Nancy Drew


1h 38m 2007

Brief Synopsis

Nancy Drew, the resourceful teen detective, leaves her friendly hometown of River Heights for the West Coast and enrolls at Hollywood High School. There, her unique personal style immediately sets her apart from her self-absorbed, fast-living peers, especially reigning fashionistas Inga and Trish, w

Film Details

Also Known As
Nancy Drew: Murder in the Hollywood Hills
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Adventure
Children
Crime
Drama
Teens
Thriller
Release Date
2007
Production Company
Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Chef Robert Catering; Hydraulx; Jerry Weintraub Productions; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Virtual Studios; Warner Bros. Pictures
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Norsk Filmdistribusjon; Nu-Metro; Sam Film; Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige Ab (Sweden); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; Warner Bros. Pictures International; Warner Sogefilms

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

Nancy Drew, the resourceful teen detective, leaves her friendly hometown of River Heights for the West Coast and enrolls at Hollywood High School. There, her unique personal style immediately sets her apart from her self-absorbed, fast-living peers, especially reigning fashionistas Inga and Trish, who can't quite figure her out but know that everything about her is different--from her super-smarts and retro manners to her perfect picnic lunches and penny loafers. Their less-than-warm reception might bother the average new girl in town, but not Nancy. She has more important things to think about--namely, a brand new mystery. Even though she promised her worried Dad that she'd quit the "sleuthing" business, it isn't long before Nancy gets a lead on one of the greatest unsolved cases of all time: the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of famous actress Dehlia Draycott. It happens that the Drews are staying in the former Draycott mansion, long reputed to be haunted and now a site where some very strange things have been happening. How could she resist?

Crew

Damon Albarn

Song

Julie M Anderson

Production Supervisor

Michael Bernard Anderson

On-Set Dresser

Terry Anderson

Assistant Costume Designer

Anne Aulenta

Hair

Mikey Avery

Stunts

Russell Ayer

Chief Lighting Technician

Christopher Scott Baker

Set Designer

Dana Baker

Best Boy Grip

Kent Baker

Key Rigging Grip

Lloyd Barachina

Stunts

Jeff Barnett

Props Assistant

Ron Bartlett

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Les Baxter

Song

Les Baxter

Song Performer

Michael Bertolina

Assistant Property Master

Michael Betz

Assistant Location Manager

Leigh Boniello

Production Executive

Thomas Buerkle

Assistant

Brian Joseph Burton

Song

Jon Carpenter

Transportation Captain

Matthew B. Chamberlin

Assistant Location Manager

Todd Cherniawsky

Art Director

Pud Cusack

Sound Mixer

Britt Daniel

Song

Theodore M Davila

Assistant Production Accountant

R Michael De Chellis

Rigging Gaffer

Fred Deakin

Song

Petra Demas

Assistant Editor

Pam Dixon Mickelson

Casting Director

Robb Earnest

Production Coordinator

Mikey Eberle

Assistant

Susan Ekins

Executive Producer

Kendall Errair

Costume Supervisor

Tony Fanning

Production Designer

Jennifer Fisher

Consultant

Andrew Fleming

Screenplay

Nick Franglen

Song

Jeff Freeman

Editor

Maxine Gervais

Color Timer

Gillian Gilbert

Song

Jessica Goodman

Studio Executive

Melinda Sue Gordon

Photography

Al Goto

Stunts

Shane Greedy

Transportation Coordinator

Alexander Gruszynski

Director Of Photography

Werner Hahnlein

Special Effects Foreman

Andrew Hall

Assistant

Kevin Hannigan

Special Effects Coordinator

D. M. Hemphill

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Julie Hewett

Makeup

Jamie Hewlett

Song

Karen D Higgins

Construction Coordinator

Nick Hollywood

Song

Peter Hook

Song

Charles Martin Inouye

Music Editor

T. J. Jackson

Assistant

Eva Jensen

Tutor

Keith Jones

Assistant Camera

Tom Jordan

Assistant Camera

David Katz

Video Assist/Playback

Carolyn Keene

Source Material

Gregory King

Supervising Sound Editor

Eric Klien

Assistant Sound Editor

Katherine Kousakis

Assistant

Goro Koyama

Foley Artist

Julie Kristy

Makeup Artist

Krista Lee Kuebler

Accounting Assistant

Jeffrey Kurland

Costume Designer

Rick Lamb

Assistant Camera

Marie Larkin

Hair Stylist

Al Laverde

Key Grip

Steven Lee

Assistant Location Manager

Daryl C Lefever

Production Accountant

Erik Liles

Visual Effects Supervisor

Keri Littledeer

Medic

Jeff Lorenz

Assistant Camera

Kathy Lucas

Set Decorator

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

Susan Malerstein-watkins

Script Supervisor

Anna Malkin

Assistant Sound Editor

Todd Marks

Video Playback

Cherylanne Martin

Coproducer

Cherylanne Martin

Unit Production Manager

Michael Masumoto

Assistant Location Manager

Karine Mauffrey

Stunts

John H. Maxwell

On-Set Dresser

Chad Mazero

Assistant

Kristopher Medina

Stunts

Katie Melua

Song Performer

Eddie J Merino

Assistant Location Manager

Robert Mickelson

Casting Assistant

Patrick Mignano

Location Manager

Mike Moad

Dolly Grip

Sterling Moore

Sound Department

Cynthia Morrill

Wardrobe

Stephen Morris

Song

Callary Morton

Assistant

Caryn Lynn Mower

Stunts

Angelina Moysov

Song

Dale Myrand

Camera Operator

Chris Newlander

Wardrobe

Shelli Nishino

Wardrobe

Barbara Norten

Assistant

Jennifer S Nunez

Assistant

Mark Palmer

Craft Service

Robert Palmer

Song

Tiffany Paulsen

Story By

Tiffany Paulsen

Screenplay

Liz Phair

Song

Liz Phair

Song Performer

Kimberly Pinkstaff

Assistant

James Plannette

Chief Lighting Technician

Chris Price

Song Performer

Chris Price

Song

Corinne Bailey Rae

Song

Corinne Bailey Rae

Song Performer

Michael Rafferty

Editor

Andrew Reeder

Set Designer

Jessica Ripka

Art Department Coordinator

John Robotham

Stunt Coordinator

James Sall

Music Coordinator

Ralph Sall

Music Supervisor

Ralph Sall

Music

Ralph Sall

Song

Robert Schwartzman

Song

Joanie Selden

Accountant

Jonathan Shier

Loader

Joel Shryack

Supervising Sound Editor

Ross Simpson

Boom Operator

Stacy Solomon

Production Secretary

Joshua Sostrin

Assistant

Mollie Stallman

Assistant

Spooky Stevens

Unit Publicist

Sunday Stevens

Assistant Director

Ruby Stillwater

Assistant Director

Bernard Sumner

Song

Matthew Sweet

Song

Katherine Taylor

Assistant

Karen Teneyck

Assistant Art Director

Eric Tignini

Assistant Director

Henry Tirl

Camera Operator

Lan Tran

Assistant Sound Editor

Emma Trenchard

Wardrobe

Michael P Twombly

Post-Production Coordinator

Michael P Twombly

Production Coordinator

Mark Vahradian

Executive Producer

Michelle Vittone-mcneil

Makeup

Ryan Vonlossberg

Dolly Grip

Benjamin Waisbren

Executive Producer

Christopher Just Weaver

Assistant

Jane Weintraub

Assistant

Jerry Weintraub

Producer

Don White

Foley Mixer

Marty Wilde

Song

Ricky Wilde

Song

Tim Wiles

Property Master

Wendy Wilhite

Tutor

Jeff Winn

Craft Service

Amy K. Wu

Assistant

Soo-jin Yoon

Hair Stylist

Film Details

Also Known As
Nancy Drew: Murder in the Hollywood Hills
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Adaptation
Adventure
Children
Crime
Drama
Teens
Thriller
Release Date
2007
Production Company
Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Chef Robert Catering; Hydraulx; Jerry Weintraub Productions; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Virtual Studios; Warner Bros. Pictures
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Norsk Filmdistribusjon; Nu-Metro; Sam Film; Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige Ab (Sweden); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; Warner Bros. Pictures International; Warner Sogefilms

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video March 11, 2008

Released in United States Summer June 15, 2007

Based on Carolyn Keene's juvenile "Nancy Drew" mystery book classics which debuted in 1930 and featured amateur detective heroine Nancy Drew. Warner Bros. brought Nancy Drew to the screen in the late '30s in four films starring Bonita Granville as Nancy. Only one of these films was actually adapted from a Keene narrative.

Baltimore/Spring Creek once attached to produce.

Released in United States on Video March 11, 2008

Released in United States Summer June 15, 2007