The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All


1h 30m 1999

Brief Synopsis

At a college to visit a war buddy's professor-daughter, a mercenary finds her brutally beaten. He becomes an English teacher at the New York college and sets out to deliver a lesson in vigilante justice to the steroid-using football jocks responsible for the assault and for brutalizing faculty membe

Film Details

Also Known As
Substitute 3: Winner Takes All
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Location
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

At a college to visit a war buddy's professor-daughter, a mercenary finds her brutally beaten. He becomes an English teacher at the New York college and sets out to deliver a lesson in vigilante justice to the steroid-using football jocks responsible for the assault and for brutalizing faculty members.

Crew

Matt Andrews

Assistant

Dean Aoxi

Assistant Director

Dimitra Arlys

Adr

Stan Bishop

Set Production Assistant

Sandra Bojin-sedlik

Costume Designer

Les Boothe

Set Decorator

Melanie Borgenicht

Other

John S Boyd

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Bonnie Burch

Hair Assistant

Bonnie Burch

Makeup Assistant

Damon Caro

Stunts

Cameron Carpenter

Assistant Location Manager

Brenton Chu

Set Production Assistant

Andy Coe

Electrician

Robert N Conder

Dolly Grip

Randy Cook

Foreman

Judy Darby

Craft Service

Judy Darby

Medic

Sharon C Dietz

Assistant Production Coordinator

Aron Dumas

On-Set Dresser

Michael Dungan

Location Manager

Morrie Eisenman

Executive Producer

Erik Empey

Office Assistant

Dennis Fairley

Special Effects Assistant

Betsey Fels

Casting

Christian C Froude

Assistant Production Accountant

Roy Frumkes

Screenplay

Roy Frumkes

Characters As Source Material

Medeleine Garai

Sound

Joey Gardner

Stunts

John Garrett

Property Master

Demetrius Graham

Office Assistant

Ronald H Green

Other

Mike Gunther

Stunts

George Hansen

Swing Gang

Chris Hanson

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Margo Hara

Adr

Chris Hardy

Photography

Anita Hart

Stunts

Doc Heavirland

Grip

Mark Hofeling

Art Director

Gina Homan

Makeup Artist

Carlos Huertas

Caterer

Alan Hurd

Other

Tor Hyams

Music

Harvey Jason

Adr

Martin Jedlicka

Assistant Director

Nathan Johnson

Carpenter

Jeff Jones

Production Coordinator

Julie Jones

Auditor

Aaron Kampfer

Set Production Assistant

Barry Keys

Foley Mixer

Robert King

Stunt Coordinator

Shirley Kurata

Set Costumer

Mark Layton

Other

Packy Lennon

Gaffer

Vinny Lerusso

Other

Diana Lui

Production Coordinator

Erin Lyons

Hair Stylist

Chris Main

Other

John L Malmborg

Carpenter

John Mans

Camera Assistant

Michael Q Martin

Post-Production Supervisor

Judi Mckee

Casting Associate

Laurel Miller

Art Department Coordinator

Carol Minkel

Other

Richard Miro

Adr

Richard A Mitchell

Grip

Barton Moody

Assistant Property Master

Veronica Nash

Craft Service

Loren Nebeker

Video Playback

Ray O'reilly

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Heather Olson

Swing Gang

Alan Ormsby

Characters As Source Material

Rick Partlow

Foley Artist

Kim Paulsen

Transportation Captain

Mauritz Pavoni

Set Production Assistant

Andy Potvin

Consultant

Cate Praggastis

Casting

Greg Puga

Special Effects Foreman

Glenn Ralston

Costume Supervisor

Susie Ramos-jenson

Photography

Patrick Reddish

Camera Operator

Robert Reeves

Assistant Director

Danny Retz

Editor

Simon Rhee

Stunt Coordinator

Simon Rhee

Other

Aniko Safran

Assistant Director

Scott Sandstrom

Boom Operator

Ed Santiago

Avid Editor

Bill Seaman

Sound Effects Editor

David Shafer

Transportation Coordinator

Gary W Shaw

Dolly Grip

Steve Sheridan

Color Timer

Yael Shpiller

Assistant Sound Editor

Rocco Simonelli

Characters As Source Material

Rocco Simonelli

Screenplay

Lynn Sisco

Script Supervisor

John Sisti

Adr Supervisor

Adam H Smith

Best Boy

Brandy Snow

Hair Assistant

Brandy Snow

Makeup Assistant

Terry Spazek

Producer

Ken Speed

Special Effects Coordinator

Roger Stoneburner

Stunts

Peggy Stuber

Assistant Director

Rowene Sutherland

Props Assistant

C.c. Taylor

Stunts

Carol A Taylor

Art Department

Christopher M Taylor

Assistant Sound Editor

Clive Taylor

Sound Supervisor

Clive Taylor

Sound Designer

Arly Thomsen

Key Grip

Lydian Tone

Foley Artist

Mark A Tracy

Avid Editor

Marcelo Tubert

Adr

Tim Turner

Production Accountant

Les Udy

Sound Mixer

Charles B Unger

Assistant Editor

Craig C Wallace

Electrician

James Walton

Video Playback

Robert E Warner

Unit Production Manager

Thomas Watson

Electrician

Wint Williams

Other

Barry Wilson

Director Of Photography

Travis Zariwny

Camera Assistant

Carl Zittrer

Music Editor

Film Details

Also Known As
Substitute 3: Winner Takes All
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Location
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States August 14, 1999

Released in United States on Video January 18, 2000

Sequel to "The Substitute 2: School's Out" telecast on HBO March 27, 1998.