Eugene and Stanley Jerome try to break into show biz as comedy writers while their parents' marriage ends. When the boys' material is broadcast on radio, the family hears their private life played for laughs.

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Eugene and Stanley Jerome try to break into show biz as comedy writers while their parents' marriage ends. When the boys' material is broadcast on radio, the family hears their private life played for laughs.

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Jonathan Silverman played Eugene Morris Jerome in the Broadway production of "Broadway Bound" and also in the film Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986). Alternatively, Silverman plays Eugene's brother, Stanley Jerome, in this tele-film. Matthew Broderick, who originated the role on Broadway in "Brighton Beach Memoirs," and won a Tony for it, played Eugene in Biloxi Blues (1988), while Corey Parker portrayed Eugene in this tele-movie. Parker was the third actor to play the character in films and TV and the first on television. Also, Parker played Arnold Epstein, an Army buddy of Eugene's, alongside Broderick in Biloxi Blues (1988). See more »

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Follows Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986) See more »

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A stellar performance by the entire cast!
10 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This IS one movie that deserved to be on the BIG screen first, Everyone in this should have received an EMMY at the least. Cronyn and Silverman especially took me by surprise.The set design was another magnificent point in this film. Everything including the costumes was typical of Brooklyn in the late forties. Neil Simon really came up with a superb screenplay here. Everyone who enjoys Neil Simon's plays SHOULD own a copy of this. I know of only one thing that could made this better but I doubt using the same set as that of Brighton Beach Memoirs was possible. Overall, this movie should be in the stores AGAIN.I also noticed the outstanding stereo soundtrack. This alone rivaled many films shown in theaters.


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