Bob Ho, a Chinese spy working with the CIA to stop a man named Poldark. He’s been posing as an importer and has been dating his neighbor, Gillian, a single mother with 3 children. When Bob captures Poldark, he retires from the spy game. He wants to make a commitment to Gillian but her children are not exactly warming up to him. When Gillian has to go out of town Bob offers to take care of the kids while she’s away, which proves to be no easy task. At the same time, Poldark somehow escapes. It’s apparent that some in the Agency helped him. At the same time Colton one of Bob’s associates at the CIA asks him to look at something that Poldark had on him that appears to encrypted, hoping he can crack it.When the children break into his home to see what they can find out about him, they find the file and download it. And when they try to open it, Poldark tracks it down and sends his people to take care of Ho. Bob manages to deal with them and then takes the children and goes on the run. —IMDb
Date of Birth: August 6, 1952. Hailing from Chicago, Levant got started as a story editor after graduating from the University of Mexico. After joining the writing staff in 1977 for the popular series Happy Days, Levant went on to produce sitcoms like Mork & Mindy and The Bad News Bears.
He returned to produce Happy Days in 1982 and stayed on for the last two seasons. In 1985 he decided to try and revive the popular show, Leave it to Beaver, and wrote the telefilm, Still the Beaver. The movie was a hit and a new series was created in which he executive produced.
Levant took the director’s chair for the first time in the early ’90s, directing the comedy Problem Child 2 (1991). Although the film went straight to video, he returned to the idea, producing the televised Problem Child 3 film in 1995. His success as a director took leaps and bounds when he released Beethoven (1992) in 1992. The film fared well at the box office and inspired three sequels.
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