Crack House


1h 30m 1989

Brief Synopsis

Two high school lovers get torn apart by the drugs and gangs that plague their east LA community.

Film Details

Also Known As
Crackhouse, Rock House
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
21st Century Film Corporation; Arri Group; Birns & Sawyer, Inc.; Keylite Production Services, Inc.; Magic Films & Video Works
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

Two high school lovers get torn apart by the drugs and gangs that plague their east LA community.

Crew

Jenna Abrahamson

Electrician

L Aielli

Songs ("Viva La Ganga" "Anna Marie" "You Take Me Higher" "Don'T Rely On Me")

Steven Alessi

Grip

Guy Alford

Electrician

S Allen

Song ("Slippin' Into Darkness")

Russell R Anderson

Set Dresser

Arledge Armenaki

Other

Arledge Armenaki

Director Of Photography

Ara Ashjian

Sound Recording

Kurek Ashley

Electrician

Sylvia Baker

Stand-In

Anthony Barnao

Casting

Gregory J Barnett

Stunts

Kk Barrett

Art Director

Kk Barrett

Production Designer

Ken Berger

Post-Production Sound

Oriana J Bielawski

Production Coordinator

B Boyle

Songs ("Talk Is Cheap" "I Swear")

Geof Brewer

Stunts

Alex Brown

Stunts

H R Brown

Song ("Slippin' Into Darkness")

Brad Bryan

Production Assistant

Richard Butler

Stunts

Camille Calvet

Hairstyles Assistant

Camille Calvet

Makeup Assistant

L Campbell

Songs ("Drop The Bomb" "Move Somethin'")

Tom Casey

Music Editor

Frank Ceglia

Special Effects

David Chackler

Music Supervisor

Warren Chadwick

Adr Editor

Doc D Charbonneau

Stunts

Greg Cheever

Sound Recording

Eugene Collier

Stunts

Phil Culotta

Stunts

Andy D'addario

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Gregg Dandridge

Stunts

D Darnell

Song ("I Swear")

M Dickerson

Song ("Slippin' "Into Darkness")

Richard Duran

Stunts

J Daniel Dusek

1st Assistant Director

Kimo H Easterwood

Electrician

Kirk A Elam

Stunts

James Walter Etter

Technical Coordinator Assistant

Christopher Faloona

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Thomas A Farmer

Location Manager

Dane Farwell

Stunts

Jillian Fields

Music Editor Assistant

Jillian Fields

Apprentice Editor

Claudia Finkle

Editor

Lance Fisher

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Jean Flynn

Set Decorator

Mitch Friedman

Transportation Captain

Jai Galati

Costume Designer

Geoffrey George

Grip

Jeffrey A Gottlieb

Apprentice Editor

Mike Graham

Grip Consultant

Jorge M Guzman

Bestboy Grip

Jeffrey J. Haboush

Sound Rerecording Mixer

J Hargis

Songs ("Don'T Rely On Me" "Xtc")

Maria Haro

Hair

Maria Haro

Makeup

Maria Haro-olsen

Makeup

Maria Haro-olsen

Hairstyles

D Hobbs

Songs ("Drop The Bomb" "Move Somethin'")

S Hood

Song ("Ethiopian Girl")

John Lee Hooker

Driver

Bess Hooper

Foley Walker

K Howard

Song ("Nosedive")

P Jones

Song ("Shake It")

Riley Jones

Props Assistant

L Jordan

Song ("Slippin' Into Darkness")

Christopher Joseph

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Kimberly Keltner

Script Supervisor

Kymberly Keltner

Post-Production Coordinator

Warren Kleiman

Foley Mixer

Warren Kleiman

Adr Mixer

Derrick Kolus

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Joe Lamont

Songs

Joe Lamont

Song Performer ("Anna Marie" "You Take Me Higher")

Joe Lamont

Music Coordinator

Joe Lawson

Sound Consultant (Stereo)

Randy Lawson

Sound Editor Assistant

Mark Lemon

Production Assistant

Robert Leveen

1st Assistant Director

Irving Lewis

Stunts

Lisa London

Casting

Patricia Lopez

Stand-In

Michael Lund

Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Steve Mann

Sound Effects Design

Steve Mann

Sound Effects Editor

Peter Mark

Property Master

Donald M Marshall

Lighting Consultant

Annette Martinez

Craft Service

Theone Masoner

Assistant 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)

Dwayne Mcgee

Stunts

Alvin Mears

Animal Handler

Lisa Miller

Sound Editor Assistant

Robert Minor

Stunts

Michelle Morgan

Production Assistant

Leslie R Morris

Camera Operator

Cathy Morrison

Animal Handler

Melissa Moseley

Stills

D B Night

Song Performer ("Talk Is Cheap" "I Swear")

Joel Nishimine

Production Assistant

Shannon O'donnell

Stand-In

Guy Olds

Other

Alan Oliney

Stunts

Dan Ortiz

Sound Transfers

William Peets

Electrician

Mark Phillips

Sound Editor Assistant

Mike Piccirillo

Music

Dana Pipes

Production Assistant

Robert Pollard

On-Set Dresser

Jeffrey Porter

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Bernard Poulson

Stand-In

Matt Preble

Post-Production Sound

Duncan Puett

Transportation Coordinator

John Quinn

Associate Producer

Spiro Razatos

Stunts

Spiro Razatos

Stunt Coordinator

A Reed

Song ("Rush It Baby-O (Beam Me Up Scotty)")

B Reed

Song ("Rush It Baby-O (Beam Me Up Scotty)")

Angelo Rivers

Animal Handler

Skeeter Bill Robbins

Sound Mixer

Pancho D Rock

Song

Pancho D Rock

Song Performer ("Viva La Ganga")

T Rodgers

Script Consultant

Ronald Rondell

Stunts

Thomas Rosales Jr.

Stunts

Stan Rosenfield

Publicist

M Ross

Songs ("Drop The Bomb" "Move Something'")

Chuck Rosseau

Other

Nanette Salzerini

1st Assistant Editor

Jemma Scarisbrick

Set Costumer

Jill Schachne

Foley Walker

Blake Schaeffer

Screenwriter

Alan Schultz

Sound Editor (Dialogue)

Alan Schultz

Foley Editor

Jackson Schwartz

Adr Mixer

Jackson Schwartz

Foley Mixer

John Sherrod

Stunts

Jim Silver

Producer

Jack Silverman

Executive Producer

Jack Silverman

Story By

Jack Silverman

From Story

P Simmon

Song ("Rush It Baby-O (Beam Me Up Scotty)")

Robair Sims

Stunts

Arnie Sirlin

Other

Arnie Sirlin

Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

John Skidmore

Driver

John "skids" Skidmore

Driver

Tom Stackpoole

Camera Assistant 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Jerry Stockdale

Other

Bill Swenson

2nd Editor

Sharon B Taksel

2nd Assistant Director

Christopher Talor

Boom Operator

Suzanne Tanner

Production Assistant

Mike Tillman

Stunts

Eric Tramp

Film Loader 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Earl Vodry

Driver

Gary D Wagner

Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

War

Song Performer ("Slippin' Into Darkness")

Joan Weidman

Production Manager

Joan Weidman

Co-Producer

Cheryl M Wheeler

Stunts

Christopher Whorf

Post-Production Art Services

Eric Willis

Electrician

C Wong-won

Songs ("Drop The Bomb" "Move Somethin'")

Ray Woodfork

Stunts

Mawrk Woolfson

Music Mixer

Diana Zeegelaar

Assistant (To Michael Fischa)

Film Details

Also Known As
Crackhouse, Rock House
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
21st Century Film Corporation; Arri Group; Birns & Sawyer, Inc.; Keylite Production Services, Inc.; Magic Films & Video Works
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 10, 1989

Released in United States May 1989

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 15,18 & 21, 1989.

Began shooting November 1988.

Ultra-Stereo

Released in United States Fall November 10, 1989

Released in United States May 1989 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 15,18 & 21, 1989.)