|Playing For Keeps|
|Director||Bob & Harvey Weinstein|
|Written by||Bob & Harvey Weinstein|
|Music by||George Acogny, Daniel Bechel|
|Released||3 October 1986|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|soundtrack album cover|
|Say The Word|
Playing for Keeps is a 1986 comedy film released on 3 October 1986, which is directed and written by brothers Bob and Harvey Weinstein.
About the film Edit
The film stars Daniel Jordano, Matthew Penn and Leon W.Grant as a trio of inner-city teenagers attempting to strike it rich by turning a hotel into a rock'n'roll resort. A then little-known Marisa Tomei has a supporting role.
The film was produced by Miraramax and released by Universal Pictures. To date the film is the only Miramax production (excluding co-productions) that Miramax doesn't own, because Universal maintains rights to the film.
Universal released the film as a Region 1 DVD on August 23rd, 2003.
Soundtrack Album Edit
Atlantic 81678 Edit
- "Life To Life" - Pete Townshend
- "It's Not Over" - Chris Thompson (written by John Van Tongeren, Robbie Nevil, Phil Galdston)
- "Distant Drums" - Peter Frampton (written by Peter Frampton, Jed Lieber, Steve Broughton Lunt)
- "It's Gettin' Hot" - Eugene Wilde (written by George Acogny, Daniel Bechet, Alan Brewer)
- "Best Kept Secret" - China Crisis
- "We Love You" - Orchestra Manoeuvres In The Dark
- "Think We're Gonna Make It" - Hinton Battle (written by Alan Brewer, Rick Wakeman)
- "Don't Look Back" - Phil Collins
- "Celebrate" - Loose Ends (written by Jane Sendall, Steve Nichol, Carl McIntosh)
- "Here To Say" - Sister Sledge (written by George Acogny, Daniel Bechet, Julian Littman)
- "Say The Word" - Arcadia (written by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes)
- "Make A Wish" - Joe Cruz (written by Alan Brewer)
- "Stand By Me" - Julian Lennon (written by Ben E. King, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
- "Muscles" - Diana Ross (written by Michael Jackson)
- "I'm So Excited" - The Pointer Sisters (written by Anita Pointer, June Pointer, Ruth Pointer, Trevor Lawrence)
- "These Dreams Of You" - Anna Pepper
- "Majestic Rag" - Alan Brewer
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