Heathers


1h 42m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A teenage girl and her outcast boyfriend resort to murder as revenge against their high school's popular crowd.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Arrangement; Cinema Research Corporation; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Clein + Feldman Inc; Director'S Sound & Editorial Services Inc; Glen Glenn Sound Company; Intervideo Inc; New World Pictures; Taj Soundworks; Technicolor; Todd-Ao
Distribution Company
New World Pictures; Forum Distribution (France); Greater Union Organization; New World Pictures; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video; Village Roadshow Limited
Location
Studio City, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Synopsis

A teenage girl and her outcast boyfriend resort to murder as revenge against their high school's popular crowd.

Crew

Benita Allen

2nd Assistant Director

Mitchell Amundsen

Other

Dee Arbucci

2nd Assistant Camera

Jerry Ariganello

Location Manager

Rick Ash

Sound Rerecording Mixer

James Ashwill

Foley Recording

Douglas Axtell

Sound Recording Mixer

Rick Bailey

Carpenter

Bob Baron

Adr Mixer

Kevin Bartnof

Foley Artist

Alan Edward Bell

2nd Assistant Editor

George Berndt

Adr Editor

Vinnie Bicaino

Grip

Dean C Black

Driver

Dan Bradley

Stunt Coordinator

Irene Brafstein

Other

Martin Bresin

Special Effects

Dennis Brookins

Negative Cutter

Chester Brooks

Driver Co-Captain

R J C Butler

Assistance

Lloyd Campbell

Driver

Jon Caradies

Grip

M G J Chesterman

Assistance

I C Clarke

Assistance

Jane Covner

Publicist

Carolyn Crittenden

Assistant (To Denise Dinovi)

John G Danza

Electrician

Sally Dennison

Casting

Don Digirolamo

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Rudy Dillon

Costume Designer

Mitch Dubin

Camera Operator

Ann Ducommun

Sound Editor Assistant

John Duvall

Foley Editor

Ross Ellis

Driver

Todd Ellis

Dresser

Debbie Evans

Stunts

Ray Evans

Song ("Que Sera, Sera")

Edward Flotard

Transportation Coordinator

Leigh French

Adr Group Coordinator

Peter Friedberg

Sound Editor Assistant

Joe Gilbride

Stunts

Charley H Gilleran

Bestboy

Elana Golden

Script Supervisor

Greg J Grande

Property Master

Scott Grusin

Music Editor

Jeff Habberstad

Stunts

Brian Hardwick

Craft Service

Ted Hardwick

Dresser

D. M. Hemphill

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ellen Heuer

Foley Artist

Julie Hewitt

Makeup

Leonora Hewson

Assistance

Jan Heynecker

Bestboy

Norman Hollyn

Editor

Jon Hutman

Production Designer

Chris Ingram

Sound Editor Assistant

Allen Jones

Stunt Coordinator

Francis Kenny

Director Of Photography

Beverly Klein

Costumer

Allen Kupetsky

Production Assistant

Iya Labunka

Associate Producer

Iya Labunka

Production Manager

Michael Ladin

Driver

Don Larson

Construction Coordinator

Sandi Leavenworth

Stunts

Lora Lee

Assistance

Stewart Levin

Song Performer ("You'Re The Only One For Me")

Stewart Levin

Song

Randy Levinson

Assistance

Kara Lindstrom

Art Direction

Jay Livingston

Song ("Que Sera, Sera")

Tom Lowe

2nd Assistant Director

Thomas Titus Mccue

Production Assistant

Ivan Migel

Grip

Mike Milliken

Color Timer

Maureen Mitchell

1st Assistant Editor

Angela Moos

Makeup Assistant

Angela Moos

Hairstyles Assistant

John Morris

Dialogue Editor

Kenny Myers

Special Makeup

Ted Neale

Driver

David Newman

Music

Margi Newquist

Production Assistant

Lorrie O'shatz

Dialogue Editor

Cheri Pann

Assistance

Aristides Pappidas

Gaffer

Michael Paris

Stills

Van Dyke Parks

Song Arranger ("Que Sera, Sera")

Perry Patterson

Location Manager Assistant

Caroline Pham

Production Coordinator Assistant

Monti Rainbolt

Property Master Assistant

Carlos Ramirez

Security

Spike Rinaldi

Production Assistant

Vicki Rocco

Production Coordinator

Vicki Rocco

Post-Production Coordinator

Christopher Rogers

Dolly Grip

Jerry Ross

Sound Editor Supervisor

Sarah Rothenberg

Dialogue Editor

Patrick Rush

Casting Associate

Marc David Schultz

Electrician

Dan Schwartzman

Additional Camera Operator

Rob Scott

Boom Operator

Julie Selzer

Casting

Kimberly Edwards Shapiro

Production Accountant

Jonathan Smart

Dresser

Hamilton Sterling

Sound Effects Editor

Syd Straw

Song Performer ("Que Sera, Sera")

Holland Sutton

Assistance

Jane Talman

Production Assistant

Carlton Thomas

Production Coordinator (Extras)

Lon Thompson

Electrician

Dana Torrey

Art Direction Assistant

Ellen Totleben

Dresser

Lori M Turchin

Property Master Assistant

Thaddeus Wadleigh

Key Grip

Jean Wahlstrom

Assistance

Charles Westbrook Waldron

Grip

Louis Walencewicz

Production Accountant Assistant

Daniel Waters

Screenwriter

Christopher Webster

Executive Producer

Lee America West

Lighting And Grip Equipment

Jeffrey Wetzel

2nd Additional Assistant Director

Scott Williams

Hairstyles

Lizz Wolf

Wardrobe Assistant

Mary Ellen Woods

1st Assistant Director

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Arrangement; Cinema Research Corporation; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Clein + Feldman Inc; Director'S Sound & Editorial Services Inc; Glen Glenn Sound Company; Intervideo Inc; New World Pictures; Taj Soundworks; Technicolor; Todd-Ao
Distribution Company
New World Pictures; Forum Distribution (France); Greater Union Organization; New World Pictures; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video; Village Roadshow Limited
Location
Studio City, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring March 31, 1989

Released in United States on Video July 6, 1989

Released in United States October 1988

Released in United States 1989

Released in United States January 1989

Released in United States April 28, 1989

Released in United States September 1989

Shown at MIFED Milan, Italy October 1988.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11 - June 4, 1989.

Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 21, 25, 27 & 28, 1989.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 28, 1989.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.

Began shooting July 1988.

Released in United States Spring March 31, 1989

Released in United States on Video July 6, 1989

Released in United States October 1988 (Shown at MIFED Milan, Italy October 1988.)

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11 - June 4, 1989.)

Released in United States January 1989 (Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 21, 25, 27 & 28, 1989.)

Released in United States April 28, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 28, 1989.)

Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.)