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Opportunity Knocks

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1990
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101 min
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Opportunity Knocks, On Demand Movie, Comedy

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Plot: Dana Carvey stars in Opportunity Knocks, a hilarious comedy about a down-on-his-luck con man who stumbles onto the greatest scam of his career. On the run from an angry gangster, small-time con artist Eddie Farrell (Dana Carvey) and his bumbling partner, Lou, break into a luxurious suburban Chicago home. When the owner's parents, Milt and Mona, mistake him for the housesitter, Eddie quickly scrambles and ends up impersonating an Ivy League financial whiz. Soon, he finds himself Vice President at Milt's company and wooing his beautiful daughter (Julia Campbell). However, there is one hitch in this con that Eddie didn't bank on: falling in love.
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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