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Morgan Stewart's Coming Home
     

Morgan Stewart's Coming Home

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Director: Alan Smithee

Cast: Jon Cryer, Lynn Redgrave, Nicholas Pryor

 

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An ambitious father thinks nothing of using his own son to achieve his political goals in this adolescent comedy. The lonely boy has spent the last seven years tucked away and ignored by his parents, Senator Tom Morgan and his social-climbing wife Nancy, in a distant boarding school. As the story begins, he receives the depressing news that once again they will be too

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An ambitious father thinks nothing of using his own son to achieve his political goals in this adolescent comedy. The lonely boy has spent the last seven years tucked away and ignored by his parents, Senator Tom Morgan and his social-climbing wife Nancy, in a distant boarding school. As the story begins, he receives the depressing news that once again they will be too busy to have him home for the holidays. But then, out of the blue, they change their minds and invite him home to stay there for good. The boy is elated, but soon after his arrival, he learns the bitter truth: his father only brought him back because it is an election year and his campaign manager thought he might do better if the public saw him as more of a family man. The boy then decides that it is high time some changes were made around the house and mayhem ensues.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/14/2009
UPC:
0031398108504
Original Release:
1987
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
1:32:00
Sales rank:
35,048

Special Features

Closed Caption; Trivia track; Theatrical trailer

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jon Cryer Morgan Stewart
Lynn Redgrave Nancy Stewart
Nicholas Pryor Senator Tom Stewart
Viveka Davis Emily
Paul Gleason Jay Springsteen, Political Campaign Manager
Andrew Duncan Gen. Fenton
Savely Kramarov Ivan
J.D. Cullum Garrett
Chuck Bennett Bank Manager
Bill Cohn Mr. Whitewood
Alison Davies Bank Teller
Chip Delt Boy
Leeza Vinnichenko Anna
Joe Bova Emily's Father
Robert Sedgwick Creighton
Waweru Njenga Ahmed
Mahatma Sudhir Rad Mahatma
Alan Beck Frank
Brendan O'Meara Thompson
Glenn Wilder Charles, Chauffeur
Gary Wheeler Reporter
William Edwards Cocktail Party Guest
Avril Gentles Socialite
Tammy Amerson Heather Whitewood
Andrew Lassman Headless Ghoul
Roger Bowen Dr. Cabot
Horace Boykin Delivery Boy
Barbara C. Lewis Emily's Mother
Nina Hansen Emily's Grandmother
Ronald C. Byram Police Officer
Dale R. Blosser Police Offcier
Stu Kerr Police Officer
Prentiss Rowe Police Officer
Jude Ciccolella Workman
Perk Bennett Santa Claus
Melvin Crickenberger Mansion Party Guest
Jim Yates Mansion Party Guest
Bruce Morrow Delivery Man

Technical Credits
Alan Smithee Director
Pete Antico Stunts
Charles C. Bennett Production Designer
Peter Bernstein Score Composer
Richard E. Brooks Cinematographer
Timothy Duckworth Songwriter
Stephen Friedman Producer
Ken Hixon Screenwriter
Chris Isaak Songwriter
Victor Kempster Set Decoration/Design
Bob Lederman Editor
Molly Maginnis Costumes/Costume Designer
John Manikoff Songwriter
Patrick McCormick Associate Producer
Danny Michael Sound/Sound Designer
Silencers Songwriter
Surfaris Songwriter
David Ticher Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Morgan Stewart's Coming Home
1. Change Of Plans [4:33]
2. Prank [6:23]
3. The Kitchen [4:14]
4. Redecorate [4:16]
5. Dinner Party [5:20]
6. House Cleaning [7:18]
7. Book Signing [6:29]
8. Date Night [6:55]
9. Love Blossoms [6:26]
10. Invasion [7:01]
11. Goodbye [5:20]
12. Military School [5:07]
13. Break Out [6:00]
14. Launder [4:44]
15. Disguise [8:54]
16. End Credits [2:41]

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Morgan Stewart's Coming Home 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KingofallTrekfans More than 1 year ago
While my original copy recorded on VHS at the SLP speed went the way of the dodo about 6 years or more ago when my last VCR died, i have been seeking this with a few select other titles for years on DVD. Its great to have a fun movie that I watched a dozen times as a kid back!