Deepstar Six


1h 39m 1989

Brief Synopsis

A prehistoric monster living on the ocean floor comes up for air and wreaks havoc.

Film Details

Also Known As
M.A.L., Mutants Aquatiques en Liberte
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Carolco Pictures Inc; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Completion Bond Company Inc; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Technicolor; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures; Guild Films Distribution; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Tristar Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Synopsis

A prehistoric monster living on the ocean floor comes up for air and wreaks havoc.

Crew

Lewis Abernathy

From Story

Lewis Abernathy

Screenwriter

Mac Ahlberg

Director Of Photography

Gandhi Bob Arrollo

Makeup

Tassilo Baur

Special Effects Technician

Kris Bergen

Assistant Editor

John Bertram

Bestboy Electrician

Susan Bierbaum

Script Supervisor

Dennis Bishop

Gaffer

Daniel Blaha

Carpenter

John Blake

Other

Roberto Blasini

Set Dresser

Rebecca Boss

Executive In Charge Of Production

David Boyd

B-Camera Operator

John Branagan

Stunts

Christiane Brehme

Set Modelmaker

Bob Brock

Optical Crew

Stephen Brooke Smith

Production

Al Broussard

Special Effects Technician

Fred J Brown

Sound Editor Supervisor

Shelly Brown

Sound Editor Assistant

Everett Burrell

Other

Jeanne Caliendo

2nd Assistant Director

David E Campbell

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ron Capone

Music Engineer

Dave Cass

2nd Assistant Director

David S Cass

Assistant Director

Francis Coates

Supervisor

Harvey Cohen

Original Music

Eugene Collier

Stunts

Brent Collins

Video Graphics

Brent Collins

Illustrator

Stephen Collins

Additional Camera Operator

Gene Corso

Sound Editor Supervisor

Anne Couk

Sound Editor Assistant

Lowell Crisp

Bestboy Electrician

Gino Crognale

Other

Mike Cross

Other

Noel Cunningham

Apprentice

Noel B Cunningham

Body Double

Noel Cunningham

Stand-In

Noel Cunningham

Apprentice Editor

Sean Cunningham

Producer

Laurie Dalton

Props Assistant

Jim Danforth

Optical Effects Supervisor

Robert Deschane

Foley Mixer

Robert Deschane

Adr Mixer

Derek Devoe

Other

Don Diers

Art Direction

Dan Dorfer

Scenic Artist

Don Dow

Optical Crew

Denise Dugally

Set Dresser

Evelyn Dutton

Foley Artist

Ken Ebert

Special Effects Technician

Mike Edmonson

Special Effects Technician

David Eland

Carpenter

Amy Endries

Costume Designer

Donna Evans Merlo

Stunts

Dane Farwell

Stunts

Joseph Fiacco

Props Assistant

Peter Field

Optical Crew

Dave Florence

Carpenter (On-Set)

Larry Fulton

Art Direction

Gary Gagliardo

Other

Rusty Geller

Other

Al Giddings

Additional Underwater Footage

Jerelyn Golding

Adr Editor

Roger Good

Security

Richard Gregory

Modelmaker

Peter Gries

1st Assistant Director

Holly Haas

Scenic Artist

Jack Hagar

Transportation Captain

David Handman

Editor

Sarkis Hardy

Special Effects Technician

Jez Harris

Modelmaker

Alix Harwood

Modelmaker

Deborah Hayn

Production Supervisor

Scott Herbertson

Set Designer

Diane Hetfield

Stunts

Ken Hicks

Optical Crew

Graham High

Set Modelmaker

John Hillman

Production Accountant Assistant

Kane Hodder

Stunt Coordinator

Kane Hodder

Stunts

Claudia Hoover

Assistant Editor

Kevin Hudson

Other

Karen Hughes

Production Coordinator

Matthew Hunt

Art Department Assistant

Harriet Hudson Isaac

Assistant (To Sean S Cunningham)

James Isaac

Visual Effects Supervisor

Karine Joret

Unit Publicist

Carisa Kaplan

Production Assistant

Mario Kassar

Executive Producer

Constance A Kazmer

Sound Editor

Richard Kelley

Electrician

Maria Kelly

Stunts

Debbie Keyes

Production Assistant

Dave Kindlon

Animatronics Supervisor

Jeff Kress

Assistant Editor

Eryn Krueger

Other

Robert Kurtzman

Other

Rick Lamb

Underwater Operator Assistant (Main Title)

Bob Landry

Graphics Assistant

Dwight Lavers

Dolly Grip

Doug Lefler

Storyboard Artist

Michael E Listorti

Grip

Jim Machin

Modelmaker

Harry Manfredini

Music

Debra L. Manwiller

Casting Assistant

Alan Marcus

Stunts

Matthew Markey

Additional Boom Operator

Patrick Markey

Unit Production Manager

Patrick Markey

Producer

Karen Mason

Other

Mary Mason

Assistant (To Richard Stutsman (Floor Effects Supervisor))

Burke Mattsson

Main Title Design

Richard M Mccallum

Stunts

Richard M Mccallum

Creature Puppeteer

James Mclaughlin

Other

Roger Meryett

Construction Assistant

Karl Mihail

Other

Bruce Alan Miller

Art Direction Assistant

Geof Miller

Screenwriter

Robert Morgenroth

Video

Chris Moseley

2nd Assistant Camera

Bobby Muzingo

Music Coordinator

Kris Nagle

Welder

Greg Nicotero

Supervisor

Deborah O'brien

Second 2nd Camera Assistant

Margie O'malley

Foley Artist

Arlon Ober

Original Music

Michael Ogle

Carpenter

Robert Olmstead

Special Effects Technician

Chris Parks

Optical Crew

Peter Parks

Optical Effects Supervisor

Susi Parks

Optical Crew

Steve Patino

Other

Mike Penwolf

Modelmaker

Dirk Petersmann

Executive In Charge Of Production

Paul Pisoni

Other

Jon Reeves

Carpenter

John Reinhart

Production Designer

John T Reitz

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Sean Rodgers

Other

Hans Roland

Sound Recording Mixer

Pete Romano

Underwater Photography Director

Gregg Rudloff

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Archie Ruff

Supervisor

Steve Rundell

Main Title Director

John Samson

Construction Coordinator

Blair Scheller

Boom Operator

Mark Schruefer

Craft Service

Toby Sells

Other

Michele Sharp

Sound Editor

Philip Sharpe

Modelmaker

Barbara Shiff

Key Costumer

Stuart Shiff

Transportation Coordinator

John Short

Optical Crew

Mark Shostrom

Creature Special Makeup

Mark Shostrom

Creature Effects

Stan Siegel

Sound Editor

Doug Simpson

Creature Puppeteer

Melanie Singleton

Costume Assistant

Melissa Skoff

Casting

Doyle Smiley

Special Effects Technician

Jack C Smith

Production Accountant

Paul Sokol

Welder

Karen Sorum

Other

Jeffrey Spellerberg

Property Master

Gary Stanek

Production Supervisor

Michael Stocks

Bestboy Grip

F Lee Stone

Other

Richard Stutsman

Floor Effects Supervisor

Ron Swindon

Optical Crew

Bill Taylor

Optical Effects Supervisor

Timothy Taylor

Production Coordinator Assistant

Phillis Temple

Additional Makeup

Phillis Temple

Additional Hairstyles

Lee Tinkham

Foley Mixer

Lee Tinkham

Adr Mixer

David Touster

Property Master

Michael Trcic

Other

Nigel Trevessey

Modelmaker

Ray Turnberg

Carpenter (On-Set)

Nicholas Unsworth

Studio Manager Assistant (Model Making Studio)

Mike Upton

Carpenter

Andrew Vajna

Executive Producer

Christina Volz

Set Decorator

Jeni Walker

Modelmaker

Kathleen Walker

Art Department Manager

Marichu Walker

Production Accountant (Carolco)

Steve Wang

Other

Edward A. Warschilka

Additional Editor

Richard Weavers

Carpenter

Merie Weismiller

Stills

Paul Weiss

Electrician

Madelaine Westwood

Set Modelmaker

Rick Wever

Special Effects Technician

Michael Williams

Hairstyles

Terry Wimmer

Key Grip

Film Details

Also Known As
M.A.L., Mutants Aquatiques en Liberte
MPAA Rating
Genre
Horror
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Carolco Pictures Inc; Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Cinesite Europe, Ltd.; Completion Bond Company Inc; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Technicolor; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures; Guild Films Distribution; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Tristar Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video June 8, 1989

Released in United States Winter January 13, 1989

Re-released in United States on Video January 5, 1994

Previously distributed by International Video Entertainment (IVE).

Began shooting March 28, 1988.

Re-released in United States on Video January 5, 1994

Released in United States Winter January 13, 1989

Released in United States on Video June 8, 1989