Android


1h 20m 1982

Brief Synopsis

Dr. Daniel is a scientist working in a remote space station, trying to create a race of android robots. His humanlike prototype is called Max 404. The two of them are in the process of creating the perfect woman android, but what Max doesn't know is that the doctor is planning on replacing him with

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1982
Production Company
New World Pictures
Distribution Company
Island Alive; New Line Cinema

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 20m

Synopsis

Dr. Daniel is a scientist working in a remote space station, trying to create a race of android robots. His humanlike prototype is called Max 404. The two of them are in the process of creating the perfect woman android, but what Max doesn't know is that the doctor is planning on replacing him with a newer model. When three escaped convicts board the space station, all of their plans are complicated.

Crew

David Bartlett

Other

John Bowey

Sound Editor Supervisor

James Brown

Song

James Brown

Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S Man'S Man'S World")

Stephen Buck

Assistant Direction

John Buechler

Special Effects Makeup Design

Sarah Burdick

Graphics Design

Steve Caldwell

Special Visual Effects Photography

James Cameron

Design Consultant

Tom Campbell

Special Effects Engineer

Frank Capra

Other

Ornette Caruso

Other

Bill Conway

Special Visual Effects Production Manager

Gordon Day

Sound Rerecording

Sue Dolph

Makeup

M J Elliott

Stills

Steven Elliott

Other

Claudia Finkle

Editor Assistant

Mary Ann Fisher

Producer

Sean Foley

Other

Philip Dean Foreman

Graphics Artist

Greg Gardiner

Additional Photography

Roger George

Pyrotechnics

Alec Gillis

Modelmaker

Marril Greene

Costumes

Tim Gunkel

Production Assistant

Deborah Gydos

Animator

Gene Hartline

Stunt Coordinator

Rupert Harvey

Executive Producer

Doug Hauck

Production Assistant

Clark Henderson

Post-Production Supervisor

Linda Henry

Title Opticals

Stephen Herek

Assistant Editor

Andy Horvitch

Sound Editor (Music)

Andy Horvitch

Editor

Robert Howland

Props

Matia Karrell

Assistant Director

Audrey Kasoff

Costumes

R. J. Kizer

Editor Supervisor

R. J. Kizer

Associate Producer

Arie Kligier

Graphics Artist

Iya Labunka

Production Coordinator

Fritz Lang

Other

Kerry Lyn Mckissick

Script Supervisor

Susan Mclaughlin

Effects Coordinator

Juniko Moody

Animator

Robert Moore

Song ("Searchin' For My Love")

Brian Muir

Production Assistant

Tracy Neftzger

Key Grip

William Nettle

Production Assistant

January Nordman

Graphics Animation

Don Olivera

Prosthetics Fabrication

Barry Opper

Producer

Don Keith Opper

Screenwriter

John Pospisil

Other

Don Preston

Music

James Reigle

Screenwriter

Will Reigle

Other

Django Reinhardt

Song Performer ("Heavy Artillery")

John Roesch

Foley Art

Jay Roth

Miniatures Construction; Miniatures Design

Joan Rowe

Foley Art

Mark Samels

Foley Editor

Stan Schaefer

Casting

Ian Scheibel

Production Assistant

K.c. Scheibel

Art Direction

Randy Ser

Scenic Artist

Charles Skouras

Production Manager

Maria Snyder

Production Assistant

Cynthia Sowder

Graphics Artist

Wayne Springfield

Art Direction

Timothy Suhrstedt

Director Of Photography

Robin Thomas

Set Dresser

Peter Tothpal

Hairstyles

Julie Kaye Towery

Set Dresser

Mark F. Ulano

Sound Recording

Mark F. Ulano

Sound Mixer

Stan Wetzel

Sound Rerecording

Howard Wilmarth

Sound Rerecording

Joe Yanuzzi

Effects Editor

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1982
Production Company
New World Pictures
Distribution Company
Island Alive; New Line Cinema

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 20m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1983

Released in United States April 1984

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1982

Released in United States 1983 (Shown at FILMEX: Los Angeles International Film Exposition (American Independents) April 13 - May 1, 1983.)

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1982

Released in United States April 1984 (Los Angeles)