Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Mel Damski|
|Produced by||Jere Henshaw
|Written by||Noel Black|
|Music by||Barry De Vorzon|
|Cinematography||Donald E. Thorin|
|Edited by||O. Nicholas Brown|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
Mischief is a 1985 American teen comedy film starring Doug McKeon, Chris Nash, Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelly Preston. The film was directed by Mel Damski and written by Noel Black. The original music score was composed by Barry De Vorzon.
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In Nelsonville, Ohio, in 1956, the relationship between the introverted, clumsy Jonathan Bellah (McKeon) and the nonconformist, extroverted Eugene "Gene" Harbrough (Nash) begins to develop. Jonathan's main objective is to win over the sexy Marilyn McCauley (Preston), in spite of his shyness, while Gene has his own love life to maintain with his girlfriend Bunny Miller (Stewart)—as well as counseling Jonathan on how to attract women. Gene also has to defend himself from the class bully, Kenny (D.W. Brown), while trying to work out a borderline relationship with his widowed father, who has zero tolerance for his often wild escapades.
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