How I Got Into College


1h 26m 1989

Brief Synopsis

College recruiters try to lure some love-struck highschool seniors coping with SAT pressures.

Film Details

Also Known As
Admissions
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Tommy Mar
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Pomona College, Claremont, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Synopsis

College recruiters try to lure some love-struck highschool seniors coping with SAT pressures.

Crew

Perry Adleman

Assistant Camera Operator

Paul Ahrens

Property Master Assistant

Kirby Anderson

Production Associate

Larry Aube

Key Grip

William Ballard

Transportation Captain

David Barrow

Grip

Don Bassman

Sound

Pamela Berggren

Set Costumer

Robert A. Blackburn

Foreman

Faye Brenner

Script Supervisor

Edie Brickell

Song

Edie Brickell

Song Performer

David M Brooks

Production Accountant

Philip Allen Brown

Song

William Bumby

Dolly Grip

David Canestro

Dolly Grip

Elizabeth Cantillon

Coproducer

Kevin E Carpenter

Sound

Ken Chase

Makeup

Kevin F Cleary

Sound

Simon Climie

Song

Louis Cooper

Special Effects

Phyllis Corcoran-woods

Costume Supervisor

John Currin

Assistant Editor

Taryn Dechellis

Costume Designer

George Del Barrio

Original Music

John Donnolly

Grip

Steve Dorff

Song

Robert Elswit

Other

Robert Elswit

Director Of Photography

Danielle Eskinazi

Casting Associate

Bob Eubanks

Other

Kaja Fehr

Editor

Kimberly Felix

Production Assistant

Dennis Fill

Costume Supervisor

Climie Fisher

Song Performer

Rob Fisher

Song

Paul Fonteyn

Assistant Director

Jacqueline George

Production Coordinator

Jim Godber

Other

Pat Golden

Casting

Mark Green

Music Editor

Nina Halvorsen

Assistant Director

David A Harp

Assistant Camera Operator

James Hegedus

Illustrator

Len Hekel

Photography

James Herbert

Associate Producer

James Herbert

Production Manager

Petur Hliddal

Sound Mixer

Savage Steve Holland

Song

Michael Holowach

Property Master

Dale E House

Helicopter Pilot

Richard S Kaufman

Song

Kathe Klopp

Set Decorator

Randy Lamb

Stunts

Edgy Lee

Song

John D. Loudermilk

Song

Paul Maibaum

Camera Operator

Tommy Mar

Cable Operator

Jimmy Marinos

Song

Kim Marks

Camera Operator

Pistol Pete Marquez

Stunts

Taman Mccall

Location Manager

James Mccann

Boom Operator

Tom Mccarthy

Sound Editor

Colin Mcdonald

Other

Michael Mills

Makeup Assistant

Kathryn Mindala

Accounting Assistant

Shawn Moltke

Song

Julie Monroe

Assistant Editor

Michael Morales

Song Performer

Jennis Morgan

Song

Joe Muttillo

Grip

David L Newman

Assistant Director

Heidi O'hara

Assistant

Randy Ortega

Other

Richard Overton

Sound

F Maurice Palinski

Set Costumer

Keith Pallant

Other

Wally Palmar

Song

Harlie Random

Production Assistant

Ida Random

Production Designer

Leslie A Reynolds

Other

Richard Reynolds

Art Director

Doug Richardson

Production Assistant

William Robinson Jr.

Song

Pedro J Rosaly

Accounting Assistant

David Lee Roth

Song Performer

Jason Scheff

Song

Jason Scheff

Song Performer

Jack Schlosser

Gaffer

Tony Schwartz

Production Assistant

Terrel Seltzer

Screenplay

Michael Shamberg

Producer

M C Shan

Song Performer

Mike Skill

Song

Armin Steiner

Music

Stephan A Tate

Steadicam Operator

Mike Thomas

Assistant Camera Operator

Vickie Thomas

Casting

Edward Thompson

Electrician

Frank Tobin

Other

Sonya Somes Tramer

Editor

Joseph Vitarelli

Song

Joseph Vitarelli

Music

Franklyn Warren

Casting

Mike Washlake

Stunts

Marlon Williams

Song

Frederick Wilson

Transportation Coordinator

Ronnie Yeskel

Casting Associate

Susan Zietlow-maust

Hair

Film Details

Also Known As
Admissions
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Tommy Mar
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Pomona College, Claremont, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1989

Released in United States Spring May 19, 1989

Began shooting February 1, 1989.

Released in United States Spring May 19, 1989

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1989