A Matter of Degrees (1990)

Movie


A Matter of Degrees (1990)

A college student living in a commune decides that he doesn't want to go on to law school. When a corporation takes over the campus radio station, he decides to disrupt the graduation ceremonies.
USA
IMDb  5.1 /10
Creators
Director W.T. Morgan
Writer Randall Poster
Writer Jack Mason
Writer W.T. Morgan
Writer Jim Dunbar
Information
Release Date1990-01-22
Runtime1h 28mins
GenreComedy
Content RatingR (Restricted)
Awards2 nominations.
CompanyBackbeat Productions, Fox Lorber Features
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish
Za Za Dupre
Za Za Dupre
Baby Max
Maxwell Glass
Zeno Stefanos
Wells Dennard
Sarah Bork
Sarah Bork
Cynthia
Margaret Stassa
Margaret Stassa
Lisa
Frank Dell
Smart Student
Peter Downs
Harry Cooper
Harry Cooper
Babe
Christina Haag
Christina Haag
Isabelle Allen
Zeno's Assistant
Michael Balcanoff
Michael Balcanoff
Professor Eliot Eastman

A Matter of Degrees

A Matter of Degrees is a 1990 American comedy film directed by W.T. Morgan and written by Randall Poster, Jack Mason and W.T. Morgan. The film stars Za Za Dupre, Arye Gross, Tom Sizemore, Wendell Pierce, Judith Hoag and Sarah Bork. The film was released on September 13, 1991, by 20th Century Fox.


Plot

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Cast

  • Za Za Dupre as Baby Max
  • Arye Gross as Maxwell Glass
  • Tom Sizemore as Zeno Stefanos
  • Wendell Pierce as Wells Dennard
  • Judith Hoag as Kate Blum
  • Sarah Bork as Cynthia
  • Margaret Stassa as Lisa
  • Tom Gilroy as The Scuzz
  • Jim Dunbar as Frank Dell
  • Benny Benowitz as Smart Student
  • John Doe as Peter Downs
  • Harry Cooper as Babe
  • Christina Haag as Isabelle Allen
  • Michael Imperioli as Zeno's Assistant
  • Michael Balcanoff as Professor Eliot Eastman
  • Fred Schneider as Moonboy
  • Kate Pierson as Bambi
  • Gilbert McCauley as Roger
  • Kate Mailer as Nan
  • Wayne Chou as Stu
  • John F. Kennedy Jr. as Guitar Playing Romeo
  • Hope Nicholls as Band Leader
  • Fetchin' Bones as The Band
  • Jon Campbell as Swede
  • Brian Smiar as Dean Simon
  • Duncan B. Putney as Yuppie Student
  • George Gund IV as Student Server
  • Annette Miller as Mrs. Glass
  • Sanford Odets as Mr. Glass
  • Patricia Pellows as Aunt Bernice
  • Joseph R. Paolino as Graduation Speaker