Memories of Me


1h 45m 1988

Brief Synopsis

Comedy drama revolving around a father/son relationship.

Film Details

Also Known As
På jakt efter en svunnen barndom
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Michaelson'S Catering; Odyssey Entertainment Group; Panavision, Ltd.
Distribution Company
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. (MGM ); CBS Video; MGM Distribution Company; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; United International Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

Comedy drama revolving around a father/son relationship.

Crew

Michele Ader

Unit Production Manager

Michael S Arvanitis

Lighting Technician

Frank Ballou

Transportation Coordinator

Ron Batzdorff

Stills

Peter Berger

Editor

Dorothy Byrne

Hairstyles

David E Campbell

Sound Rerecording Mixer

William J Cassidy

Production Designer

Ken Chase

Makeup

Harry Cheney

Sound Editor

Clayton Collins

Sound Editor

Sean Connery

Other

Don Coufal

Boom Operator

Billy Crystal

Screenwriter

Billy Crystal

Producer

Ray De La Motte

Camera Operator

Georges Delerue

Music

Andrew Dintenfass

Director Of Photography

Andrew Dintenfass

Other

Alan Disler

1st Assistant Camera

Candy Edwards

2nd Assistant Camera

Jane Feinberg

Casting

Mike Fenton

Casting

Ernie Fuentes

Other

Hank Giardina

Other

Susan Goldberger

Assistant (To Michael Hertzberg)

Steve Greaves

Dolly Grip

Sam Gross

Set Decorator

John A Haggar

Assistant Editor

John R Harris

Music Editor

Patti Hawn

Unit Publicist

Michael Hertzberg

Producer

Mikel Kaufman

Production Assistant

Alan King

Producer

Michael M Krevitt

2nd Key Grip

Amy E. Lippens

Assistant (To Henry Winkler)

Larry Lipton

2nd Assistant Director

J David Marks

Executive Producer

Bruce Olinder

Chief Lighting Technician

Rudy Pohlert

Chief Lighting Technician Assistant

Bill M Puluti

Transportation Coordinator Assistant

Patrick G Ralston

Lighting Technician

Trudy Ramirez

Script Supervisor

James A Rathbun

Property Master

John T Reitz

Sound Rerecording Mixer

John P Riordan

Sound Editor Supervisor

Bob Rolsky

Assistant Director

Jean Rosone

Costume Supervisor

Eric Roth

Screenwriter

Gregg Rudloff

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Charles Russo

Property Master Assistant

Eric H Sandberg

Costume Supervisor

George Schraeder

Grip

James M Sheppherd

Key Grip

Rusty Smith

Art Direction

Rich Steven

Adr Editor

Jim Stuebe

Sound Utility Technician

Gabe Sumner

Executive Producer

Judy Taylor

Casting

Randy Unger

Location Manager

Gabriella Vasquesz

2nd Assistant Director

Audrey Walton

Assistant (To Henry Winkler)

Karen Westerfield

Craft Service

Jeffrey S Wexler

Sound Recording Mixer

Film Details

Also Known As
På jakt efter en svunnen barndom
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Michaelson'S Catering; Odyssey Entertainment Group; Panavision, Ltd.
Distribution Company
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC. (MGM ); CBS Video; MGM Distribution Company; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; United International Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Articles

Robert Pastorelli (1954-2004)


Robert Pastorelli, the rough and ready actor best known to television viewers for his portrayal of the devilish but lovable house painter Eldin on the long-running CBS comedy Murphy Brown (1988-97), was found dead on March 8 in his Hollywood Hills home. Authorities believe the cause of death was a drug overdose. He was 49.

Born on June 21, 1954 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Pastorelli had dreams of becoming a boxer, but when he was just 19, he was involved in a near fatal car accident that forced him to choose another career. By the late '70s, he chose acting. After doing some theater in New York, Pastorelli found work on both television: Barney Miller, Cagney & Lacey, Hill Street Blues; and film: Outrageous Fortune, Beverly Hills Cop II (both 1987), where his beefy frame and Runyonesque demeanor almost always had him play thugs and hoodlums.

In 1988, he found fame when he was cast opposite Candice Bergen as Eldin, the house painter who could never quite finish the job in Murphy Brown. Pastorelli's likable raffishness countered well with Bergen's icy charms, and he stayed on for six seasons.

After Murphy Brown, Pastorelli continued to play variations of the streetwise character, but this time to considerable comic effect in films like: Sister Act 2 (1994), Eraser, and Michael (both 1996). He returned to television impressively when he starred in the short-lived, but critically lauded Americanized version of the British Television hit Cracker. Pastorelli had just completed work on the Get Shorty (1995) sequel Be Cool with John Travolta, which is scheduled for release later this year. He is survived by a daughter.

by Michael T. Toole
Robert Pastorelli (1954-2004)

Robert Pastorelli (1954-2004)

Robert Pastorelli, the rough and ready actor best known to television viewers for his portrayal of the devilish but lovable house painter Eldin on the long-running CBS comedy Murphy Brown (1988-97), was found dead on March 8 in his Hollywood Hills home. Authorities believe the cause of death was a drug overdose. He was 49. Born on June 21, 1954 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Pastorelli had dreams of becoming a boxer, but when he was just 19, he was involved in a near fatal car accident that forced him to choose another career. By the late '70s, he chose acting. After doing some theater in New York, Pastorelli found work on both television: Barney Miller, Cagney & Lacey, Hill Street Blues; and film: Outrageous Fortune, Beverly Hills Cop II (both 1987), where his beefy frame and Runyonesque demeanor almost always had him play thugs and hoodlums. In 1988, he found fame when he was cast opposite Candice Bergen as Eldin, the house painter who could never quite finish the job in Murphy Brown. Pastorelli's likable raffishness countered well with Bergen's icy charms, and he stayed on for six seasons. After Murphy Brown, Pastorelli continued to play variations of the streetwise character, but this time to considerable comic effect in films like: Sister Act 2 (1994), Eraser, and Michael (both 1996). He returned to television impressively when he starred in the short-lived, but critically lauded Americanized version of the British Television hit Cracker. Pastorelli had just completed work on the Get Shorty (1995) sequel Be Cool with John Travolta, which is scheduled for release later this year. He is survived by a daughter. by Michael T. Toole

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Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 28, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 20, 1989

Released in United States September 13, 1988

Released in United States November 24, 1988

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 13, 1988.

Shown at London Film Festival November 24, 1988.

Began shooting October 19, 1987.

Released in United States Fall September 28, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 20, 1989

Released in United States September 13, 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 13, 1988.)

Released in United States November 24, 1988 (Shown at London Film Festival November 24, 1988.)