Everybody Wins


1h 37m 1990

Brief Synopsis

An innocent boy in a small New England town is accused of killing his mother.

Film Details

Also Known As
Chacun sa chance
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc; Corbett & Keene; Elstree Studios; Film Trustees Ltd; Gail Coe; Gala Catering, Inc.; Glinwood Films; Glinwood Films Ltd; Panavision, Ltd.; Recorded Picture Company; Todd Thaler Casting
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Acteurs Auteurs AssociƩs (AAA); Art Filmes; Bskyb; Concorde Films; Finnkino Oy; Hoyts Distribution; Jugendfilm; Lauren Films; Medusa Film; Orion Home Video; Orion Pictures; Shochiku-Fuji Company Ltd; Virgin Vision
Location
Norwich, Connecticut, USA; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Synopsis

An innocent boy in a small New England town is accused of killing his mother.

Crew

Richard Allison

Stunts

Richard Allison

Production Assistant

William Allison

Transportation Coordinator

John Altman

Music Score Arranger

John Altman

Music Conductor

Ian Baker

Director Of Photography

Don Banks

Boom Operator

Richard Baratta

Location Manager

Guenter Bartlik

Other

Tammy Batts

Production Assistant

Charley Beal

Art Direction

Robbie Beck

Props

Andrew Benepe

Sculptor

Bob Benson

Technical Advisor

John Bloom

Editor

Timothy M. Bourne

1st Assistant Director

Edwin Bowden

Transportation Captain

David Brace

Set Decorator Assistant

Dennis Bradford

Art Direction Assistant

Jock Brandis

Gaffer

Mary Bridges

Other

Mary Bridges

Production Assistant

Ellen Chenoweth

Casting Director

Roger Cherrill

Post-Production (London)

Bill Coe

1st Assistant Camera

Gail Coe

Cable Operator

Tim Craig

Assistant Editor (Usa)

Billy Cross

Assistant (To Nick Nolte)

Carl Datino

Technical Advisor

Scott D. Davis

Bestboy Grip

Tim A Davison

Stunts

Sevilla Delofski

Assistant (To Jeremy Thomas)

Tracey A Doyle

Set Decorator Assistant

Richard Miller Ellis

Stunt Coordinator

Leonard Engleman

Makeup (Debra Winger)

Stephen Evans

2nd Assistant Editor

John Falcini

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Roe Fonvielle

Production Coordinator Assistant

Peter Gerling

2nd Assistant Camera

Pat Gilbert

Sound Assistant

Robert Girolami

Production Manager

Terry Glinwood

Executive Producer

Hannah Green

Production Assistant

Jennifer Gruskoff

Production Assistant

Joan Haley

Production Accountant

Michael Haley

Production Manager

Andy Hammerstein

Art Department Coordinator

Beryl Handler

Song Producer ("Polly Wolly Doodle" "A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight")

Cyrena Hausman

Casting Assistant

Kerry Hayes

Additional Stills

Edouard F Henriques

Makeup (Nick Nolte)

Robert Heolen

Grip

Sean Herlihy

Other

Paul Hodgsen

1st Assistant Editor

Jeff Howery

Dolly Grip

Bobby Huber

Key Grip

Ken Hudson

Production Assistant

Mark Isham

Music

Mark Isham

Song Performer ("Sympathy And Acknowledgement")

David James

Stills

Ingrid Johanson

Production Coordinator

Gary Jones

Costume Designer Assistant

Bridget Kelly

Wardrobe Buyer

John Kerr

Production Assistant

John Kerr

Production Assistant

John Kerr

Production Assistant

Veronika Kincses

Song Performer ("One Fine Day")

Sam Kome

Set Dresser

Peter Larkin

Production Designer

Tantar Leviseur

Property Master

Donna Maloney

Wardrobe Supervisor

Jeanne Mascia

Wardrobe Supervisor

David Mcdonald

Carpenter Supervisor

Frank Mckenna

Production Assistant

Sandy Mcleod

Script Supervisor

Ray Merrin

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Arthur Miller

Screenwriter

Arthur Miller

Play As Source Material ("Some Kind Of Love Story")

Julie Oudot

Other

Jane Paul

2nd Assistant Director

Rocky Phelan

Foley Editor

Randy Pickett

Craft Service

Pierson Heldring Pierson

Funding

Bill Pitts

Driver Captain

Giacomo Puccini

Song ("One Fine Day" From Opera "Madame Butterfly")

Don Pulford

Stunts

Rick Raphael

Steadicam Operator

Shannon Rayle

Production Assistant

Leon Redbone

Song Arranger ("Polly Wolly Doodle" "A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight")

Leon Redbone

Additional Music

Leon Redbone

Song Performer ("Seduced" "Polly Wolly Doodle" "A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight")

Hilton Rosemarin

Set Decorator

Jane Rosenberg

Production Office Coordinator Assistant

Ann Roth

Costume Designer

Bill Rowe

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Steve Roy

Driver Captain

Michael Saxton

Post-Production Supervisor

Marianne Scanlon

Accountant Assistant

Jeffrey Schlatter

Construction Coordinator

David Sharpe

Sound Assistant

David Sharpe

Sound

Don Sharpe

Sound Editor Supervisor

Ivan Sharrock

Sound Mixer

Lou Solsbury

Technical Advisor

Matthew Sullivan

Props

Ezra Swerdlow

Producer

Paul Swinburne

Apprentice Editor

Ron Swinburne

Other

Douglas Allen Taylor

Publicist

Bobby Testerman

Other

Jeremy Thomas

Producer

Pamela Thur

Location Coordinator

Yolanda Toussieng

Hairstyles (Nick Nolte)

Nathalie Vadim

2nd Assistant Director

Dwain Waelson

Set Dresser

Jed Waldo

Production Assistant

Toni-ann Walker

Hairstyles (Debra Winger)

Paul H. Williams

Song Performer ("Hymn")

Paul H. Williams

Song

Paul H. Williams

Music

Ray Williams

Music Supervisor

Linda Yellen

Executive Producer

Jay W Yowler

Bestboy Electrician

Dennis Zoppe

Grip

Film Details

Also Known As
Chacun sa chance
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc; Corbett & Keene; Elstree Studios; Film Trustees Ltd; Gail Coe; Gala Catering, Inc.; Glinwood Films; Glinwood Films Ltd; Panavision, Ltd.; Recorded Picture Company; Todd Thaler Casting
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Acteurs Auteurs AssociƩs (AAA); Art Filmes; Bskyb; Concorde Films; Finnkino Oy; Hoyts Distribution; Jugendfilm; Lauren Films; Medusa Film; Orion Home Video; Orion Pictures; Shochiku-Fuji Company Ltd; Virgin Vision
Location
Norwich, Connecticut, USA; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter January 19, 1990

Released in United States on Video July 26, 1990

Released in United States February 1990

Shown at Berlin Film Festival (in competition) February 9-20, 1990.

Began shooting January 23, 1989.

Released in United States Winter January 19, 1990

Released in United States on Video July 26, 1990

Released in United States February 1990 (Shown at Berlin Film Festival (in competition) February 9-20, 1990.)