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|Genre/Form:||Situation comedies (Television programs)
Fiction television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bud Wiser; Martin Cohan; Blake Hunter; Bill Persky; Sam Weisman; Dawn Aldredge; Judith Bustany; John Tracy, (Television director); Robert Sternin; Prudence Fraser; Jim Drake; Monica Parker, (Actress); Ellen Guylas; Linda Day; Paul Robinson Hunter, Jr.; Richard Baer; Asaad Kelada; George F Tibbles; Harvey Medinsky; Lissa Levin; John Bowab; Michael Zinberg; Richard Sakai; Ken Cinnamon; Karen Wengrod; Michael Poryes; Tony Danza; Judith Light; Alyssa Milano; Danny Pintauro; Katherine Helmond; ELP Communications (Firm); Embassy Television (Firm); Sony Pictures (Firm); Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (Firm); et al
|Notes:||Title from container.
Originally aired on television from 1984-1985.
Special features: Brooklyn meets Connecticut; Tony Micelli: man of the house; Angela Bower: president of the corporation; Mona ... Mona ... Mona ... ; and the children ... Samantha and Jonathan; opposites attract; how will it end?
|Credits:||Creators, Blake Hunter and Martin Cohan ; director of photography, Bruce Nielsen ; editor, Marco Zappia.|
|Cast:||Tony Danza, Judith Light, Alyssa Milano, Danny Pintauro, Katherine Helmond.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||3 videodiscs (454 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital.|
|Contents:||disc 1: Pilot / directed by Bill Persky ; written by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter --
Briefless encounter / written by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter ; directed by Sam Weisman --
Dinner for two / written by Bud Wiser ; directed by Sam Weisman --
Sorority sister / written by Dawn Aldredge and Judith Bustany ; directed by John Tracy --
Angela's first fight / written by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser ; directed by Jim Drake --
Truth in dating / teleplay by Bud Wiser ; story by Monica Parker ; directed by Jim Drake --
Mona gets pinned / written by Ellen Guylas ; directed by Jim Drake --
A rash decision / written by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser ; directed by Linda Day --
Samantha's growing up / written by Paul Robinson Hunter ; directed by Linda Day --
Special features (featurettes): Brooklyn meets Connecticut ; Tony Micelli : man of the house ; Angela Bower : president of the corporation ; Mona--
Mona ; And the children--
Samantha and Jonathan ; Opposites attract ; How will it end? disc 2: Sports buddies / teleplay by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser ; story by Richard Baer ; directed by Asaad Kelada --
Protecting the president / teleplay by Ellen Guylas ; story by George Tibbles ; directed by Harvey Medlinsky --
Paint your wagon / written by Lissa Levin ; directed by Jim Drake --
Requiem / teleplay by Paul Robinson Hunter and Robert Sternin & Prudence Fraser ; story by Blake Hunter and Martin Cohan ; directed by Asaad Kelada --
Guess who's coming forever / written by Bud Wiser ; directed by John Bowab --
Angela's ex part I ; part II / written by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser ; directed by Linda Day --
Eye on Angela / written by Ellen Guylas ; directed by John Bowab --
Double date / written by Bud Wiser ; directed by Michael Zinberg. disc 3: Tony's father-in-law / written by Ellen Guylas ; directed by Richard Sakai --
Just like Tony / written by Ken Cinnamon & Karen Wengrod ; directed by Asaad Kelada --
Keeping up with the Marcis / written by Michael Poryes ; directed by Asaad Kelada --
First kiss / teleplay by Robert Sternin & Prudence Fraser and Ellen Guylas ; story by Bud Wiser ; directed by Asaad Kelada.
|Other Titles:||Who's the boss? (Television program : 1984-1993)|
|Responsibility:||ELP Communications ; Embassy Television ; Sony Pictures Television ; producer, Bud Wiser ; writers, Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter ... [et al.] ; directed by Asaad Kelada ... [et al.].|
"Tony Micelli is a former professional baseball player, who along with his preteen daughter moves into advertising executive Angela Bower's house to be both housekeeper and father figure to Angela's young son. But Tony and Angela soon discover their chemistry collides with their professional relationship, further complicated by well-timed, biting commentary from Angela's eccentric mom"--Container.