My Favorite Year Solarmovie

My Favorite Year (1982)


New York City, 1954: Benjy Stone is the junior writer on the top rated variety/comedy show. His idol Alan Swann, an actor with a drinking problem, is to be that week's guest star.

My Favorite Year Solarmovie
Solarmovie Score: 7.3/10 from 55 votes
Release Date: 1982-10-01
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Production Studio : Brooksfilms, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Country: United States of America


Peter O'Toole
as Alan Swann
Mark Linn-Baker
as Benjy Stone
Jessica Harper
as K.C. Downing
Joseph Bologna
as King Kaiser
Bill Macy
as Sy Benson
Lainie Kazan
as Belle Carroca
Anne De Salvo
as Alice Miller
Basil Hoffman
as Herb Lee
Lou Jacobi
as Uncle Morty
Adolph Green
as Leo Silver
Tony DiBenedetto
as Alfie Bumbacelli
George Wyner
as Myron Fein
Selma Diamond
as Lil
Cameron Mitchell
as Karl Rojeck
Jenny Neumann
as Connie
Corinne Bohrer
as Bonnie
George Marshall Ruge
as Lord Drummond / Featured Player
Amanda Horan Kennedy
as Lady Eleanor
John Welsh
as Cubby Brown
Richard Brestoff
as Stage Manager / Featured Player
Jed Mills
as Member #1 / Featured Player
Ted Grossman
as Harris / Featured Player
Teresa Ganzel
as Dumpling / Featured Player
Philip Bruns
as Fed. Marshal Holt / Featured Player
Archie Hahn
as Delivery Boy / Featured Player
Karen Haber
as Vivian / Featured Player
Priscilla Kovary
as Priscilla
Eleanor C. Heutschy
as Gossip Columnist
Peter Eastman
as Maitre D'
Fox Harris
as Curt / Featured Player
as Andrea
Howard George
as Artie / Featured Player
Bob Windsor
as Alvin Horn / Featured Player
Gloria Stuart
as Mrs. Horn
Clyde McLeod
as Club Dancer
Harry Bill Roberts
as Orchestra Leader
Ramon Sison
as Rookie Carroca / Featured Player
Annette Robyns
as Sadie
Pearl Shear
as Mrs. Kessler
Stanley Brock
as Mr. Berkowitz
Martin Garner
as Mr. Cantor
John Medici
as Scalfoni
Robert G. Denison
as Stockbroker #1 / Featured Player
John Christy Ewing
as Stockbroker #2 / Featured Player
Vincent Sardi Jr.
as Policeman
Cady McClain
as Tess
Norman Steinberg
as Sandy
Richard Warwick
as Technical Director
Rex Benson
as Makeup Man
Denver Mattson
as Thug #1
George Fisher
as Thug #2
Bob Terhune
as Thug #3
Nick Dimitri
as Thug #4
Phil Adams
as Stagehand #1
Richard E. Butler
as Stagehand #2
Vince Brocato
as Walla Walla (voice)
Lana Clarkson
as Girl in Old Gold Cigarette Pack


Camera Gerald Hirschfeld Director of Photography
Editing Richard Chew Editor
Production Michael Gruskoff Producer
Directing Richard Benjamin Director
Production Art Levinson Associate Producer
Sound Ralph Burns Original Music Composer
Writing Norman Steinberg Screenplay
Writing Dennis Palumbo Screenplay
Writing Dennis Palumbo Story