School Ties

School Ties

Director: Robert Mandel Cast: Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Chris O'Donnell
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School Ties

An assemblage of young Hollywood actors poised for stardom marked this tale of anti-Semitism at a 1950s prep school. Brendan Fraser stars as David Greene, a working-class Jewish quarterback from Scranton, Pennsylvania, who is offered a senior year scholarship to a prestigious New England academy. It's David's ticket to an Ivy League education and a way out of his Rust Belt hometown, but there's one condition: the school's elders ask him to be discreet about his religion. At first willing to do so, David struggles with his silence about his faith as his popularity grows. David strikes up a friendship with his roommate Chris Reece (Chris O'Donnell) and a possible romance with Sally Wheeler (Amy Locane), a student at a nearby girls' school. When jealous classmate Charlie Dillon (Matt Damon) learns David's secret at an alumni party, he exposes the school's new gridiron hero, and David faces the full force of religious intolerance from the prejudiced WASP institution. Also featuring early performances from Ben Affleck, Anthony Rapp, and Cole Hauser, School Ties was loosely based on the real-life experiences of producer Dick Wolf, creator of TV's popular series Law & Order.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/01/1998
UPC: 0097363229032
Original Release: 1992
Source: Paramount

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brendan Fraser David Greene
Matt Damon Charlie Dillon
Chris O'Donnell Chris Reece
Randall Batinkoff Rip Van Kelt
Andrew Lowery McGivern
Cole Hauser Jack Connors
Amy Locane Sally Wheeler
Ben Affleck Chesty Smith
Anthony Rapp McGoo
Peter Donat Headmaster Dr. Bartram
Zeljko Ivanek Cleary
Kevin Tighe Coach McDevitt
Michael Higgins Mr. Gierasch
Ed Lauter Alan Greene
Lisa Beach Actor
Stanton Denman Miller
Dan Desmond Mr. Wheeler
Victoria Hochberg Bear
Luke Jorgensen Rick
Pat McCorkle Actor
John Sprerdakos Kocus
David Caldwell Allen Announcer
Ryan Anderson Boy #2
Jayce Bartok Jack
Gregory Chase Cal Reynolds
Cody Conklin Sarah
John Cunningham Grayson Dillon
Alice Duffy Chaperone
Claudia Everest Mrs. Wheeler
Elizabeth Franz Jane Dillon
Ken Garito Don
Matt Hofherr Gray Dillon
Susan Johnston Mary Ellen
Thomas Rhett Kee Boy in Shower
Sean Kent Keller
Sandra Landers Joyce
Colin F. Lydon Boy in Dining Room
Will Lyman Swanson
Peter McRobbie Chaplain
William Meisle Winchester Headmaster
Jane Nichols Swimming Coach
Jeff Nichols Donald
Kent Osborne Emile
Benari Poulten Percy
James Donnell Quinn Boy #1
Rick Rodgers Nick
Edward Seamon Weezer
Karen Shallo Edie
Leon B. Stevens Tom Keating

Technical Credits
Robert Mandel Director
Rosemary Brandenberg Set Decoration/Design
Jacqueline Cambas Editor
Freddie Francis Cinematographer
Jerry Greenberg Editor
Stanley Jaffe Producer
Maurice Jarre Score Composer
Sherry Lansing Producer
Jeannine Oppewall Production Designer
Darryl Ponicsan Screenwriter
Danton Rissner Executive Producer
Ann Roth Costumes/Costume Designer
Norman Steinberg Screenwriter
Michael Tadross Associate Producer
Dick Wolf Original Story,Screenwriter
Steven Wolff Art Director

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School Ties 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Best!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is amazing. It portrays how a Jewish student had to faced against those who called them friends. Religion shouldn't end a friendship. Friends are suppose to be loyal and trustable no matter what happens. A must see.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed how you saw his character must simply stand up for his beliefs and you see how weak minded a lot of the people are in this movie. A lot of people would rather be friends with people who don't do the right thing instead of being alone. That kind of thinkling trapped people into misery. I love almost every movie Brendan Frasier has done. I would also recommend the book as well.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hi, this is a great movie and should be seen by all Jewish teens, because of the extremely important lesson of history. This movie portrays how much the world was anti-semetic not too long ago, also for those who are not jewish, this is a FABULOUSLY made movie that makes you want to watch it over and over
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