Mickey Blue Eyes


1h 43m 1999

Brief Synopsis

When proper Englishman and Manhattan art dealer, Michael Felgate, falls in love with Gina Vitale, he is certain she'll soon be his bride. Upon proposing to her at "La Trattoria," a popular eatery in Little Italy, he makes a wrong turn looking for the men's room and discovers a man imprisoned in the restaurant's meat freezer. At this point, he learns not only that his bride-to-be is in fact the daughter of a powerful mafia godfather, but that his "discovery" has just embroiled him in a dangerous situation which requires him to pose as the gangster "Mickey Blue Eyes" in order to get out of it alive.

Film Details

Also Known As
Mickey les yeux bleus, Mickey ojos azules
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
UNITED INTERNATIONAL PICTURES (UIP)/WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

English art dealer Michael Felgate is dumbfounded to learn that his girlfriend, Gina Vitale, cannot accept his marriage proposal because her entire family is involved with the Mafia. Undeterred and in love, Michael meets Gina's father, mob boss Frank, who immediately takes a shine to the young suitor. But before he can give his blessing, Frank has plans for Michael that may or may not end in wedding bells.

Crew

Daniel J Adkins

Wardrobe

Chris Allies

Titles

Stephen Barker

Post-Production Supervisor

Stacey Beneville

Assistant Director

Umberto Bertini

Song

Edward Bilous

Song

Cesare Andrea Bixio

Song

Paula Boram

Foley Artist

Kelly G Brine

Production

Pete Bucossi

Stunt Coordinator

James Caan

Song Performer

Irving Caesar

Song

Lynn Campbell

Makeup

Andrew Casey

Steadicam Operator

Leonello Casucci

Song

James Cavanaugh

Song

Al Cerullo

Helicopter Pilot

Bixio Cherubini

Song

Betty Chin

Production Coordinator

Paolo Citarella

Song

Rosemary Clooney

Song Performer

John Cochrane

Editor

Ed Colyer

Foley Recordist

Betty Comden

Song

Paolo Conte

Song

Paolo Conte

Song Performer

Margot Core

Music Supervisor

Terry Dewey Jr.

Song

Drew Dillard

Location Manager

Brendan Donnison

Casting

Norman Douglass

Stunt Coordinator

Bernard Edwards

Song

Martin Evans

Sound Editor

Alice Farrell

Casting Associate

Bryan Ferry

Song Performer

Arlene Fishbach

Music

Geoff Foster

Music

David Freeman

Editor

Paul Gayten

Song

Dominic Gibbs

Music Editor

Anne Gorman

Costume Supervisor

Adloph Green

Song

Al Green

Song

Al Green

Song Performer

Pauline Griffiths

Foley Artist

Albert Griswald

Special Effects

Larry Grossman

Song

Robert Guidry

Song

Wolfgang Hammerschmidt

Music

Donald Harris

Song

Wilbert Harrison

Song

John Hayward

Rerecording

Trish Heine

Makeup

Clarence Henry

Song Performer

Wayne Herndon

Hair Stylist

Peter Holt

Foley Editor

Elizabeth Hurley

Producer

Alan Jackson

Song

Susan Kaufman

Set Decorator

Gregory Keen

Production Designer

Steve Koster

Other

Robert Kuhn

Screenplay

Mark Lawrence

Screenplay

David Makin

Director Of Photography

Brick Mason

Production

Larry Mcconkey

Steadicam Operator

Freddie Mercury

Song

Bob Merrill

Song

Danny Michael

Sound Mixer

Tricia Miles

Post-Production Supervisor

Ellen Mirojnick

Costume Designer

Willie Mitchell

Song

Russ Morgan

Song

Christo Morse

Assistant Director

Charles Mulvehill

Producer

Charles Mulvehill

Unit Production Manager

Richard Patrick

Assistant Director

Basil Poledouris

Music

Cole Porter

Song

Louis Prima

Song Performer

Richard Pryke

Rerecording

Don Reddy

Camera Operator

Nelson Riddle

Song Performer

Nile Rodgers

Song

Peter De Rose

Song

Laura Rosenthal

Casting

Nino Rota

Song

Lisa M Rowe

Assistant Director

Sheila Saldron

Script Supervisor

Michael Samson

Assistant Director

Adam Scheinman

Screenplay

Goldalee Semel

Costume Coordinator

Carl Sigman

Song

Frank Sinatra

Song Performer

Ginger Sledge

Unit Production Manager

Steven Scott Smalley

Original Music

Karin Smith

Associate Producer

Matt Smith

Production Assistant

Michael Smith

Assistant Director

Max Steiner

Song

Larry Stock

Song

Jule Styne

Song

Alessandro Taccani

Song

Donald E. Thorin

Director Of Photography

Achille Togliani

Song Performer

Beth Tyler

Script Supervisor

Peter Waggoner

Adr Mixer

Tom Warren

Art Director

Deirdre N. Williams

Costume Supervisor

Benjamin Wilson

Costume Supervisor

Rolf Wilson

Other

Sara Woodhatch

Post-Production Coordinator

Film Details

Also Known As
Mickey les yeux bleus, Mickey ojos azules
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
UNITED INTERNATIONAL PICTURES (UIP)/WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 20, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 28, 1999

Began shooting January 7, 1998.

Simian Films is Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley's London-based production company.

Completed shooting April 7, 1998.

TBC footage

Released in United States Summer August 20, 1999

Released in United States on Video December 28, 1999