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Writer (WGA):
Paul W. Shapiro (written by)
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3 September 1993 (USA) See more »
Three young men go on an end of the summer trip to Hollywood, California. Their quest: to fulfill the fantasy of meeting Marilyn Monroe. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jason Priestley ... Roy Darpinian

Gabriel Olds ... Ned Bleuer

Jerry O'Connell ... Scott Foreman

Joe Pantoliano ... Harvey Darpinian

Steve Railsback ... Roy's Father

Kurt Fuller ... Arturo Gallo

Stephen Tobolowsky ... Antonio Gallo

Emily Warfield ... Becky O'Brien
Michael Quill ... Photographer

Leslie Wing ... Ned's Mother

Blake McIver Ewing ... 6-Year-Old Ned
Michael David Kaye ... 6-Year-Old Scott
Sean Fitzgerald ... 6-Year-Old Roy
Maggie Simman ... 6-Year-Old Becky
Elizabeth Quill ... Howdy Doody Mom
Emily Whitesell ... Howdy Doody Mom

Sean Fox ... 12-Year-Old Ned
Timothy Heath ... 12-Year-Old Scott
Kevin Smets ... 12 Year-Old Roy (as Kevin Michaels)

Irene Roseen ... Nurse

Jerry Brutsche ... Pipsqueak
Jason Brown ... Young Boxer
Candi Brough ... Twin
Randi Brough ... Twin

Liz Vassey ... Sylvia
Lisa Walters ... Delphine

Maxwell Caulfield ... Man in Bathrobe

Rae Allen ... Mrs. Macdonald

Tuesday Knight ... Nude Woman / Marilyn Monroe

Phil Reeves ... Officer
Sean Whitesell ... Officer

Steve Carlisle ... Farmer
Stéphanie Anderson ... Marilyn Monroe

Chubby Checker ... Himself

Joe Dietl ... Usher
Todd Lemson ... Usher
Jay S. York ... Tattoo Artist

Harry S. Murphy ... PCH Officer

Christine Taylor ... Melissa Smock (as Christine Joan Taylor)
Cortney Page ... Marilyn Monroe (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jorga Caye ... Howdy Doody Contest Mom (uncredited)

Glen Steele ... Fighter (uncredited)
Curt Truman ... Bobby Kennedy Jr. (uncredited)

Directed by
John Whitesell 
Writing credits
Paul W. Shapiro (written by)

Produced by
Elliot Abbott .... executive producer
Amy Lemisch .... associate producer
Gary Marsh .... producer
Penny Marshall .... executive producer
Debbie Robins-de La Bouillerie .... producer (as Debbie Robins)
Original Music by
Hans Zimmer 
Cinematography by
Tom Priestley Jr. 
Film Editing by
Wendy Greene Bricmont 
Production Design by
Bill Groom 
Art Direction by
Sarah Knowles 
Set Decoration by
Lynn Wolverton-Parker 
Costume Design by
Erica Edell Phillips 
Makeup Department
Janis Clark .... key hair stylist
Jane Galli .... key makeup artist
Cyndi Reece-Thorne .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Chantal Feghali .... post-production supervisor
Ronald G. Smith .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Gittelson .... first assistant director
Roee Sharon .... second assistant director
Art Department
David H. Allen .... property master (as David Allen)
Wren Boney .... first assistant props
Don 'Tex' Clark .... set dresser
Melissa Feinberg .... assistant property master
Patricia Garrity .... set dresser
Ted Haigh .... graphic artist
Keith A. Kropf .... head painter
Maureen Kropf .... foreman
Tim Stadler .... painter
Sheri Watson .... set decoration buyer
Joe Wood .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Patrick J. Foley .... sound editor
Don Hall .... supervising sound editor
Dennis C. Salcedo .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Bill Doane .... special effects
Jack Gill .... stunt coordinator
Kurtis Sanders .... stunts (as Kurtis Epper)
Mark Stefanich .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Foreman Jr. .... additional still photographer
Mollie S. Mallinger .... second assistant camera
Gary Muller .... first assistant camera
Andrew Priestley .... second assistant camera
R. Bruce Prochal .... chief rigging technician
Peter Sorel .... still photographer
Michael T. Travers .... best boy grip
Joseph F. Valentine .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christine H. Scott .... costumes
Editorial Department
Brent Brooks .... assistant editor
Deborah Cichocki .... assistant editor (as Deborah Zimmerman)
Travis Dultz .... apprentice editor
Marianne Urioste .... apprentice assistant film editor
Scot Deer .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
David Campbell .... conductor
David Campbell .... music arranger
David Campbell .... orchestrator
Laura Perlman .... music editor
Jeffrey Pollack .... music consultant
Jay Rifkin .... music mixer
Christine Cholvin .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Nick Glennie-Smith .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
M.B. Gordy .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Christopher Ward .... composer assistant (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Gregory Dultz .... driver
Other crew
Adell Aldrich .... script supervisor
Maureen 'Mo' Crutchfield .... first assistant accountant
Wayne Fitzgerald .... title designer
Michael G. Kehoe .... craft service (as Michael Kehoe)
Rock LeRoy .... caterer
Bill Pugin .... sign language coach
Karen Shaw .... production coordinator
Sally Jo Sousa .... animal trainer: cat
Eden Ashley Umble .... unit publicist
Jack E. Herman .... extras set coordinator (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for nudity, drug content and language
90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Straight to video in the UK.See more »
Factual errors: Marilyn Monroe's housekeepers name was Mrs. Murray and not Mrs. MacDonald.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Gone with the Wind (1939)See more »


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guys lack chemistry, 6 May 2015
Author: SnoopyStyle

In 1962 UCLA, Ned Bleuer (Gabriel Olds) is alone as he recalls his adolescent with his best friends. Their dream girl Marilyn Monroe has just been fired from 'Something's Got to Give'. Roy Darpinian (Jason Priestley) is a hustler working with the Gallo brothers (Kurt Fuller, Stephen Tobolowsky) and about to go to Army boot camp. One-legged Scott Foreman (Jerry O'Connell) is getting married. Ned is wasting his life in a toy store. Roy convinces the guys to go on a road trip to meet Marilyn.

The guys lack chemistry. It feels like the characters are slam together while the narration drones on. It needs more scenes of the group together before they go on the mission. Priestley is seriously annoying. Olds is bland. O'Connell has little to do. This is a superficial group with little to offer. Their mission is boring. It takes a long time before the movie shows any heart. It's not funny. It has little charm.

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