Overview

Preston Tucker is a dynamic engineer and an enthusiastic showman who envisions the car of the future. However, his dream of making his car become reality is repeatedly hampered by unrealistic expectations and meddling by established car corporations who want him to fail.

  1. Francis Ford Coppola

    Director

  2. David Seidler

    Screenplay

  3. Arnold Schulman

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jeff Bridges

    Jeff Bridges

    Preston Tucker

  2. Joan Allen

    Joan Allen

    Vera

  3. Martin Landau

    Martin Landau

    Abe

  4. Frederic Forrest

    Frederic Forrest

    Eddie

  5. Mako Iwamatsu

    Mako Iwamatsu

    Jimmy

Full Cast & Crew

Tucker: The Man and His Dream
Tucker: The Man and His Dream

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 12, 1988
    PG
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Some material may not be suitable for children under 10. These films may contain some mild language, crude/suggestive humor, scary moments and/or violence. No drug content is present. There are a few exceptions to this rule. A few racial insults may also be heard.

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 50m

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Revenue -

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