Diamonds


1h 31m 1999

Brief Synopsis

In an effort to bond with his estranged son, Lance, elderly former prizefighter Harry Agensky takes his son and grandson on a road trip to Reno in search of 13 stolen diamonds, stashed away years ago. On the way there, the men visit a local brothel run by madame Sin-Dee, so that 15-year-old grandson

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
Reno, Nevada, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Synopsis

In an effort to bond with his estranged son, Lance, elderly former prizefighter Harry Agensky takes his son and grandson on a road trip to Reno in search of 13 stolen diamonds, stashed away years ago. On the way there, the men visit a local brothel run by madame Sin-Dee, so that 15-year-old grandson Michael can lose his virginity. Following their quest for the hidden diamonds, both father and son learn a lesson about reconciliation and the price of growing older.

Crew

Neal Acree

Music

Steven Aikens

Other

Doris Alaimo

Wardrobe Supervisor

Madeleine Ali

Assistant

Susan Allasia

Stand-In

Doug Andorka

Adr Mixer

Doug Andorka

Rerecording

Rebecca Asher

Script Supervisor

Sally Bair

Set Costumer

Ruben Bankston

Grip

Marvin Barker

Driver

Andy Bass

Assistant Engineer

Mary Baum

Special Thanks To

Richard Baum

Property Master

John M. Bauman

Boom Operator

Alan Beach

Driver

Lee Berglund

Other

David L Bertman

Editor

Rainer Bienger

Co-Executive Producer

Robert Blackwell

Stunts

Erik Blank

Adr Editor

Bruce Botnick

Music

Anita E Brabec

Makeup Artist

Bill Bumby

Dolly Grip

Keith Burhans

Adr Editor

Reid Burns

Visual Effects

Frank Camara

Art Assistant

Lincoln Casey

Driver

Rick Chadock

Music Editor

Rick Chadock

Song

Linda R Chen

Photography

Doug Choi

Office Assistant

David Christiansen

Set Production Assistant

Pete Cladianos

Special Thanks To

Curtis E Clark

Transportation Captain

Harvey Cohen

Music Arranger

Monty Cox

Stunts

Judy Crown

Hair Stylist

Druscilla Cummings

Special Thanks To

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Greg Dellerson

Art Assistant

Bob Dewitt

Driver

Jacqueline T Dickson

Other

Jordan Dinapoli

Assistant

Bonnie Dixon

Driver

Nicholas Dodd

Music

Nicholas Dodd

Song

Jennifer Duclos

Driver

Will Durham

Office Assistant

Loretta Elliott

Assistant Production Accountant

Paul Elliott

Director Of Photography

Lionel A. Ephraim

Other

Ron Fisher

Grip

Jason C Fitzgerald

Lighting

Corinne Fixmer

Other

James Flickinger

Other

Tammy Fouts

Assistant Camera Operator

Richard L. Fox

Assistant Director

Steven Franklin

Camera Assistant

James Frederick

Other

Boyd Fricke

Special Thanks To

Stephen Frostick

Special Thanks To

Robert Galvin

Medic

Gerry Ganger

Camera Assistant

Scott Gartin

Other

Jose Garza

Camera

Jessica Gee

Other

Claudette Gentle

Hair

Marvin Gerstl

Grip

Joel Goldsmith

Music

Joel Goldsmith

Music Producer

Joel Goldsmith

Song

Candy Gonzales

Camera Operator

Andy Graham

Assistant Camera Operator

Marvin Graham

Driver

Vanessa Lee Grant

Production Coordinator

Vanessa Lee Grant

Casting

Carole Gray

Other

Gerald Green

Executive Producer

Patricia T Green

Producer

Sarah Green

Post-Production Assistant

Sophie Green

Production Assistant

Bruce Greene

Steadicam Operator

Rich Greene

Other

Heather Grierson

Assistant Director

Dan Haas

Assistant

Geoffrey Haley

Other

Michael Hamm

Rerecording

Lou Handman

Song

Lisa Hannan

Sound Effects Editor

Geno Hart

Transportation Coordinator

Jeffrey Heffner

Set Production Assistant

Kris Hemenway

Production Coordinator

Hannah Hempstead

Line Producer

Rick Herres

Best Boy Grip

Sean M. Higgins

Other

Heather Hillmeyer-newsome

Other

John Hitchcock

Driver

Victoria Hoffman

Other

Wendy Hoffmann

Other

Robin Holabird

Special Thanks To

Kirk Huston

Transportation Captain

Markus Innocenti

Supervising Sound Editor

Eriq Jaffe

Sound Effects Editor

Victor James

Song

Kristen Frances Jones

Props Assistant

Dennis Jorgenson

Driver

Horst Jung

Other

Eric Justen

Rerecording Assistant

Allan Aaron Katz

Screenplay

Sean Keegan

Foley Recordist

John Kelly

Helicopter Pilot

Lawrence Krauser

Song Performer

Lawrence Krauser

Song

Steven Kroll

Stand-In

Tracy Langan

Special Thanks To

Steve Larson

Transportation

Gene Leong

Post-Production Audio

Fred M. Lerner

Stunts

Leila Lorenzini

Special Thanks To

Vance Lorenzini

Production Designer

Juliet Loveland

Makeup Artist

Suzanne Lutz

Location Manager

Harry Marks

Driver

Wayne Massarelli

Makeup Artist

Jeff Matakovich

Digital Effects Supervisor

George Mathews

Production Assistant

D J Mcgee

Assistant

Bob Mehnert

Other

Mike Melvin

Other

Guy Menanno

Construction Coordinator

Louis Mendoza

Driver

Sabrina Merics

Other

Ralph Merzbach

Other

Mike Milliken

Color Timer

Melissa Moseley

Photography

Esteban Munoz

Driver

Bill Needham

Driver

Stanley Newton

Photography

Carol Nicholson

Special Thanks To

Steven T Nolan

Other

Peter Noone

Song Performer

Dennis O'connell

Driver

C Timothy O'meara

Editor

James Oberman

Driver

Marty Olinick

Special Thanks To

Paul N. J. Ottosson

Sound Designer

Dan Parada

Casting

Alicia Perrone

Song

Jesse Pomeroy

Adr Supervisor

Elvis Presley

Song Performer

Randy Redinger

Grip

Michael Reisz

Other

Cody Remaklus

Stand-In

Anthony Respondek

Negative Cutting

Pat Rezak

Song

Larry Joe Ricketts

Driver

Elizabeth Rogers

Craft Service

Frank Rose

Song

Michael Rosen

Song

Byron Rosenberg

Art Assistant

Beth Amy Rosenblatt

Music Supervisor

Mark Rozett

Rerecording

Christine Rush

Production Manager

Kelly Rush

Sound Mixer

Duane Russel

Foreman

George Sack

Driver

Tobi Sackheim

Set Production Assistant

Krishna Salazar

Post-Production Audio

Nathalie Samanon

Post-Production Supervisor

Guadalupe Sanchez

Art Assistant

Vicki Sanchez

Costume Designer

Ben Schneider

Assistant Director

Harry Schreck

Driver

Bill Self

Other

Steven Siig

Craft Service

Mitchell Sinoway

Special Thanks To

Phil Sloane

Key Grip

Art Sneider

Caterer

Marilyn Sommer

Negative Cutting

Andrew Somper

Co-Executive Producer

Peter Stader

Stunt Coordinator

Paul Stanley

Post-Production Audio

Simon Stinger

Song Performer

Richard Straube

Driver

Jeannie Streete

Negative Cutting

Daniel Sullivan

Medic

Gretchen Thoma

Foley Artist

Katherine W Tracy

Art Assistant

Sarah Tracy

Art Assistant

Roy Turk

Song

Scott Turner

Post-Production Audio

Scott Turner

Adr Supervisor

Ogie Udell

Accountant

Tom Udell

Production Accountant

Mitchell Uhler

Production Assistant

Oliver Veysey

Assistant

Gene Vierra

Driver

Bonnie Walker

Hair Stylist

Michael Weaver

Lighting Technician

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
Reno, Nevada, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States January 21, 2000

Released in United States on Video July 18, 2000

Released in United States September 1999

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1999

Wide Release in United States February 18, 2000

Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Panorama) September 3-12, 1999.

First onscreen reunion for actors Kirk Douglas and Lauren Bacall since director Michael Curtiz's "Young Man With a Horn" (USA/1950).

Began shooting November 9, 1998.

Completed shooting January 7, 1999.

For the boxing ring flash-back sequences, the film incorporates footage from "Champion" (USA/1949), directed by Mark Robson and starring Kirk Douglas.

Released in United States January 21, 2000 (Kansas City)

Wide Release in United States February 18, 2000

Released in United States on Video July 18, 2000

Released in United States September 1999 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Panorama) September 3-12, 1999.)

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1999