Dick


1h 30m 1999

Brief Synopsis

After taking a wrong turn on a White House tour, teens Betsy Jobs and Arlene Lorenzo stumble across a room packed full of presidential secrets. In an effort to find out exactly what the girls know, Richard Nixon himself appoints them as official White House dog walkers. Suddenly and accidentally, the two girls are swept up in the political intrigue of the world's most famous break-in: Watergate. As the clueless duo are plunged deeper into their Washington adventure, not even all the President's men can stop Betsy and Arlene from unwittingly changing the course of history.

Film Details

Also Known As
Aventuras en la Casa Blanca, Dick: Les coulisses de la Presidence, Dick: The Unmaking of the President
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Period
Political
Teens
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Abc News Videosource; By David's; By David's Capers On Location; Conde Nast Publications, Inc.; Films Effects; Great Northern/ Reiff & Associates (Ny); Hasbro, Inc.; National Park Services; Owen & Desalvo Company; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Paramount Pictures; Sounddogs.Com, Inc.; Starcraft; StudioCanal; Todd-Ao; Virgin Records; Voices Anonymous; Warner Bros. Worldwide Studio Facilities; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing; Cts; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Washington, DC, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

After taking a wrong turn on a White House tour, teens Betsy Jobs and Arlene Lorenzo stumble across a room packed full of presidential secrets. In an effort to find out exactly what the girls know, Richard Nixon himself appoints them as official White House dog walkers. Suddenly and accidentally, the two girls are swept up in the political intrigue of the world's most famous break-in: Watergate. As the clueless duo are plunged deeper into their Washington adventure, not even all the President's men can stop Betsy and Arlene from unwittingly changing the course of history.

Crew

Brad Alexander

Assistant Location Manager

Elayne Alexander

Set Costumer

Bob Allen

1st Assistant Editor

Peter Allen

Song ("I Honestly Love You")

Benny Anderson

Song ("Dancing Queen")

Jon Anderson

Song ("I'Ve Seen All Good People")

Stig Andersson

Song ("Dancing Queen")

Stephanie Anotisca

Unit Production Manager (Washington Dc)

Mary Arthurs

Dresser

Gala Autumn

Costume Supervisor

Jeff Barry

Song ("I Honestly Love You")

Michael Battaglia

Unit Publicist

Joseph Becker

Production Manager (Washington Dc)

Rick Bold

Boom Operator

Sherri Bramlett

Key Hair (Washington Dc)

Betty Brikowski

Wardrobe Supervisor (Washington Dc)

Leigh Brinkman

Stunts

Ann Brodie

Makeup

Joseph Broussard

Song ("Mr Big Stuff")

Bill Brown

Post-Production Supervisor

Errol Brown

Song ("Brother Louie")

Whitney Brown

Production Manager

D J Carson

Assistant (To David Coatsworth)

D.j. Carson

Assistant

Harry Wayne Casey

Song ("Rock Your Baby")

David Coatsworth

Executive Producer

David Coatsworth

Unit Production Manager

Lee Cole

Other

Steve Copley

Foley Mixer

Marc Corriveau

Property Master

Allan Cotter

Special Effects Keys

Carolyn Cox

2nd Assistant Camera

Bob Crewe

Song ("Lady Marmalade")

Carl Crotonese

Props (Washington Dc)

George Cunningham

Apprentice Editor

Mark Cyre

1st Assistant Camera

Greg Daprato

Assistant Property Master

Peter Daprato

Assistant Key Grip

Robert Daprato

Key Grip

Angela Davis

Special Thanks

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Jean Dean

Special Thanks

John Debney

Music

Tyler Delben

Assistant Director

Tyler Delbin

Trainee Assistant Director

Yann Delpuech

Effects Editor

Pam Dixon Mickelson

Casting

Barbara Dumphy

Production Designer

Donna Dupere-taylor

Background Casting

Greg Eby

Assistant Accountant

Ryan Eldree

Effects Editor

Donald Elmblad

Set Decorator

David Essex

Song

David Essex

Song Performer ("Rock On")

Deborah Everton

Costume Designer

Jo Anne Finan

Negative Cutter

Richard Finch

Song ("Rock Your Baby")

Stephanie Flack

Dialogue Editor

David Flaherty

Location Manager

Andrew Fleming

Screenwriter

David E Fluhr

Other

Danielle Fredrickson

Transportation Dispatcher (Washington Dc)

Todd Fulkerson

2nd Assistant Editor

Wendy Gaboury

Assistant Accountant

Michael Galbraith

Chief Lighting Technician

David Gates

Song ("Baby I'M A Want You")

Gerry Goffin

Song ("The Loco-Motion")

Mia Goldman

Editor

Rob Goldstein

Camera Trainee

Berry Gordy

Song ("Abc")

Jonathan Gould

Production Assistant

Yolanda Graci

3rd Assistant Director

Tracie Graham

Special Thanks

Dale Grahn

Color Timer

Bill Gray

1st Assistant Camera (Washington Dc)

Kathy Greene

Key Makeup (Washington Dc)

Alexander Gruszynski

Director Of Photography

Jamie Hallet

Digital Film Compositor

Mike Hallet

Digital Film Compositor

Pat Hanley-cumming

Set Costumer

Michele Harney

Supervisor

Philip Harrelson

Production Assistant

Kerry Hayes

Stills Photographer

Jerry Herman

Song ("Hello Dolly")

Violetta Hessing

Dog Handler

Daniel Hewett

Assistant Accountant

Kara Hiltz

Production Assistant

Robbi Hinds

Director Of Miniature Photography

David Hirschfield

Assistant Art Director

Libby Hodgson

1st Assistant Director

Andrea Horta

Adr Editor

Ryan Howard

Production Assistant

Gale Anne Hurd

Producer

David Husby

Production Mixer

Joe Incaprera

Second 2nd Assistant Director (Washington Dc)

Charles Martin Inouye

Music Editor

Mark James

Song ("Hooked On A Feeling")

Erin Jarvis

Stunts

Adam Jenkins

Other

Kevin Jewison

Camera Operator

Elton John

Song

Elton John

Song Performer ("Crocodile Rock")

Dione Kane

Assistant Coordinator

Larry Keating

Production Assistant

Diane Kerbel

Casting (Toronto)

Carole King

Song ("The Loco-Motion")

Gershon Kingsley

Song ("Popcorn")

Inge Klaudi

Assistant Make-Up

Jean Knight

Song Performer ("Mr Big Stuff")

Jason Kolodziejczak

Digital Film Compositor

Clifford Latimer

Dialogue Editor

Paul Leblanc

Design Consultant

Michael Lennick

Visual Effects Designer & Supervisor

Sheryl Longin

Screenwriter

Grant Lucibello

2nd Assistant Director

Dennis Lussier

Song ("Abc")

Dean Manly

Assistant Sound Editor

Susan Marucci

Script Supervisor

George Mccrae

Song Performer ("Rock Your Baby")

Ray Mcmillan

Visual Effects Designer & Supervisor

Tim Merkel

Steadicam Operator

Alphonso Mizell

Song ("Abc")

Tom Nichols

Key Grip (Washington Dc)

Harry Nilsson

Song Performer ("Coconut")

Harry Nilsson

Song

Kenny Nolan

Song ("Lady Marmalade")

Lucy Orton

Hair Stylist

Eric Pacarelli

Motion Control Operator

Nancey Pankiw

Set Designer

Miles Perman

2nd Assistant Director (Washington Dc)

Frederick Perren

Song ("Abc")

Jeena M Phelps

Assistant Sound Editor

Catherine Pretty

Assistant Art Director

Peggy Pridemore

Location Manager (Washington Dc)

Reet Puhm

Key Scenic Artist

Divyo Putney

Hair Stylist

Manny Quinones

Transportation Captain (Washington Dc)

Branko Racki

Stunt Coordinator

Branko Racki

Stunts

Brian Risner

Effects Editor

Andrew Roberts

Foley Mixer

Erich Roland

Steadicam Operator (Washington Dc)

Alison C. Rosa

1st Assistant Director (Washington Dc)

Paul Rutledge

Stunts

Ralph Sall

Music Supervisor

Ralph Sall

Song Producer ("Dancing Queen" (Sixpence None The Richer Version))

Howard Samuelsohn

Dan Hedaya'S Speech Coach

Nina Saxon

Main & End Titles Designer

Susanne Schlomer

Assistant (To Andrew Fleming)

Rodney Sharpp

Assistant Sound Editor

Tracy Shaw

Dolly Grip

John Sievert

Foley Walker

Carly Simon

Song Performer ("You'Re So Vain")

Carly Simon

Song

Tim Singh

3rd Assistant Director

Matthew Slocum

Song Prducer ("Dancing Queen" (Sixpence None The Richer Version))

Bob Snow

White House Technical Advisor

Chris Squire

Song ("I'Ve Seen All Good People")

Tom Starnes

Assistnt Lighting Technician

Angelo Stea

Dresser

Stuart Stein

2nd Assistant Camera (Washington Dc)

Jack Stern

Other

Billy Stewart

Production Assistant

Timothy M Storey

Production Coordinator

John Switzer

Additional Audio

Bernie Taupin

Song ("Crocodile Rock")

Frank Tenaglia

Transportation Captain

Robert Tenaglia

Transportation Coordinator

Peter Thomas

Sound Mixer (Washington Dc)

Timmy Thomas

Song Performer ("Why Can'T We Live Together")

Timmy Thomas

Song

Timothy Jamahli Thomas

Song Performer

Timothy Jamahli Thomas

Song

Mark Thomson

Construction Coordinator

Elaine Thurston

Production Accountant

Tom Tobin

Production Assistant

David Tommasini

Helicopter Camera Pilot

Bj÷rn Ulvaeus

Song ("Dancing Queen")

Lolly Vegas

Song ("Come And Get Your Love")

Carol Washington

Song ("Mr Big Stuff")

Bob Waybright

Chief Lighting Technician (Washington Dc)

Mike Welch

Assistant (To Gale Ann Hurd)

Barry White

Song ("Love'S Theme")

Laurence Wiese

Location Production Assistant

Ralph Vaughan Williams

Song

Ralph Williams

Song ("Mr Big Stuff")

Steve Williams

Supervising Sound Editor

Anthony Wilson

Song ("Brother Louie")

Terry Wilson

Music Editor

Robert Yoshioka

Digital Film Compositor

Gilbert Young

Transportation Co-Captain (Washington Dc)

Lucinda Zak

Art Director

Tai Zimmer

2nd Assistant Editor

Jonathan Zurer

Production Coordinator (Washington Dc)

Film Details

Also Known As
Aventuras en la Casa Blanca, Dick: Les coulisses de la Presidence, Dick: The Unmaking of the President
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Period
Political
Teens
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Abc News Videosource; By David's; By David's Capers On Location; Conde Nast Publications, Inc.; Films Effects; Great Northern/ Reiff & Associates (Ny); Hasbro, Inc.; National Park Services; Owen & Desalvo Company; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Paramount Pictures; Sounddogs.Com, Inc.; Starcraft; StudioCanal; Todd-Ao; Virgin Records; Voices Anonymous; Warner Bros. Worldwide Studio Facilities; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing; Cts; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Washington, DC, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1999

Released in United States Summer August 4, 1999

Began shooting April 13, 1998.

Completed shooting June 24, 1998.

Released in United States Summer August 4, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1999