Stealing Harvard

Overview

Two buddies find themselves doing some very wrong things for perfectly right reasons in this broad comedy. John Jason Lee is a nice guy who is responsible and hardworking; his best friend Duff Tom Green, however, is his polar opposite, a layabout who is constantly getting in some sort of trouble. John is very much in love with his longtime girlfriend Elaine Leslie Mann, and wants to marry her, but true to form, he has pledged not to make the walk down the aisle until he has saved up to 30,000 dollars so they'll ...
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Overview

Two buddies find themselves doing some very wrong things for perfectly right reasons in this broad comedy. John Jason Lee is a nice guy who is responsible and hardworking; his best friend Duff Tom Green, however, is his polar opposite, a layabout who is constantly getting in some sort of trouble. John is very much in love with his longtime girlfriend Elaine Leslie Mann, and wants to marry her, but true to form, he has pledged not to make the walk down the aisle until he has saved up to 30,000 dollars so they'll be able to afford a down payment on the house they've always wanted. After years of saving, John has finally put 30 grand in the bank, and has set the date with Elaine. However, as John's big day approaches, he gets word from his sister Patty Megan Mullally that her daughter Noreen Tammy Blanchard has been accepted into Harvard University -- and years ago, John promised her if she got into the prestigious college, he'd pay the tuition. Making good on John's pledge to his niece would leave him with a mere 121 dollars in the bank, but he doesn't have the heart to say no to Noreen, or tell Elaine of his dilemma. John does tell Duff about his problem, who comes up with a typically hare-brained solution -- turning to a life of crime for the next two weeks in order to steal another 30,000 dollars. Stealing Harvard costars Dennis Farina and Chris Penn; Bruce McCulloch, a member of the comedy series The Kids in the Hall, served as director.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/7/2010
  • UPC: 014381689822
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:25:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 54,945

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dennis Farina Mr. Warner
Tom Green Duff
Richard Jenkins Mr. Cook
Jason Lee John
Leslie Mann Elaine
John C. McGinley Det. Charles
Megan Mullally Patty
Chris Penn David
Tammy Blanchard Noreen
Seymour Cassel Uncle Jack
Technical Credits
Bruce McCulloch Director
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Juel Bestrop Casting
Chris Brancato Executive Producer
Malcolm Campbell Editor
Susan Cavan Producer
Marty P. Ewing Co-producer
Betsy Heimann Costumes/Costume Designer
Martin Hynes Original Story, Screenwriter
Gregory Keen Production Designer
Howard Lapides Executive Producer
Jeanne McCarthy Casting
Leslie Morales Set Decoration/Design
Michael Neumann Asst. Director
Maureen Peyrot Executive Producer
Manish Raval Musical Direction/Supervision
Drew Ann Rosenberg Asst. Director
Albert J. Salke Executive Producer
Steven Schwartz Art Director
Ueli Steiger Cinematographer
Peter Tolan Original Story, Screenwriter
Jeff Wexler Sound/Sound Designer
Tom Wolfe Musical Direction/Supervision
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