This Day in Movie History – February 11th, 2000 – “Snow Day” Released in Theaters

A comedy film about young students wanting to keep their “Snow Day” going was released on this day in movie history.


Courtesy: Paramount / Nickelodeon

“Snow Day” was first released in theaters in the United States on February 11th, 2000. Distributed by Paramount as a Nickelodeon production, the film stars Chevy Chase, Jean Smart, Chris Elliot and Schuyler Fisk.

In the film, it’s a snow day for the students of a school in New York state. But, these students want to keep the snow day going by stopping the efforts of the snow plow man (Elliot). Meanwhile, one TV weatherman (Chase) fights to continue his career.

The film is rated PG. It did make over $60 million on a budget of just $13 million. It has since been released on DVD.


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