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The Late Film: Crazy Times

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starring
Ray Liotta
David Caruso Michael Pare
New York City 1955. Life in Rockaway
Beach for teenagers
Wizard, Harry and Bobby is never short of thrills and new adventures. Now that the boys have started getting interested in girls and the girls have started noticing them, a host of new challenges are waiting to be tackled ...
But in the background lurk the Deacons, waiting to make their mark felt and establish themselves as the sole rulers of the streets - and the local girls.
Screenplay by GEORGE REEVES Produced by WILLIAM KAYDEN Directed by LEE PHILIPS
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Liotta
Unknown: David Caruso
Unknown: George Reeves
Produced By: William Kayden
Directed By: Lee Philips
Wizard: Ray Liotta
Harry: David Caruso
Bobby: Michael Pare
: Eva Taliabalsalm
Carol: Annette McCarthy
Esther: Sandra Giles
Jazzman: Ernie Hudson
Ralph: John Aprea
Eddie: Shannon Presby
Rico: Sal Landi
Marilyn: Amy Madigan
Mike: Jaime Alba
Deacon: Albert Insinnia

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The Late Film: Crazy Times

BBC One London, 26 February 1988 23.20






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