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Sequel to 1973's acclaimed '50s homage "American Graffiti" charts various characters' experiences in the more radical '60s. George Lucas didn't direct, Richard Dreyfuss didn't reprise. Ron Howard doesn't direct, he acts. B.W.L. Norton doesn't direct either, though he's credited. Pass on this one and have that root canal done instead.

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Available on Running time 111 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Comedy Drama, Anthology, Vietnam War, Period Piece: 1960s, Coming of Age, Producers: George Lucas
Screenplay
Gloria Katz, Willard Huyck
Cast
Delroy Lindo, James Houghton, John Lansing, Mary Kay Place, Rosanna Arquette, Jon(athan) Gries, Naomi Judd, Harrison Ford, Candy Clark, Bo Hopkins, Ron Howard, Paul LeMat, MacKenzie Phillips, Charles Martin Smith, Anna Bjorn, Richard Bradford, Cindy Williams, Scott Glenn
Cinematography
Caleb Deschanel
Director
Bill W.L. Norton
Producer
Lucasfilm Ltd., Mark Huffam

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Nicholle

The year is 1962 and sock hops, Mel's drive-in and Inspiration Point is the place to go when you want to go have fun when you are a teenager. Four best friends have just graduated high school and are trying to enjoy their last days of summer before they leave for college. The final night has arrived and Curt (Richard Dreyfuss), Steve (Ron Howard), John (Paul LeMat), and Terry (Charles Smith)want to make it the best night to remember. They all meet at Mel's Drive-In to start their night off. Most of the movie revolves around this one night. This 1973 movie is a good show about teenagers making the tough decision about their futures and the actors do a great job!

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Nicholle

The year is 1962 and sock hops, Mel's drive-in and Inspiration Point is the place to go when you want to go have fun when you are a teenager. Four best friends have just graduated high school and are trying to enjoy their last days of summer before they leave for college. The final night has arrived and Curt (Richard Dreyfuss), Steve (Ron Howard), John (Paul LeMat), and Terry (Charles Smith)want to make it the best night to remember. They all meet at Mel's Drive-In to start their night off. Most of the movie revolves around this one night. This 1973 movie is a good show about teenagers making the tough decision about their futures and the actors do a great job!