The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)

The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)

Taglines: He’s The King Of The Badlands… The Rebel Of The Road…

Rupert Marshetta and his accomplice and lover Carla kidnap Rupert’s father to gain access to family money, but nobody in the family wants his father back. They find out that his father has already sold the land without the knowledge of his family. The police arrest Pam, but they cannot find Rupert and his father. He takes his father to the mine, where police find them before he fits an explosive device to break open the portable toilet where he thinks his father has hidden the money. Everybody escapes the explosion.

The Prince of Pennsylvania is a 1988 comedic drama starring Fred Ward, Keanu Reeves, Bonnie Bedelia, Amy Madigan, Jay O. Sanders, Jeff Hayenga, Tracey Ellis, Joseph De Lisi, Lauren Camp and Demetria Mellot. The Academy Award–nominated composer Thomas Newman wrote the music. It was filmed in and around Pittsburgh.

The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)

The Prince of Pennsylvania Movie Poster (1988)

The Prince of Pennsylvania (1988)

Directed by: Ron Nyswaner
Starring: Fred Ward, Keanu Reeves, Bonnie Bedelia, Amy Madigan, Jay O. Sanders, Jeff Hayenga, Tracey Ellis, Joseph De Lisi, Lauren Camp, Demetria Mellot
Screenplay by: Ron Nyswaner
Production Design by: Toby Corbett
Cinematography by: Frank Prinzi
Film Editing by: William S. Scharf
Costume Design by: Carol Wood
Set Decoration by: Marleen Marta
Art Direction by: Steve Arnold
Music by: Thomas Newman
Distributed by: Fine Line Features
Release Date: September 16, 1988