Stealing Home

Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).wikipedia
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Blair Brown

The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.
Among her other film credits were Altered States (opposite William Hurt), One Trick Pony (with Paul Simon), the film Stealing Home (opposite Mark Harmon) and A Flash of Green (1984).

Coming-of-age story

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Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).
Films in this subgenre include Bambi (1942), The Apu Trilogy (1955–59), Les 400 Coups (1959), Oliver! (1968), American Graffiti (1973), Breaking Away (1979), The Last American Virgin (1982), Fandango (1985), Mischief (1985), The Breakfast Club (1985), Stand by Me (1986), Empire of the Sun (1987), Stealing Home (1988), Mermaids (1990), Flirting (1991), Dazed and Confused (1993), Girl, Interrupted (1999), Almost Famous (2000), Y Tu Mamá También (2001), Spirited Away (2001), the Harry Potter series (2001–11), The Motorcycle Diaries (2003), Lakshya (2004), Juno (2007), The Reader (2008), Moonrise Kingdom (2012), The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), The Spectacular Now, Fukrey (2012), (2013), The Kings of Summer (2013), Boyhood (2014), which was filmed with the same cast over a period of twelve years, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015), Sleeping Giant (2015), Moonlight (2016), The Edge of Seventeen (2016), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), It (2017), Call Me by Your Name (2017), Lady Bird (2017), Love, Simon (2018), Eighth Grade (2018), To All the Boys I've Loved Before (2018), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), Bumblebee (2018), Mid90s (2018), and Booksmart (2019), 20th Century Boys (2008).

William McNamara

The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.
He appeared in the feature films Texasville, Stella, Copycat, Surviving the Game, and Stealing Home.

Steven Kampmann

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Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).
His screenplay credits include Back to School, The Couch Trip and Stealing Home.

Mark Harmon

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The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.
In 1988, he co-starred with Sean Connery and Meg Ryan in the 1988 feature film The Presidio, and also opposite Jodie Foster in the film Stealing Home.

Jodie Foster

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The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.
In 1988, Foster made her debut as a director with the episode "Do Not Open This Box" for the horror anthology series Tales from the Darkside, and in August appeared in the romantic drama Stealing Home (1988) opposite Mark Harmon.

Jonathan Silverman

The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.

Beth Broderick

Her first significant role was in Stealing Home (1988), in which she played the sexy neighbor who seduces a young, innocent Jonathan Silverman.

Helen Hunt

In 1988, she appeared in Stealing Home, as Hope Wyatt, the sister of Billy Wyatt, played by Mark Harmon and a cast featuring Jodie Foster and Harold Ramis.

Christine Jones (actress)

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She also appeared in Woody Allen's Annie Hall in 1977 as Dorrie, and in Stealing Home as Grace Chandler in 1988.

Harold Ramis

The film stars Mark Harmon, Jodie Foster, Blair Brown, Jonathan Silverman, Harold Ramis and William McNamara.

Ted Ross

Films that followed included Ragtime, Amityville II, Police Academy, Stealing Home, and The Fisher King.

David Foster

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In the following years, Foster continued turning out occasional film scores, including for the Michael J. Fox comedy The Secret of My Success (1987), which featured a song co-written by Foster titled "The Price of Love", a track of which was performed by Roger Daltrey from the album Can't Wait to See the Movie, which Foster also produced, and the Jodie Foster-Mark Harmon film Stealing Home, both of which spawned soundtrack albums with prominent Foster-penned contributions.

Summer of '42

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Ever since the release of Summer of '42, Warner Bros. has attempted to buy back the rights to the film, which they sold to author Herman Raucher in lieu of paying him for the script, under the belief that the film would not be financially successful.
The 1988 film Stealing Home has numerous similarities to both Summer of '42 and Class of '44, with several incidents (most notably a subplot dealing with the premature death of the protagonist's father and the protagonist's response to it) appearing to have been directly lifted from Raucher's own life; Jennifer O'Neill stated in 2002 she believes "Home" was an attempted remake of "Summer".

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Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).

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Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).

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Stealing Home is a 1988 American coming of age romantic drama film, written and directed by Steven Kampmann and William Porter (billed as Will Aldis).

Warner Bros.

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Stealing Home was released theatrically on August 26, 1988 by Warner Bros. Upon release the film, was a critical and commercial failure, although David Foster's musical score garnered universal praise.

Cult film

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Over the years, however it has garnered a cult film status with television re-runs and DVD releases with audiences praising its pace, nostalgic themes and soundtrack.

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Eventually, Billy recalls a memory of Katie telling him a story about watching an Atlantic City show in which a horse ran down a pier and jumped into the water, admiring the image of freedom it offered her.