One on One

Overview

Robby Benson plays a talented but naive high school basketball star who wins a scholarship to a perfection-driven college. Here he discovers that he's way out of his league, easily outclassed athletically by his opponents and by his own team. In addition, he runs up against the sort of arm-twisting corruption that often occurs in a college where winning is the only thing. Only the support of his new girlfriend Janet Annette O'Toole sees him through his first two semesters. He must weather the bullying of his ...
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Overview

Robby Benson plays a talented but naive high school basketball star who wins a scholarship to a perfection-driven college. Here he discovers that he's way out of his league, easily outclassed athletically by his opponents and by his own team. In addition, he runs up against the sort of arm-twisting corruption that often occurs in a college where winning is the only thing. Only the support of his new girlfriend Janet Annette O'Toole sees him through his first two semesters. He must weather the bullying of his teammates and his mean-spirited coach played by G. D. Spradlin. There was plenty of shuttling between cast and production staff in One on One. Besides starring in the film, Benson co-wrote the screenplay with his father Jerry Segal, while director Lamont Johnson portrays Benson's alumni sponsor.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/23/2009
  • UPC: 883316126172
  • Original Release: 1977
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 3,157

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robby Benson Henry Steele
Annette O'Toole Janet Hays
G.D. Spradlin Coach Moreland Smith
Gail Strickland B. J. Rudolph
Melanie Griffith The Hitchhiker
James G. Richardson Malcolm
Hector Morales Gonzales
Cory Faucher Tom
Doug Sullivan Young Henry
Lamont Johnson Barry Brunz
Rich Jury Father Steele
Liz Jury Mother Steele
Richard Jamison High School Coach
Don Spencer Photographer
Ron Holiday Phillips
Brad Wilson Student Trainer
James Houghton Jeff
John Furlong Cop
David Bond Room Clerk
Carolyn Judd Ballet Instructor
Deborah Richter Kathy
Technical Credits
Lamont Johnson Director
Robby Benson Screenwriter
Anthony Brand Asst. Director
Jim Cook Sound/Sound Designer
Dianne Crittenden Casting
Donfeld Costumes/Costume Designer, Set Decoration/Design
Charles Fox Score Composer
Martin Hornstein Producer
Don Johnson Sound/Sound Designer
Jan Kiesser Cinematographer
Sherman Loudermilk Art Director
Donald M. Morgan Cinematographer
Robbe Roberts Editor
Jerry Segal Screenwriter
Marvin Westmore Makeup
Paul Williams Score Composer, Songwriter
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