King of the Hill
|Release Date:||Aug 1993|
|Genres||Drama / History|
|Cast:||Jesse Bradford(Aaron Kurlander), Jeroen Krabbé(Mr. Kurlander), Lisa Eichhorn(Mrs. Kurlander), Karen Allen(Miss Mathey), Spalding Gray(Mr. Mungo), Elizabeth McGovern(Lydia), Cameron Boyd(Sullivan), Adrien Brody(Lester), Joe Chrest(Ben (as Joseph Chrest)), John McConnell(Patrolman Burns), Amber Benson(Ella McShane), Kristin Griffith(Mrs. McShane), Chris Samples(Billy Thompson), Peggy Freisen(Mrs. Thompson), Katherine Heigl(Christina Sebastian), John Durbin(Mr. Sandoz), Lauryn Hill(Elevator Operator), Jesse Zeigler(Jealous Kid), Remak Ramsay(Principal Stellwater), Fred Cherrick(Woodbine Owner), Joseph Patrick Moynihan(Woodbine Waiter (as Joseph Moynihan)), Don Richard(Mr. Farley), Mak Takano(Mr. Yano (as Mark Takano)), Craig Hawksley(Golfer in Orange Pants), Aelred Rosser(Older Golfer), Jason Feiner(Marble Bully #1), Jared Joplin(Marble Bully #2), David Jensen(Front Desk Clerk), Harry Governick(Second Policeman), Sarah Mermelstein(Girl at Graduation), Kimberly Jenkins(Girl at Party), Gabriel Levinson(Boy with Apple), Ron Yerxa(Donald Miller), Richard Alan Nichols(Bar Owner (uncredited)), Ron Vawter(Mr. Desot - Hotel Manager (uncredited)),|
Depression era movie. The protagonist is a little boy whose mother is forced into a sanitarium and father gets a job as a traveling salesman. The boy fends for himself in a seedy SRO hotel. The focus is on the boy's relationships with others and his struggle to survive.