Strange Case Of Senor Computer, The

World Artists   (1999) / Region 1
Strange Case Of Senor Computer, The

Sign In to hide.

Free Shipping
Orders of $25.00 or more will be shipped our Standard Shipping option and the shipping is completely FREE. Learn more


Customers Who Bought This Product Also Bought

"Strange indeed... genuine sophistication... sustains a quirky appeal." -Dave Kehr, New York Times

The Strange Case Of Senor Computer explores the quirky, complex relationship between Charles (Rick Ziegler), an antisocial, repressed, alcoholic, virginal computer scientist, and the robot he has created, who calls Charles "Father" and offers him advice on his troubled love life. The robot narrates the film.

Charles hopes that his artificial-intelligence robot will be able to compute highly complex problems; however, as luck would have it, the robot's "brain" goes comatose when faced with such calculations. Charles increasingly ignores the robot, viewing him as a failed experiment. Bored and lonely, the robot misses Father, but he finds a friend in Charles' housekeeper, Carlotta, who dubs him "Senor Computer" and nurtures him as she would a child. Ike (the name the computer chooses for himself) learns about humanity through Carlotta's example and television.

Before long, Ike throws himself headlong into the joys and tribulations of credit cards, mail order, 900 numbers, and women. A la Cyrano de Bergerac, Ike tries to use his new knowledge to help Father get a life... with comic and tragic results for everyone concerned.


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Added Jun 05 2001
  • Production Year 1999
  • Empire SKU 31357
  • UPC Code 723339114094
  • Studio  World Artists
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-SL


Director's Commentary & Conversation with Noted Independent Producer Henry S. Rosenthal
The General Motors Industrial Short Leave It To Roll-Oh (1940)
50s Robot Movie Memorabilia Archive
Scene Selection


  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W



  • Tom Sawyer
  • Darlene Ford
  • Adrienne Cox
  • Frenchy O'Brien



Review "Strange Case Of Senor Computer"

Film Rating
(Slide to Set Rating)


Alias is displayed publicly
All submitted comments become the sole property of DVD Empire. DVD Empire reserves the right to not post this comment for any reason.
   or     Cancel

Reviews for "Strange Case Of Senor Computer"