The Tin Soldier


1h 30m 1995

Brief Synopsis

A toy knight comes to life and offers friendly advice to a vulnerable boy, confused about how to behave in his tough Los Angeles neighborhood.

Film Details

Also Known As
Tin Soldier
Release Date
1995
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

A toy knight comes to life and offers friendly advice to a vulnerable boy, confused about how to behave in his tough Los Angeles neighborhood.

Crew

Samuel Ameen

Director Of Photography

Hans Christian Andersen

From Story

Michael Bernard Anderson

On-Set Dresser

Jeff Arnold

Grip

Susan Arrietta

Sound

Heather Beeman

Mechanical Special Effects

Ritamarie Beeman

Art Director

Floyd Bell

Other

Thomas Boone

Electrician

Eric Breiman

Line Producer

Reginald Bryant

Sound Mixer

Benedikt Brydern

Music

John J Carter

Foley Mixer

John J Carter

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Steve Casadont

Sound Effects Editor

Mike Cassidy

Stunts

Zane Cassidy

Stunts

Emily Chapman

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jay Chapman

Production Coordinator

Patrick Clifton

Screenplay

Smith Craig

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Nick Deblase

Production Consultant

Carlos Depalma

Grip

Ray Domingues

Grip

Alexander J Dorsey

Production Manager

Christine Dumas

Hair

Don Dunn

Production Supervisor

Michelle Ettress

Art Director

Al Fact

Security

Richard Fields

Editor

Patti Finn

Other

Ken Folta

Grip

Richard Foreman

Photography

Katy Fox

Production Assistant

Scott Froschauer

Grip

Chris Frye

Production Assistant

Shelly Gant

Accounting Assistant

Chris Garner

Animator

Stuart Hanna

Assistant Camera Operator

Rusty Hanson

Stunts

Steve Harshfield

Production Assistant

Megan Hastings

Set Costumer

Jacques Hebert

Production Designer

James Heywood

Dolly Grip

Travis Hjorth

Grip

Robin Holt

Medic

Joseph Inga

Finance Manager

David J Irwin

Electrician

Dean Jackson

Key Grip

Terry James

Stunt Coordinator

Alex Jaworski

Electrician

James C Johnson

Editor

Norman Josephson

Driver

Deanie Kepner

Foley Artist

Gregory Kindseth

Grip

William Komar

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

William Komar

Editor

Dorothy Koster

Casting

Jennifer Kuklish

Costume Designer

Michael Kunes

Property Master

Tera Kuntz

Production Assistant

Marc Lamattina

Best Boy

John Lambert

Animator

Dale Lee

Transportation Coordinator

Craig Lerner

Production Assistant

Ross Levy

Boom Operator

Brad Lipson

Gaffer

Michael R Long

Stunt Coordinator

Rob Lucker

Electrician

Dave Lugan

Best Boy

Kenji Luster

Steadicam Operator

Brady Majors

Key Grip

John Malina

Grip

David Mclaughlin

Grip

Claire Merriman

Makeup

Royce Minor

Stunts

Chris Moveman

Assistant Camera Operator

Kerry Mozingo

Driver

Robert Mozingo

Transportation Captain

Bruce Murphy

Dialogue Editor

Donald J Nappi

Projectionist

Patrick Nase

Boom Operator

Lynn Noto

Production Assistant

Ross Novic

Assistant Director

J P O'conner

Location Scout

David Parmenter

Post-Production Supervisor

Gary Paul

Stunts

Steven Paul

Producer

Mark Putnam

Electrician

Giovanni Ramirez

Grip

Bridget Reilly

Stand-In

Angela Ritchie

Set Costumer

Jeff Ritchie

Location Manager

Dimita Roldan

Wardrobe Supervisor

Fred Sandoval

Production Assistant

Rick Schiff

Photography

Lenny Schway

Assistant Camera Operator

Jose Segura

Swing Gang

Iain Sekuler

Script Supervisor

Garnsey Sloan

Assistant Production Accountant

Marielle Solti

Assistant Director

Walter Spencer

Other

Anthony Steinberg

Assistant Director

Jordan Thau

Production Accountant

Stacy Toyoaki

Production Assistant

Tom Troy

Production Assistant

Ethan Tyler

Other

Jeremy Vereecke

Production Assistant

Mark Ward

Grip

Roosevelt Ward

Assistant Set Dresser

Richard Webb

Driver

Joyce Westergaard

Production Assistant

Jeffrey Wilkins

Camera Operator

Mark W Wilson

Grip

Jesse Yoshimura

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Tin Soldier
Release Date
1995
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 22, 1995

Released in United States on Video July 18, 1995

Marks Jon Voight's directorial debut.