Cocoon: The Return Trailer

Cocoon: The Return Trailer (1988)

"This holiday season, journey to the most wonderful place in the universe... home." 13 September 1988 Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi 116 mins

The old age pensioners that left at the end of the first film come back to earth to visit their relatives. Will they all decide to go back to the planet where no-one grows old, or will they be tempted to stay back on earth, or will they?

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Cast

Don Ameche

as Arthur 'Art' Selwyn

Wilford Brimley

as Benjamin 'Ben' Luckett

Hume Cronyn

as Joseph 'Joe' Finley

Jack Gilford

as Bernard 'Bernie' Lefkowitz

Steve Guttenberg

as Jack Bonner

Maureen Stapleton

as Marilyn 'Mary' Luckett

Elaine Stritch

as Ruby Feinberg

Jessica Tandy

as Alma Finley

Gwen Verdon

as Bess McCarthy Selwyn

Crew

David Brown

David Brown Producer

James Horner

Original Music Composer

Tak Fujimoto

Tak Fujimoto Director of Photography

International Titles

コクーン2 遥かなる地球 Trailer

Кокон 2 - Возвращение Trailer

Кокон 2 Возвращение Trailer

Cocoon: Återkomsten Trailer

Cocoon - The Return Trailer

Cocoon 2 Trailer

Cocoon II: The Return Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 03 August 1989

France 03 May 1989

Greece 13 September 1988

Sweden 22 December 2009

United States 23 November 1988

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