G.I. Jane


2h 5m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Navy Intelligence officer Lt Jordan O'Neil becomes a test case when she is recruited to become the first woman allowed to train for the covert operations unit known as the Navy SEALS. She is not expected to succeed and many high ranking military and government officials, including Senator Lillian DeHaven, are counting on her to fail. O'Neil persists, and when the recruit's final training exercise is diverted to aid and rescue American troops in the Middle East, the Master Chief is wounded and O'Neil must summon all her leadership abilities to save him and the mission.

Film Details

Also Known As
GI Jane
MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Action
Adventure
Thriller
War
Political
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Lake Placid, New York, USA; Richmond, Virginia, USA; Clay County, Florida, USA; Washington, DC, USA; Beaufort, South Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 5m

Synopsis

Navy Intelligence officer Lt Jordan O'Neil becomes a test case when she is recruited to become the first woman allowed to train for the covert operations unit known as the Navy SEALS. She is not expected to succeed and many high ranking military and government officials, including Senator Lillian DeHaven, are counting on her to fail. O'Neil persists, and when the recruit's final training exercise is diverted to aid and rescue American troops in the Middle East, the Master Chief is wounded and O'Neil must summon all her leadership abilities to save him and the mission.

Crew

Diana Acrey

Hair Stylist

Geoffrey Alexander

Original Music

Danielle Alexandra

Executive Producer

Danielle Alexandra

From Story

Danielle Alexandra

Screenplay

Enzo Angileri

Hair Stylist

Chuck Askerneese

On-Set Dresser

Campbell Askew

Sound Editor

Rick Baer

Accounting Assistant

Giles Baker

Music

Benjamin A Bardin

Best Boy

Eric J Bates

Property Master

Philip Beck

Special Effects

Kylie Bell

Makeup Assistant

Julie Bergman Sender

Executive Producer

John Bickford

Color

Stuart Bicknell

Electrician

Andy Birmingham

Production Associate

Roger Birnbaum

Producer

Rhett Bloomquist

Best Boy

Steve Bolan

Stunts

Terry Bowen

Camera Operator

James Bracken

Song

Phil Bray

Photography

Ronny Breedlove

Construction Manager

Chris Brenczewski

Special Effects

J David Brightbill

Assistant Director

David Brink

Assistant Camera Operator

Bonni Camen

Office Assistant

Gideon Carpenter

Best Boy

Cindy Carr

Set Decorator

Exene Cervenkova

Song

Jeremy Child

Sound Editor

Clem Clempson

Music

Peter Cobbin

Music

John Cochrane

Dialogue Editor

Karyn Cody

Technical Advisor

Adam Collins

Set Production Assistant

Nancy Cone

Costumes

Andrew Conner

Electrician

Daneen Conroy

Production Supervisor

Sara Dane

Assistant Sound Editor

Graham Daniel

Rerecording

William B. Davidson

Other

Deirdre Detappan

Production Coordinator

Louis Digiaimo

Casting

Billy Dowd

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Ned Dowd

Production

Steve Earle

Song

Paul Elman

Assistant Editor

John Ensby

Color

Paul Ensby

Color Timer

William P Fiedler

Electrician

Chuck Finch

Gaffer

Ed Fincher

Costume Supervisor

Sean Finnegan

Grip

Carol Flaisher

Location Manager

Will Fowler

Consultant

Dorothy D Fox

Hair Stylist

Paul Frazier

Song

Jeffrey Frink

Special Effects

Joanne Gair

Makeup

Steve Galich

Special Effects Coordinator

Lee Garibaldi

Transportation Captain

Gerrit Garretsen

Grip

Duffy Gaver

Stunts

Robert Gavin

Adr Editor

Gary Gillingham

Production Accountant

Craig Glaser

Craft Service

Andy Glen

Music Editor

Michael Goldman

Electrician

Brett Goldstein

Casting

Allan J Gordon

Props

Ken Gorrell

Special Effects

Isobel Griffiths

Music Contractor

Edward Gutierrez

Grip

Morgan Guynes

Special Effects

Craig Haagensen

Camera Operator

Kenneth Haber

Location Manager

Daniel Haizlip

Best Boy Grip

Don Heitzer

Production Manager

Scott Helvenston

Stunts

Leigh Hennessy

Stunt Man

Isabel Hill

Special Thanks To

Bill Hiney

Art Director

John Lee Hooker

Song Performer

John Lee Hooker

Song

Trevor Horn

Song

Harry Humphries

Technical Advisor

Walter Huse

Grip

Chrissie Hynde

Song

Michele Imperato-stabile

Unit Production Manager

Nick Ingman

Original Music

Chris Innis

Associate Editor

John Ireland

Foley Editor

Kevin Jackson

Grip

Rodger Jacobs

Makeup Artist

Gene Johnson

Transportation Coordinator

Hugh Johnson

Director Of Photography

Richard L Johnson

Art Director

Marisa Johnston

Post-Production Coordinator

Trevor Jones

Original Music

Trevor Jones

Music

Gary Kangrga

Key Grip

Jules Kaufmann

Office Assistant

Julian Kershaw

Original Music

Peter King

Stunts

Luca Kouimelis

Script Supervisor

Anne Lai

Assistant

Scott Leftridge

Grip

Shari Leibowitz

Production Coordinator

Craig Heston Ligget

Rigging Gaffer

Steve Litecky

Best Boy

Derek Lomas

Assistant Sound Editor

Mark Lonsdale

Stunts

Alex Marcou

Music Editor

Cheryl Ann Markowitz

Makeup

Arthur Max

Production Designer

Tim Mcbride

Associate Producer

Joe Mccloskey

Costumes

Chris Mccomb

Accounting Assistant

William M. Mcconnell

Assistant Camera Operator

Russell Mcentyre

Transportation Coordinator

Fred Mclane

Assistant Camera Operator

John Mcsweeney

Assistant Location Manager

Rob Meisenholder

Accounting Assistant

Ray Merrin

Rerecording

Jill Meyers

Music

Sarah Millar

Accounting Assistant

Dan Mindel

Director Of Photography

Cheri Minns

Makeup Artist

Diane Minter Lewis

Associate Producer

Thomas Minton

Set Designer

Jeff Monks

Special Thanks To

Demi Moore

Producer

Frank Moorefield

Medic

Charlie Morgan

Music

Mary Morgan

Location Manager

Daniel J Mortensen

Transportation Captain

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Music

Tristan Mullane

Assistant Editor

Terry Needham

Assistant Director

Terry Needham

Associate Producer

Kathy Nelson

Music Supervisor

Randy Newman

Song

Randy L Nielsen

Sound

Steve C Owen

Key Rigging Grip

David Paris

Other

Frank Parrish

Assistant Camera Operator

Julie Payne

Assistant

Dan Pemberton

Construction Coordinator

Carl Post

Other

Tania Powell

Liaison

Pam Power

Editor

Giacomo Puccini

Music Composer

Mick Ralphs

Song

Pat Rand

Post-Production Supervisor

Virginia Randolph-weaver

Art Director

Todd Ranson

Electrician

David Rawley

Costume Supervisor

Errol Reichow

Location Manager

Mark Reinking

Assistant

Simon Rhodes

Music

Allen Peppy Richardson

Special Effects

Darin Rivetti

Assistant Director

Tony Rivetti

Assistant Camera Operator

Paul Bernard Rogers

Song

David Ronne

Sound Mixer

Greg Jou Jon Rouche

Choreographer

Frank Ryan

Grip

Mark Sale

Assistant Editor

Tim Salmon

Boom Operator

Pietro Scalia

Editor

John Scanlan

Best Boy

Richard Scarpone

Video Assist/Playback

Ridley Scott

Producer

Catherine Scwenn

Assistant Production Coordinator

Victoria Seale

Music Coordinator

Lee Shapira

Key Rigging Grip

Alison Sherman

Production Coordinator

Lee Shulman

Other

Neville Shulman

Consultant

Susan Simms

Special Thanks To

Rob Simons

Assistant Art Director

Rob Simpson

Transportation Captain

John Skotchdopole

Assistant Camera Operator

Michael Solinger

Post-Production Supervisor

Adam Somner

Assistant Director

Jeff Sondberg

Best Boy

Jeff Sparks

Special Effects

Robert M Spencer

Electrician

Clare St. John

Production Coordinator

Jules Strasser

Boom Operator

Christopher Surgent

Assistant Director

Ray Svedin

Special Effects

Amy Taft

Production Coordinator

Bill Taliaferro

Assistant Art Director

Tommy Tancharoen

Transportation Coordinator

Andrew Taylor

Grip

Tracy Thielen

Song

Film Details

Also Known As
GI Jane
MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Action
Adventure
Thriller
War
Political
Adaptation
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Lake Placid, New York, USA; Richmond, Virginia, USA; Clay County, Florida, USA; Washington, DC, USA; Beaufort, South Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 5m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 22, 1997

Released in United States on Video February 3, 1998

Began shooting April 8, 1996.

Completed shooting mid August 1996.

Released in United States Summer August 22, 1997

Released in United States on Video February 3, 1998