The Jerk, Too

The Jerk, Too is a 1984 American made-for-television comedy film starring Mark Blankfield which is a sequel to the 1979 Steve Martin film The Jerk.[1]

The Jerk, Too
Written bySteve Martin (characters)
Carl Gottlieb (characters)
Ziggy Steinberg
Rocco Urbisci
Directed byMichael Schultz
StarringMark Blankfield
Stacey Nelkin
Ray Walston
Music byFrank Denson
Phil Galdston
John Sebastian
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Executive producer(s)Steve Martin
Producer(s)Ziggy Steinberg
George E. Crosby (associate producer)
CinematographyJoseph F. Biroc
Editor(s)Jack Gleason
Harry Keramidas
Running time95 minutes
Production company(s)40 Share Productions, Inc.
Universal Television
Original networkNBC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatMono
Original releaseJanuary 6, 1984

The Jerk, Too was produced, but not written, by Steve Martin.[2]


Navin Johnson sets out to attend the wedding of Marie, his pen pal in California, but runs into a gang of hobos, led by a schemer named Diesel. Diesel discovers Navin's skill at playing poker and takes Navin to Las Vegas where they win enough to travel to Los Angeles in style.



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