The General's Daughter


1h 56m 1999

Brief Synopsis

When warrant officer Paul Brenner, a top investigator from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division, is assigned to look into the murder of Capt. Elisabeth Campbell, he inadvertently uncovers a scandal of immense proportions. Armed with the power to arrest any military person, whatever the rank, anywhere in the world, Brenner is determined to solve the crime, no matter where his pursuit leads, even if the clues point to his hero, Gen. "Fighting Joe" Campbell.

Film Details

Also Known As
General's Daughter, Generalens dotter, La hija del general, Le Deshonneur d'Elisabeth Campbell, d├ęshonneur d'Elisabeth Campbell, hija del general
MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Crime
Mystery
Thriller
Adaptation
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Savannah, Georgia, USA; Sacramento, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 56m

Synopsis

When warrant officer Paul Brenner, a top investigator from the Army's Criminal Investigation Division, is assigned to look into the murder of Capt. Elisabeth Campbell, he inadvertently uncovers a scandal of immense proportions. Armed with the power to arrest any military person - whatever the rank - anywhere in the world, Brenner is determined to solve the crime, no matter where his pursuit leads, even if the clues point to his hero, Gen. ``Fighting Joe'' Campbell.

Crew

Mike Akins

Grip

Michael Alexonis

Grip

Matthew Alper

Photography

Miguel Alvarado

Production Assistant

Chistopher Amy

Assistant Property Master

Dominique Arcadio

Art Department Coordinator

Anthony Archuleta

Assistant

J H Arrufat

Dialogue Editor

Lee Auerbach

Electrician

Steve Bacon

Grip

Bill Baldwin

Assistant Sound Editor

Glenn Ballard

Grip

Bob Baron

Adr Mixer

Lori Barrera

Assistant

Jeffrey J Barrows

On-Set Dresser

Paul Bartoli

On-Set Dresser

Scott Barton

Production Assistant

Christopher Bertolini

Screenplay

Stan Bielowicz

Special Effects

Scott Blackwell

Special Effects

Marek Bojsza

Electrician

Mark Boley

Hair

Bob Bornstein

Music

Joey Box

Stunts

John Branagan

Stunts

Tony Brazas

Stunts

Dennis Bredow

Visual Effects

Joseph Brennan

Boom Operator

Kathryn Brock

Stunts

Bob F Brown

Stunts

David Brown

Construction Coordinator

Kayce Brown

Production Assistant

Mark W Brown

On-Set Dresser

Peter A Brown

Sound Effects Editor

Kenneth Bryant

On-Set Dresser

Laura Bryant

Location Manager

Michelle Buhler

Makeup

Michele Burke

Makeup

Kenny Burrell

Song Performer

Carter Burwell

Music

Keith Campbell

Stunts

Lorrie Campbell

Set Designer

John Campuzano

Video

Robert Camron

On-Set Dresser

Randy Cantor

Transportation Captain

Richard Cantu

Camera Operator

Frank Capello

Props

Brent Carlton

Consultant

Sean Carville

On-Set Dresser

Thomas Causey

Sound Mixer

Jared Chandler

Advisor

Richard Chirco

On-Set Dresser

Lynn Christopher

Set Designer

Christopher Cilluffo

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jeff Clark

Sound Effects Editor

Alexandra Close

Assistant

Ray Colcord

Music

George Colucci

Stunts

David Conley

Electrician

Eddie Conna

Stunts

Don E Cooke

Production

Glenn Corbett

Electrician

Shellaine Corwel

Visual Effects

Richard Corwin

Dialogue Editor

Anne Couk

Assistant Sound Editor

Robert D Crotty

Visual Effects

Christopher Crowe

Screenplay

James P Cullen

Costumes

Scott Curtis

Foley Editor

Jamie Daddio

Accounting Assistant

Gary Dahlquist

Rigging Gaffer

Michael Dahlquist

Electrician

Patti Dalzell

Script Supervisor

Steve Danton

Assistant Director

Lisa M. Davidson

Assistant Production Coordinator

Kathy Day

Assistant

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Steven Dearth

Special Effects

Rusty Debarge

Grip

Xanthia Decaux

Casting Associate

Nelson Demille

Source Material (From Novel)

Wash Dennis

Song Performer

James Deoliveira

Production Assistant

Dale Destafani

Props

Norm Dlugatch

Music

Anson Downes

Associate Producer

Lisa A Doyle

Set Costumer

Christina Drahos

Visual Effects

Beverli Eagen

Set Designer

Shiloh Eck

Grip

David B Ellis

Electrician

Terry Erickson

Special Effects

Peter Evangelatos

Craft Service

Michael Farrow

Music

Dane Farwell

Stunts

Linda R Favila

Associate Producer

Roger Fearing

Assistant Sound Editor

Tammy Fearing

Foley Editor

Ricardo F Ferrat

Electrician

Perri Fichtner

Production Assistant

Lorraine Fischer

Dga Trainee

Nathan Fitzgerald

Assistant Editor

Stephen Hunter Flick

Sound Editor

Stephen Hunter Flick

Sound Designer

Richard Foreman

Photography

Megan Forste

Photography

Gregory N Franklin

Electrician

Sierra French-myerson

Casting Associate

Toni G

Makeup Supervisor

Bryan Garofalo

Assistant Property Master

Susan Germaine

Hair Stylist

Geno Ghiselli

On-Set Dresser

Mickey Giacomazzi

Stunts

Archie Gogoladze

Visual Effects

William Goldman

Screenplay

Dominic Gonzalez

Music

Scott Goodale

Props

Jarek Gorczycki

Lighting Technician

Gia Goyen

Other

Cris Graves

Production Assistant

Gloria Groover

Other

Stephen Gunzenhauser

Music Conductor

Dana Gustafson

Foley Editor

Michael Halasz

Music Conductor

Jeffrey M. Hall

Electrician

Robin Harlan

Foley Artist

R Dana Harlow

Grip

Ann Harris

Art Director

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Robert Hatfield

Projectionist

Glen E. Hawbecker

Props

George Henfling

Accounting Assistant

Jim Henrikson

Music Editor

Una Hill

Production Assistant

Patrick R. Hoeschen

Electrician

Rupert Holmes

Song

Carl Hooper

Visual Effects

Craig Hosking

Other

Will Huff

Makeup Artist

Michael Hunter

On-Set Dresser

Stephani Hunter

Production Assistant

Joseph P Hurt

Makeup Artist

Elizabeth Ingram

Production Assistant

David R Israel

Location Manager

Rich Jackson

Video Assist/Playback

Timothy C Jackson

Props

William Jacobs

Sound Effects Editor

Cal Johnson

Stunts

Elvin Jones

Song

Greg Hale Jones

Screenplay

Greg Hale Jones

Writer (Adaptation)

Susan V Kalinowski

Hair Stylist

Dan Kelley

Camera Equipment

Gary Kelso

Grip

Lis Kern

Associate Producer

Jeffrey Kirschenbaum

Production Assistant

Richard Kite

Other

Marc Kolbe

Digital Effects Supervisor

Sonny Kompanek

Music

Jon-marc Kortsch

Visual Effects

Steve Koster

Camera Operator

Jonathan D Krane

Executive Producer

Susan Kurtz

Dialogue Editor

Brandon Lambdin

Production Assistant

Gregg Landaker

Sound Mixer

Ward Lathrope

Production

Romina M Laygo

Production Assistant

Foongy Lee

Assistant Director

Barrett J Leigh

Production Assistant

Robert Leitelt

Grip

Stratton Leopold

Unit Production Manager

Stratton Leopold

Coproducer

Ken Lesco

Stunts

Irving Lewis

Stunts

Thomas E Lifsey

Props

Michael A Logan

Grip

Paul Lombardi

Special Effects Coordinator

Daniel Loomis

Production Assistant

Paul Lowery

Electrician

Richard Lund

Photography

Joe Luther

Electrician

Lennie Macdonald

Other

Dennis Madalone

Stunts

Marvin March

Set Decorator

Mindy Marin

Casting

April K Martens

Other

Steve Maslow

Sound Mixer

Scott Mattson

Effects Coordinator

Joe C Maxwell

Camera Operator

Robert Mazaraki

Production Coordinator

William C. Mcconnell Jr.

Photography

William M. Mcconnell

Photography

Barbara Mcdermott

Music Editor

Dave Mcdonald

Adr

Robert Mcgovern

Stunts

Fred Mclane

Photography

Jim Mclean

Visual Effects

Dennis Mcneill

Color Timer

Peter Menzies

Dp/Cinematographer

Peter Menzies

Director Of Photography

Film Details

Also Known As
General's Daughter, Generalens dotter, La hija del general, Le Deshonneur d'Elisabeth Campbell, d├ęshonneur d'Elisabeth Campbell, hija del general
MPAA Rating
Genre
Drama
Crime
Mystery
Thriller
Adaptation
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Savannah, Georgia, USA; Sacramento, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 56m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer June 18, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1999

Michael Douglas was previously attached to star.

Actor-director John Frankenheimer died July 6, 2002 of a stroke at the age of 72.

Began shooting July 15, 1998.

Completed shooting November 13, 1998.

Released in United States Summer June 18, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1999