Mannequin: On the Move is a 1991 romantic comedy film and a partial sequel to the 1987 film Mannequin. Although the film is labelled and referred to as a sequel of Mannequin, this film has very few references to the original film and instead its central plot is almost identical to its predecessor. The film stars Kristy Swanson as a mannequin who was frozen one thousand years ago by an evil sorcerer using a magic necklace. She remains frozen until the necklace is removed and can stay permanently unfrozen if she receives a kiss from her true love.
The film was released in the United States as Mannequin Two: On the Move, while in Ireland, it was released as Mannequin on the Move. The original film's theme song "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" by Starship, written by Diane Warren and Albert Hammond, was featured in this film. The original music score was composed by David McHugh. The film's tagline is: "A lively comedy about a living doll." This movie was released along with the original in a double-feature DVD in April 2008.
|William Ragsdale||Jason Williamson/Prince William|
|Meshach Taylor||Hollywood Montrose/Doorman|
|Terry Kiser||Count Gunther Spretzle/Sorcerer|
|Stuart Pankin||Mr. James|
|Cynthia Harris||Jason's mother/Queen|
|Andrew Hill Newman||Andy Ackerman|