|MPAA Rating||PG 13|
|US Release Date||01/17/1986|
It doesn't take mutant powers to detect the possibilities.
Who's starred on 'Homeland,' who's dabbled in Christian movies, and who's disappeared.
Sing with me: Better than aaaaall the rest.
Finally, a Valentines Day movie that won't suck.
Nick Miller, Nick Miller, he's the illest of the ill.
Would you deny her a statue?
The 'Parks and Rec' lumberjack deserves all the bacon and eggs and Emmys.
He does eat honey like that year round.
She would be so blase about this if she saw it.
This trickster doesn't need magic to hold our interest.
|Stella Stevens||Actor||Nicki Dixon||1||1000007|
|Mike Nichols||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000002|
|Tom Egan||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000003|
|Michael Schroeder||Assistant Director||n/a||163||5000001|
|Robby Muller||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Joseph Altadonna||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Bob Schulenberg||Set Decorator||n/a||165||9000002|
|Sandra Culotta||Costume Designer||n/a||169||13000001|
|Anthony Milch||Sound Editor||sound editor supervisor||229||14000002|
School's out for these morally and ethically corrupt teachers in pop culture history. From 'The Simpsons' instructor Mrs. Krabappel to Cameron Diaz's aptly titled turn in 'Bad Teacher' to Billy Bob Thornton's other performance as someone who shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a child in 'Mr. Woodcock', here's our picks for the Worst Teachers in Movies and TV.
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