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Lost in America

Lost in America(1985)

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Brief Synopsis

A discontented yuppie couple quit their jobs to rediscover America on the road.

Cast & Crew

Albert Brooks Director
Albert Brooks David Howard
Julie Hagerty Linda Howard
Garry Marshall Casino Manager
Art Frankel Employment Agent
Michael Greene Paul Dunn
Tom Tarpey Brad Tooley
Ernie Brown Pharmacist
Charles Boswell Highway Officer
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MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1985 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Production Co:  Geffen Film Company .....Production Company, Ramsey .....Production Company, Pacific Title & Art Studio .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures .....Studio, Warner Bros. Pictures International .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Columbia-Emi-Warner .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group .....Domestic Video Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United States (USA)
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  • Lost in America

    Dashiell B. 2012-12-02

    A terrific comedy that can create humour from things that supposibly aren't funny. Director-and-writer, Brooks & Hagerty are a yuppie couple who... MORE>

  • An Absolute Classic!!

    Pam 2011-10-30

    This movie is a gem---Albert Brooks has never been better, and Julie Haggerty is fabulous, as two yuppies who chuck it all to "find themselves"... MORE>