Miami Rhapsody


1h 35m 1995

Brief Synopsis

After accepting the marriage proposal of her zoologist boyfriend, a young copywriter gets cold feet when she discovers that each member of her family is engaged in an extramarital affair.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Jack Dalton
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Dade County, Florida, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

After accepting the marriage proposal of her zoologist boyfriend, a young copywriter gets cold feet when she discovers that each member of her family is engaged in an extramarital affair.

Crew

Joe M Aguilar

Associate Producer

Joe M Aguilar

Unit Production Manager

Kristy Moore Aitken

Costume Supervisor

Bobby Amor

Assistant Property Master

Neal Anderson

Dialogue Editor

Ed Arenas

Casting

Louis Armstrong

Song Performer

Jon Avnet

Executive Producer

Calvin Banks

Song

Doug Benson

Post-Production Accountant

Denise Blasor

Adr

Andrew Briskin

Animal Trainer

Kathie Broyles

Main Title Design

Diane Calhoun

Production Assistant

Candice Campos

Production Assistant

Tom Carlson

Music Editor

Phil Castaneda

Accounting Assistant

Monica Castellanos

Assistant Location Manager

Maria K. Chavez

Location Manager

Pete Christlieb

Music

Ben Coney

Transportation Captain

Jeff Courtie

Adr Mixer

Daniel Craven

Assistant Editor

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Jack Dalton

Cable Operator

Gerrit Dangremond

Steadicam Operator

Gerrit Dangremond

Camera Operator

Sandy De Crescent

Other

Clint Deboer

Assistant

Jahmark Decosta

Song Performer

Jahmark Decosta

Song

Biff Delany

Best Boy

Gena Desclos

Production Associate

Gena Desclos

Music Producer

Michael Desilva

Property Master

Scott Dismukes

Assistant

Chuck Domanico

Music

Al Dubin

Song

Judi Durand

Adr

Thom Ehle

Consultant

Duke Ellington

Song

Patricia Field

Costume Designer

Greg Finley

Adr

Ella Fitzgerald

Song Performer

Megan Forste

Stand-In

David Frankel

Producer

David Frankel

Screenplay

Gary Gegan

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

George Gershwin

Song

Ira Gershwin

Song

Rosa Palomo Glennon

Art Department Coordinator

Anneliese Goldman

Adr

Tommy Goodwin

Foley Mixer

Alec Gould

Song

Edward P Green

Dolly Grip

James Joseph Green

Dolly Grip

Jill Greenbaum

Assistant

Jacqui Greenhill

Set Costumer

Melanie Grefe

Assistant Director

Ardell Hake

Music

Ardell Hake

Music Arranger

Yonit Hamer

Casting

Joe Hanna

Caterer

Isabel Harkins

Makeup Artist

J Mark Harrington

Production Designer

Barbara Harris

Adr Voice Casting

Kevin Harris

Special Effects Coordinator

Laura Harris

Foley Editor

Deborah Ann Henderson

Accounting Assistant

Ida Lee Henderson

Production Accountant

Carlos Hernandez

Music Arranger

Erin Hopkins

Apprentice

Steven R Houska

Post-Production Coordinator

Matthew Iadarola

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Mark Isham

Music Conductor

Mark Isham

Song Performer

Mark Isham

Music

Barry Jossen

Producer

Carol B Kelley

Assistant Set Dresser

Cici Kelly

Thanks

Jordan Kerner

Executive Producer

Cheryl Kloner

Casting Associate

Stephen Krause

Music

Debora Kristofferson

Assistant Production Coordinator

Ken Kugler

Music Arranger

Ken Kugler

Music

A Elizabeth Tobin Kurtz

Sound

Carlos Lacamara

Adr

Mark Lafata

Production Coordinator

Joyce M Lark

Transportation Coordinator

Peter J Lehman

Editor

Kevin Long

Swing Gang

Kenneth Macarthur

Swing Gang

Ron Magill

Thanks

Lynne Marks

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Deshanta Marsden

Assistant

Phil Marshall

Song

Andy Martin

Other

Polly Ann Mattson

Assistant Director

David Mcmoyler

Adr Supervisor

David Mcmoyler

Sound

Brian Mcpherson

Editor

Travis Meck

Assistant

Tonyo Melendez

Adr

Anthony Miceli

Sound

Steven Michaels

Post-Production Assistant

Theresa Repola Mohammed

Negative Cutting

Pattison Newberry

Other

Jack Nimitz

Music

Rosa Palomo

Art Department Coordinator

Bruce Paulson

Other

Barbara Peterson

Set Decorator

Joseph Phillips

Editor

Cole Porter

Song

Marlis Pujol

Location Assistant

Bob Putynkowski

Color Timer

Bill Reichenbach

Other

Renee Rousselot

Casting

Barry James Ryan

Key Grip

Gary Ryan

Gaffer

Joseph Sabella

Foley Artist

Gary Sales

Assistant Director

Gaston M Santiso

Assistant Editor

Anne Sawyer

Assistant Sound Editor

Kim Scharnberg

Music

Kim Scharnberg

Music Arranger

Philip Schweighardt

On-Set Dresser

Philip Schweighardt

Other

Ronald Scott

Hair Stylist

Vernon Scott

Adr

Patrick N Sellers

Dialogue Editor

Adam Shankman

Choreographer

Bob Sheppard

Music

Dawn Soler

Music Supervisor

Dan Sullivan

Song

Steve Tavaglione

Music

Kitty Terry

Assistant Location Manager

Marylin J Tillman

Craft Service

Kevin M Tromer

Boom Operator

Michael Tromer

Sound Mixer

James Van Heusen

Song

John Vargas

Adr

Ronald Vecchiarelli

Post-Production Assistant

Antonio Vivaldi

Song

Jack D Wallner

Director Of Photography

Harry Warren

Song

Paul Webster

Song

Rebecca Weinberg

Assistant Costume Designer

Michael P Weinstein

Photography

Leah Weintraub

Location Assistant

Steven Weisberg

Editor

Susan Wieder

Casting Associate

Brian Williams

Assistant Camera Operator

Cassandra Wilson

Song Performer

Kurt Wortman

Music

Robert Wright

Assistant Camera Operator

Corey B Yugler

Script Supervisor

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Romantic Comedy
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Jack Dalton
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Dade County, Florida, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Expanded Release in United States February 3, 1995

Released in United States January 1995

Released in United States on Video July 25, 1995

Released in United States September 1995

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1995

Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Closing Night) September 1-10, 1995.

Feature directorial debut for writer-producer David Frankel, whose previous credits include the screenplays for "Funny About Love" (USA/1990) and "Nervous Ticks" (USA/1993).

Began shooting November 15, 1993.

Completed shooting December 29, 1993.

Released in United States January 1995 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Festival Celebration in Provo) in Park City, Utah January 19-29, 1995.)

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1995

Expanded Release in United States February 3, 1995

Released in United States on Video July 25, 1995

Released in United States September 1995 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival (Closing Night) September 1-10, 1995.)