Blast from the Past quotes

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Adam Weber is the child of an eccentric inventor and his wife. Following a bomb scare in the 1960s that locked the Webers in their bomb shelter for 35 years, Adam Weber must venture out into Los Angeles and obtain food and supplies for his family. He meets Eve, who reluctantly agrees to help him out.

Director: Hugh Wilson
Writer: Bill Kelly (story), Bill Kelly (screenplay), Hugh Wilson (screenplay)
Production: New Line Cinema
Year: 1999
MetaScore: 48/100
ImdbRating: 6.6
BoxOffice: $26,511,114
Released: 12 Feb 1999
Awards: 1 nomination.


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Cast

Helen - Sissy Spacek
Troy - Dave Foley
Soda Jerk - Joey Slotnick
Adam age 3½ - Hayden Tank
Adam age 11 - Douglas Smith
Adam age 8 - Ryan Sparks
Jerry - Don Yesso
Young Psycho - Scott Thomson
Navy Pilot - Ted Kairys
Dave - Rex Linn
Betty - Cynthia Mace
Harold - Steve Bean
Woman Guest #1 - Ann Ryerson
Atkinson - John Roselius
Workman #1 - William Duffy
Workman #2 - Billy Stevenson
Realtor - J. Bruce Eckert
Woman Buyer - Karen Geraghty
Streetwalker - Jazzmun
Drunken Hag - Hannah Kozak
Pakistani - Dori Mizrahi
Bystander #1 - Fred Pierce
Mother - Julie Zelman
Old Jewish Man - Monty Ash
Bakery Clerk - Sheila Shaw
Japanese Produce Clerk - Michael Hagiwara
Butcher - Todd Susman
Hotel Registration Clerk - Rosalee Mayeux
Bellboy - Danny Zorn
Hotel Desk Clerk - Rod Britt
Marine Manager - Robb Skyler
Sophie - Carmen More
Miss Sweet - Deborah Kellner
Dr. Aron - Jenifer Lewis
Mr. Brown - Brian Blondell
Postal Worker - Sonya Eddy
Woman Guest #2 - Mary Portser
Bystander #2 - Hubert Hodgin
Low Rider - Gary Cruz
Bogart DJ - Robert Sacchi
Drunken Club Goer - Grant Baciocco
Bartender - Stephen Blackehart
1940's Dancer - Erick Carrillo
1940's Dancer - Gina-Raye Carter
Ralph Kramden - Jackie Gleason
Self (Reveals Existence of Cuban Missiles) - John F. Kennedy
Self (Shakes Fist at the U.N.) - Nikita Khrushchev
Cute Girl - Katie MacIntosh
Paul McCartney - Paul McMichael
Startled Pervert - Eddie Moore
Man in the Bus - Brant von Hoffman