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In the Mood

Overview

This romantic comedy is based on a true story that happened in California in 1944. Sonny Wisecarver Patrick Dempsey is 15 year old who has an affair with his older neighbor Judy Talia Balsam. The two run off and get married, but a stern judge has the union annulled. Sonny is hauled before the same judge when he gets involved with another older woman Beverly D'Angelo, and the publicity makes him the object of affection for millions of young women who believe Sonny has something special. Michael Constantine and ...
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Overview

This romantic comedy is based on a true story that happened in California in 1944. Sonny Wisecarver Patrick Dempsey is 15 year old who has an affair with his older neighbor Judy Talia Balsam. The two run off and get married, but a stern judge has the union annulled. Sonny is hauled before the same judge when he gets involved with another older woman Beverly D'Angelo, and the publicity makes him the object of affection for millions of young women who believe Sonny has something special. Michael Constantine and Betty Jinnett play Sonny's concerned parents. Carl Reiner is the uncredited narrator, and the real-life Elliott "Sonny" Wisecarver has a cameo appearance as a mailman.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/20/2010
  • UPC: 883316242469
  • Original Release: 1987
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 44,040

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patrick Dempsey Ellsworth Sonny Wisecarver
Beverly D'Angelo Francine Glatt
Talia Balsam Judy Cusimano
Michael Constantine Mr. Wisecarver
Betty Jinnette Mrs. Wisecarver
Kathleen Freeman Mrs. Marver, The Landlady
Joshua Cadman Tony
Bert Convy Newspaper Editor
Michael Darrell Bailiff
Kazan the Dog Sonny's Dog
Nitche Vo Miller Judy's Cellmates, Denver
Armin Shimerman Priest
Steve The Rabbit Himself
Barbnara Wint School Nurse
Ellsworth "Sonny" Wisecarver Mailman in Newsreel
Peter Hobbs The Judge
Tony Longo Carlo, Judy's Husband
Douglas Rowe Uncle Clete
Ernie Brown Chief Papa Bear Kelsey
Kim Myers Wendy, The Usherette
Brian McNamara George
Dana Short Alberta
Nan Woods Madeline
Tom Breznahan Gary
Gillian Grant Karen
Lisanne Falk Jamie
Burr Middleton FBI Agent Harrow
Jared Chandler Western Union Messenger
Edith Fellows Mrs. Long, Judy's Mother
Tom Tarpey Front Yard Reporter
Crane Jackson Front Yard Reporter
Neil Elliot Arresting Cop
Mae Williams Angry Neighbor, Willowbrook
Janet Rotblatt Angry Neighbor, Willowbrook
Harvey J. Goldenberg Marriage License Clerk
Tom Maier Judge
Putter Smith Minister
Lenore Woodward Justice of the Peace
Lee Garlington Schlitz Waitress
Charles Stevenson Telegraph Clerk
Carl Parker Bus Ticket Agent
Wayne Grace Bus Driver
Jeffrey Alan Chandler Hotel Clerk
Bob Gould Detective Glore
Jordan Myers Desk Sergeant
Rick Salassi News Photographer, Denver
Walter G. Zeri Sony's Cellmate, Denver
Laura Bastianelli Judy's Cellmates, Denver
Tommy Ryan Nes Photographer, Denver
Ted Noose Denver Reporter
Charlie Holliday Reporter
Valerie Reynolds Policewoman
Rocky Giordani Tough Inmate, Los Angeles
W.T. Zacha Jail Guard
Kitty Swink Sponge Bath Nurse
Sarah Partridge Winking Nurse
Steve Whittaker Three-Fingered Surgeon
Thomas Albert Clay Five-Fingered Surgeon
Tony Monaco LA District Attorney
Terry Camilleri Judy's Lawyer
David Schermerhorn LA Courtroom Heckler
John Zarchen LA Courtroom Heckler
Cletus Young Sonny's Guard
Guy Christopher LA Reporter
Paul Keith Reporter
Joycee Katz Rosie the Riveter
Ana Helena Berenguer Maria, The Tuna Lady
Jay Varela her Husbad, The Tuna Foreman
Michael Bandoni Rooming House Boarder
Sheila Rogers Mrs. Mama Bear Kelsey
S.A. Griffin Cpl. Howard Glatt, USMC
Tom Patten Marine With Stars And Stripes Newspaper
Randy Peters Serviceman
Marilyn Cohen Yenta
Niles Brewster Principal
Bess Meyer Teenage Girl (Slapper)
Max Perlich Teenage Boy (Slapee)
Andrew Roperto Switchblade Kid
Rocky Parker Woman on Train
Carl Reiner Voice Only
Darwyn Swalve Huge Inmate, Los Angeles
Tom Ashworth Man on Train
Technical Credits
Phil Alden Robinson Director, Screenwriter
Gary Adelson Producer
Richard Arrington Makeup
Linda M. Bass Costumes/Costume Designer
Ralph Burns Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Linda Burns Costumes/Costume Designer
Dins Danielsen Art Director
Dina Danielson Production Designer
Miguel Delgado Choreography
Brian Frankish Producer
Joseph Garland Songwriter
Dennis Gassner Production Designer
Richard Hoover Set Decoration/Design
Patrick Kennedy Editor
Robbie Knott Special Effects
John Lindley Cinematographer
Karen Mack Producer
Barry Manilow Songwriter
Bette Midler Songwriter
Fleecie Moore Songwriter
Mitchell Parish Songwriter
David Simon Original Story
Frank Strayer Songwriter
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