Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
Front Cover Actor
Robin Williams A2C Adrian Cronauer
Forest Whitaker Pfc. Montesque Garlick
Tung Thanh Tran Tuan (aka Phan Duc To)
Chintara Sukapatana Trinh
Bruno Kirby 2nd Lt. Steven Hauk
Robert Wuhl SSgt. Marty Lee Dreiwitz
J.T. Walsh Sgt. Maj. Phillip 'Dick' Dickerson
Noble Willingham Brig. Gen. Taylor
Richard Edson Pvt. Abersold
Juney Smith Sgt. Phil McPherson
Richard Portnow Dan 'The Man' Levitan
Floyd Vivino Eddie Kirk
Cu Ba Nguyen Jimmy Wah, Owner Jimmy Wah's
Dan Stanton Censor #1 (SSgt.)
Don Stanton Censor #2 (SSgt.)
Danny Aiello III MP #1
John Marshall Jones MP #2 (as J.J.)
James McIntire Sergeant #1 at Jimmy Wah's
Peter Mackenzie Sergeant #2 at Jimmy Wah's
No Tran Vietnamese Student
Hoa Nguyen Vietnamese Student
Uikey Kuay Vietnamese Student
Suvit Abakaz Vietnamese Student
Panas Wiwatpanachat Vietnamese Student
Lerdcharn Namkiri Vietnamese Student
Hanh Hi Nguyen Vietnamese Student
Tuan Lai Vietnamese Student
Boonchai Jakraworawut Vietnamese Student
Joe B. Veokeki Vietnamese Student
Wichien Chaopramong Vietnamese Student
Kien Chufak Vietnamese Student
Prasert Tangpantarat Vietnamese Student
Tim O'Hare Convoy Soldier
John Goyer Convoy Soldier
Louis Hood Convoy Soldier
Christopher Mangan Convoy Soldier
Kenneth Pitochelli Convoy Soldier
Jonathan MacLeod Convoy Soldier
Gregg T. Knight Convoy Soldier
Ralph Tabakin Chaplain
Bruce "Bruno" Kirby, Jr. Lt. Steven Hauk
Louis Di Giaimo MP
Marie Rowe Sgt. at Jimmy Wah's
Greg Knight Convoy Soldier
Sangad Sangkao Viet Cong Leader in Jungle
Movie Details
Genre Comedy; Drama; War
Director Barry Levinson
Producer Larry Brezner; Mark Johnson
Writer Mitch Markowitz
Studio Buena Vista Pictures
Language English
Audience Rating R (Restricted)
Running Time 119 mins
Country USA
Color Color
Plot
Barry Levinson (Wag the Dog) directed this comedy-drama about an Armed Forces Radio disc jockey (Robin Williams) whose manic, hilarious delivery from a studio in 1965 Saigon gives U.S. troops in the field a morale boost (while upsetting military brass). Based on the real-life experiences of deejay Adrian Cronauer, the film is actually more concept than story: put Williams in front of a microphone and let him go nuts. Still, the surrounding stuff about the influence upon Cronauer of the endless deaths among his listeners--as Cronauer tries to stay funny while feeling the mounting losses--is affecting. Williams got a much-deserved Oscar nomination for his work. --Tom Keogh
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 64
In Collection Yes
Owner David Cowley
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
UPC 717951000736
Release Date 2002
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Color Closed-captioned Widescreen
Links
Internet Movie Database