Madhouse


1h 30m 1990

Brief Synopsis

A couple's peaceful existence is disrupted when eight different house guests arrive for a visit.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Cinema Research Corporation; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Kate Jesse; Kona Cutting; Orion Pictures; Otto Nemenz International, Inc.; The Saul Zaentz Film Center
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Orion Home Video; Orion Pictures; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Location
Tucson, Arizona, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

A couple's peaceful existence is disrupted when eight different house guests arrive for a visit.

Crew

Fernando Andrew

Driver

Amy Andrews

Set Costumer

Todd Andrews

Key Makeup

Ethan Aronson

Grip

Frank Askin

Driver

Rebecca Batt

Assistant (To Tom Ropelewski)

Christine Baur

Stunts

Robin Beauchesne

Makeup Assistant

Peter Bentley

Sound Mixer

Brian Berdan

Apprentice Editor

Mark Berger

Sound Rerecording Mixer Supervisor

Heather Blair

Other

James Blair

Carpenter

Donny Blank

Sound Effects Editor

Chrissy Bocchino

Choreography

Gary Boulanger

1st Assistant Camera

Bradley J Bovee

Stunt Coordinator

Tim Boyle

Other

Helen Britten

Art Department Coordinator

Cathy Browning

Stunts

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutter

Guy Bushman

Property Master

David Chris Campbell

Carpenter

Kari Campbell

Animal Trainer (Elephant)

Ron Carter

Song

Ron Carter

Song Performer ("Alternate Route" "Chapter Xi")

Sharal Churchill

Music Coordinator

Donna Cipriani

Financial Consultant

Roger Cohen

Production Assistant

Kevin Constantin

Carpenter

John Craig

Production Accountant

Hal Crane

Electrician

Lynne Cripe

Post-Production Accountant

Wally Crowder

Stunts

Sally Cruikshank

Title Animator

Martha Davis

Song

Martha Davis

Song Performer ("Madhouse")

Sally Dennison

Casting

Tony Devito

Electrician

Pasco Dicarlo

On Set Dresser

Leslie Dixon

Producer

Francesca Dodd

Dialogue Editor Assistant

Patrick Dodd

Dialogue Editor

Dale Dodds

Driver

Victoria Down

Makeup

John J. Downey

Special Effects

Katie Downey

Other

Lamont Dozier

Song ("Bernadette")

Dirk Dugan

Carpenter

Duwayne Dunham

Editor

Caylah Eddleblute

Construction Assistant

Laura Edwards

Location Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Annie Ellis

Stunts

Bill Enfield

Craft Service Assistant

Star Fields

Construction Coordinator

Robert Fitzgerald

2nd Assistant Camera

Max Fogel

Caterer

Vaune Kirby Frechette

1st Assistant Editor

Michael Frederickson

Grip

Jani Fullerton

Stunts

Thomas Taylor Goodman

Stunts

Eyal Gordin

Camera Operator

Lea Gorman

Driver

Danny Graff

Gaffer

John Graham

2nd Assistant Camera

Tom Gray

Publicist

Alan R Green

2nd Assistant Director

Joel S Griffith

Scenic Artist

Pete Gulick

Carpenter

Joey Hamlin

Stunts

Paul Hermreck

Driver

Thom Heyer

Set Costumer

Don Hildebrand

Stunts

Arzell Hill

Song

Arzell Hill

Song Performer ("Someone To Love Me")

Darryl Hill

Production Assistant

Sam Hinckley

Sound Effects Apprentice; Sound Effects Recording

Brian Holland

Song ("Bernadette")

Edward Holland

Song

Polly Holmes

Sound Effects Assistant

Stephan Howard

Carpenter

Thia Humphrey

Driver

Jay Ignaszewski

Assistant Editor

Michael Jablow

Editor

Scott Jacobs

Boom Operator

Justine Jacoby

Casting

Kate Jesse

Cable Operator

Steve Johner

Set Dresser

Mansur Johnson

Grip

Thomas R Johnston

Script Supervisor

Joe Julian

Songs ("Madhouse" "Sightseeing Montage" "Red Bmw" "Bernice Montage" "Strip Tease" "Kick Ass")

Joe Julian

Song Performer ("Sightseeing Montage" "Red Bmw" "Bernice Montage" "Strip Tease" "Kick Ass")

Jeri Kelley

Transportation Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Judy Keppler

Casting (Extras-Los Angeles)

Bob Kern

Driver

Donald Klune

Co-Producer

Donald C. Klune

Unit Production Manager

Cookie Knapp

Other

William Pat Knapp

Driver

Annie Koerner

Property Master Assistant

Danny Kopelson

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Al Kreinbrink

Driver

Jan Kreinbrink

Driver

Jody Kreinbrink

Transportation Captain

Mike Kreinbrink

Transportation Coordinator

Cosmo Kuzmick

Set Dresser

Jim Lapidus

Costume Designer

John A Lawrence

Driver

James Lebrecht

Sound Intern

Tricia Leflame

Set Dresser

Dan Leigh

Production Designer

Paul A Levin

Post-Production Supervisor

Mark Levinson

Dialogue Editor Assistant

Denis Lewiston

Director Of Photography

Sam Ling

Song ("Someone To Love Me")

Cliff Lipson

Stills

Mike Lisorti

Dolly Grip

Paul Lloyd-strongin

Production Assistant

Russel Lee Mahoney

Driver

Jan Mayer

Casting Assistant (Extras)

Philip Mayor

Sketch Artist

Cathy Mccallum

Animal Trainer (Cat)

Thomas Milano

Music Editor Assistant

John R Moffitt

Other

Anne Moosman

Production Accountant Assistant

Steve Mounger

Driver

Michael Muhlfriedel

2nd Assistant Editor

Bob Murray

Construction Foreman

Doug Murray

Sound Designer

Ben R Navarro

Driver

Bob Nellans

2nd Assistant Director

Robert D. Nellans

Assistant Director

David Newman

Music

David Parker

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Craig Pettigrew

Music Editor Supervisor

Michael Pizzuto

Bestboy Grip

Debbie Qabazard

Driver

Rubin Quintero

Caterer

John Ramsey

Mechanical Props Maker

Janine Rath-anderson

Hairstyles

John Raymond

Song ("Try")

Chris Rea

Song Performer ("Let'S Dance")

Chris Rea

Song

Bruce Ringenbach

Transportation Office Coordinator

Darlinda Robinson

Craft Service

Leslie Rollins

Set Decorator

Tom Ropelewski

Screenwriter

G Marq Roswell

Music Supervisor

Catherine Rowe

Foley Artist

Joan Rowe

Foley Artist

Susan Rubin

Set Dresser

Patrick Rush

Casting Associate

Arturo S

Hairstyles

Alan Satchwell

Song

Alan Satchwell

Song Performer ("Slick And Sleazy")

John Saviano

Production Assistant

Steve Schiff

Songs ("Madhouse" "Slick And Sleazy" "Sightseeing Montage" "Red Bmw" "Bernice Montage" "Strip Tease" "Kick Ass")

Steve Schiff

Song Performer ("Sightseeing Montage" "Red Bmw" "Bernice Montage" "Strip Tease" "Kick Ass")

John Schramm

Driver

Ben R Scott

Stunts

Julie Selzer

Casting

Cheryl Shawver

Animal Trainer (Elephant)

Darrell B Sheldon

Dolly Grip

David Shiels

Song

David Shiels

Song Performer ("Try")

Deborah Shore

Stunts

Robert Shoup

Sound Effects Editor

J A Button Shuggart

Driver

Dee Dee Sillner

Costumer

Tim Silverberg

Carpenter

C J Simpson

Art Direction

Mark Speake

Electrician

Paul Stover

Carpenter

Gregory Strzempka

Songs ("Joy Ride" "Don'T Dog Me")

Jerram A. Swartz

1st Assistant Director

Todd Thayer

Additional Casting

Lon Thompson

Electrician

Chris Turney

Other

Kevin Wadowski

Key Grip

Craig Walker

Other

Sheila Warner

Production Coordinator

Geoi-lynn Welch

Scenic Artist Assistant

Cliff Wenger

Special Effects Supervisor

Larry Williams

Song

Larry Williams

Song

Larry Williams

Song ("Try")

Reggie Williams

Grip

Jeannie Wilson

Caterer Assistant

Eileen Winterkorn

On-Set Scenic Artist

Ron Wright

Carpenter

Jack Young

Location Manager

Jorey Zischke

Construction Assistant

Jeffrey Zucker

Bestboy Electrician

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Cinema Research Corporation; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; Kate Jesse; Kona Cutting; Orion Pictures; Otto Nemenz International, Inc.; The Saul Zaentz Film Center
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Orion Home Video; Orion Pictures; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Sony Pictures Releasing International
Location
Tucson, Arizona, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 30, 1990

Released in United States Winter February 16, 1990

Directorial debut for Tom Ropelewski.

Began shooting May 4, 1989.

Completed shooting June 23, 1989.

Released in United States Winter February 16, 1990

Released in United States on Video August 30, 1990