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My Stepmother Is An Alien VHS Video (1988) CVR21660

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Product Type: VHS Video
Cat No: CVR21660
Distributor / Studio: RCA Columbia Pictures, Weintraub
Type: Sell Through / Retail
Case / Box Size: Small Box
Video Format: PAL
Version / Condition Notes: None

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My Stepmother Is An Alien VHS Video (1988) CVR21660

My Stepmother Is An Alien VHS Video (1988) CVR21660

Cat No: CVR21660
Distributor / Studio: RCA Columbia Pictures, Weintraub
Type: Sell Through / Retail
Case / Box Size: Small Box
Video Format: PAL
Version / Condition Notes: None

Director: Richard Benjamin
Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Kim Basinger, Alyson Hannigan

Plot Summary: Trying to rescue her home planet from destruction, a gorgeous extraterrestrial named Celeste (Kim Basinger) arrives on Earth and begins her scientific research. She woos quirky scientist Dr. Steve Mills (Dan Aykroyd), a widower with a young daughter (Alyson Hannigan). Before long, Celeste finds herself in love with Steve and her new life on Earth, where she experiences true intimacy for the first time. But when she loses sight of her mission, she begins to question where she belongs.