Finish Line

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1989
  • Running time: 95 min
Finish Line is a 1989 American made-for-television sports drama film starring real life father and son James and Josh Brolin. The movie also features Stephen Lang as a hard driving track coach and an early appearance by Mariska Hargitay as a student reporter. read more

Finish Line is a 1989 American made-for-television sports drama film starring real life father and son James and Josh Brolin. The movie also features Stephen Lang as a hard driving track coach and an early appearance by Mariska Hargitay as a student reporter. The film was released at a time when little was known about the harmful effects of steroids. It was originally broadcast on TNT on January 11, 1989.

Original Release

01/11/1989

US Release

01/11/1989

Cast

James Brolin Martin Shrevelow
Josh Brolin Glenn Shrevelow
Mariska Hargitay Lisa Karsh
Stanley M. Brooks Dr. Loeb
Grand L. Bush Mike Gray
Kristoff St. John Tito Landreau
John Finnegan Purdy Hall
Christopher Keyes Ray White
Billy Vera The Doormouse
Stephen Lang Coach Harkins
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

John Nicolella

Writers

Norman Morrill

Cast

James Brolin Martin Shrevelow
Josh Brolin Glenn Shrevelow
Mariska Hargitay Lisa Karsh
Stanley M. Brooks Dr. Loeb
Grand L. Bush Mike Gray
Kristoff St. John Tito Landreau
John Finnegan Purdy Hall
Christopher Keyes Ray White
Billy Vera The Doormouse
Stephen Lang Coach Harkins
Joe Jackson Milky
James Ray Dr. Willard
Owen Engelmann Athlete #2
Todd Gerimonte Athlete #1
Karen Saddington Instructor
Dave Weinkauf Official #2
Ed Ragozzino Dr. Weisman
Earl Ruttencutter Doctor
Norman Morrill Messenger
Melissa Heilman Enthusiastic Fan

Producers

Gerald W. Abrams Executive Producer
Peter Guber Executive Producer
Jon Peters Executive Producer
Jeff Wald Executive Producer
Stanley M. Brooks Producer
Norman Morrill Producer
William P. Owens Producer
David Zelon Producer

Editors

Douglas Ibold, Michael Renaud

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