Stella Trailer

Stella Trailer (1990)

02 February 1990 Drama 109 mins

Barmaid Stella Claire (Bette Midler) and blueblood Stephen Dallas (Stephen Collins) have very little in common -- except they've fallen in love. When their relationship fails, Stella decides to raise the child they had, Jenny (Trini Alvarado), alone. But Jenny and Stella are far from the perfect mother-daughter pair. Jenny resents her coarse and vulgar parent, who, in the end, proves just how incredible a mother she really is.

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Bette Midler

as Stella Claire

John Goodman

as Ed Munn

Trini Alvarado

as Jenny Claire

Stephen Collins

as Stephen Dallas

Marsha Mason

as Janice Morrison

Eileen Brennan

as Mrs. Wilkerson

Linda Hart

as Debbie Whitman

Ben Stiller

as Jim Uptegrove

William McNamara

as Pat Robbins

John Bell

as Bob Morrison

Ashley Peldon

as Jenny (age 3)

Alisan Porter

as Jenny (age 8)


John Erman


International Releases Dates

United States 02 February 1990

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