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Michael Keaton plays a famous Chicago-based hockey player who befriends trouble-prone teenager Ajay Naidu (after Naidu's gang has tried to mug him!) He also extends the hand of friendship to Naidu's mother Maria Conchita Alonso, a friendship that blossoms into a physical relationship. Too self-centered to make a commitment to Alonso, Keaton tries to break things off, but Naidu won't let him go so easily. This seemingly frivolous situation is underscored by the more serious efforts of Alonso to make a better life for herself and her son. The comic and dramatic elements of Touch and Go never quite jell, but the winning performances of the three main characters help gloss over the film's unevenness. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Release date:August 22, 1986

Cast

Michael Keaton
as Bobby Barbato
Maria Conchita Alonso
as Denise DeLeon
Ajay Naidu
as Louis DeLeon
Maria Tucci
as Dee Dee
Max Wright
as Lester
Jere Burns
as Levesque
Lara Jill Miller
as Courtney
D.V. DeVincentis
as Lupo
Jean Bates
as Lady at Mortuary
Scott Berg
as Chicago Eagle
John Blom
as Chicago Eagle
Vincent Carter
as Chicago Eagle
Bob Clasby
as Chicago Eagle
Allan Cleland
as Opposing Team
Claude Cohen
as Chicago Eagle
Craig Cullen
as Opposing Team
Cynthia Cypert
as Girl in Bar
Robert Destocki
as Opposing Team
Dennis Gilbert
as Opposing Team
Jay Green
as Opposing Team
Ian Hendry
as Opposing Team
Blair Hughes
as Opposing Team
Mark Jacobs
as Reporter
Michael F. Kelley
as Chicago Eagle
Michael Koble
as Opposing Team
Wayne McGinnis
as Official
Edward Mertz
as Opposing Team
Bill Morrison
as Bar Patron
Douglas Newsham
as Opposing Team
Tim O'Donnell
as Official
Ron Pace
as Bar Patron
Adam Peck
as Chicago Eagle
Ron Presson
as Bus Driver
Eric Repas
as Chicago Eagle
Alex Ross
as Variety Store Owner
Ron Stokes
as Sportscaster
Robert Udell
as Chicago Eagle
Victor Venasky
as Chicago Eagle
Mike Wehrmann
as Chicago Eagle
Jack White
as Chicago Eagle
Lynda Wiesmeier
as Girl in Bar
Earl Boen
as Waiter
Drake Collier
as Doorman
Nick de Mauro
as Maintenance Man
Steve Pink
as Green
Charlotte Ross
as Courtney's Girl Friend
Richard Venture
as Bower
Michael Zelniker
as McDonald
John Reilly
as Jerry Pepper
Allan Cleland
as Opposing Team
Adam Peck
as Chicago Eagle
Richard Venture
as Bower
Robert Destocki
as Opposing Team
John Reilly
as Jerry Pepper
Eric Repas
as Chicago Eagle
Steve Pink
as Green
Lynda Wiesmeier
as Girl in Bar
Claude Cohen
as Chicago Eagle
Ian Hendry
as Opposing Team
Ron Pace
as Bar Patron
Ron Stokes
as Sportscaster
Jay Green
as Opposing Team
Robert Udell
as Chicago Eagle
Nick de Mauro
as Maintenance Man
Wayne McGinnis
as Official
Bill Morrison
as Bar Patron
Edward Mertz
as Opposing Team
John Blom
as Chicago Eagle
Michael Zelniker
as McDonald
Tim O'Donnell
as Official
Victor Venasky
as Chicago Eagle
Cynthia Cypert
as Girl in Bar
Mike Wehrmann
as Chicago Eagle
Alex Ross
as Variety Store Owner
Mark Jacobs
as Reporter
Craig Cullen
as Opposing Team
Ron Presson
as Bus Driver
Michael F. Kelley
as Chicago Eagle
Blair Hughes
as Opposing Team
Douglas Newsham
as Opposing Team
Bob Clasby
as Chicago Eagle
Jean Bates
as Lady at Mortuary
Vincent Carter
as Chicago Eagle
Scott Berg
as Chicago Eagle
Charlotte Ross
as Courtney's Girl Friend
Michael Koble
as Opposing Team
Drake Collier
as Doorman
Earl Boen
as Waiter
Dennis Gilbert
as Opposing Team
Jack White
as Chicago Eagle

Crew

Robert Mandel
Director
Stephen Friedman
Producer
Harry Colomby
Producer
Harry Colomby
Screenwriter
Alan Ormsby
Screenwriter
Bob Sand
Screenwriter
Andy Tennant
Screenwriter
Sylvester Levay
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Page
Songwriter
Nathan East
Songwriter
Georges Delerue
Composer (Music Score)
Walt Mulconery
Editor
Charles Rosen
Production Designer
Jay Hurley
Costume Designer
Bernie Pollack
Costume Designer
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