James Orr

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A successful low-budget director, James R. Orr first made a splash in 1985 with Breaking All the Rules, a clone of Porky's (oddly enough, an exploitation film also made in Canada) for New Worl Pictures, sparked by a good performance by Carolyn Dunn as part of a group of teenagers romping around an amusement park. Since then, he has moved on to bigger budgets and better casts, and become part of the Disney stable, having made Young Harry Houdini (1987) for the company's television division, starring Wil Wheaton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), and the moderately successful fantasy Mr. Destiny (1990), a theatrical film starring Jim Belushi and Linda Hamilton.

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No Score Yet Cannubi: A Vineyard Kissed by God Director 2013
No Score Yet My Future Boyfriend Screenwriter Executive Producer 2011
No Score Yet Cigars: The Heart and Soul of Cuba Screenwriter Director 2011
No Score Yet The Night Before the Night Before Christmas Director Executive Producer Screenwriter 2010
0% Christmas in Wonderland Director 2007
48% Father of the Bride: Part II Producer 1995
8% It Takes Two Producer 1995
14% Man of the House Screenwriter Director 1995
7% Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit Screenwriter 1993
70% Father of the Bride Screenwriter Executive Producer 1991
38% Mr. Destiny Producer Director Screenwriter 1990
No Score Yet 14 Going on 30 Executive Producer 1988
74% Three Men and a Baby (3 Men and a Baby) Screenwriter 1987
No Score Yet They Still Call Me Bruce Actor Producer Screenwriter Director 1987
57% Tough Guys Screenwriter 1986
No Score Yet Witchfire Screenwriter Producer 1986
No Score Yet Breaking All the Rules Screenwriter Director 1985

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