R | | Comedy, Drama
A group of college-age buddies struggle with their imminent passage into adulthood in 1959 Baltimore.
According to the American Film Institute, the March 22, 1984 edition of The Hollywood Reporter "announced that actor Richard Egan had filed a lawsuit against MGM for neglecting to pay him for using scenes from his 1959 Warner Brothers film, A Summer Place (1959) . . . in Diner (1982). Egan ... ...
We all know most marriages depend on a firm grasp of football trivia.
When Boogie is driving in the country, the road has two yellow stripes on it and when there are "passing" stripes, they are yellow and not white, as they would have been in that period of time.
The end credits run as we hear another diner conversation between the guys.