Geronimo: An American Legend


1h 55m 1993

Brief Synopsis

The story of the legendary Native American leader, from 1881 until his death in 1909, focusing on his adversarial relationship with U.S. Cavalry Lt. Charles Gatewood. Gatewood tried to convince Geronimo to settle on a reservation, rather than face certain death.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Action
Adventure
Historical
Western
Biography
Period
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California, USA; Moab, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 55m

Synopsis

The story of the legendary Native American leader, from 1881 until his death in 1909, focusing on his adversarial relationship with U.S. Cavalry Lt. Charles Gatewood. Gatewood tried to convince Geronimo to settle on a reservation, rather than face certain death.

Crew

Lloyd Ahern Jr.

Director Of Photography

Nicholas Allen

Boom Operator

Joe Alves

Production Designer

Bunny Andrews

Music Editor

J Tom Archuleta

Assistant Director

Cindy Lee Arnold

Accounting Assistant

Donn Aron

Editor

Jim Bandsuh

Swing Gang

Paula Barrett

Script Supervisor

Colby Bart

Costume Supervisor

Bruce A Beers

Craft Service

Bill W Benton

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Bob Bergdahl

Camera Operator

Fred Blau Jr.

Makeup

Christopher Blauvelt

Assistant Camera Operator

Xochi Blymyer

Assistant Director

Jeffrey S Brown

Other

Leah Brown

Costumes

William Paul Brown

Stunts

Boston Camerata

Other

Larry D Campbell

Assistant Location Manager

Reuben Cannon

Casting

Neil Canton

Producer

Chris Carpenter

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Michael Carrillo

Assistant Property Master

Jeff Case

Dolly Grip

Casey Cavanaugh

Special Effects

Larry Cavanaugh

Special Effects Coordinator

Sean Cavanaugh

Special Effects

Michael Chavez

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert L Clark

Other

Stan Cockerell

Assistant Property Master

Ry Cooder

Music

Danny Costa

Stunts

Scott Crabbe

Video Assist/Playback

Shirley Fulton Crumley

Location Casting

Blaise Dahlquist

Electrician

Leland Michael Darrow

Consultant

Carmel Davies

Editor

Freeman Davies

Editor

Karen Day

Production Accountant

Dennis Deveaugh

Stunts

Dennis Dewaay

Construction Coordinator

R B Dunn

Stunts

Richard Duran

Stunts

Mark Elias

Grip

Tom Elliott

Stunts

Mark Ellis

Set Production Assistant

Sam Emerson

Photography

Steven E Fegley

Foreman

David Fletcher

Special Effects

Riley Flynn

Other

Gerald J Frasco

Set Production Assistant

Raymond B Fugit

Electrician

Eb Gaines

Set Production Assistant

David Giella

Casting Associate

Julie Lynn Glick

Costumes

Michael S Glick

Unit Production Manager

Michael S Glick

Executive Producer

Don Glover

Grip

Richard Goddard

Set Decorator

Meredith Gold

Assistant Editor

Allan Graf

Stunt Coordinator

Allan Graf

Unit Director

Jeffrey Greeley

Assistant Camera Operator

Larry Gross

Screenplay

Sam Gross

Assistant Set Decorator

Greg A Hall

Costumes

Pat Judge Hall

Stunts

Clifford Happy

Stunts

Randy Hark

Grip

D. M. Hemphill

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Tim Hill

Transportation Co-Captain

Walter Hill

Producer

Don Holyoak

Special Thanks To

Christine Howard

Assistant

Chris Jackson

Assistant Editor

Bryan Johnson

Assistant Director

Carl J Johnson

Stunts

Carol Johnson

Assistant

Bruce A Keeler

Electrician

Barry Kellogg

Costume Supervisor

Werner Keppler

Makeup

Jeffrey D. Knott

Special Effects

Mark Labonge

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert Labonge

Camera Operator

Rene Lafaurie

Makeup

John Langellier

Special Thanks To

Norman Langley

Camera Operator

Murray Lantz

Costumes

Cindy Lasher

Other

Greg Lazzaro

Location Manager

Chris Lee

Hair Stylist

Todd Lewis

Set Production Assistant

Dennis Liddiard

Makeup

Gary Liddiard

Makeup

Ray Lopez

Other

Alvin Lunak

Stunts

Erin Kelly Mahan

Apprentice

Sandra Maltz

Production Coordinator

Dave Mccardle

Swing Gang

Russell Mcentyre

Transportation Captain

Bill Mcintosh

Stunts

Josh Mclaglen

Assistant Director

Steve Mclean

Assistant Camera Operator

John Milius

Screenplay

John Milius

From Story

Bo Miller

Key Grip

Dan Moore

Costume Designer

Doug Moreno

Accounting Assistant

Edward Morey

Camera Operator

Michelene Mundo

Set Production Assistant

Darlene Nichols

Location Casting

Danny O'haco

Stunts

Michael O'shea

Director Of Photography

Lee Orloff

Sound

Frank Parrish

Assistant Camera Operator

Jeanine Payne

Assistant Editor

James Phelps

Electrician

Ray Prado

Storyboard Artist

Jim Pratt

Stunts

James Pruitt

Set Production Assistant

Douglas A Raine

Assistant Director

Harry Rez

Key Grip

Scott T Ritenour

Art Director

Steven Robertson

Grip

Manlio Rocchetti

Makeup

Keith Roverud

Lighting

Jorge Sanchez

Assistant Camera Operator

Roger Sassen

Lighting Technician

John Michael Schenk

Property Master

Jack S Schlosser

Lighting Technician

Sonny Skyhawk

Consultant

Greg Smith

Assistant Camera Operator

Bette Stanton

Special Thanks To

Bruce Steinheimer

Special Effects

Wayne Stone

Transportation Co-Captain

Desmond F Strobel

Choreographer

Peter Tothpal

Hair Stylist

Alicia M Tripi

Hair Stylist

Kevin Turley

Set Production Assistant

Rudy Ugland

Animal Wrangler

Jack Verbois

Stunts

Leigh Von Der Esch

Special Thanks To

Greg Walker

Stunts

Kelly C Wallace

Assistant

Mike Watson

Stunts

Eve Watterson

Other

Webster Whinery

Stunts

Scott Wolf

Set Production Assistant

Michelle Wright

Production Supervisor

Jerry M Young

Wrangler

Rick A Young

Property Master

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Action
Adventure
Historical
Western
Biography
Period
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California, USA; Moab, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 55m

Award Nominations

Best Sound

1993

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1993

Released in United States on Video June 22, 1994

Project was formerly in development with Carolco.

Began shooting May 3, 1993.

Completed shooting July 29, 1993.

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1993

Released in United States on Video June 22, 1994