Stealing Home


1h 38m 1988
Stealing Home

Brief Synopsis

An aging baseball player returns to his hometown after the suicide of a childhood friend.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Romance
Drama
Sports
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Coast To Coast Catering, Inc.; Completion Bond Company Inc; D Bassett & Associates Inc; Greater Philadelphia Film Office; New Jersey Motion Picture/Tv Commission; Segue Music Inc; Sync Pop Inc; Van Der Veer Photo Effects
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution
Location
Point Pleasant, New Jersey, USA; Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Camden, New Jersey, USA; Gloucester City, New Jersey, USA; Island State Park, New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

An aging baseball player returns to his home town after the suicide of a childhood friend.

Crew

Will Aldis

Screenwriter

Doon Allen

Production Manager Assistant

Gary Alper

Sound Mixer

Tom Anderson

Bestboy

Burt Bacharach

Song ("Baby, It'S You")

Lawrence Banks

Assistant (To Thom Mount)

Robert Bateman

Song ("Please Mr Postman")

John Bates

Assistant (To Steven Kampmann And Will Aldis)

Chana Ben-dov

Associate Producer

Martin Bernstein

Construction Coordinator

Otis Blackwell

Song ("Great Balls Of Fire")

Jeffrey Block

Casting (Extras/New York)

Bo Diddley

Song Performer ("Bo Diddley")

Thomas Boguski

Production Coordinator Assistant

J. C. Brotherhood

Special Effects

Robin Brown

2nd Assistant Camera

Boudleaux Bryant

Song ("All I Have To Do Is Dream")

Laura Buckley

Production Assistant

Bobby Byrne

Director Of Photography

Robert C Campion

Production Accountant

Daniel Allen Carlin

Music Editor Supervisor

Frank Chille

Unit Publicist

Christopher Connors

Location Manager Assistant

Mike Cook

Sound Editor

Joan Cunningham

Production Assistant

Rick Dallago

Location Manager

Mack David

Song ("Baby, It'S You")

Eddie De Lange

Song ("Moonglow")

Robert De Mora

Costume Designer

Elina Desantos

Casting (Location)

Georgia Dobbins

Song ("Please Mr Postman")

Vaughn Edwards

Production Designer

Tom Ellison

2nd Assistant Director

Ken Ferris

Camera Operator

David Foster

Song Performer ("And When She Danced")

David Foster

Song; Song Producer ("And When She Danced" "Poison Ivy")

David Foster

Music

Robert J Franco

Set Decorator

William Garrett

Song ("Please Mr Postman")

Bob Gaudio

Song ("Sherry")

Johnny Gentile

Transportation Coordinator

Anthony Gibbs

Editor

Sherrye Gibbs

Assistant Editor

Theresa Giraldi

2nd Makeup

Freddy Gorman

Song ("Please Mr Postman")

Jack Hammer

Song ("Great Balls Of Fire")

Brian Holland

Song ("Please Mr Postman")

Will Hudson

Song ("Moonglow")

Sharon Ilson

Key Makeup

Antonio Carlos Jobim

Song ("Girl From Ipanema")

Christopher Kampmann

Production Assistant

Steven Kampmann

Screenwriter

Mary A Kelly

Script Supervisor

Tracy King

Production Assistant

Jim Koford

Sound Editor

Fred Lacey

Song ("Theme From Ernie")

Jerry Leiber

Song

Jerry Lee Lewis

Song Performer ("Great Balls Of Fire")

Richard Liebegott

Assistant (To Hank Moonjean)

Richard Liebegott

Production Coordinator

Robert J Litt

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Marilyn Martin

Song Performer ("And When She Danced")

Steve Maslow

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Suzanne Mccabe

Wardrobe Assistant

Ellis Mcdaniel

Song ("Bo Diddley")

Laura Medina

Production Manager

Laura J Medina

Production Manager

Eric Richard Mendelsohn

Wardrobe Assistant

Irving Mills

Song ("Moonglow")

Hank Moonjean

Producer

Scott A Moonjean

Production Assistant

Thom Mount

Producer

John C Newby

Gaffer

Rex North

Dolly Grip

Mark Peltzer

Property Master

Betsy Pollock

1st Assistant Director

Ingrid Price

Wardrobe Supervisor

Aaron F. Quarles

Hairstyles

Thomas Reeve

Property Master Assistant

Kevin Rockey

Foley

Scott Rosenstock

Key Set Dresser

Suzanne Ryan

Casting (Extras/New York)

Jefferson Sage

Art Direction Assistant

Andrew Schmetterling

Boom Operator

Eric Sherman

Technical Advisor

Heidi Shulman

Wardrobe Supervisor

Jeff Simon

Aerial Photography; Underwater Photography

Michelle Sommer

Property Master Assistant

Mike Stoller

Song ("Poison Ivy")

The Marvelettes

Song Performer ("Please Mr Postman")

The Shirelles

Song Performer ("Baby, It'S You")

Linda Thompson

Song ("And When She Danced")

Bonnie Timmermann

Casting

Casey Troutman

Foley

Jim Troutman

Sound Editor Supervisor

Jeff Tufano

1st Assistant Camera

Elliot Tyson

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Paul Wachter

2nd Grip

Joel Warren

Stills

Jeffrey Wetzel

2nd Assistant Director

Thomas Whiting

Adr Editor

Tony Whitman

Key Grip

William Wiggins

Special Effects Assistant

Barney Williams

Song ("Baby, It'S You")

Skip Williams

Sound Editor

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Romance
Drama
Sports
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Coast To Coast Catering, Inc.; Completion Bond Company Inc; D Bassett & Associates Inc; Greater Philadelphia Film Office; New Jersey Motion Picture/Tv Commission; Segue Music Inc; Sync Pop Inc; Van Der Veer Photo Effects
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution
Location
Point Pleasant, New Jersey, USA; Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Camden, New Jersey, USA; Gloucester City, New Jersey, USA; Island State Park, New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Articles

Stealing Home


An aging baseball player returns to his hometown after the suicide of a childhood friend.
Stealing Home

Stealing Home

An aging baseball player returns to his hometown after the suicide of a childhood friend.

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 26, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 5, 1989

Released in United States 1988

Released in United States August 10, 1988

Released in United States 1989

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.

Shown at Munich Film Festival June 24-July 2, 1989.

Directorial debut for both Steven Kampmann and Will Aldis.

Began shooting August 17, 1987.

Released in United States Summer August 26, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 5, 1989

Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.)

Released in United States August 10, 1988 (Premiered in Philadelphia August 10, 1988.)

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Munich Film Festival June 24-July 2, 1989.)