Hey Babe! Trailer

Hey Babe! Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 101 mins

Theresa (Yasmine Bleeth) is an imaginative, rebellious orphan from Brooklyn, who has dreams of show business success. She tries outrageous schemes to launch herself into the public eye, until finally meeting a mentor, Sammy Cohen (Buddy Hackett), whose own career fizzled as a result of alcoholism.

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Yasmine Bleeth

as Theresa O'Brian

Buddy Hackett

as Sammy Cohen

Denise Proulx

as Miss Dolphine

Maruska Stankova

as Miss Wolf


International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1983

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The Meaning of Life Trailer (1983)

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Under Fire Trailer (1983)

21 October 1983

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Christine Trailer (1983)

09 December 1983

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Go for It Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983

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National Lampoon's Vacation Trailer (1983)

28 July 1983

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Still Smokin Trailer (1983)

06 May 1983

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WarGames Trailer (1983)

03 June 1983

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The Dead Zone Trailer (1983)

21 October 1983

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Scarface Trailer (1983)

08 December 1983

After getting a green card in exchange for assassinating a Cuban government official, Tony Montana stakes a claim on the drug trade in Miami.

The Star Chamber Trailer (1983)

05 August 1983

Disgusted with criminals escaping the judicial system via technicalities, an idealistic young judge investigates an alternative method for punishing the guilty.

Armageddon: The Great Battle with Genma Trailer (1983)

12 March 1983

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Flashdance Trailer (1983)

14 April 1983

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