Three O' Clock High Trivia
AKA: 3 O' Clock High
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Thanks to MarioYeardley Smith was also in the movie Maximum Overdrive with Emilio Estevez. She plays the newlywed.
Rewind ArchiveCasey Siemaszko, the star, had previously played a bully in "Back to the Future" (1985). Both "Back to the Future" and Three O' Clock High were executive produced by Steven Spielberg.
Thanks to JonathanSteven Spielberg directed Casey Siemaszko in the pilot for his 80's anthology show "Amazing Stories" (that episode also features Kevin Costner and Kiefer Sutherland)
Thanks to Janene_machineCasey Siemaszko, who has the lead role in Three O'Clock High, is the brother of 80s actress, Nina Siemaszko, who played Corey Haim's older sister, Natalie Anderson in the movie "License to Drive".
Rewind ArchiveReleased to theaters on October 9, 1987.
Thanks to Patrick PeetersRichard Tyson, who plays Buddy Revell in the film, has had a very diverse career. He went on from this movie to star in the soft adult movie "Two Moon Junction" in 1988 from Zalman King who also produced "9 1/2 Weeks". In that movie he played a rough, muscled carnival worker who seduces Sherilyn Fenn.
Thanks to Brian MuellerMitch Pileggi played 'Duke Herman' in the film. Mitch later went on to star in movies such as Wes Craven's "Shocker", and has a variety of movie cameos under his belt. He's better known as Assistant Director Walter Skinner from the now cancelled series The X-Files.
Thanks to Jaysen CarringtonYeardley Smith, who plays the cheerleader in the opening and ending scenes of Three O'Clock High is also the voice of Lisa Simpson from the Simpsons animated show.
Thanks to Ian KBarry Sonnenfeld (of Men in Black Fame) was the lighting consultant on the movie.
Thanks to NeilWhen Jerry asks Miss Farmer what her favorite book is, she replies "Turn of the Screw" and is then kissed by Jerry. "Turn of the Screw" contains a passage where a governess tutoring at a mansion is kissed by one of her students.
Rewind ArchiveRichard Tyson later co-starred in "Kindergarten Cop" with Arnold Schwarzenegger and can be seen in more than one movie by the Farelly Brothers, including the bartender at the strip club where Ishmal dances in the movie "Kingpin" and an interrogating detective in "There's Something about Mary".
Thanks to April AmosCasey Siemaszko also played in "Biloxi Blues" with Matthew Brodrick.
Thanks to BbabyCasey Siemaszko was also cast (alongside John Malkovich and Gary Sinise) as the ranch owner's mean and bossy son in the remake of "Of Mice And Men", a short story by the famed novelist John Steinbeck. The cheerleader in the movie that kept being showcased also co-starred in Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive".
Thanks to John SullivanIf you watch closely at the end of Three O' Clock High when the kids are buying the loose-leaf notebook paper to save Jerry, one of the first kids that comes up to the counter is a teenage (and long-haired) Brian Andrews (credited as 'Nerdy Kid') who played Tommy Doyle in John Carpenter's original 1978 movie Halloween.
Voytek Dolinski was not a made up character name. He was a drama teacher and later the actual Dean of Discipline at Phil Joanou's high school alma mater, La Canada High School.
Thanks to nikki60901Casey Siemasko also played in "Secret Admirer" as Roger -- who had the van.
Thanks to William StanleyAnne Ryan, who played Fran, can also be seen for about 5 seconds in the halls of Shermer High in "Ferris Buellers Day Off"
Thanks to jdocsterDid you know that Buddy Revell has his own myspace page? He has many "interesting" friends as well...
Thanks to Bryan WoolleyCasey Siemaszko also played in the 1989 movie "Breaking In" with Burt Reynolds, when they both played burglars.
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".The following trivia for "Three O' Clock High" is apparently bogus. If you disagree or have additional info, please update us.
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