So I Married an Axe Murderer

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So I Married an Axe Murderer is a 1993 American romantic black comedy film, directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Mike Myers and Nancy Travis.wikipedia
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Nancy Travis

So I Married an Axe Murderer is a 1993 American romantic black comedy film, directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Mike Myers and Nancy Travis.
Travis has starred in many films, including Internal Affairs (1990), Air America (1990), Passed Away (1992), Chaplin (1992), So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993), Greedy (1994), and Fluke (1995).

Mike Myers

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So I Married an Axe Murderer is a 1993 American romantic black comedy film, directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Mike Myers and Nancy Travis.
It was among the most successful films of the year and was followed in 1993 by Wayne's World 2; Myers starred in So I Married an Axe Murderer the same year.

Michael Richards

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.
His film credits include So I Married an Axe Murderer, Airheads, Young Doctors in Love, Problem Child, Coneheads, UHF, and Trial and Error, one of his few starring roles.

Anthony LaPaglia

Anthony La Paglia
He starred alongside Danny Aiello and Lainie Kazan in 29th Street, a fact-based comedy/bio-pic, as the first New York State Lottery winner, Frank Pesce, Jr. This was followed by roles in the vampire/Mafia story Innocent Blood (1992), the comedy thriller So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993), the legal thriller The Client (1994), and the comedy Empire Records in 1995.

Kelvin Han Yee

Kelvin Han Yee is an American actor who has appeared in numerous films such as Destroyer (as Lt. Oshima), Faith Under Fire (as Harlon Moline), Milk (as Gordon Lau), Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (as Vietnamese Crime Boss), Lucky You (as Chico Banh), The Island (as a Censor), So I Married an Axe Murderer (as Master Cho), Answers to Nothing (as an EMT), Sweet November (as Burly Man), Patch Adams, Life Tastes Good (as Max), Clint Eastwood's True Crime (as Zachary Platt), A Great Wall (as Paul Fang, the film was also the first American Feature Film to be shot in the People's Republic of China by MGM).

Thomas Schlamme

Tommy Schlamme
So I Married an Axe Murderer is a 1993 American romantic black comedy film, directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Mike Myers and Nancy Travis.
Schlamme made his directing debut with Miss Firecracker in 1989, and later directed the 1993 comedy film So I Married an Axe Murderer, starring Mike Myers.

Brenda Fricker

In 1993, she portrayed May Mackenzie, the Weekly World News-obsessed Scottish mother of Mike Myers' Charlie Mackenzie, in So I Married an Axe Murderer, and then portrayed Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character's motherly caretaker Maggie in the 1994 family comedy Angels in the Outfield.

Matt Doherty (actor)

Matt Doherty
He is best known for playing the roles of Lester Averman in The Mighty Ducks trilogy (although in D1 he is referred to as Dave Averman) and William "Heed" MacKenzie in So I Married An Axe Murderer.

Phil Hartman

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.
Other films included Greedy, Coneheads, Sgt. Bilko, So I Married an Axe Murderer, CB4, Jingle All the Way, Kiki's Delivery Service, and Small Soldiers, the last of which was his final theatrically released film.

Neil Mullarkey

He extensively rewrote the script with writer Neil Mullarkey, an old friend from Britain.
(He also appeared again in Goldmember and helped Mike Myers with uncredited rewrites of So I Married An Axe Murderer ).

Debi Mazar

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.

Steven Wright

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.

Alan Arkin

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.

Beat Generation

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Charlie MacKenzie is a popular, local beat poet living in San Francisco who makes his frequent break-ups the subject of his poems.

Charles Grodin

The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.

Toad the Wet Sprocket

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In 1993, the Mike Myers feature film So I Married an Axe Murderer included the song "Brother" on its soundtrack.

There She Goes (The La's song)

There She GoesThere She Goes" (The La's song)
It has appeared on several film soundtracks, including The Parent Trap; Fever Pitch; Girl, Interrupted; Cold Case and So I Married an Axe Murderer (where both the original and The Boo Radleys version appear).

Mike Hagerty

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The film also features cameos by Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Michael Richards, Mike Hagerty, Debi Mazar, Steven Wright, and Alan Arkin, the latter appearing uncredited as Tony's sensitive boss.

The Boo Radleys

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The Boo Radleys also appear on the original motion picture soundtrack to the 1993 film So I Married An Axe Murderer with their cover of The La's song "There She Goes".

Dunsmuir House

Dunsmuir House and Gardens
The final scenes are set at Dunsmuir House in the East Oakland foothills.

Palace of Fine Arts

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Set in San Francisco, California, the film features many famous sights and neighborhoods of the Golden State metropolis, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts and Alcatraz.
It also served as the backdrop for set pieces in So I Married An Axe Murderer (1993) and The Rock (1996).

Ned's Atomic Dustbin

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The Neds' cover version of the Bay City Rollers song "Saturday Night" features in the movie So I Married an Axe Murderer.