Guncrazy


1h 36m 1992

Brief Synopsis

A poorly educated, underclass high school girl, ostracized by her community and abused by her mother's ex-boyfriend, becomes pen pals with a convict -- and the two learn they have much in common. After his parole, they are caught up in the murder of the ex-boyfriend, who has come on too agressively

Film Details

Also Known As
Gun Crazy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Production Company
Kent Hamilton
Distribution Company
MAN RAY
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

A poorly educated, underclass high school girl, ostracized by her community and abused by her mother's ex-boyfriend, becomes pen pals with a convict -- and the two learn they have much in common. After his parole, they are caught up in the murder of the ex-boyfriend, who has come on too agressively to the girl. The two go on the lam, pursued by the authorities until a final confrontation results in more deaths.

Crew

Gina Achatz

Production Accountant

Keith Albert

Camera Operator

Tom Amelotte

Adr Editor

Tom Amelotte

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

David Azzoto

Lighting

Carol Sue Baker

Music Supervisor

Mike Barker

Assistant Camera Operator

Joe Barnett

Foley Mixer

Patrick Barry

Key Grip

Billy Bates

Stunts

Joseph Bauer

Other

Beastie Boys

Song

Beastie Boys

Song Performer

Ray Bickel

Stunts

Mori Biener

Assistant Production Coordinator

Ray Bird

Special Thanks To

Chuck Borden

Stunts

Phyllis Boyens

Song

Phyllis Boyens

Song Performer

Eddie Braun

Stunt Man

Matthew Bright

Screenplay

Gina Brockett

Wrangler

Jim Brockett

Wrangler

Chris Broquist

Thanks

Daniel (cineaste) Cady

Thanks

Tolley Casparis

Casting Director

Cody Chew

Thanks

Debbie Chew

Thanks

Tarran Chew

Thanks

Jez Colin

Production Assistant

George B Colucci

Stunts

Kevin Constant

Art Director

Robin Copeland

Cinematographer

Joal Corso

Transportation Captain

Tricia Cruikshank

Wardrobe

Matthew J Curry

Electrician

B J Davis

Stunt Coordinator

Kim Davis-wagner

Casting Director

Craig Delahoussaye

Negative Cutting

Karen Dimmig

Apprentice

Xavier Dubois

Music Supervisor

Phillip Ebeid

Props Assistant

Madeline Ellis

Sound

Deanna Esmaeel

Other

Robert L. Ferguson

Electrician

Roseanne Fiedler

Wardrobe

Diane Firestone

Producer

Michael Flaningam

Grip

Robert Foster

Medic

Garland Frady

Song Performer

Michael Franco

On-Set Dresser

Frank Gallardo

Electrician

Robert Gasper

Sound

Rocky George

Song

Andrew Glover

Electrician

Lynette Goto

Assistant Director

Lawrence S Grudichak

Apprentice

Herman Hadler

Special Thanks To

Kent Hamilton

Production Insurance

Page Hamilton

Song

John Hardigan

Special Effects

Ted Hayash

Gaffer

George Heffley

On-Set Dresser

Todd Herman

Adr Editor

Paul Hickerson

Special Effects

Elliott Hirsh

Special Thanks To

Mark William Hubel

Production Accountant

Kevin Hyman

Other

Paul Janossy

Assistant Camera Operator

Damon Jones

Production Assistant

Bob Kay

Assistant Director

Jacqueline Kiang

Office Assistant

Julia A F Kovisars

Assistant Director

Alison Krauss

Song Performer

Marie Lamotte

Script Supervisor

Joey Landry

Grip

Merrie Lawson

Costume Designer

David Lebowitz

Assistant Editor

Greg Leonard

Production Assistant

Zane Levitt

Producer

Anthony Marc Liali

Boom Operator

Robbie Little

Thanks

Tony Lizaola

Production Assistant

Sean Macias

Foley Artist

Don Manell

Titles

Bill Martin

Thanks

Jackie Martin

Thanks

Tom Mccormick

Other

Cole Mckay

Stunts

Beverly Mcleish

Special Effects

Ben Mcmillan

Song

Sharon Michaels

Foley Artist

Larry Michalski

Film Lab

Allen Mindell

Thanks

Daniel D Monahan

Sound

Mike Muir

Song

Bruce Murphy

Consultant

Rowena M Murphy

Assistant

Kara Nanas

Sound

Billy Nichols

Song

Ruben Oliva

Thanks

Lindsley Parsons

Other

Arianne Peckham

Grip

Jon Pennell

Song

Brian Pennington

Driver

Yale Penzell

Other

Sandy Pierce-pine

Art Assistant

Don Pike

Stunts

Gary Pike

Stunts

Jon Pochran

Stunts

Michael Porter

Apprentice

Aron Ranen

Video

John Raulerson

Grip

Patricia Reich

Production Coordinator

Lisa Rinzler

Director Of Photography

Craig Roberts

Other

Scott Rosencrans

Location Manager

Marla Saltzer

Office Assistant

Coco San Marie

Assistant

Tino Santhon

Security

Norman Scott

Song

Pete Sebring

Transportation Coordinator

Denise Shaw

Thanks

John Silva

Thanks

Alan Silver

Thanks

John E Smith

Grip

Rod Smith

Assistant Director

Scott Smith

Dialogue Editor

Troy Smith

Steadicam Operator

Troy Smith

Cinematographer

William Smith

Dubbing Mixer

William Smith

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Jerry Spicer

Stunts

Alison Stone

Associate Producer

Dennis Sugasawara

Production Coordinator

Dennis Sugasawara

Property Master

Lori Jean Swanson

Makeup

Joe Tabak

Grip

Rafael S Tapia

Set Decorator

Kevin Tent

Editor

Leora Tobias

On-Set Dresser

T J Tollefson

Grip

Ed Tomney

Music

H Niels Van Nood

Dolly Grip

Daniel W Victor

Consultant

Theo Waddell

Assistant Editor

Abbie Lee Warren

Production Designer

Todd B Warren

Song

Todd B Warren

Song Performer

Linda Warrilow

Production Coordinator

Randy Westgate

Makeup

T Charlie Weyer

Craft Service

Jeffrey R Whitcher

Other

Jeffrey R Whitcher

Editor

Warner Wilder

Song

Chuck Winston

Color Timer

Mark Yellen

Coproducer

Mark Yellen

Unit Production Manager

Film Details

Also Known As
Gun Crazy
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Production Company
Kent Hamilton
Distribution Company
MAN RAY
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States February 24, 1993

Aired in United States January 27, 1993

Aired in United States May 1992

Aired in United States October 17, 1992

Aired in United States September 1992

Aired in United States Winter January 20, 1993

Released in United States on Video February 24, 1993

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 7-18, 1992.

Shown at San Sebastian Film Festival (Opera Prima) September 1992.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (First Cinema) September 10-19, 1992.

Feature debut for music video director Tamra Davis.

Began shooting November 10, 1991.

Completed shooting December 7, 1991.