|Release Date : Jul. 29, 1988 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★|
After being discharged from the Army Brian Flanagan moves back to Queens and takes a job in a bar run by Doug Coughlin who teaches Brian the fine art of bar-tending. Brian quickly becomes a patron favorite with his flashy drink-mixing style and Brian adopts his mentor's cynical philosophy on life and goes for the money.
Duration : 1 Hour 43 Minutes
|Cast and Crew :|
Robert Donley as Eddie | Andrea Doven as Dulcey | John Graham as Soldier | Richard Thorn as Soldier | Robert Greenberg as Job Interviewer | Harvey J. Alperin as Job Interviewer | Sandra Will as Job Interviewer | E. Hampton Beagle as Job Interviewer | Parker Whitman as Job Interviewer | Richard Livingston as Job Interviewer | Bill Bateman as Job Interviewer | Jean St. James as Job Interviewer | Rosalyn Marshall as Job Interviewer | Jeff Silverman as Job Interviewer | Rich Crater as Job Interviewer | Marykate Harris as Job Interviewer | Lew Saunders as Job Interviewer | Jack Newman as Economics Teacher | Diane Douglass as Mrs. Rivkin | George Sperdakos as English Teacher | David Chant as Chinese Porter | Dianne Heatherington as First Waitress | Arlene Mazerolle as Second Waitress | Paul Abbott as Snotty Customer | Ellen Maguire as Bar Patron | Larry Block as Bar Owner | Kelly Connell as Yuppie Poet | Reathel Bean as Tourist | Peter Boyden as Tourist | Luther Hansraj as Ambulance Attendant | Kenneth McGregor as Robert Powell the Sculptor | Liisa Repo-Martell as Young Couple in Deli | Adam Furfaro as Young Couple in Deli | Kim Nelles as Female Artist | James Mainprize as Butler | Gregg Baker as Bouncer | Jaap Broeker as Doorman (uncredited) | Vivian Palermo as Bar Patron (uncredited) | Garry Pastore as Well Dressed Man (uncredited) | Andrew Shue as Wedding Guest (uncredited) | Karen Starr as Bar Patron (uncredited) | Producer : Ted Field | Director : Roger Donaldson |