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Prince of Bel Air (1986)

A free-spirited, womanizing L.A. pool cleaner (Mark Harmon) finds his lifestyle challenged by a new love interest (Kirstie Alley). Robert Vaughn also appears as Alley's uncle.

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Robin Prince
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Jamie Harrison
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Stanley Auerbach
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Justin
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Larry Kampion (as Bartley Braverman)
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Carol Kampion
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Kelli
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Steve Cooper
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Michael Jacobs
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Brad Griffin
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Sandi
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Stacy
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Willard
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Darryl
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Anne White
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A free-spirited, womanizing L.A. pool cleaner (Mark Harmon) finds his lifestyle challenged by a new love interest (Kirstie Alley). Robert Vaughn also appears as Alley's uncle.

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20 January 1986 (USA)  »

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Barbara Crampton and Leslie Winston are topless together. This is not the first time that Barbara Crampton has been topless with another woman as she earlier was topless with Kathleen Kinmont in Fraternity Vacation. See more »

Soundtracks

LONELY MAN
Written by Billy Sherwood and Guy Allison
Performed by Lodgic
Courtesy of A&M Records
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Worth Renting
6 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

Made for TV, this movie was good enough to get released as a video as well. I think it, along with "Thief of Hearts" are 2 movies that come to mind as being good representatives of life in California in the early 80s -- for the "cool" people anyway. You'll enjoy this movie if you watch it without too-high expectations. The movie has no real message, but does make some points about relationships. I liked the relationship the protagonist, played by Mark Harmon, had with the waitress, or rather, the relationship she had with him. She knew he was "too good" for her to be in a full-time relationship with but she was willing to let him use her sexually (not in a mean way) just to have a piece of his time. And she never complained, nor was she surprised, when he walked away. Such is real life.


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