The Prince of Pennsylvania


1h 33m 1988

Brief Synopsis

In a remote Pennsylvania coal-mining town, a depressed teenager, whose father is cheating on his mother, develops and unlikely friendship with a half-baked hippie woman who runs an old drive-in. Together, they concoct a plan to kidnap the boy's father in order to steal the family fortune.

Film Details

Also Known As
Prince of Pennsylvania
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
NEW LINE
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

In a remote Pennsylvania coal-mining town, a depressed teenager, whose father is cheating on his mother, develops and unlikely friendship with a half-baked hippie woman who runs an old drive-in. Together, they concoct a plan to kidnap the boy's father in order to steal the family fortune.

Crew

Eloise Albrecht

On-Set Dresser

Allan Amtzis

Casting

Steve Arnold

Other

Donna Belajac

Casting

Jack Bennett

Special Effects

Kevin Benson

Music

Chantal Bernheim

Script Supervisor

Bill Bernstein

Music Editor

Sharon Boyle

Music Supervisor

Martin Bram

Sound Editor

John Branagan

Stunt Coordinator

John Branagan

Stunts

Allan Byer

Sound

Chris Call

On-Set Dresser

Joe Camp

Assistant Director

Edward Carlson

Song

Paul Clay

Sound Editor

Toby Corbett

Production Designer

H Dan Dewey

Assistant Director

Scott Elias

Location Manager

A Ellis

Song

Richard Ferreira

Song Performer

Richard Ferreira

Song

Joe Fineman

Post-Production Supervisor

Joan Fishman

Producer

Eileen Garrigan

Scenic Artist

David Gates

Song

Michael Gilbert

Song

Gary Goetzman

Music Supervisor

Kenneth Goodloe

Song

Ted Goodloe

Song

Frederika Gray

Scenic Artist

Laura Greenlee

Production Coordinator

Jeffrey J. Haboush

Sound

Robin Harlan

Foley Artist

Barbara Harris

Casting

William Hartman

Sound Editor

Iris Hedrick

Production Accountant

Chris Jargo

Adr Editor

Joe Jones

Song

Jeannee Josefczyk

Makeup

Daryl Kerrigan

Wardrobe Supervisor

Eric Knutson

Song

Luke Latino

Camera Operator

Lester Lee

Song

Sam Llanas

Song

Zeke Manners

Song

Diane Marshall

Foley Artist

Marlene Marta

Set Decorator

Anne Mccabe

Production Assistant

Carl Mcguiness

Song

Mary Mclaglen

Production Manager

Patrick Mcmahon

Editing

Brian Mcmillan

Animal Wrangler

Maria L Melograne

Casting

Jay Milligan

On-Set Dresser

Linda Moss

Sound Editor

Willie Munson

Song

Thomas Newman

Music

Jason Newsted

Song

Ron Nyswaner

Screenplay

Walter Oggiere

Technical Advisor

Kerry Orent

Coproducer

Michael Packard

Song

Michael Paris

Photography

Frankie Paul

Song

Frankie Paul

Song Performer

Les Peel

Song

Bobby Please

Song

Frank Prinzi

Director Of Photography

Erin Quigley

Assistant

Russ Regan

Song

Kurt Rimmel

Dolly Grip

Kurt Rimmel

Key Grip

Sara Risher

Executive Producer

G Frederic Roth

Gaffer

Greg P. Russell

Sound

William S. Scharf

Editor

Ron Schlaeger

Camera Operator

Robert Shaye

Executive Producer

Kelly David Smith

Song

Jason Steckler

Production Assistant

Paul Stefko

Consultant

Bruce Stubblefield

Sound Editor

Linda Thayer

Wardrobe Supervisor

Mike Topoozian

Assistant Director

John Vigran

Music

John G Williams

Production Assistant

Kerry Dean Williams

Sound Editor

Carol Wood

Costume Designer

Merritt Yohnka

Stunts

Film Details

Also Known As
Prince of Pennsylvania
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
NEW LINE
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States April 22, 1989

Released in United States Fall September 16, 1988

Released in United States May 15, 1988

Released in United States October 29, 1988

Released in United States on Video June 8, 1989

Released in United States September 1988

Released in United States September 30, 1988

Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 15, 1988.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1988.

Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival October 29, 1988.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 22, 1989.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.

Feature directorial debut for screenwriter Ron Nyswaner.

Began shooting November 30, 1987.

Released in United States April 22, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 22, 1989.)

Released in United States May 15, 1988 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 15, 1988.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1988.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.)

Released in United States Fall September 16, 1988

Released in United States September 30, 1988 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States October 29, 1988 (Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival October 29, 1988.)

Released in United States on Video June 8, 1989