Three O'Clock High

Three O'Clock High

Casey Siemaszko
Director: Phil Joanou Cast: Casey Siemaszko
Casey Siemaszko
, Anne Ryan
Anne Ryan
, Stacey Glick
Stacey Glick
Phil Joanou

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The first feature film from director Phil Joanou (State of Grace), Three O' Clock High chronicles a high school nerd's much hyped after-school bout with the infamous class bully. When the impish Jerry Mitchell (Casey Siemaszko) is assigned to interview the new transfer student with a supposedly violent past, Buddy Revell (Richard Tyson), he makes the fatal mistake of touching his subject. Revell, who hates being touched, responds by challenging the unwilling Mitchell to a fight at three o'clock in the parking lot. Spanning the course of the school day, the film follows the disaster-bound Mitchell as he soils his good-boy image through various misguided attempts at averting the fight. Also making noteworthy appearances in the film are Jeffrey Tambor and Philip Baker Hall. ~ Rachel Deahl

Product Details

Release Date: 10/17/2017
UPC: 0826663180299
Original Release: 1987
Rating: PG-13
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:37:00
Sales rank: 23,716

Special Features

Audio commentary with director Phil Joanou; "Head of the Class" - an interview with Phil Joanou; "Passing the Test" - interviews with screenwriters Richard Christian Matheson and Tom Szollosi; "School Clothes" - an interview with costume designer Jane Ruhm; Theatrical Trailer; Still Gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Casey Siemaszko Jerry Mitchell
Anne Ryan Franny Perrins
Stacey Glick Brei Mitchell
Jonathan Wise Vincent Costello
Richard Tyson Buddy Revell
Jeffrey Tambor Mr. Rice
Liza Morrow Karen Clarke
Philip Baker Hall Detective Mulvahill
John Ryan Mr. O'Rourke
Scott Tiler Bruce Chalmer
Guy Massey Scott Cranston
Theron Read Mark Bojeekus
Mike Jolly Craig Mattey
Charles Macauley Voytek Dolinski
Mitch Pileggi Duke Herman
E. Katherine Kerr Mrs. Phillips
Caitlin O'Heaney Miss Farmer
Vivian Brown Miss Vail
John Rothman Mr. Medved
Shirley Stoler Eva
Alice Nunn Nurse Palmer
Brian Andrews Nerdy Kid
Bob Apisa Cop #1
Paul Feig Hall Monitor
Yeardley Smith Cheerleader
Tom Taylor Jock #3

Technical Credits
Phil Joanou Director
Tom Bugenhaven Production Designer
John Davis Co-producer
Joe Anne Fogle Editor
Christopher Franke Score Composer
Alan Greisman Executive Producer
Neal Israel Co-producer
Silvester Levay Score Composer
Richard Christian Matheson Screenwriter
William Matthews Production Designer
Jane Ruhm Costumes/Costume Designer
Barry Sonnenfeld Cinematographer
Aaron Spelling Executive Producer
Thomas Szollosi Screenwriter
Tangerine Dream Score Composer
David E. Vogel Producer

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Three O'Clock High 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film was shot at my high school during my freshman year. It was really neat to see how the movie was filmed and to see my old classmates in it once it was finished. A true classic. If you like movies like ''The Breakfast Club'' and ''Sixteen Candles'' you'll enjoy this film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I concur with the last review citing outstanding cinematography. Possibly the best I have seen as well. I am amazed that this did not become more of a mainstream hit. Pick it up and you will not regret it...
Guest More than 1 year ago
My sister and I have loved this movie since it debuted. I have been looking everwhere for a copy. I can't wait to receive my copies. I only wish they had it on DVD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Janou uses classic cinematographic tricks better than any other director/cinematographer I've ever seen. He creates tension by approaching his subject quickly with the camera while simultaneously zooming out - GREAT EFFECT. This sorely underrated, light-hearted comedy masterpiece deserves a widescreen format DVD production. I'm waiting...