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List of Romance Film movies/films with performances by Kevin Bacon, listed alphabetically with movie trailers when available. These Kevin Bacon Romance Film roles include starring, supporting and cameo appearances. You can sort these Kevin Bacon Romance Film movies for additional information as well, such as who directed the films and when they were released. Over the years Kevin Bacon has become known for playing characters in Romance Film movies, so this list is the perfect resource for finding some you haven't already seen.

Movies on this list include National Lampoon's Animal House and Footloose.

This list answers the questions, "What Romance Film movies has Kevin Bacon been in?" and "What are the best Kevin Bacon Romance Film roles?"

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Crazy, Stupid, Love is a 2011 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, and written by Dan Fogelman. It stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, John Carroll Lynch, Marisa Tomei, Analeigh Tipton and Kevin Bacon. The film was released in United States and Canada by Warner Bros. Pictures on July 29, 2011. The film received favorable reviews and was commercially successful by grossing over $142 million. Ryan Gosling received a Golden Globe nomination for his work in it. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Emma Stone, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling, Marisa Tomei, Steve Carell, + more

Initial Release: 2011

Directed by: John Requa, Glenn Ficarra

Also Ranked

#20 on The Greatest Date Movies of All Time

#13 on The Best Valentine's Day Movies

#7 on The Best Movies About a Midlife Crisis in Women

#31 on Romantic Movies Your Girlfriend Forces You To Watch

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End of the Line is a 1987 drama film directed by Jay Russell. Leo Pickett and Will Haney, railroad workers in Little Rock, Arkansas, find out the parent company of the Southland railroad is about to close their yard and layoff the employees, switching all future shipments to the air freight business. In a last-ditch effort to save their jobs, the two men "borrow" a locomotive and drive it from Clifford, Arkansas, to Chicago, Illinois, to make their case to Thomas G. Clinton, the railroad's Chairman of the Board. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Kevin Bacon, Holly Hunter, Mary Steenburgen, Clint Howard, Levon Helm, + more

Initial Release: 1987

Directed by: Jay Russell

Also Ranked

#34 on The Best Train Movies

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Footloose is a 1984 American musical-drama directed by Herbert Ross. It tells the story of Ren McCormack, an upbeat Chicago teen who moves to a small town in which, as a result of the efforts of a local minister, dancing and rock music have been banned. The film is loosely based on events that took place in the small, rural, and religious community of Elmore City, Oklahoma. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kevin Bacon, John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Chris Penn, + more

Initial Release: 1984

Directed by: Herbert Ross

Also Ranked

#67 on The Greatest Chick Flicks Ever Made

#22 on The Best Movies About Music

#16 on Musical Movies With the Best Songs

#19 on The Best Teen Romance Movies

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He Said, She Said is a 1991 American romantic comedy directed by Ken Kwapis and Marisa Silver and starring Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Perkins, Nathan Lane, Anthony LaPaglia and Sharon Stone. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Sharon Stone, Kevin Bacon, Nathan Lane, Elizabeth Perkins, Leeza Gibbons, + more

Initial Release: 1991

Directed by: Marisa Silver, Ken Kwapis

Also Ranked

#70 on The Best Movies of 1991

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