Zooman


1h 40m 1995

Brief Synopsis

One man, together with his estranged family, must cope with the senseless murder of his daughter and the apathy of an entire community unwilling to bring the killer to justice.

Film Details

Also Known As
Zooman and the Sign
Release Date
1995
Location
Universal Studios, Universal City, California, USA; Brooklyn, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Synopsis

One man, together with his estranged family, must cope with the senseless murder of his daughter and the apathy of an entire community unwilling to bring the killer to justice.

Crew

Robert Gregory Aarness

Carpenter

John Steven Agoglia

Special Thanks To

Pete Anthony

Original Music

Ray Appel

Other

Luther Archer

Song

Michael Archer

Song

Jamie Arsenault

Production Assistant

Carol Sue Baker

Music

Gilbert Barnhardt

Set Costumer

Jason Bean

Swing Gang

Jason Bean

On-Set Dresser

Marco Beltrami

Assistant

Joell Ben-kahn

Hairdresser

Mike R Berman

Other

Paul Birk

Best Boy

Bonnie Blake

Assistant Camera Operator

Elliot Blake

Visual Effects

Carolita Blythe

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Michelle Bonitto

Assistant

Doe Boy

Carpenter

David Boyd

Camera Operator

Harold Brook

Special Thanks To

Francis Buckley

Other

David Campbell

Carpenter

Chris Carriveau

Lead Set Dresser

Michael Catanzano

Other

David Cavada

Production Assistant

Eddie Chacon

Song

Denetria Champ

Song Performer

Claudio Chea

Director Of Photography

Tim Chilton

Foley Artist

Dort Donald Clark

Carpenter

Dave Coffey

Other

Benjamin Cook

Assistant Sound Editor

Mark Cookson

Sound Effects Editor

Janine Cooper

Other

Keith Cox

Art Director

Robert E. Craft

Location Manager

D'angelo

Song Performer

Jadie David

Stunts

Patrick David

Stunts

Sharen Davis

Costume Designer

Lisa Dealva

Props

Steve Degroody

Other

Stuart Deutsch

Boom Operator

Tom Disney

Carpenter

Elloise Dover

Assistant

Tyler Dupuy

Carpenter

Flint Ellsworth

Electrician

Jose Ferro

Music

Bruce Fisher

Song Performer

Bruce Fisher

Song

Morgan Flaherty

Carpenter

Greg Freeman

Stand-In

James B Freydberg

Executive Producer

James B Freydberg

Producer

Charles Fuller

Play As Source Material

Charles Fuller

Screenplay

Aaron J Galang

Grip

Onas Garcia

Caterer

Sean Garnhart

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Sean Garnhart

Sound Effects Editor

F Pierre Gatling

Stunts

Danielle Ghent

Foley Editor

Patrick Giraudi

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

David Grant

Dialogue Editor

Sandra Grass

Swing Gang

Warren Gray

Assistant Director

Wells Hackett

Assistant Camera Operator

Kevin Hansford

Song

Otis Harper

Assistant

Barbara Harris

Other

Gregg M Hartman

Swing Gang

Jeff Hay

Swing Gang

Siobhan Hegarty

Assistant Production Accountant

Steve Heinke

Foley Mixer

Richard Hoover

Production Designer

Frederick Howard

Sound Effects Editor

Kip Hunter

Other

Leon Ichaso

Song

Daniel S Irwin

Dialogue Editor

Kyle Jetton

Other

Natalie Johnson

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Nelson Jones

Other

June Josef-sparks

Makeup

Jeffrey Jur

Director Of Photography

Gary Karr

Editor

David Michael Katz

Assistant Director

Jon Kazunaga

Foreman

Chris Kelly

Other

Dupre Kelly

Song

Ossama Khuluki

Foley Artist

Tim King

Post-Production Supervisor

Beth Klein

Casting

Michael Kraus

Swing Gang

Mary Laforce

Medic

Michelle Lang

Casting Associate

Mary Latvis

Assistant Camera Operator

Dawn Laurel

Assistant Camera Operator

Todd P. Leavitt

Special Thanks To

Amanda Leflore

Stunts

Julius Leflore

Stunt Coordinator

Michelle Leslie

Assistant

Kevin Lewis

Music

Daniel Licht

Music

Daniel Licht

Original Music

Kent Linker

Other

Paul Longstaffe

Dialogue Editor

Don Loughery

Special Thanks To

James R Lowder

Transportation Coordinator

Nina Lucia

Assistant Editor

Larry Mah

Sound Mixer

Michael Manheim

Producer

Michael Manheim

Executive Producer

Kevin Manthei

Assistant

Derek Marcil

Adr Mixer

Robert Masini

Other

W Bruce Mattox

Special Effects Coordinator

Greg Mazzy

Craft Service

Charlie Mccrary

Stand-In

Carl Mcgregor

Song

David Melhase

Sound Effects Editor

Mike Mertens

Color Timer

John Moore

Gaffer

Aaron Neville

Song Performer

Naomi Neville

Song

Charles Newhart

Grip

Cynthia Nicolella

Post-Production Coordinator

John O'malley

Other

Kyle "snappy" Oliver

Assistant Location Manager

Rolf Pardula

Sound Mixer

Maria Parker

Stand-In

Ronald Parker

Associate Producer

Timothy Pearson

Foley Artist

Jerry Petry

Special Thanks To

Christopher Prampin

Rigging Gaffer

Rachel Prentiss

Production Accountant

Anne Previn

Song

Spencer Proffer

Music Producer

Spencer Proffer

Song

Kevin Pullen

Other

Jorge Pupo

Production Assistant

Edmundo C Quintero

Carpenter

Lisa Rhoden

Script Supervisor

Lisa Rhoden

Set Production Assistant

Mick Ritchason

Carpenter

Daniel Robinson

Grip

Mariano Ros

Assistant

Mariano Ros

Video Playback

Mariano Ros

Production Coordinator

Sabrina A Rosen

Costumes

John Ross

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Diane Sabatini

Production Coordinator

Riki Lin Sabusawa

Costume Supervisor

Ethan Sage

Other

Jill Schachne

Foley Artist

Edwin Schiernecker

Electrician

Joshua E Schneider

Foley Editor

Marty Eli Schwartz

Assistant Director

Norman Scott

Carpenter

John Simanovich

Transportation Co-Captain

Hector Solano

Assistant

Sandy Struth

Set Decorator

Jason Stuck

Dolly Grip

Brandon Tartikoff

Special Thanks To

Denise Taylor

Stand-In

Randy Tepper

Photography

Tony Testa

Assistant Production Coordinator

Barbara Thaxton

Script Supervisor

David Torgerson

Other

Gary Trentham

Production Assistant

Judith Twine

Makeup Assistant

John Van Houten

Music

Gideon Wadstrom

Electrician

Barry H. Waldman

Unit Production Manager

Barry H. Waldman

Line Producer

Michael Walsh

Transportation Captain

Terrence Washington

Stunts

George Wells

Dolly Grip

April Wieden

Extras Agent/Coordinator

James A Williams

Assistant Sound Editor

Rick Winquest

Sound Mixer

Scott Wolf

Sound Supervisor

Matthew Woody

Props Assistant

Rex Allen Worthy

Key Grip

Film Details

Also Known As
Zooman and the Sign
Release Date
1995
Location
Universal Studios, Universal City, California, USA; Brooklyn, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 40m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 19, 1995

Originally telecast as part of cable television's "Voices Against Violence" week.

Began shooting November 21, 1994.

A 20-minute documentary, "Zooman: One Voice Against Violence," follows the broadcast, looking at the harsh reality behind the telefilm.