I Was a Teenage TV Terrorist (1985) - Rotten Tomatoes

I Was a Teenage TV Terrorist (1985)





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The foibles of bad TV are meant to be the fuel that fires this routine comedy, but it is rather a low-octane mix. Two high schoolers, Paul (Adam Nathan) and Donna (Julie Hanlon) steal a camera and run away to work in Paul's father's TV station -- where their kleptomania continues. Their supervisor is out of any mental bounds, and after several offshoots in many directions the couple decides to form a terrorist group to clear the airwaves of pollution. By then, the various offshoots have grown into a tangled underbrush that takes a heroic and long, discursive effort to trim into an ending.


Julie Hanlon
as Donna Rose
Adam Nathan
as Paul Pierce
Mikhail Druhan
as Miss Murphy
Walt Willey
as Bill Johnson
Saul Alpiner
as Frank Romance
Michael Griffith
as Marcel Pederewsky
Natalie O'Connell
as Woman on Audition Line
Warren Shapiro
as Officer Mitchell
Marilyn Kray
as Paul's Mother
Tony Kruk
as Donna's Father
Howard Korder
as Drama Teacher
Edmund Loughlin
as Varick Vandam
Joel Buzz Von Ornsteiner
as Asparagus Director
Russ Pennington
as Clint Richardson
Dawn Brezezinski
as Interviewer
Cheryl Josephson
as Becky Sue Stone
Voss Finn
as Officer O'Toole
Tracey Jibara
as Numbers Girl
Kevin McDonough
as Policeman
Mike Atkin
as Bodyguard
Suzanne Rees
as Asparagu
Jami Simon
as Asparagu
Amy McLellan
as Reporter
Kate Green
as Reporter
James Sheenan
as Reporter
John A. MacKay
as John Reid
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