Brighton Beach Memoirs

1986

Brighton Beach Memoirs

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Total Count: 12

80%

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Movie Info

Brighton Beach Memoirs is the first of playwright Neil Simon's unofficial "autobiographical trilogy" (it was followed by Biloxi Blues and Broadway Bound). Jonathan Silverman repeats his stage role as Simon's teenaged alter-ego Eugene, who lives in 1937 Brooklyn with his parents (Blythe Danner and Bob Dishy), older brother Stanley (Brian Drillinger), aunt (Judith Ivey) and female cousins (Stacey Glick and Lisa Waltz). Much is made of Eugene's burgeoning sexual self-awareness and his father's efforts to support his huge extended family on his meager salary.

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Cast

Jonathan Silverman
as Eugene Morris Jerome
Judith Ivey
as Blanche
Fyvush Finkel
as Greenblatt
Kathleen Doyle
as Mrs. Laski
Alan Weeks
as Andrew
Marilyn Cooper
as Woman in Street
Edgard Mourino
as Stunt Driver
Jason Alexander
as Pool Player
Christian Baskous
as Pool Player
Brian Evers
as Policeman
Ed Deacy
as Policeman
Wanda Bimson
as Dance Teacher
Richard Bright
as Recruiting Sergeant
James Handy
as Frank Murphy
Bette Henritze
as Mrs. Murphy
Steven Hill
as Mr. Stroheim
David Margulies
as Mr. Farber
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Critic Reviews for Brighton Beach Memoirs

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Audience Reviews for Brighton Beach Memoirs

  • Nov 18, 2008
    I remember watching this on HBO when I was a kid. Can't remember exactly what it was about except that Jon Silverman hooked up with someones wife...HEY I was 13 so that was all I was thinking about anyway.
    Chad R Super Reviewer
  • Jan 16, 2008
    This is the childhood of the 'Biloxi Blues'character Eugene Morris Jerome (who was always writing in his diary). This movie was ok but I preferred 'Biloxi Blues' better.
    Super Reviewer

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