Grosse Pointe Blank


1h 47m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Charming and proficient as a hired gun, Martin Blank returns to his hometown of Grosse Point, Michigan to attend his high school reunion and seek fulfillment and truth. Once there, he plans to meet up with his former girlfriend and perform one last hit.

Film Details

Also Known As
Tueurs à gages
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Action
Crime
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Detroit, Michigan, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

Charming and proficient as a hired gun, Martin Blank returns to his hometown of Grosse Point, Michigan to attend his high school reunion and seek "fulfillment and truth." Once there he plans to meet up with his former girlfriend and perform "one last hit."

Crew

Joanne Abrams

Post-Production Assistant

Joanne Abrams

Other

Matthew Altman

On-Set Dresser

Stephen Altman

Production Designer

James M Anderson

Director Of Photography

Reggie Andrews

Song

Stuart Arbright

Song

Brent Armitage

Associate Producer

George Armitage

Screenplay

Susan Arnold

Producer

Samuel F Arroyo

Craft Service

Daniel Ash

Song

Gerard Averill

Assistant Location Manager

Bob Badami

Music

Justine Baddeley

Casting Associate

Eugenie Bafaloukos

Costume Designer

Michael Bailey

Best Boy

William Ballard

Transportation Captain

Greg Banta

Electrician

Bobby Bare

Song Performer

Scott Bartolik

Other

Benjamin Beardwood

Dialogue Editor

Brian Berdan

Editor

Kenneth G Berkhout

Electrician

Randy Berrett

Grip

Roger Birnbaum

Producer

Tracy Bonham

Song Performer

Tracy Bonham

Song

Aneikit Bonnel

Art Department Coordinator

Mike Bordin

Song

Roddy Bottum

Song

David Bowie

Song

David Bowie

Song Performer

Johannes Brahms

Music

Jeff Brockton

Stunts

Steven Brown

Unit Production Manager

Marcei A Brubaker

Assistant Director

William Burton

Stunts

Colleen Callaghan

Hair Stylist

Tom Campau

Camera Operator

Gleen Campling

Song

Tom Carleton

Assistant Director

Brian Carrigan

Consultant

John Valentine Carruthers

Song

Ndugu Chancler

Song

Adrienne Childers

Costumes

Flavio Ciancianulo

Song

Edward Clarke

Song

Bill Clevenger

Assistant Camera Operator

Ralph Coleman

Location Manager

Graham Cousins

Production Assistant

Andrew Cox

Song

John Cusack

Screenplay

John Cusack

Coproducer

Jeff Dashnaw

Stunts

Chris David

Rerecording

Steven W Davis

Graphics

Pete De Freitas

Song

John Deacon

Song

Doug Dearth

Assistant

Lisa Dempsey

Stunts

Dan Dengel

Transportation Coordinator

Deirdre Detappan

Production Coordinator

D. V. Devincentis

Music

D. V. Devincentis

Screenplay

Danny Dill

Song

Luther Dixon

Song

Clement Dodd

Song

Seymour Dodd

Song

James Doherty

Best Boy Grip

Doris Donnenberg

Assistant Production Coordinator

Eddy Donno

Stunts

Chris Douridas

Music

Ned Dowd

Production

Dean Drabin

Adr

Dan Duggan

Grip

E

Song

Joe Earle

Sound Effects Editor

Richard Miller Ellis

Stunts

Eric Erickson

Adr

Joern-uwe Fahrenkrog-petersen

Song

Jimmy Ferguson

Other

Adam Fields

Song Performer

Black Francis

Song

Magne Furuholmen

Song

Jay Galbo

Electrician

Carlos M Gallardo

Dolly Grip

Gordon Gano

Song

Thomas Geraci-wagner

Assistant Property Master

Evan L Gilner

Assistant Director

Jonathan Glickman

Executive Producer

Melvin Glover

Song

Michael Goldenberg

Song

Libby Goldstein

Casting Associate

Melinda Sue Gordon

Photography

William Gould

Song

Mark C Grech

Other

Aaron Greene

Assistant

Ann Hadsell

Adr

Conrad W. Hall

Camera Operator

Sarah Hammond

Foley

David Hankins

Music Editor

Suzanne Hanover

Photography

Morten Harket

Song

Robin Harlan

Foley

Tom Harper

Stunts

Greg Harris

Stunts

John Harvey

Song

John Haskell

Electrician

Kevin Haskins

Song

James B Hebenstreit

Adr

Frederick Hibbert

Song

Paul Hickerson

Special Effects Foreman

Buddy Joe Hooker

Stunt Coordinator

William H Hooker

Stunts

Walter Horne

Production Associate

Kevin Lamont Jackson

Stunts

Tom Jankiewicz

From Story

Tom Jankiewicz

Screenplay

Randy Johnson

Boom Operator

Marisa Johnston

Post-Production Coordinator

Mick Jones

Song

Kimberly Jones-clark

Accounting Assistant

Gloria Kaiser

Color Timer

Mark Kamps

Assistant Sound Editor

Carlo Karges

Song

Lemmy Kilmister

Song

Josh King

Assistant Director

Anthony Kleeman

Stunts

Jessica Krekorian

Assistant

David Krieger

Production Assistant

Joe Lafata

Production Assistant

Karen Laverty

Assistant

John Layne

Electrician

Stevie Lazo

Production Accountant

Jackie Levine

Associate Producer

Gary Lewis

Dialogue Editor

Ted Lewis

Grip

Karl Linde

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert Livingstone

Song

Kenneth Lockie

Song

Parker Logan

Music

Stacy Logan

Stunts

Cricky Long

Production Associate

Junie Lowry-johnson

Casting

Anthony Maccario

Property Master

Shane Macgowan

Song

Kelly Malone

Stand-In

Blake Maniquis

Assistant Editor

Jim Martin

Song

Todd Masterson

Prosthetic Makeup

Brian May

Song

Linda Mccartney

Song

Paul Mccartney

Song

Alex Mcclain

Production Associate

Ian Stephen Mcculloch

Song

Alan Z Mccurdy

Assistant Editor

Scott Meehan

Art Director

Freddie Mercury

Song

Jill Meyers

Music

Theresa Repola Mohammed

Negative Cutting

Robert Morgenroth

Video

David Morton

Gaffer

Everett Morton

Song

Chuck Mosely

Song

Johnny Nash

Song

Johnny Nash

Song Performer

Kathy Nelson

Music Supervisor

Myron Nettinga

Sound Effects Editor

Richard T Norris

Song

Ralph Osborn

Dialogue Editor

Colin Osbourne

Song

Maurice Palinski

Costumes

Les Pattinson

Song

Steve Pederson

Rerecording

Tom Perry

Rerecording

Steve Pink

Coproducer

Steve Pink

Screenplay

Brian Powell

Assistant

Kelly Richards Ralston

Accounting Assistant

Pat Rand

Post-Production Supervisor

Huey Redwine

Stand-In

Jimmy Reed

Song Performer

Michael Reinhard

Construction Coordinator

Sylvia Robinson

Song

Arthur Rochester

Sound Mixer

Ronnie Rondell

Stunts

Donna Roth

Producer

Angie Rubin

Music Editor

Lata Ryan

Executive Producer

Woody Schultz

Production Associate

Bill H Schwocho

Stand-In

Will Sergeant

Song

Steven Severi

Song

Robert Sharman

Video

Kerry Shea

Production Coordinator

Gary Shephard

Transportation Coordinator

Larry Shephard

Transportation Coordinator

Scheris Shephard

Costumes

Laura Simmons

Medic

Film Details

Also Known As
Tueurs à gages
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Action
Crime
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Detroit, Michigan, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 11, 1997

Released in United States on Video October 14, 1997

Released in United States August 1997

Shown at Fantasy Film Festival in Germany August 1997.

The 1997 Fantasy Film Festival tours Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin during the month of August.

Project was previously in development at United Artists.

Began shooting January 23, 1996.

Completed shooting March 27, 1996.

Released in United States Spring April 11, 1997

Released in United States on Video October 14, 1997

Released in United States August 1997 (Shown at Fantasy Film Festival in Germany August 1997.)

Released in United States August 1997 (The 1997 Fantasy Film Festival tours Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin during the month of August.)