Winnipeg Free Press
March 1, 1986
Ingenuity, as well you know, never lets up in Hollywood or its environs.
Down and Out in Beverly Hills â€” about a wealthy hanger-maker with a wife, a daughter, a son, a dog and a free-loading bum â€” has done well in moviehouses since it opened a few weeks ago. Already, the three U.S. networks are fighting to acquire the rights for a sitcom.
We doubt very much that Bette Midler or Mike The Dog would want to do a series but money does talk.