Mannequin Two: On the Move

Mannequin Two: On the Move

Original film poster
Directed by Stewart Raffill
Produced by Edward Rugoff
Written by Edward Rugoff
Michael Gottlieb
David Isaacs
Ken Levine
Betsy Israel
Music by David McHugh
Cinematography Larry Pizer
Edited by Joan E. Chapman
John Rosenman
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • May 17, 1991 (1991-05-17)
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $13,000,000 (estimated)
Box office $3.8 million

Mannequin Two: On the Move is a 1991 romantic comedy film and a sequel to the 1987 film Mannequin. 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 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.


A thousand years ago in the kingdom of Hauptmann-Koenig, Prince William (William Ragsdale) wants to marry his beloved Jessie (Kristy Swanson), a peasant girl. But his mother does not approve and has an evil sorcerer (Terry Kiser) trick the Prince into putting a necklace on Jessie, which turns her into a wooden icon for 1000 years (or until she finds true love in a foreign land).

A thousand years later, Jason Williamson (Ragsdale) is hired to work in Prince & Company's visual display department, which is headed by flamboyant window dresser Hollywood Montrose (Meshach Taylor). As a tribute to Hauptmann-Koenig, the Enchanted Peasant Girl is being sent to Prince & Company for a window display. Jason removes the necklace, which awakens Jessie. She believes he is Prince William until he convinces her a thousand years have passed and he is not the Prince (although Jason and his mother mention his family history, leading the audience to believe that Jason is the descendant of the Prince).

The sorcerer's descendant, Count Gunther Spretzle, arrived with the Enchanted Peasant Girl. He plans to take Jessie when she awakens (along with her necklace) and hop a flight for Bermuda. Jason (with help from Hollywood) is the only one who can stop him.

Main cast

Actor Role
Kristy Swanson Jessie
William Ragsdale Jason Williamson/Prince William
Meshach Taylor Hollywood Montrose/Doorman
Terry Kiser Count Gunther Spretzle/Sorcerer
Stuart Pankin Mr. James
Cynthia Harris Mrs. Williamson/Queen
Andrew Hill Newman Andy Ackerman


Track list: Mannequin Two: On the Move [1]
Title: Performed by: Produced by: Courtesy of: Composed by:
"Do It For Love" Gene Miller Phil Galdston
John Van Tongeren
John Van Tongeren
Phil Galdston
"Wake Up" Gene Miller Phil Galdston
John Van Tongeren
John Van Tongeren
Phil Galdston
"Can't Believe My Eyes" Gene Miller Jon Lind John Bettis
Jon Lind
"Pick Up The Pieces (To My Heart)" Cindy Valentine Tony Green
for TGO Records, Ltd.
Arista Records, Inc. Cindy Valentine
Tony Green
"Casa De Coati" Meshach Taylor
Coati Mundi
Coati Mundi Coati Mundi
"The Sea Hawk" Erich Wolfgang Korngold
"Feel The Way I Do" Shoes Shoes Black Vinyl Records John Murphy
"That Love Thang" E.I.E.I.O. Phil Bonanno & E.I.E.I.O. Frontier Records Richard Szeluga
David Kendrick
"Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" Starship Narada Michael Walden RCA Records Albert Hammond
Diane Warren


Mannequin Two: On the Move received negative reviews from critics and unlike its predecessor, it was not a box office success, grossing just less than $4 million against its $13 million budget. It currently holds a 13% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

DVD-Blu ray

Mannequin Two: On the Move was released to DVD on January 11, 2011 by MGM Home Video as part of a double billed two-disc set with the first Mannequin as the first disc. Mannequin Two: On the Move came out on blu ray September 22, 2015


  1. "Soundtracks for". Mannequin: On the Move. Internet Movie Database. 1991. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
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