Husbands and Wives


1h 47m 1992

Brief Synopsis

Story about a married professor who falls in love with one of his students.

Film Details

Also Known As
Fruar och äkta män, Maridos y mujeres, Maris et femmes
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Synopsis

Story about a married professor who falls in love with one of his students.

Crew

Gina R. Alfano

Assistant Sound Editor

Joseph S Alfieri

Carpenter

Woody Allen

Screenplay

Tom Amos

Production Assistant

Irving Berlin

Song

Kent Blocher

Assistant Editor

Susan Bode

Set Decorator

Tracy Bonbrest

Production Assistant

Tristan Bourne

Production Assistant

Lew Brown

Song

Fern Buchner

Makeup Artist

Ronald J. Burke

Dolly Grip

Michael Caracciolo

Assistant Camera Operator

Kay Chapin

Script Supervisor

Bill Christians

Wardrobe Supervisor

Carlo Di Palma

Director Of Photography

Carlo Di Palma

Dp/Cinematographer

Lee Dichter

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Drew Dillard

Location Scout

Walter Donaldson

Song

Antoine L. Douaihy

Location Scout

Liz Dubelman

Assistant Camera Operator

Patricia Eiben

Wardrobe Supervisor

Sammy Fain

Song

Tony Fleming

Production Assistant

Thomas Foligno

Assistant Sound Editor

John Fortunato

Camera Trainee

Stan Getz

Song Performer

Lauren Gibson

Costumes

Frank Graziadei

Sound Recordist

Michael Green

Assistant Camera Operator

Romaine Greene

Hair Stylist

Robert Greenhut

Producer

Vincent Guarriello

Grip

David S Hamby

Dga Trainee

Brian Hamill

Photography

Oscar Hammerstein Ii

Song

Joseph R Hartwick

Production Manager

Joseph R Hartwick

Coproducer

Robert Hein

Sound Editor

Speed Hopkins

Art Director

Dave Hummel

Production Assistant

Sam Hutchins

Production Assistant

Michael A. Jackman

Production Auditor

Charles H. Joffe

Executive Producer

Gus Kahn

Song

Jerome Kern

Song

Scott Kordish

Production Associate

William Kruzykowski

Assistant Editor

Jeffrey Kurland

Costume Designer

Bernie Leighton

Song Performer

Glenn Lloyd

Art Department Coordinator

Leslie Loftis

Production Assistant

Peter Lombardi

Production Auditor

Santo Loquasto

Production Designer

Gustav Mahler

Music

Jim Manzione

Best Boy

James Mazzola

Property Master

Harold Mcevoy

Transportation Captain

Eric Richard Mendelsohn

Assistant Costume Designer

Dick Mingalone

Camera Operator

Megan Monaghan

Location Scout

Wes Montgomery

Song

Wes Montgomery

Song Performer

Justin Moritt

Assistant Director

Susan E Morse

Editor

Gerry Mulligan

Song Performer

Lois Otto Nalepka

Assistant Production Coordinator

Richard Patrick

Assistant Director

Ron Petagna

Construction Coordinator

Cole Porter

Song

Ray Quinlan

Gaffer

Thomas Reilly

Associate Producer

Thomas Reilly

Assistant Director

Ilyse A. Reutlinger

Assistant

Dana Robin

Location Manager

Helen Robin

Coproducer

Helen Robin

Production Coordinator

Jack Rollins

Executive Producer

Laura Rosenthal

Casting Associate

James Sabat

Sound Mixer

Louis Sabat

Boom Operator

Cosmo Sorice

Scenic Artist

James Sorice

Scenic Artist

Julie Spiro

Assistant

Tina Stauffer

Production Assistant

Pete Tavis

Transportation Captain

Juliet Taylor

Casting

Joe Trammell

Video

Carl Turnquest

Projectionist

Bob Ward

Key Grip

Dave Weinman

On-Set Dresser

Gilbert S Williams

Production Assistant

Nicholas Wolfert

Production Assistant

Tom Yeager

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Fruar och äkta män, Maridos y mujeres, Maris et femmes
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 47m

Award Nominations

Best Original Screenplay

1992

Best Supporting Actress

1992
Judy Davis

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Judy Davis was voted best supporting actress by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (1992).

Judy Davis was voted best supporting actress by the National Board of Review (1992).

Judy Davis was voted best supporting actress by the National Society of Film Critics (1992).

Judy Davis was voted best supporting actress of 1992 by the Boston Society of Film Critics for her performances in "Husbands and Wives" (USA/92) and "Where Angels Fear to Tread" (Great Britain/91).

Nominated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for a Golden Globe (1992) award for best supporting actress (Judy Davis).

Released in United States Fall September 18, 1992

Released in United States on Video April 7, 1993

Woody Allen received the BAFTA award for best original screenplay (1992).

Began shooting November 4, 1991.

Completed shooting January 20, 1992.

Juliette Lewis replaced Emily Lloyd in the cast after shooting had already begun.

The "New York Post" (7/22/93) noted that "Husbands and Wives" grossed $10 million domestically and $28 million worldwide.

US release had been set to platform beginning September 23, 1992. However, due to publicity generated by the Farrow-Allen custody battle in August, TriStar opted to open the film nationwide September 18, 1992.

Wide release in United Kingdom October 30, 1992.

Released in United States on Video April 7, 1993

Released in United States Fall September 18, 1992

Judy Davis was named best actress of the year (1992) by the London Film Critics Circle for her performances in "Husbands and Wives" (USA/92), "Barton Fink" (USA/91) and "Naked Lunch" (USA/91).