Josh and S.A.M.


1h 37m 1993

Brief Synopsis

Two young brothers respond to the dissolution of their family by embarking on an adventure, after the older brother convinces the younger that he is a Pentagon creation: a Strategically Altered Mutant (SAM).

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Billings, Montana, USA; Helper, Utah, USA; Moab, Utah, USA; Price, Utah, USA; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Synopsis

Two young brothers respond to the dissolution of their family by embarking on an adventure, after the older brother convinces the younger that he is a Pentagon creation: a Strategically Altered Mutant (SAM).

Crew

Roberta Alstadter

Foley Recordist

Tony Araka

Other

David A Arnold

Sound Editor

Robert Ashley

Music Conductor

Chet Atkins

Song Performer

Douglas Axtell

Sound Mixer

Bob Badami

Music Editor

Bob Badami

Music Composer

George Bamber

Assistant Director

Keith Banks

Assistant Camera Operator

Andy Bass

Other

William Beavers

Carpenter

Lisa A Becker

Production Coordinator

Bruce A Beers

Craft Service

David Bennett

Assistant Production Accountant

David Bennett

Other

Jan Bergstrom

Set Decorator

Karla Bergstrom

Scenic Artist

Bill Bernstein

Music Editor

Bill Bernstein

Music Composer

Al Bissett

Driver

Josh Bleibtreu

Assistant Camera Operator

Arthur Blum

Key Grip

Doug Boone

Grip

Julian Bratolyubov

Music

Martin Brest

Producer

Greg Brickman

Stunts

Daniel Brizendine

Driver

Don Burgess

Director Of Photography

Jay Byerly

Electrician

Clark Campbell

Apprentice

Rick Canelli

Adr

Kevin E Carpenter

Rerecording

Robert Carr

Rigging Gaffer

Josh Carter

Stand-In

Mia Choi

Casting Associate

James Clark

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Peter Clarson

Gaffer

Allegra Clegg

Associate Producer

Gary Combs

Stunt Coordinator

Monty Cox

Animal Trainer

Kevin Shawn Curran

Carpenter

Dan Curry

Titles

Hallie D'amore

Makeup

Gordon Davidson

Sound Editor

Vince Deamicis

Driver

Frank Deese

Coproducer

Frank Deese

Screenplay

Suzanne Degrandis

Assistant Production Accountant

Teri E. Dorman

Sound Editor

Michael Doyle

Driver

Adam Druxman

Assistant Director

Jeannie Epper

Stunts

Cindy Evans

Costumes

Jakki Fink

Casting Associate

Glory Fioramonti

Stunts

Dennis Fitzgerald

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Christopher Flick

Sound Editor

Cynthia Folkerson

Stunts

Anthony J Fox

Driver

Carrie Frazier

Casting

Dan Fulkerson

Carpenter

David Scott Gagnon

Assistant Property Master

Kimberly A Gallagher

Assistant Sound Editor

Alex Gartner

Coproducer

Shani Ginsberg

Casting

Jose Gonzales

Caterer

Meg Goodwin

Costumes

Peter Gurski

On-Set Dresser

Jeffrey J. Haboush

Rerecording

Johnny Hale

Grip

Leonard Harkless

Electrician

John Harnish

Stand-In

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Kimberly Harris

Sound Editor

Rick Hart

Rerecording

Robert Hart

Music

Keith Harvey

Stunts

Scott Hecker

Sound Editor

Gary Hellerstein

Transportation Captain

Sergio Hernandez

Caterer

Marcia Hinds-johnson

Production Designer

Jennifer Hirsch

Accountant

Brenda Hollingsworth

Other

Denis Hopkinson

Grip

Jeff Howery

Dolly Grip

Robert Hunt

Visual Effects

Christy Ingram

Animal Trainer

Bud Isaacs

Song

Bo Johnson

Art Director

Robert Kaiser

Color Timer

Kevin M Kennedy

Grip

Jonathan Klein

Assistant Sound Editor

David Knox

Driver

Mike Kolb

Scenic Artist

Corinna Korpi

Production Assistant

David Kulczycki

Sound Editor

K Lenna Kunkel

Production Accountant

Rick Lambert

On-Set Dresser

Leo Landa

Driver

Mary Jo Lang

Foley Mixer

John A. Larsen

Sound Editor

Chris Lebenzon

Editor

Ruggero Leoncavallo

Music Composer

Rod Lorenz

Electrician

Kathy Lucas

On-Set Dresser

John H Maninger

Best Boy

Joseph Martino

Assistant

Robert K Maxfield

Boom Operator

Jason Mcgatlin

Production Assistant

Michael Mcguire

Dolly Grip

Gary Mclarty

Stunts

Harold Michaelson

Storyboard Artist

Marty Miller

Grip

Allan Minear

Craft Service

Frank Montano

Rerecording

Nan Morales

Assistant Production Coordinator

John Morello

Driver

Max Neal

Camera

Keith Neely

Set Designer

Amy Ness

Location Manager

Thomas Newman

Music

Larry Nicholas

Stunts

Daniel B Nix

Apprentice

Thomas J. O'connell

Adr Mixer

Jill Ohanneson

Costume Designer

Don Olson

Production Assistant

Tim Papienski

Art Department Coordinator

Roger Pardee

Sound Editor

Peggy Parker

Property Master

Allyn Partin

Dialect Coach

Thomas Pasatieri

Music Arranger

Lars Petersen

Construction Coordinator

Arnold Peterson

Special Effects Supervisor

James Phelps

Electrician

Kevin E Poole

Other

Cate Praggastis

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Janelle Ramaker

Extras Agent/Coordinator

H Dwight Raymond Iv

Assistant Editor

Artist Robinson

Assistant Director

John Roesch

Foley Artist

Don Rogers

Special Thanks To

Steven M Rosenberg

Location Assistant

Tim Roslyn

Driver

Deep Roy

Stunts

Bret Rubin

Grip

Michael Ruby

Other

Michael Runyard

Stunts

Carlos Sanchez

Assistant

Dusty Saunders

Transportation Coordinator

Giuseppe Savio

Other

Jemma Scarisbrick

Set Costumer

Margaret L Schlaifer

Other

Arne L Schmidt

Executive Producer

Arne L Schmidt

Production Manager

John Scott

Transportation Captain

John-clay Scott

Stunts

Tom Seid

Editor

Sandie Sharkey-knox

Medic

Robin Shelton

Script Supervisor

Charles K Simmers

Production Assistant

Steve Smith

Key Grip

Tom Spinney

Carpenter

Dennis Sprankel

Grip

Chris Squires

Camera Operator

Kirk Steppe

Assistant Location Manager

Alicia M Stevenson

Foley Artist

Lonnie Stimac

Special Thanks To

John Sullivan

Carpenter

Pat Sullivan

Driver

Danny Teaze

Assistant Camera Operator

Suzanne Tenner

Photography

Newton Termeer

Electrician

Claude Alan Thompson

Driver

Wayne Tidwell

Video Assist/Playback

Renee Tondelli

Adr Editor

Angel Trujillo

Caterer

Guadalupe Trujillo

Caterer

James E Vargas

Driver

John Vecchio

Rigging Gaffer

John Vigran

Music

Steven C. Voll

Foreman

Leigh Von Der Esch

Special Thanks To

Alex Walker

Carpenter

Tim Webb

Other

Barbara Weintraub

Assistant

Karl Wesson

Hair

Denise White

Production Assistant

Paul Whiting

Other

John Wildermuth

Assistant Director

Wendy Susan Williams

Production Manager

Wendell T Winegar

Electrician

Amy Witcher

Production Assistant

John Yarborough

Driver

Ira R Zuckerman

Grip

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Billings, Montana, USA; Helper, Utah, USA; Moab, Utah, USA; Price, Utah, USA; Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 24, 1993

Released in United States October 1993

Released in United States on Video April 27, 1994

Shown at MIFED in Milan October 24-29, 1993.

Joan Allen replaced Bebe Neuwirth.

Directorial debut for editor Billy Weber.

Began shooting August 3, 1992.

Completed shooting October 26, 1992.

S.A.M. is the acronym for Strategically Altered Mutant.

Released in United States on Video April 27, 1994

Released in United States October 1993 (Shown at MIFED in Milan October 24-29, 1993.)

Released in United States Fall November 24, 1993