Mannequin 2: On the Move


1h 38m 1991

Brief Synopsis

In this follow-up to "Mannequin" (USA/87), a peasant girl, cursed to endure a thousand years as a statue, awakens to the surprise of a store employee who falls in love with her.

Film Details

Also Known As
Mannequin Two: on the Move, Mannequin: On the Move
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Albert G Ruben Insurance Services Inc; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cinelease, Inc.; Cinema Research Corporation; Completion Bond Company Inc; Dda Public Relations; Glenn Young; Greater Philadelphia Film Office; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Panavision, Ltd.; Prep Shoot Post; Rank Film Distributors Inc; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Segue Music Inc; Special Effects Unlimited Inc
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; Independent Productions
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

In this follow-up to "Mannequin" (USA/87), a peasant girl, cursed to endure a thousand years as a statue, awakens to the surprise of a store employee who falls in love with her.

Cast

Kristy Swanson

Jessie

William Ragsdale

Jason Williamson; Prince William

Meshach Taylor

Doorman; Hollywood Montrose

Terry Kiser

Count Spretzle; Sorcerer

Stuart Pankin

Mr James

Cynthia Harris

Mom; Queen

Andrew Hill Newman

Andy Ackerman

Julie Foreman

Gail

John Edmondson

1st Soldier; Rolf

Phil Latella

2nd Soldier; Egon

Mark Gray

3rd Soldier; Arnold

Erick Weiss

Mr James' Assistant

Jackye Roberts

Mr James' Assistant

John Casino

Horned Soldier

Laurie Wing

Old Queen

Julie Warder

Beauty Tehnician

G James Reed

Furniture Salesman

Joanne Bradley

Garbage Woman

Christine Baur

Garbage Woman

Allelon Ruggiero

1st Employee

Heather Henderson

Lipstick Girl

Sherry Wallen

Dress Saleslady

Thom Christopher Warren

Albert

Wendy Worthington

Tour Guide

Jim Mital

Grip

Ilene Morris

Younger Female Guest

Hazel Pierce

Customer

Robert N Hines

Hauptmann-Koenig Pilot

Daphne Lynn Stacey

Cafe Waitress

Eva Andell

Jessie'S Sister

Michael J. Anderson

Jewel Box Bearer

Suzanne Delaurentiis

Nightclub Waitress

Dana Dewes

1st Southside Girl

Celeste Russi

2nd Southside Girl

Chris Giannini

Cool Guy

Nicole Marrow

Lead Dancer

Ellen Sabino

Girl Outside Club

Christine Vanacore

Happy Girl

Michael Stermel

1st Cop

Jerry Lyden

2nd Cop

John Richman

3rd Cop

Rocky Cathcart

4th Cop

Joe Milazzo

Cop On Bridge

Matt Myers

Officer Al

Bud Seese

Duty Sergeant

Cliff Mcmullen

1st Mannequin Cop

Nancy Nicholson

Girl On Video

Dana Edward Schmidt

Go Cart Flagman

Ereina Valencia

Dancer

Felise Bagley

Dancer

Irene Schoener

Dancer

Christa Catanoso

Dancer

Bev Brown

Dancer

Jennifer Mcdonough

Dancer

Luis Torres

Dancer

Jody Ellis

Dancer

Jose Rodriguez

Dancer

Kerry L Lacy

Dancer

Billy Angell

Dancer

Cynthia Savage

Dancer

Kim Mckee

Dancer

Dan Kirshoff

Leadman

Crew

Frans J Afman

Financial Consultant (Credit Lyonnais Bank/Nederland Nv)

Max W Anderson

Special Visual Effects (Cinemotion Pictures Inc)

Kate Bales

Associate Producer

Billy Bates

Stunt Man

Christine Baur

Stunt Man

Annette Benson

Casting

Glenn Berkovitz

Production Sound Mixer

Dana Bertolette

Stunt Man

John Bettis

Song ("Can'T Believe My Eyes")

Phil Bonnano

Song Producer ("That Love Thang")

John Bramley

Still Photographer

Thomas Brandau

Production Sound Mixer

Gary Brockette

Script Supervisor

Dennis Brookins

Negative Cutter

Deborah Brown

Casting (New York)

Lou Carlucci

Special Effects Assistant

Chris Casady

Animation

John Casino

Stunt Man

Joan E Chapman

Editor

Eric Y Chung

Location Projectionist

Joseph Cimino

Thanks (President-Teamster Local 107)

Paul Cimino

Transportation Co-Captain

George Colucci

Stunt Man

Anthony Cortino

Key Hairstylist

Charles Courtney

Stunt Man

Chuck Courtney

Stunt Man

William Creber

Production Designer

Nick Cupkovic

Best Boy

Scott Currie

Assistant Location Manager

Margaret D'alessandro

Other

Margaret D'alessandro

Craft Service

Mark Deallessandro

Stunt Man

James Dewoody

Other

Joe Digaetano

Special Effects

Joe Digaetano

Special Effects Coordinator

Norman B Dodge

Art Direction

Teri E. Dorman

Supervising Sound Editor

Sean Doyle

Camera Operator

Syd Dutton

Matte Paintings

Lori Eastside

Dance Choreographer

Gabriel Ell

Construction Coordinator

R D 'luther' Fairbairn

Assistant Property Master

William Farber

Gaffer

David Fletcher

Special Effects Best Boy

John Foreman

Executive Producer

David Craig Forrest

Key Makeup Artist

Robert Friedman

Foley Artist

Phil Galdston

Song; Song Producer ("Do It For Love" "Wake Up")

Kimberly A Gallagher

Assistant Sound Editor

John Gillespe

Stunt Man

Genessa Goldsmith Proctor

Head Scenic Artist

Jeff Gomillion

Adr Mixer

John Gooch

Boom Operator

Harlan Goodman

Music Supervisor

Michael Gottlieb

Characters As Source Material

Tony Green

Song; Song Producer ("Pick Up The Pieces To My Heart" (Tgo Records Inc))

Bruce Greenfield

2nd Assistant Director

Peter Haas

Unit Publicist

Albert Hammond

Song ("Nothing'S Gonna Stop Us Now")

Jay M Harding

Re-Recording Mixer

Jerelyn J Harding

Adr Editor

Malcolm Harding

Co-Producer

Malcolm R Harding

Coproducer

Nathan Harding

Production Assistant

Kimberly Harris

Supervising Sound Editor

Gene Hartline

Stunt Man

Chuck Hauer

Transportation Captain

Bill Heath

Dolly Grip

Don Hewitt

Stunt Man

Beth Hickman

Production Coordinator

Dan Hiland

Re-Recording Mixer

Lawrence Hoff

Production Sound Mixer

Denise Horta

Adr Editor

Susan Inge Wood

Lead Scenic Artist

Joseph A Ippolito

Sound Editor

David Isaacs

Screenwriter

Betsy Israel

Screenwriter

Scott Jacobson

Set Decorator

Gary Jensen

Stunt Coordinator

Gary Jensen

Stunt Man

Hope Kahn

Wardrobe Assistant

Cary Kelley

Transportation Coordinator

Scot J Kelly

Assistant Film Editor

David Kendrick

Song ("That Love Thang")

Diane Kirman

Casting (Philadelphia)

Jonathan Klein

Assistant Sound Editor

David Koenig

Casting Assistant

Erich Wolfgang Korngold

Song ("The Sea Hawk")

Kim Koscki

Stunt Man

Steven Kossover

2nd 2nd Assistant Director

Ken Kushnick

Music Supervisor

Marty Lamarr

Assistant Film Editor

Jerry Lane

1st Assistant Cameraman

Roger Lapage

1st Assistant Director

J David Largever

Production Assistant

Brooke L Lawrence

Assistant Production Coordinator

Alan Michael Lerner

Stunt Man

Ken Levine

Screenwriter

Jim Lewis

Stunt Man

Jon Lind

Song; Song Producer ("Can'T Believe My Eyes")

Dennis Madalone

Stunt Man

Harry Madsen

Stunt Man

George A Martin

Supervising Music Editor

Sean Mccarron

Production Assistant

Ron Mccausland

Key Grip

Jennifer Mccole

Assistant Makeup Artist

David Mchugh

Music

Ben Mcmcrea

Stunt Man

Ralph Merzbach

Video Interlock (Sync Lock Video)

Lydia Milars

Assistant Makeup Artist

Gene Miller

Song Performer ("Can'T Believe My Eyes" "Do It For Love" "Wake Up")

Gene Miller

Song Performer

John Mills

Key Set Dresser

Ernie Misko

Costume Designer

Coati Mundi

Song Performer ("Casa De Coati")

Coati Mundi

Song; Song Producer

John Murphy

Song ("Feel The Way That I Do")

Elliot Nachbar

Best Boy Grip

Pat O'neill

Optical Supervisor

Keith Olson

Foley Artist

Brian Ort

Dga Trainee

Jeff Parmele

Production Assistant

David Passick

Music Supervisor

Robert Perissi

Foley Mixer

Penny Perry

Casting

Don Picard

Stunt Man

Sharon Pinkenson

Wardrobe Supervisor

Debbie Pinthus

Boom Operator

Larry Pizer

Director Of Photography

David Platt

Boom Operator

David Platt

Boom Operator

Michael Putnam

Assistant (To John Foreman)

Byron Quisenberry

Stunt Man

Tanya Wolf Ragir

Mannequins Sculptor

Mollye Readinger

Production Assistant

Morteza Rezvani

Production Sound Mixer

Greg Rhineer

2nd Assistant Cameraman

Jay Laura Ringelstein

Assistant Production Accountant

Bill Rojas

Sound Facility Manager

Chris Romberg

Post-Production Accountant (Prep Shoot Post)

John Rosenberg

Editor

Edward Rugoff

Characters As Source Material

Edward Rugoff

Producer

Edward Rugoff

Screenwriter

Daniel Schneider

Unit Production Manager

Betsy Schrott

2nd 2nd Assistant Director

Douglas Shamburger

Boom Operator

Jimmy Sherwood

Animal Wrangler

Christopher Shihar

Assistant Hairstylist

Lincoln Simonds

Stunt Man

Anne Simonet

Assistant (To Malcolm R Harding)

Gregg Smrz

Stunt Man

Lieutenant Jack Snell

Thanks (Marine Unit)

John Sosenko

Camera Operator

Ron South

Assistant Film Editor

Karen Spangenberg

Sound Editor

John J Stephens

Re-Recording Mixer

Officer Mike Stermel

Thanks (Coordinator-Philadelphia Police)

David B Stroud

Construction Foreman

Barry A Synder

Sound Editorial Supervisor

Richard Szeluga

Song ("That Love Thang")

Bill Taylor

Matte Paintings

Meshach Taylor

Song Performer

Sam Tedesco

Location Manager

Tink Ten Eyck

Production Accountant

John Patrick Thompson

Department Store Coordinator

William Thumm

Property Master

Susan Torri

Assistant Art Director

Cindy Valentine

Song

Cindy Valentine

Song Performer ("Pick Up The Pieces To My Heart")

John Van Tongeren

Song; Song Producer ("Do It For Love" "Wake Up")

Thomas Gregory Varga

Production Assistant

Jerome R Vitucci

Boom Operator

Narada Michael Walden

Song Producer ("Nothing'S Gonna Stop Us Now")

Norm Wallerstein

Post-Production Supervisor

Diane Warren

Song ("Nothing'S Gonna Stop Us Now")

George Wise

Other

Clarinda Wong

Assistant Film Editor

Gary Wright

Sound Editor

Glenn Young

Cableman

Film Details

Also Known As
Mannequin Two: on the Move, Mannequin: On the Move
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Albert G Ruben Insurance Services Inc; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cinelease, Inc.; Cinema Research Corporation; Completion Bond Company Inc; Dda Public Relations; Glenn Young; Greater Philadelphia Film Office; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Panavision, Ltd.; Prep Shoot Post; Rank Film Distributors Inc; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Segue Music Inc; Special Effects Unlimited Inc
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution; 20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; Independent Productions
Location
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States on Video November 13, 1991

Released in United States Spring May 17, 1991

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.

Began shooting April 23, 1990.

Completed shooting June 16, 1990.

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.)

Released in United States Spring May 17, 1991

Released in United States on Video November 13, 1991