My Favorite Year (1982)
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Release Date: Oct 1, 1982 Wide
Average Rating: 3.8/5
User Ratings: 4,516
In Richard Benjamin's directorial debut, Mark Linn-Baker stars as Benjy Stone, junior writer on the popular 1950s TV comedy/variety series The King Kaiser Show. Kaiser (Joseph Bologna)'s guest star this week is Hollywood matinee idol Alan Swann (Peter O'Toole), a swashbuckling Errol Flynn type, right down to his indiscriminate womanizing and fondness for mass quantities of booze. Stone is assigned to keep the actor out of trouble during rehearsals and deliver him sober to the performance.
Oct 1, 1982 Wide
Jul 9, 2002
MGM Home Entertainment
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Peter O'Toole received an Oscar nomination for playing an eccentric womanizer and boozy star (modeled on Errol Flynn) in this charming comedy set in the 1950s.
Wildly enjoyable comedy with great O'Toole performance.
Audience Reviews for My Favorite Year
- Belle Carroca: Welcome to our humble chapeau.
- Benjy Stone: Two years at the Sorbonne and she still can't get it right.
- Benjy Stone: [about to throw up] Mr. Swann, I think I am going to be unwell.
- Alan Swann: Stone, women are unwell, men vomit.
- Alan Swann: I'm not an actor; I'm a movie star!
- King Kaiser: [to Boss Rojeck] We never cut funny!
- Alan Swann: [unzipping his fly to urinate] So is this madam. But every now and then I need to run some water through it.
- Alan Swann: There's OUT, and there's out.
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