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{{Infobox film
| name = Delirious
| image = Delirious john candy movie.jpg
| caption= The movie cover for = ''Delirious''Theatrical Poster".
| writer=Fred Freeman <br> Lawrence J. Cohen
| starring = [[John Candy]]<br> [[Mariel Hemingway]]<br> [[Emma Samms]]<br> [[David Rasche]]<br> [[Charles Rocket]]<br> [[Dylan Walsh]]<br> [[Jerry Orbach]]<br> [[Renée Taylor]]<br> [[Raymond Burr]]
| director = [[Tom Mankiewicz]]
| music = [[Cliff Eidelman]]
| distributor = [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer]]
| released = {{Film date|1991|8|9|UK & USA}}
| runtime = 96 minutes
| country = United States
| language = English
| producer = [[Larry Cohen]] <br> Fred Freeman <br> Doug Claybourne
| budget = $18 million
| gross = $5,546,827
'''''Delirious''''' is a 1991 [[romanticfantasy comedyfilm |fantasy]] [[comedy film|comedy]] film starring [[John Candy]], [[Mariel Hemingway]], [[Emma Samms]] and [[Raymond Burr]] (in his last film role before his death) with a [[Delirious (Prince song)|title theme]] by [[Prince (musician)|Prince]]. It was releaseda incommercial 1991failure andafter wasits a commercial failurerelease. Despite this, the film received mixed reviews and holds a 44% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 9 reviews.<ref></ref>
{{Plot|date=October 2013}}
Jack Gable (Candy) is the New York City-based lead writer and producer of the [[soap opera]] "Beyond Our Dreams". Consumed by his work, he harbors an unspoken attraction to Laura Claybourne (Samms), the selfish actress playing the lead character of Rachel Hedison.
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[[Category:American comedy films]]
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