Weekend Pass

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Weekend Pass
Weekend Pass.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Lawrence Bassoff
Produced by Michael D. Castle
Marilyn Jacobs Tenser
Screenplay by Lawrence Bassoff
Story by Mark Tenser
Music by John Baer
Cinematography Bryan England
Edited by Harry B. Miller III
Marimark Productions
Distributed by Crown International Pictures
Release date
February 3, 1984
Running time
92 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $21,058,000[1]

Weekend Pass is a 1984 comedy film written and directed by Lawrence Bassoff, based on a story by Mark Tenser.


Four Navy recruits fresh from boot camp graduation in San Diego spend a weekend pass together out on the town in Los Angeles before shipping out for further training.

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
Patrick Houser Webster Adams
Chip McAllister Bunker Hill
D.W. Brown Paul Fricker
Peter Ellenstein Lester Gidley
Pamela Kay Davis Tina Wells
Hilary Shapiro Cindy Hazard
Annette Sinclair Maxine
Daureen Collodel Heidi Henderson
Phil Hartman Joe Chicago

Production notes[edit]

Weekend Pass was shot on location in Los Angeles and Venice Beach, California.[2]


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