[12] Furthermore, he missed the audition due to his appearance with First Lady Hillary Clinton and musician Sheryl Crow on the USO tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina,[13] but Columbus waited for him to return to allow him to audition and, although Sinbad felt he had "messed" it up, he was given the part. Digital Film Group, digital compositor: VIFX (as Jennifer Howard), digital compositor: VIFX (as Chris Ivins), computer graphics animator: VisionArt Design & Animation, rotoscoping: Digital Film Works Inc. (as Chris Leone), lead digital compositor: pP.O.P. The site's critical consensus reads, "Arnold Schwarzenegger tries his best, but Jingle All the Way suffers from an uneven tone, shifting wildly from a would-be satire on materialism to an antic, slapstick yuk-fest. The ensuing fight between Howard and Myron results in the diner's phone getting damaged, forcing Howard and Myron to race to the radio station on foot, where the DJ tells them that the competition was actually for a Turbo-Man gift certificate. FANDOM. "[30], At the 1996 Stinkers Bad Movie Awards, the film was nominated for three awards: Worst Actor (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Worst Supporting Actress (Rita Wilson), and Most Painfully Unfunny Comedy. CG animator: Visionart Design and Animation Inc. director of technology: VisionArt (uncredited), visual effects producer: MetroLight Studios (uncredited), video technician: VIFX/Video Image (uncredited), executive in charge of production: MetroLight Studios (uncredited), executive producer of digital imaging (uncredited), visual effects executive producer: MetroLight Studios (uncredited), production coordinator: VIFX (uncredited), stunt double: Arnold Schwarzenegger (uncredited), additional stunt double: Arnold Schwarzenegger (uncredited), second assistant camera: "b" camera, Minnesota, second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Don Duffield), additional first assistant camera: second unit, gaffer: second unit (as Jerry M. Marlett), camera loader: second unit (as John Aloysius McEveety), electrician: Minnesota, second unit (as Tim O'Connor), gaffer: Minnesota second unit (as Richard D. Oakes), second assistant camera: second unit (as Mary Stankiewicz), electrician: second unit (as Frank D. Tobin), aerial first assistant camera (uncredited), aerial assistant camera: aerial unit (uncredited), aerial director of photography (uncredited) / camera operator: "a" camera, second unit (uncredited) / camera operator: second unit (uncredited), executive in charge of casting (uncredited), specialty costume designer: cannom creations inc. (as Linda Benevente Notaro). 126,746 Pages. Files are compatible with Silhouette Studio, Cricut Design Space, Scan N Cut, and Adobe Illustrator.

Exhausted at his failure and out of fuel, Howard goes to Mickey's Diner and calls home, intending to tell his wife the truth.

One of the kids in the Turbo-Man commercial is Spencer Klein, otherwise known as. Levant said "The story that was important to me was between the father and son ... it's a story about love, and a father's journey to deliver it in the form of a Turbo Man doll. Hurrah. [29][30] In December of the following year, the Family Fun Edition was released on Blu-ray Disc. Official Sites

Columbus dismissed this notion, stating that with only roughly 200,000 Turbo-Man toys being made, the merchandising was far less than the year's other releases, such as Space Jam and 101 Dalmatians. Digital Film Group. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.

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