Twin Sitters

Twin Sitters is a 1994 American family-oriented comedy film directed and written by John Paragon and starring Peter Paul, David Paul and Christian and Joseph Cousins. The plot concerns twin bodybuilders who protect twin child pranksters left by a corrupt uncle in their care.

Twin Sitters
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Promotional poster
Directed byJohn Paragon
Produced byChristopher Pearce
John Thompson (IV)
Yoram Pelman
David Paul
Peter Paul
Written byScreenplay:
John Paragon
StarringPeter Paul
David Paul
Christian Cousins
Joseph Cousins
Music byPaul Sabu
CinematographyJohn Hartigan
Edited bySebastian Serrell
Watts Gerard Jakubowicz
Distributed by- Worldwide -
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Release date
  • October 1994 (1994-10) (Italy)
  • 12 December 1995 (1995-12-12) (U.S. video)
Running time
93 minutes


Peter and David Falcone are twin waiters who want nothing more than to open their own restaurant, but are unable to get a loan. Frank Hillhurst is a corrupt businessman who has decided to give state's evidence, but his former right-hand man has threatened to kill Hillhurst and his nephews if he testifies. After the Falcone brothers save Hillhurst's life, he hires them to protect his young nephews, paying them more than they have ever made in their life. Hillhurst soon departs with Federal agents, leaving Peter and David with a pair of massively mischievous ten-year-old boys with a double mean streak.[2]



  1. "At War with the Weights" by Paul Sabu
  2. "Shut Up" by Peter Paul & David Paul
  3. "Watcha Lookin' At" by Peter Paul & David Paul
  4. "The Babysitters" by Paul Sabu
  5. "I Ride My Harley" by Peter Paul & David Paul
  6. "Brothers Forever" by Paul Sabu


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