My Son Johnny 30 years old

My Son Johnny

Anthony Cortino lives with his mother in a quiet suburb. His father is dead, and his violent criminal brother is a long way off, in the city, and if Anthony has his way, that's where he will stay. However, Johnny runs into trouble with the police in the city, and when he asks to come home, his mother agrees, despite Anthony's objections. A reign of terror begins for Anthony then, for as long as Johnny is around, Anthony is never safe, and never has been.

Credits

My Son Johnny Cast

Name Character
Rip Torn He was 60, 88 years old when he died as Brian Stansbury
Molly Parker She was 19, now 50 years old as Lori Spoda
Candus Churchill as Jury Foreman
Mark Hildreth He was 13, now 44 years old as Johnny, age 12
Ricky Schroder He was 21, now 52 years old as Johnny
Gabe Khouth He was 19, 46 years old when he died as Danny Bramante
Michele Lee She was 49, now 80 years old as Mary Anne
Ken Pogue He was 57, 81 years old when he died as Judge Burke
Corin Nemec He was 20, now 50 years old as Anthony
Gwynyth Walsh She was 35, now 66 years old as Janet David
Johnny Cuthbert He was 87, 83 years old when he died as Frankie Hines
Lawrence King-Phillips as Nick Chillens
Tom McBeath He was 33, now 64 years old as Det. Morgan
Mina E. Mina as Dr. Fox
Mariangela Pino She was 38, now 69 years old as Rhoda Cortina
Stephen Dimopoulos as Louie Cortino

My Son Johnny Crew

Name Department
Douglas Higgins as Production Design. Art
John A. Martinelli as Editor. Editing
Charles Porlier as Makeup Department Head. He was 30 (now 61) years old Costume & Make-Up
Kathleen Detoro as Costume Design. She was 33 (now 64) years old Costume & Make-Up
Ron Orieux as Director of Photography. Camera
Dana Kaproff as Original Music Composer. He was 37 (now 68) years old Sound
Michael O. Gallant as Producer. Production
Peter Nelson as Writer. He was 32 (now 63) years old Writing
Peter Levin as Director. He was 90 (now 121) years old Directing
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My Son Johnny (30 years)

  • Release day: Sunday, November 10, 1991
  • Runtime: 90 minutes