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Format
DVD
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
01/27/2004
Studio
Paramount
Rating
PG13

A dysfunctional family reunites during the Apollo XI moon landing in this drama starring real-life couple Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen. In 1969, eccentric teacher Washington Bellamy (Danson) turns the arrival of men on the moon into a science project for his son Andy (Ryan Todd). They drive across the country to Idaho's Spires of the Moon National Park, where the odometer of Washington's classic Pontiac Chief will read 238,857, the exact mileage traveled by Apollo XI. Left behind is wife and mother Katherine (Steenburgen), an agoraphobic who never recovered emotionally from a miscarriage seven years earlier. On the road, Washington and Andy encounter a Native American soldier (Eric Schweig), a flirty barfly (Cathy Moriarty) and Washington's long-lost brother (Max Gail). Back home, Katherine nervously ventures outside to follow her family. When Washington's car breaks down, he steals a new engine, bringing the authorities after him and leading to a rendezvous at the park between father, son, mother, and cops, as the astronauts simultaneously land on the moon. Pontiac Moon (1994) was a critical lemon for director Peter Medak, who enjoyed more success with his British crime dramas such as the Krays (1990) and Let Him Have It (1991).

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Director: Peter Medak
Producer: Ted Danson
Producer: Jeffrey Brown
Producer: Robert Schaffel
Producer: Youssef Vahabzadeh
Actor: Cathy Moriarty
Actor: Eric Schweig
Actor: Mary Steenburgen
Actor: Ryan Todd
Actor: Tamara Wilcox-Smith
Actor: Ted Danson
Actor: Don Swayze
Actor: Gene Borkan
Actor: J.C. Quinn
Actor: John Schuck
Actor: Lisa Jane Persky
Actor: Max Gail

Main Format
DVD
Language(s)
ENG, FRE
Keyword Index
Pontiac Moon | Cathy Moriarty