Bright Angel


1h 34m 1990

Brief Synopsis

A young drifter talks a naive young man into helping her spring her brother from jail.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/HEMDALE RELEASING CORPORATION
Location
Billings, Montana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

A young drifter talks a naive young man into helping her spring her brother from jail.

Crew

Robert W Adams

Best Boy Grip

Frans J Afman

Consultant

Bruce Albertine

Adr Mixer

Bruce Albertine

Foley Mixer

Richard J Audino

Electrician

Sue Baden-powell

Producer

Clement Barclay

Editor

David Batteau

Song

Steve Beeson

Production Accountant

Jan Bergstrom

Set Decorator

Karla Bergstrom

On-Set Dresser

Stu Bernstein

Sound Editor

Juel Bestrop

Casting Associate

Christine Bonnem

Location Manager

Risa Bramon Garcia

Casting

Patrick Brand

Scenic Artist

Patti Brand

Makeup Artist

Patti Brand

Hair Stylist

Andrew Broomhead

Driver

Marcei A Brubaker

Assistant Director

R.j. Burns

Carpenter

Barney Cabral

Adr Editor

Barney Cabral

Sound Editor

Kelly Cabral

Assistant Sound Editor

Patrick Cabral

Foley Artist

Wendy Champagne

Costumes

Alan Cheuse

Thanks

Tim Chilton

Foley Artist

Michael Chow

Thanks

Keith Christy

Carpenter

Michael L Cobb

Assistant

Joe Cosentino

Driver

Tom Countryman

Driver

Kathleen Courtney

Production Coordinator

Sheryl Crow

Song Performer

Sheryl Crow

Song

Stefan Czapsky

Director Of Photography

Jolly Dale

Assistant Production Accountant

John Daly

Executive Producer

John Dardis

Electrician

Elliot Davis

Director Of Photography

Humberto Deluna

Assistant Camera Operator

Diane Durant

Script Supervisor

Bob Durden

Carpenter

Ronald Ellingson

Carpenter

Virginia S Ellsworth

Music Editor

Mack Embury

Wrangler

Deb Enstrom

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Michelle Enstrom

Stand-In

Michael S. Epley

Grip

Mark Ettel

Rerecording

Corey Eubanks

Stunt Coordinator

David Evans

Carpenter

Gary Farr

Photography

Robert K. Feldmann

Key Grip

Charles Fergerson

Swing Gang

Richard Ford

Other

Richard Ford

Screenplay

Doug Gaylord

Apprentice

Cathy Mickel Gibson

Unit Production Manager

Derek Gibson

Executive Producer

Jeff Girot

Special Effects

Suzie Greene

Assistant

Matt Guenthner

On-Set Dresser

Roy Gunsch

Driver

Phil Haberman

Sound Editor

Phil Haberman

Adr Editor

Johnny Hale

Grip

Thomas G Hall

Thanks

Dave Hannah

Driver

Toby Harriman

Swing Gang

Dennis Haugau

Swing Gang

Robert Heffernan

Adr Editor

Herb Hickey

Color Timer

Marcia Hinds-johnson

Production Designer

Rytt Hirshberg

Other

Mark Hollingsworth

Sound Editor

Alan Holly

Adr Mixer

Alan Holly

Foley Mixer

Billy Hopkins

Casting

Paul Hughen

Assistant Camera Operator

Perry Husman

Transportation Coordinator

Mark Jackson

Wrangler

Kim Jacobson

Other

Brian Jochum

Production Assistant

Bo Johnson

Art Director

Don Lee Jorgenson

Sound Editor

Wayne B Kartin

Thanks

Bryan Keller

Stand-In

Liz Kenton

Assistant Sound Editor

Justin Kerr

Stand-In

Josh King

Assistant Director

Rick Kipker

Song

Dorian Langdon

Thanks

John Lasalandra

Music Editor

Heidi Levitt

Casting

Keith G Lewis

On-Set Dresser

Bill Lindstrom

Assistant

Melody London

Editor

Julie Lorensen

Driver

Judith Lovejoy

Thanks

Don Macdougall

Sound Mixer

Robert Maclean

Producer

Cal Maehl

Gaffer

Ken Mantlo

Boom Operator

Daniel Marc

Hair Stylist

Daniel Marc

Makeup Artist

G Lynn Maughan

Special Effects

William Mccaughey

Rerecording

Kelly E Mcgowen

Assistant Camera Operator

Brandon Woody Mcnaughton

Apprentice

Julia Miller

Assistant Production Coordinator

Michael Miller

Assistant Property Master

Mark Moore

Dolly Grip

Tom Moore

Rerecording

Tom Morales

Other

Theo Nelson

Driver

Mary Nelson-duerrstein

Negative Cutting

Toni Obee

Thanks

Daniel Parker

Driver

Karen Patch

Costume Designer

Rick Paul

On-Set Dresser

Mark Quigg

Other

Douglas A Raine

Assistant Director

James Reeves

Transportation Captain

Stuart Regen

Associate Producer

Shari Rhodes

Casting

Felix A. Rivera

Best Boy

Richard Rollison

Driver

Colleen Rooney

Production Assistant

Ann Rothchild

Assistant Set Dresser

Peter Rothchild

Thanks

Jo Schlekewy

Art Assistant

Paige Simpson

Producer

Andrew Smith

Craft Service

Suzanne Smith

Casting Associate

Timothy Snell

Assistant Editor

Dennis Sprankel

Other

Jodi Ann Sprankel

Swing Gang

W Stubblefield

Electrician

Jody Alan Sweet

Song Performer

Randy Thornton

Post-Production Supervisor

Scott Barr Tomlinson

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ann Trulove

Assistant Editor

Ashley Underfoot

Thanks

John Van Houten

Music Coordinator

Jeff Vaughn

Sound

Zoran Veselic

Assistant Camera Operator

Dave Waldon

Driver

Philip Waters

Camera Operator

Zane Weiner

Driver

Ed White

Sound Mixer

George Wilbur

Stunt Man

Alfred Williams

Driver

Timothy Williams

Other

Amy Witcher

Art Assistant

Rene Rosell Yarbrough

Assistant Location Manager

Richard Yarbrough

Scenic Artist

Richard Yarbrough

Wrangler

Ascher Yates

Sound Editor

Christopher Young

Music

Bill Zullo

Props

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/HEMDALE RELEASING CORPORATION
Location
Billings, Montana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer June 14, 1991

Released in United States June 28, 1991

Released in United States on Video February 5, 1992

Released in United States August 25, 1990

Released in United States October 1990

Released in United States January 1991

Released in United States April 1991

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (Cinema of Today and Tomorrow) August 25, 1990.

Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 12-25, 1990.

Shown at Women in Film Festival, Los Angeles October 25-28, 1990.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8-13, 1991.

Feature directorial debut for Michael Fields.

Began shooting July 10, 1989.

Completed shooting August 28, 1989.

Released in United States Summer June 14, 1991

Released in United States June 28, 1991 (Chicago)

Released in United States on Video February 5, 1992

Released in United States August 25, 1990 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (Cinema of Today and Tomorrow) August 25, 1990.)

Released in United States October 1990 (Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 12-25, 1990.)

Released in United States October 1990 (Shown at Women in Film Festival, Los Angeles October 25-28, 1990.)

Released in United States January 1991 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 8-13, 1991.)

Released in United States April 1991 (Shown at AFI/Los Angeles International Film Festival (U.S.A. Independent Cinema - Features) April 11-25, 1991.)