Camp Cucamonga (also titled: How I Spent My Summer and Lights Out) is a made-for-television movie that was first aired on NBC on September 23, 1990. The family film served primarily as a vehicle to cast a variety of stars from popular TV series of the era, including John Ratzenberger (Cheers), Brian Robbins (Head of the Class), Chad Allen (My Two Dads), Candace Cameron (Full House), Josh Saviano and Danica McKellar (both of The Wonder Years), Jaleel White (Family Matters), Dorothy Lyman (Mama's Family) and Sherman Hemsley (Amen). The film is also notable for including an early starring role for Jennifer Aniston before she became particularly well known, as well as a supporting role for Breckin Meyer and the comedy acting debut of G. Gordon Liddy.


You can see "Camp Cucamonga" on the VOD website: any
"Camp Cucamonga" is movie produced at 1990. See what information about this film we collected at our service. You can also check other movies in the same genres by click at genre name. If you are interests movies released at 1990 you can click at year. You can also check other movies with the same cas or with the same writer and director. This is very simple, just click at the name. You can also find posters, still photos and trailers connected whith this production.
Do you enjoy watching movies, but you do not know which movie to choose and where can you view it? Movs.io will help you find videos especially for you. In addition, you'll be able to check if the video is available on your favorite Video On Demand site (VOD)
Our movie search engine will help you find films from specific genres, year of production, with your favorite actor, directed by a specific person.