Brotherhood of the Rose


2h 1989

Brief Synopsis

A two-part miniseries about two orphans raised as brothers by a top CIA operative and trained to be assassins in the high-stakes world of international espionage. When the brothers themselves become assassination targets, they soon realize their surrogate father has thrust them into a deadly game of

Film Details

Release Date
1989
Location
Queenstown, New Zealand; Te Anau, New Zealand; Invarcargill, New Zealand; Dunedin, New Zealand; Auckland, New Zealand

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A two-part miniseries about two orphans raised as brothers by a top CIA operative and trained to be assassins in the high-stakes world of international espionage. When the brothers themselves become assassination targets, they soon realize their surrogate father has thrust them into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with global power hanging in the balance.

Crew

Robin Allen

Other

Wayne Artman

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Dorothy J Bailey

Post-Production Supervisor

James Bartle

Director Of Photography

Tom Beckert

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Peter Bell

Stunt Coordinator

Patrick Bietz

Sound Editor

Duke Brown

Sound Editor

Stephen Buckland

Boom Operator

Bryan Burns

Other

Duncan Burns

Sound Editor

Neil Cervin

Other

Marvin J Chomsky

Producer

Gail Clark

Adr Editor

Michael P Cook

Sound Editor

David Copping

Production Designer

Tom Dahl

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

John Dankell

Property Master

Janine Dickins

Accountant

Liz Difiore

Location Manager

Dick Dixon

Production Accountant

Paul Duliers

Property Master

D Scott Easton

Production Manager

Diane English

Assistant Production Accountant

Violette Fontaine

Makeup Supervisor

Mike Fuller

Camera

Brian Giddens

Assistant Director

Paul Grinder

Assistant Director

Edward M Hirsch

Sound Editor

Jessica Hobbs

Assistant Director

Ali Hunter

Caterer

Liz Jackson

Assistant

Adam Johnston

Sound Editor

Ian Jones

Camera Operator

Rick H Josephsen

Special Effects Coordinator

Maurice Kendon

Accountant

Mitchell Kenney

Costume Supervisor

Janet Klee

Other

Rick Kofoed

Art Director

Sean Lambert

Assistant Editor

Fred M. Lerner

Stunt Coordinator

Brad R Loman

Costume Designer

Michael Lynch

Casting

Will Mackenzie

Makeup Artist

Catherine Madigan

Other

John Mahaffie

Camera Operator

Hank Mccann

Casting

Raza Mcginn

Key Grip

Chris Mckenzie

Lighting Technician

John Miles

Construction Coordinator

David Morrell

Source Material (From Novel)

Murray Newey

Production Manager

Ken Nosack

Special Effects Assistant

Mark Olsen

Camera Focus Puller

John Parker

Construction Coordinator

Roy Prendergast

Music Editor

Kevin Riley

Best Boy

Mark Robins

Art Assistant

Carin Rogers

Sound Editor

Laurence Rosenthal

Music

Laurence Rosenthal

Song Performer

Pascal Satet

Hair

Stirling Silliphant

Executive Producer

Graeme Sinclair

Transportation Manager

Tamai Sinclair

Facilities Supervisor

Warren Smith

Sound Editor

Don Spary

Other

Marty Stein

Sound Editor

William B Stitch

Editor

Clancy Troutman

Sound Editor

James Troutman

Sound Editor

Frank Tudisco

Script Supervisor

Michael Vendrell

Stunts

Gy Waldron

Screenplay

Christine West

Costumes

Mike Westgate

Sound Mixer

Kate White

Location Manager

Dave Williamson

Camera Operator

Yvonne Yaconelli

Other

George Zammit

Assistant

Film Details

Release Date
1989
Location
Queenstown, New Zealand; Te Anau, New Zealand; Invarcargill, New Zealand; Dunedin, New Zealand; Auckland, New Zealand

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States January 22, 1989

Aired in United States January 23, 1989

Released in United States on Video December 12, 1991

Began shooting July 11, 1988.

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Gregory Peck was originally announced to play the role of John Eliot.