DirectorSavage Steve Holland Initial DVD releaseJune 1, 2004 Duration CountryUSA
Release dateMay 19, 1989 CastAnthony Edwards (Kip Hammett), Corey Parker (Marlon Browne), Lara Flynn Boyle (Jessica Kailo), Finn Carter (Nina Sachie), Gary Owens (Sports Announcer (voice)), Charles Rocket (Leo Whitman) Similar moviesTake Me Home Tonight (2011)
TaglineA horror story so intense, so barbaric, so frightening it will have you running for your local army recruiter.
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How I Got Into College is a 1989 romantic comedy film directed by Savage Steve Holland, starring Anthony Edwards, Corey Parker, and Lara Flynn Boyle and produced & released by 20th Century Fox. This is the film debut for then-future voice actor Tom Kenny.
The story follows a girl named Jessica (Lara Flynn Boyle) and her attempt to get into Ramsey College, a small college in Pennsylvania, and Marlon (Corey Parker), a boy who tries to get into Ramsey to pursue Jessica, whom he is in love with.
Anthony Edwards as Kip Hammett
Corey Parker as Marlon Browne
Lara Flynn Boyle as Jessica Kailo
Finn Carter as Nina Sachie
Charles Rocket as Leo Whitman
Christopher Rydell as Oliver
Brian Doyle-Murray as Coach Evans
Tichina Arnold as Vera Cook
Tom Kenny as "B"
Bill Raymond as Flutter
Phillip Baker Hall as Dean Patterson
Nicolas Coster as Dr. Phillip Jellinak, Sr.
Richard Jenkins as Bill Browne
Phil Hartman as Bennedict
Nora Dunn as Francine Bauer
Duane Davis as Ronny "Sure Hands" Rawlson
Diane Franklin as Sharon Browne
Robert Ridgely as George Kailo
Micole Mercurio as Betty Kailo
Rino Passaniti as Tuba Player 1
Keith "Beaker" Burrus as Tuba Player 2
Jeff "Barf" Griffith as Tuba Player 3
James Dickinson as Cymbal Player 1
Richard Steven Horvitz as Young Energizer
Bruce Wagner as "A"
Phill Lewis as Earnest Boy
Curtis Armstrong as Arcadia Bible Academy Recruiter
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes has rated it a 38%
The movie was not a box office success, making just $651,850 in its opening weekend from 743 theaters for an average of $877 per venue. It ended its run with only $1,642,239 domestically.