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Max Dugan Returns Details


Max Dugan (Jason Robards Jr.) is an elderly ne'er-do-well whose tenuous mob connections have made him persona non grata with his daughter [[Performer~P46247~Marsha Mason~marshamason]]. Struggling to raise her restless son [[Performer~P8627~Matthew Broderick~matthewbroderick]] on her own, Mason is none too pleased when Max returns to the family fold with yet another portfolio of get-rich-quick schemes. Forced to leave town due to the investigative habits of cop [[Performer~P69192~Donald Sutherland~donaldsutherland]], Mason's new boyfriend, Max does one last good deed to renew the faith of the disillusioned-with-life Broderick. Watch for [[Performer~P69192~Donald Sutherland's~donaldsutherland]] son Kiefer in his film debut, and for former Kansas City Royals' batting coach [[Performer~P40736~Charlie Lau~charleylau]] in the baseball-game finale. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Marsha Mason
as Nora McPhee
Jason Robards, Jr.
as Max Dugan
Donald Sutherland
as Brian Costello
Matthew Broderick
as Michael McPhee
Dody Goodman
as Mrs. Litke
Sal Viscuso
as Coach Roy
Panchito Gomez
as Luis
Ray Girardin
as Umpire
Robert Darcy
as Cabbie
Jim Staahl
as Man in Shoe Store
Joey Coleman
as 3rd Baseman
Lydia Nicole
as Celia
Mari Gorman
as Pat
Santos Morales
as Grocer
Sondra Blake
as Teacher
Tessa Richarde
as Blonde in Shoe Store
Tom Fridley
as Steve
Tom Spratley
as Truck Washer
David Morse
as Shoe Store Cop
Kiefer Sutherland
as Bill Costello
Billie Bird
as Older Woman
Thomas Rosales, Jr.
as Robber
Irene Olga Lopez
as His Wife
Shelley Morrison
as Mother
Brian Part
as Kevin
Charley Lau
as Himself
Frank D'Annibale
as Bears' Coach


Herbert Ross
Herbert Ross
Neil Simon
Roger M. Rothstein
Neil Simon
David Shire
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Marks
Albert Brenner
Production Designer
David M. Haber
Art Director
Roger M. Rothstein
Executive Producer
Kandy Stern
Set Designer
Bob Mackie
Costume Designer
Jack Roe
First Assistant Director