Love, Mary Trailer

Love, Mary Trailer (1985)

08 October 1985 Drama 120 mins

A teen (Kristy McNichol), who is always in trouble in school and has been sent to reform school, turns her life around when a counselor (Rachel Ticotin) discovers she is dyslexic.

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Kristy McNichol

as Mary Groda-Lewis

Matt Clark

as Fannie Groda

David Paymer

as David Lewis

Rachel Ticotin

as Rachel Martin

Piper Laurie

as Christine Groda

Wayne Robson

as Dr. Sitton

Dorothy Dells

as Beatrice Symes

David Sage

as Dr. Miller

Romy Windsor

as Jeanine

Lycia Naff

as Delia

David Faustino

as Christopher

Ron Recasner

as Bernard Fuller

Tamu Blackwell

as Eugenia


Stanley Hough

Stanley Hough Supervising Producer

Frank Stanley

Frank Stanley Director of Photography

Michael S. Bolton

Michael S. Bolton Art Direction

Susan Boyd

Susan Boyd Hair Designer

Sandy Cooper

Sandy Cooper Makeup Artist

Phyllis Newman

Phyllis Newman Makeup Artist

Cosmas P. Bolger

Cosmas P. Bolger Post-Production Manager

Fitch Cady

Fitch Cady Unit Production Manager

Bill Thumm

Bill Thumm Property Master

Lee Knippelberg

Lee Knippelberg Assistant Director

Peter Schindler

Peter Schindler Assistant Director

International Releases Dates

United States 08 October 1985

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