My Girl


1h 42m 1991

Brief Synopsis

Story about a precocious 11-year-old girl, being raised by her widowed father, who learns to love her wacky family with the help of her best friend.

Film Details

Also Known As
Copain, Copine, Meine Erste Liebe, Mi chica, Min tjej
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1991
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING/SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL
Location
Orlando, Florida, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Synopsis

Story about a precocious 11-year-old girl, being raised by her widowed father, who learns to love her wacky family with the help of her best friend.

Crew

Steve C. Aaron

Sound

Linda Allen

Other

Harold Arlen

Song

Ross Bagdasarian

Song

Jeff Barry

Song

Jill Bedford

Property Master

Kimberley Bennett

Editing

Bill W Benton

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Alan P Berger

Casting Associate

Eubie Blake

Song

Chris Boardman

Original Music

Edwin Bowden

Transportation Captain

Curtiss Bradford

Lighting Technician

Wendy Greene Bricmont

Editor

Dave Briden

Color Timer

Brent Brooks

Assistant Editor

Joseph M Caracciolo

Executive Producer

Joseph M Caracciolo

Unit Production Manager

Kimberly Carlton

Wardrobe

Don B Cely

Best Boy

Wendy Champagne

Assistant Costume Designer

Harry Chaney

Sound Editor

Lincoln Chase

Song

Rudy Clark

Song

David B Cohn

Adr Editor

Mary Colquhoun

Casting

Joe Coscia

Hair Stylist

Eddie De Lange

Song

Brad Dechter

Original Music

Carlos Delarios

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Al Dubin

Song

Doug Edwards

Song

Laurice Elehwany

Screenplay

Richard Eliano

Assistant Camera Operator

Paul Elliott

Dp/Cinematographer

Paul Elliott

Director Of Photography

Shirley Elliston

Song

Jon Baronn Farmer

Photography

William Finger

Assistant Camera Operator

John Fogerty

Song

David Friendly

Executive Producer

Rick Galbraith

Construction Coordinator

Ellen Gannon

Other

John Garrett

Location Manager

Joseph T. Garrity

Production Designer

Dr. Norman Gary

Other

George Gershwin

Song

Ira Gershwin

Song

Charley H Gilleran

Grip

Robert Girolami

Assistant Director

Hannah Gold

Associate Producer

David J. Grant

Assistant

Brian Grazer

Producer

Ellie Greenwich

Song

Wendi Haas

Production Coordinator

Albert Hammond

Song Performer

Albert Hammond

Song

Michael Hazelwood

Song

James Newton Howard

Music

Will Hudson

Song

Chris Ingram

Assistant Editor

Ellen Jacoby

Casting

Mervyn Johnson

Foreman

Roxanne Jones

Sound Editor

R. J. Kizer

Adr Editor

Victor Korte

Dolly Grip

Buz Kramer

Craft Service

Tom Kramer

Music Editor

Victor B Lackey

Sound Editor

Robert Lamm

Song

Mark Lapointe

Sound Editor

Artie Malesci

Stunt Coordinator

Sandra Marley

Script Supervisor

Michael Mason

Assistant

Tom Mccarthy

Sound Editor

Johnny Mercer

Song

Irving Mills

Song

Margaret A Mitchell

Production Accountant

Jeff Moldovan

Stunt Coordinator

Patti Muxo

Stunts

Laura Nyro

Song

David M O'dell

Boom Operator

John Orlebeck

Transportation Coordinator

Douglas S Ornstein

Assistant Director

Marty Paich

Music Conductor

Karen Patch

Costume Designer

Arthur Resnick

Song

David Richardson

Song

William Robinson Jr.

Song

Todd Rundgren

Song Performer

Todd Rundgren

Song

Dennis Sands

Other

Cathy Savino

Special Thanks To

Deborah Schildt

Property Master

Ravi Shankar

Song Performer

Burton Sharp

Voice Casting

Artie Shaw

Song Performer

Noble Sissle

Song

The Skylarks

Song Performer

Chris Squires

Camera Operator

Chris Stoia

Assistant Director

Sly Stone

Song

Matthew Sullivan

On-Set Dresser

Pat Tagliaferro

Art Director

The Flamingos

Song Performer

Patrick Upton

Song

Thaddeus Wadleigh

Key Grip

Don S Walden

Sound Editor

Ken Wannberg

Song

Harry Warren

Song

Gregory H Watkins

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Kelly Webb

Wardrobe

Allen Weisinger

Makeup

Ronald White

Song

John Wild

Sound Editor

John Zimmerman

Stunts

Film Details

Also Known As
Copain, Copine, Meine Erste Liebe, Mi chica, Min tjej
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1991
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING/SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL
Location
Orlando, Florida, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 27, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 27, 1992

Released in United States November 3, 1991

Shown at benefit screening in Los Angeles for US Marine Corps Toys for Tots November 3, 1991.

Completed shooting March 30, 1991.

Began shooting January 21, 1991.

Released in United States Fall November 27, 1991

Released in United States on Video May 27, 1992

Released in United States November 3, 1991 (Shown at benefit screening in Los Angeles for US Marine Corps Toys for Tots November 3, 1991.)