Good Morning Vietnam Movie
Movie Review for Good Morning Vietnam
A war story that would make you laugh, is what this 80s movie is all about. A deejay sent to cheer up military men gets a rude awakening.
DVD ReleaseThe DVD for the movie Good Morning Vietnam was released on January 10, 2006 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment and is rated R.
Adrian Cronauer (played by Robin Williams) in the movie Good Morning Vietnam is the man that military has appointed to entertain the troops with his brand of humor on Vietnam radio.
Cronauer becomes increasingly popular because of his radio show, but there are some key people in the military who are not convinced that he should actually be on the radio in Good Morning Vietnam. Cronauer’s off-air activities is what would give him a sampling of what a war really is.
A1C Adrian Cronauer - Robin Williams
Pfc. Edward Montesque Garlick - Forest Whitaker
Tuan (aka Phan Duc To) - Tung Thanh Tran
Trinh - Chintara Sukapatana
2nd Lt. Steven Hauk - Bruno Kirby
SSgt. Marty Lee Dreiwitz - Robert Wuhl
Sgt. Maj. Phillip 'Dick' Dickerson - JT Walsh
Brig. Gen. Taylor - Noble Willingham
Pvt. Abersold - Richard Edson
Sgt. Phil McPherson - Juney Smith.
Dan 'The Man' Levitan - Richard Portnow
Eddie Kirk - Floyd Vivino
Jimmy Wah - Cu Ba Nguyen
Censor #1 (SSgt.) - Dan Stanton
Censor #2 (SSgt.) - Don Stanton
TriviaThe broadcasts that Robin Williams did in his role as Adrian Cronauer in Good Morning Vietnam were all improvised.
The real Adrian Cronauer who was played by Robin Williams in Good Morning Vietnam said that he never used comedy in his broadcasts on Army Radio and that the movie about him is 40 percent accurate.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Good Morning Vietnam was released to theatres on 12/23/1987 and grossed $123,922,370 at the box office in the US.
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