Senior Trip

Overview

The final made-for-TV movie of the calendar year 1981 it was originally telecast on December 30, Senior Trip combines music, comedy and pathos to tell the story of a group of graduates from a staid Ohio high school. Though tightly chaperoned on their titular trip to New York City, the kids intend to cut loose and go crazy, or at least to pursue their hearts' desires in fact, the only two students who actually want to do some sightseeing before returning home are treated like social pariahs. Among the principal ...
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Overview

The final made-for-TV movie of the calendar year 1981 it was originally telecast on December 30, Senior Trip combines music, comedy and pathos to tell the story of a group of graduates from a staid Ohio high school. Though tightly chaperoned on their titular trip to New York City, the kids intend to cut loose and go crazy, or at least to pursue their hearts' desires in fact, the only two students who actually want to do some sightseeing before returning home are treated like social pariahs. Among the principal characters are would-be business tyro, Roger Scott Baio; wannabe singer, David Randy Brooks; aspiring actress, Judy Liz Callaway; budding artist, Jon Jeffrey Marcus; and self-styled Lothario, Fred James Carroll. It takes a few run-ins with the seamier denizens of the Big Apple to convince the teens that maybe the old high school wasn't so bad. Part of the film is an extended plug for the then-current Broadway smash, Sugar Babies, with Mickey Rooney showing up as himself in one of the sequences. Buried among the minor players are two promising young actors named Jason Alexander and Robert Townsend. Senior Trip was a CBS presentation.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2007
  • UPC: 029502242916
  • Original Release: 1981
  • Rating:

  • Source: Telavista
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 65,762

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Scott Baio Roger Ellis
Randy Brooks David
Peter Coffield Jerry
Faye Grant Denise
Jane Hoffman Mrs. Pritchardson
Jeffrey Marcus Jon Lipton
Vincent Spano Dick
Robert Townsend Randy
Jason Alexander Pete
Mickey Rooney Himself
Liz Callaway Judy Matheson
James Carroll Fred
Ralph Davies Vic
Ron Fassler Bob
Julia Montgomery Marlene
Bernard Barrow Nathan Aldrich
Robert Hitt Stanley Simpson
Peter Leeds Mickey's Friend
Patti Walsh Peggy
James Weissenbach Tim
Elaine Kilden Call Girl
Ed Van Nuys Malcolm Ferris
Gretchen West Desiree
Mansoor Najeeullah Pimp
Freda Foh Shen Ticket Agent
John Randolph Jones Mr. Whitaker
Mary Alan Hokanson ITA Receptionist
Isabell Monk Manhattan Receptionist
Technical Credits
Kenneth Johnson Director, Score Composer, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Joe Harnell Score Composer
Daniel Kibbie Producer, Screenwriter
John McPherson Cinematographer
Jack Schoengarth Editor
Stuart Wurtzel Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Senior Trip
1. Road Trip [12:42]
2. Big Apple [6:33]
3. Sights [9:32]
4. Explore [7:15]
5. Dreams [9:59]
6. Close Call [10:01]
7. Discovery [5:10]
8. Secret [5:18]
9. Truths [5:34]
10. Rumors [3:33]
11. A Song [6:44]
12. Comforts [12:12]
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Disc #1 -- Senior Trip
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