Three for the Road (1987)

Three for the Road (1987)

The movie centers around Paul Tracy (Sheen), aide to a United States Senator (Raymond J. Barry), and who has political aspirations of his own. He is asked to transport Robin (Green), the Senator’s delinquent daughter, to an institution for girls. He asks his aspiring writer roommate T.S. (Ruck) to come along for the trip. Robin is initially drugged by her father and put unconscious into the back of their car, but as soon as she wakes up she tries everything and anything to escape.

Eventually a romance develops between Robin and Paul, and he begins to take her claims of her father’s abuse more seriously. Along the way they pick up Missy (Tefkin), a southern belle who has her eye on T.S. They make a detour to locate Robin’s estranged mother Blanche (Kellerman), hoping that Robin can live with her. Blanche refuses, clearly out of fear of the repercussions of her powerful ex-husband.

Three for the Road is a 1987 road trip themed comedy starring Charlie Sheen, Alan Ruck, Kerri Green, Sally Kellerman, Blair Tefkin, Raymond J. Barry, Alexa Hamilton, Bert Remsen, James Avery and Jackie Stewart.

Three for the Road Movie Poster (1987)

Three for the Road (1987)

Directed by: Bill Norton
Starring: Charlie Sheen, Alan Ruck, Kerri Green, Sally Kellerman, Blair Tefkin, Raymond J. Barry, Alexa Hamilton, Bert Remsen, James Avery, Jackie Stewart
Screenplay by: Richard Martini, Tim Metcalfe, Miguel Tejada-Flores
Production Design by: Linda Allen
Cinematography by: Stephen L. Posey
Film Editing by: Christopher Greenbury
Costume Design by: Hilary Wright
Set Decoration by: Linda Allen
Art Direction by: William Buck
Music by: Barry Goldberg
Distributed by: New Century-Vista
Release Date: April 10, 1987