Power


1h 51m 1986

Brief Synopsis

Pete St. John is an image advisor to powerful and sometimes dishonest politicians. He is reluctantly working on the campaign of conservative industrialist Jerome Cade who is running for the Senate seat once held by Pete's friend Sam Hastings. Before long, Pete is butting heads with Cade's public rel

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1986
Production Company
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Lorimar Film Entertainment; Optical House Inc; Polar Films
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Washington, DC, USA; Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; Kaufman Astoria Studios, Astoria, New York, USA; Durango, Mexico; Seattle, Washington, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 51m

Synopsis

Pete St. John is an image advisor to powerful and sometimes dishonest politicians. He is reluctantly working on the campaign of conservative industrialist Jerome Cade who is running for the Senate seat once held by Pete's friend Sam Hastings. Before long, Pete is butting heads with Cade's public relations expert Arnold Billing. Pete's investigation into Cade's background has prompted Billing retaliate in several destructive ways and leads Pete to think Billings knows something sinister about Cade, and perhaps the reason why Hastings is vacating his Senate seat.

Crew

William Barclay

Art Direction

Andrzej Bartkowiak

Director Of Photography

Edward Beyer

Sound Editor

Grace Blake

Production Coordinator

Joseph M Caracciolo

Location Coordinator Supervisor

Bruce Catt

Wardrobe Supervisor

Lou Cerborino

Sound Editor

Cy Coleman

Music

Laurencio Cordero

Special Effects (Durango)

Joe Cranzano

Makeup

Lee Dichter

Sound Rerecording

Patricia Fay

Location Liaison (Seattle)

Arthur Fiedler

Conductor (The Boston Pops)

Anthony Gittelson

Assistant Director

Wolfgang Glattes

Assistant Director

Wolfgang Glattes

Associate Producer

Benny Goodman And His Orchestra

Song ("Sing, Sing, Sing")

David Himmelstein

Screenwriter

Lilith Jacobs

Post-Production Supervisor

Anna Hill Johnstone

Costume Designer

Ken Kammerer

Set Dresser

Steven Kern

Location Liaison (Washington, Dc)

Lynn M Klugman

Video Segments Producer

Sonny Kompanek

Original Music

Richard Kratina

Camera Operator

Peter Larkin

Production Designer

William Lucek

Master Scenic Artist

Richard Lundin

Wrangler (Los Angeles)

Jesus Marin

Assistant Director (Durango)

Susan Brockman Metzger

Publicist

Andrew Mondshein

Editor

Chris Newman

Sound Recording

Peter Odabashian

Sound Editor

Marilyn Putnam

Wardrobe Supervisor

Larry Rapaport

Production Manager (Los Angeles)

Steve Rose

Location Liaison (New York)

Anna Roth

Production Manager (Durango)

Maurice Schell

Sound Editor Supervisor

Reene Schisgal

Producer

Peggy Shinhofen

Location Liaison (Santa Fe)

Tom Shurke

Video Engineer

John Philip Sousa

Song ("The Stars And Stripes Forever")

Chris Stoia

Location Liaison (New York)

Mark Tarlov

Producer

Joy Todd

Casting

Thomas C Tonery

Set Decorator

Kenneth Utt

Production Manager

Kenneth Utt

Associate Producer

Augustin Ytuarte

Art Direction (Durango)

Federico Yzunza

Location Liaison (Durango)

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1986
Production Company
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Lorimar Film Entertainment; Optical House Inc; Polar Films
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Washington, DC, USA; Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; Kaufman Astoria Studios, Astoria, New York, USA; Durango, Mexico; Seattle, Washington, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 51m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter January 31, 1986

Began shooting April 1, 1985.

Completed shooting June 1, 1985.

Released in United States Winter January 31, 1986