Long Day's Journey Into Night


2h 54m 1996

Brief Synopsis

Chronicling the decisive day in the lives of the Tyrones, a troubled small-town Irish-American family modeled on the author's clan which consists of a morphine-addicted mother, a miserly alcoholic husband, the sons and a maid.

Film Details

Release Date
1996

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 54m

Synopsis

Chronicling the decisive day in the lives of the Tyrones, a troubled small-town Irish-American family modeled on the author's clan which consists of a morphine-addicted mother, a miserly alcoholic husband, the sons and a maid.

Crew

Gerry Altenburg

Wig Supplier

George Anthony

Special Thanks To

David Appleby

Rerecording

Steven Baum

Special Thanks To

Todd Beckett

Rerecording

Jim Benton

Carpenter

Mark Berlet

Grip

Pierre Berube

Grip

Belynda Blyth

Stand-In

Edith Bochynek

Tailor

Fred Brennan

Dialogue Editor

Shawn Brown

Other

Katherine Bruce Laing

Stand-In

Katherine Bruce Laing

Associate Producer

Kathryn Budge

Tailor

Izzy Camilleri

Other

Antoni Cimolino

Special Thanks To

Brian Clancy

Carpenter

Wyeth Clarkson

Assistant Editor

Arthur E Cooper

Assistant Camera

Derby Crewe

Assistant Director

Terri Dans

Other

Clara Dinunzio

Hair

Walter Donahue

Special Thanks To

John Dondertman

Production Designer

Martin Edge

Carpenter

Craig Emanuel

Special Thanks To

David Erlichman

Dailies

Niv Fichman

Producer

Avrel Fisher

Assistant Director

Michael Followes

Property Master

John Foss

Dailies

Brian Fowler

Dailies

David Franco

Director Of Photography

Stefan Fraticelli

Craft Service

Ava Gerlitz

Photography

Todd Gipstein

Archival Footage

Bryan Gliserman

Special Thanks To

Jim Gore

Foley

Paul Gratton

Special Thanks To

Bruce Graydon

Assistant

Bill Greenlees

Craft Service

Shannon Grinnell

Camera Trainee

Steve Haines

Carpenter

Victoria Hamilton

Dailies

Steve Hammond

Foley Artist

Lynda B Hattin

Scenic Artist

Bill House

Special Thanks To

Reni Hoz

Assistant Camera Operator

Janice Ierulli

Adr Editor

C Arlene Innes

Tailor

Daniel Iron

Producer

Astrid Jansen

Wardrobe

Sean Jara

Set Production Assistant

Debra Johnson

Hair

Jennifer Jonas

Special Thanks To

Winnifred Jong

Script Supervisor

Isabelle Kaczmarek

Other

Brian Kaulback

Stand-In

Terry Kelly

Grip

Edward Kent

Other

Matt Kenwell

Dailies

David Kerr

Special Thanks To

Garrett Kerr

Sound Editor

Garrett Kerr

Music Editor

George Kerr

Best Boy

Jim Knight

Dailies

Jeffrey Krebs

Special Thanks To

Mishann Lau

Sound

Hahn Le

Tailor

Diana Leblanc

Special Thanks To

Doug Lebow

Original Music

Doug Lebow

Music

Sean Liebrecht

Dailies

Samuel Liff

Special Thanks To

Argenis Lopez Jordan

Dailies

Sarah Low

Assistant Art Director

Stephen Lynch

Makeup

Sheena Macdonald

Associate Producer

Judy Macdougall

Wardrobe

Jan Mackie

Wardrobe

Joe Madziak

Construction Manager

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

Cathy Male

Assistant

Jane W Manchee

Set Decorator

Stanley Mccartney

Other

Raymond Mccleary

Dailies

Jacqueline Mcclintock

Other

James Mcmurdy

Carpenter

Patrichia Mcnally

Tailor

Fred Mendelson

Carpenter

Laura Moneta

Dailies

Richard Monette

Special Thanks To

Glenn Morley

Music Conductor

Linda Muir

Costume Designer

John Mulligan

Carpenter

Friday Myers

Props

Rick O'brien

Dailies

Tim O'connell

Rerecording

Tim O'connell

Foley Recordist

Eugene O'neill

Play As Source Material

Tom O'reilly

Best Boy Grip

David Owen

Gaffer

Joey Panko

Painter

Sally Pavetti

Special Thanks To

Roberta J Pazdro

Production Manager

Hubert Peddle

Carpenter

Greg Peech

Foley

Douglas Perry

Other

Britt-inger Petras

Other

Linda Pope

Production Accountant

Maria Popoff

Set Production Assistant

Brian Potts

Key Grip

Robert Ragsdale

Archival Footage

Janice Rankin

Wardrobe

Tom Reyner

Dailies

John Rice

Dailies

Greg Robertson

Sound Mixer

Norma Jean Sanders

Other

Julie Saragosa

Adr Editor

John Sauve

Production

Carl Savage

Dailies

Austin Schatz

Stand-In

Marvin Schlichting

Other

Roland W Schlimme

Production Coordinator

Felice Cece Scriver

Segment Director

Jody Shapiro

Post-Production Supervisor

Clayton Shields

Special Thanks To

Susan Shipton

Editor

Gabriele Shnutgen

Other

Catherine Smith

Assistant

Peter Smith

Archival Footage

Lou Solakofski

Special Thanks To

Douglas Spillane

Archival Footage

Sidney Sproule

Wardrobe Supervisor

Doug St Aubin

Dailies

Philip Stevens

Other

Ron Sures

Music

Ron Sures

Original Music

Nicholas D. Tabarrok

Production Accountant

Jane Tattersall

Sound Editor

Jane Tattersall

Sound Effects Editor

John J Thomson

Sound

Bill Thrasher

Assistant

Denis Tougas

Sound Mixer

Tony Van Den Akker

Foley Recordist

Chris Vaughan

Wig Supplier

Jac Venza

Executive Producer

Cylla Von Tiedemann

Photography

Arlen J Vranic

Special Thanks To

Johanna Weinstein

Titles

Larry Weinstein

Associate Producer

Matt West

Unit Manager

Scott Westelaken

Dailies

David Wharnsby

Assistant Editor

David Wharnsby

Music Editor

John Whynot

Other

Paul Wicks

Sound

Barbara Willis Sweete

Associate Producer

Roseanne Wilshere

Stand-In

Jeff Wolpert

Sound Mixer

Alan Zielonko

Boom Operator

Film Details

Release Date
1996

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 54m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of four Genie Awards by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, including Best Actor (William Hutt), Best Actress (Martha Henry), Best Supporting Actor (Peter Donaldson) and Best Supporting Actress (Martha Burns). Also nominated for Best Actor (Tom McCamus) and Best Adapted Screenplay.

Released in United States 1996

Released in United States October 1997

Released in United States September 1996

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1996

Named Best Canadian Feature at 1996 Toronto International Film Festival.

Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 9-19, 1997.

Shown at Toronto International Film Festival September 5-14, 1996.

Broadcast in USA over PBS on "Great Performances" September 19, 1999.

Released in United States 1996 (Named Best Canadian Feature at 1996 Toronto International Film Festival.)

Film was inspired by the Stratford Festival production of Eugene O'Neill's play, directed by Diana Leblanc.

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1996

Released in United States September 1996 (Shown at Toronto International Film Festival September 5-14, 1996.)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 9-19, 1997.)