Illegally Yours

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Illegally Yours
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Theatrical poster
Directed by Peter Bogdanovich
Produced by Peter Bogdanovich
Steve Foley (associate producer)
Written by Max Dickens
M.A. Stewart
Starring Rob Lowe
Colleen Camp
Jessica James
Rick Jason
Kenneth Mars
Marshall Colt
Kim Myers
Ira Heiden
Music by Phil Marshall
Cinematography Dante Spinotti
Edited by Richard Fields
Ronald Krehel
Distributed by United Artists
(USA & Canada)
De Laurentiis Entertainment Group
(International)
Release dates
  • May 13, 1988 (1988-05-13)
Running time 102 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $11 million
Box office $259,019

Illegally Yours is a 1988 comedy film[1] set in St. Augustine, Florida where a series of comic mishaps take place involving a blackmailer, a corpse, an incriminating audiotape, an innocent woman who accidentally picks up the tape, and a pair of teenage blackmail victims. The film was directed by Peter Bogdanovich[1] with Rob Lowe[1] starring as Richard Dice, the college dropout who came back home to get his act together. The film's theme song was performed by Johnny Cash.

The film was a critical and commercial failure. Bogdanovich himself considers this movie one of his worst; in an interview, he stated, "I'm not positive, but it just might be my penance for getting on the bad side of all those studio execs while shooting Mask, three years earlier."[citation needed]

Main cast[edit]

Actor Role
Rob Lowe Richard Dice
Colleen Camp Molly Gilbert
Kenneth Mars Hal B. Keeler
L.B. Straten Sharon Woolrich
Harry Carey, Jr. Wally Finnegan
Kim Myers Suzanne Keeler
Marshall Colt Donald Cleary
Rick Jason Freddie Boneflecker
Jessica James Mrs. Evelyn Dice
Linda MacEwen Ruth Harrison
George Morfogen Judge Norman Meckel
Ira Heiden Andrew Dice

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