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Big Business is a 1988 American comedy film farce starring Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin (each playing two roles). It was produced by Touchstone Pictures, with the plot loosely based on The Comedy of Errors (1589–1594) by William Shakespeare.
The film co-stars Fred Ward, Edward Herrmann and includes many guest roles including Joe Grifasi and Seth Green. Michael Gross' sister plays a small role.
The movie revolves around two sets of identical female twins who were mismatched at birth, with one ending in a wealthy urban family (the Sheltons) and the other in a poor rural family (the Ratliffs).
Prologue: Sometime in the late 1940s Mr. and Mrs. Shelton get lost in the middle of West Virginia looking for some friends' summer house, but Mrs. Shelton goes into labor and they stop at the Ratliffs' asking for directions for the nearest hospital. They end up going to the Jupiter Hollow Hospital but the doctor will not check them in because it is exclusively for employees of Hollowmade, the local furniture maker. Mr. Shelton buys the company on the spot. The Ratliffs arrive moments later with Mrs. Ratliff also in labor. The doctor tends both births at the same time, and the elderly nurse gets