The Hotel New Hampshire1984

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The Hotel New Hampshire
Directed by:
Tony Richardson

"The Hotel New Hampshire" (also known as "Hotel New Hampshire, Das") is a Comedy/Drama/Romance film directed by Tony Richardson, and written by Tony Richardson (screenplay), released on March 09 of 1984 in the USA . Rob Lowe and Jodie Foster are starring, alongside Paul McCrane, Beau Bridges, Lisa Banes and Seth Green.

If you experienced "The World According To Garp" and found it witty, delightful and totally unpredictable, then be happily surprised all over again when you join the fun and games that go on at the...Hotel New Hampshire

Who is the director of "The Hotel New Hampshire":

The Hotel New Hampshire was directed by Tony Richardson, an English director, writer, producer, and actor.

Before The Hotel New Hampshire, Tony Richardson had directed The Border, released in 1982, Joseph Andrews (1977), Mahogany (1975), Dead Cert (1974), A Delicate Balance (1973), and Ned Kelly (1970). Since, he directed Blue Sky, released in 1994.

What was the release date of "The Hotel New Hampshire":

The Hotel New Hampshire was initally released in the United States on Friday, March 09, 1984. Also released on this day were Children of the Corn (dir. Fritz Kiersch), Killpoint (dir. Frank Harris), and Splash (dir. Ron Howard). This was thirty-five (35) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, March 09, 1984 in Canada; Wednesday, September 05, 1984 in France; Friday, February 22, 1985 in Germany and on Saturday, July 12, 1986 in Japan.

What is the cast of "The Hotel New Hampshire":

At the casting of The Hotel New Hampshire we find Rob Lowe, previously seen in Class (1983) and The Outsiders (1983); Jodie Foster (Carny (1980), Foxes (1980)); Paul McCrane (Fame (1980), Rocky II (1979)) [ more... ]

  • Rob Lowe and Seth Green can both be seen in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, released in 1997.
  • Norris Domingue and Richard Jutras also appeared in Salt on Our Skin, released in 1992.

What is the Storyline of "The Hotel New Hampshire":

The Hotel New Hampshire is narrated by John Berry (Rob Lowe) and opens in flashback to the time when his parents met and fell in love while working summer jobs at a New England hotel around World War II. They are brought together by Freud (Wallace Shawn), a European refugee who travels with a performing bear.

In the 1950s, Win Berry (Beau Bridges) and his wife (Lisa Banes) have five children, John (Rob Lowe), Franny (Jodie Foster), Frank (Paul McCrane), Lilly (Jennifer Dundas), and Egg (Seth [...]

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