Class 38 years old

The good news is, Jonathan's having his first affair. The bad news is, she's his roommate's mother!

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Naive Midwestern prep student Jonathan bonds with his more worldly roommate, Skip, who takes the small-town boy under his wing. At Skip's urging, the inexperienced Jonathan is emboldened to seek out older women in the cocktail lounges of nearby Chicago, where he meets and beds the alluring Ellen, who unfortunately turns out to be Skip's mother. The division between the friends is further deepened when a cheating scandal engulfs the school.

Credits

Class Cast

Name Character
Joan Cusack She was 20, now 59 years old as Julia
John Cusack He was 17, now 55 years old as Roscoe Maibaum
Jacqueline Bisset She was 38, now 77 years old as Ellen Burroughs
Virginia Madsen She was 21, now 60 years old as Lisa
Anna Maria Horsford She was 35, now 74 years old as Maggie
Alan Ruck He was 27, now 65 years old as Roger Jackson
Casey Siemaszko He was 22, now 61 years old as Doug
Rob Lowe He was 19, now 58 years old as Franklin 'Skip' Burroughs IV
Andrew McCarthy He was 20, now 59 years old as Jonathan Ogner
Stuart Margolin He was 43, now 82 years old as Balaban
Cliff Robertson He was 59, 88 years old when he died as Mr. Burroughs
Deborah Thalberg She was 19, now 58 years old as Susan
Rodney Pearson as Allen
Fern Persons She was 72, 101 years old when she died as Headmistress DeBroul
Remak Ramsay He was 46, now 85 years old as Kennedy

Class Crew

Name Department
Jim Kouf as Writer. He was 31 (now 70) years old Writing
Lewis John Carlino as Director. He was 51 (now 90) years old Directing
David Greenwalt as Associate Producer. He was 33 (now 72) years old Production
David Greenwalt as Writer. He was 33 (now 72) years old Writing
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Class (38 years)

The good news is, Jonathan's having his first affair. The bad news is, she's his roommate's mother!

  • Release day: Friday, July 22, 1983
  • Runtime: 98 minutes
  • Budget: 7000000.00
  • Revenue: 21600000.00