Boris and Natasha (1992)

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Loosely based on characters from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, this live-action comedy, originally made for cable, follows bumbling Pottsylvania spies Boris and Natasha on their quest to recover a special microchip. Their search forces them to travel incognito to America, and the expected comedic hijinks ensue.
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PG
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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Academy Entertainment

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Cast

Dave Thomas
as Boris Badenov
Sally Kellerman
as Natasha Fatale
Christopher Neame
as Fearless Leader
John Candy
as Kallishak
Alex Rocco
as Kaufman
Anson Downes
as Agent Mike
Paxton Whitehead
as Anton/Kregor
Arye Gross
as Bellhop
John Calvin
as Harve
Anthony Newley
as Sal Manelli
Larry Cedar
as Mr. X/Willie
Sid Haig
as Col. Gorda
Jose Eber
as Himself
Anson Downs
as Agent Mike
Linda Rae Favila
as Salon Worker
J. Jay Saunders
as Agent Dan
John Travolta
as Himself
Ursula Martin
as Psychiatrist
Rance Howard
as Polygraph Man
Leroy Sweet
as Man in Pretzel Line
Marius Mazmanian
as Pretzel Vendor
June Foray
as Autograph Woman
David Zeil
as Moammar
Charles Martin Smith
as Hotel Clerk
John Voldstad
as Passerby
James Gleason
as Taxi Driver
Vance Colvig
as One-Eyed Man
David Kagen
as Gun Salesman
Claudia Templeton
as Sales Clerk
J. Jonah Cummings
as Microchip Narrator
Corey Burton
as Narrator
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All Critics (1)

It's at least 80 minutes too long.

Full Review… | May 19, 2008
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Audience Reviews for Boris and Natasha

½

It's slightly better than the Rocky and Bullwinkle movie, but the film still has very little funny moments. It's recommended, but only for a rental.

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½

Another rare one. It's the Rocky and Bullwinkle movie. Dave Thomas plays Boris, and Sally Kellerman plays Natasha. They move to the US and try to assume a 'normal' opinion of their new friends, while still undercover spies. This movie is hilarious.

Steve Allister Fraiden
Steve Allister Fraiden

[img]http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b76/Linko05/MoviesB/BorisAndNatasha.jpg[/img][b] Boris and Natasha (1992) [/b]This was a childhood favorite of mine for just a few years. I had it on VHS recorded off of HBO and watched it a few times, but one day it just disappeared. I probably haven't seen this in 12 or 13 years but I loved it at the time. I always assumed it was too obsure to get a DVD release but it turns out it was released back in 1999, and though it has been out of print for years, it's relatively cheap and easy to find. I decided to buy a cheap used copy of this and I watched it again recently. Looking back it's nowhere near as good as I remembered, but I will always get some laughs from some of the highly quotable lines from this movie.

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