My New Gun


1h 39m 1992

Brief Synopsis

A suburban housewife's husband forces a gun on her for own protection. As a result the six-shooter becomes catalyst for marriage's end, as the wife gets involved in the mysterious and comical shenanigans of a handsome, odd young man who lives across the street.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
IRS Releasing
Location
Teaneck, New Jersey, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Synopsis

A suburban housewife's husband forces a gun on her for own protection. As a result the six-shooter becomes catalyst for marriage's end, as the wife gets involved in the mysterious and comical shenanigans of a handsome, odd young man who lives across the street.

Crew

Dwayne Abernathy

Production Assistant

Becky Arntzen

Associate Producer

Eugenie Bafaloukos

Costume Designer

Joel Barkow

On-Set Dresser

Mark Bero

Special Effects

Maria T. Bierniak

Location Manager

Chris Bingham

Makeup

Taylor Black

Props

David Blaikie

Production Assistant

Oren Bloedow

Music

Dougie Bowne

Music

Michael Bryan

Production Assistant

Robert Buckman

Driver

Paul Burack

Music

Diana E Burton

Props

Jennifer Burton

On-Set Dresser

Wilfred Caban

Special Effects

Pat Campbell

Special Thanks To

Rose Marie Cappelluti

On-Set Dresser

Fred Chatterton

Art Assistant

Andy Clark

Location Scout

Stacy Cochran

Screenplay

Stacy Cochran

Song

Dan Cohen

Location Assistant

Paul Colichman

Executive Producer

Clint Conley

Song

Michael Coop

Other

Miles A Copeland Iii

Executive Producer

Toby Corbett

Production Designer

Ed Cosgrove

Assistant Camera Operator

Victor Costa

Special Thanks To

Cindy Craig

Set Production Assistant

Paul Culberg

Special Thanks To

Lou D'agostino

Special Thanks To

Mitchell Dancik

Song

Jack Darby

Assistant Location Manager

Catherine Davis

Set Decorator

John Deblau

Rigging Gaffer

Glenn Decker

Office Assistant

Al Dellafiore

Special Thanks To

A W Dick

Music

Tina Difeliciantonio

Other

Paul Difranco

Music Supervisor

Don Dixon

Song Performer

Don Dixon

Song

Don Donigi

Dailies

Canada Dry

Special Thanks To

Jeanne Durney

Special Thanks To

Debbie Eaton

Set Production Assistant

Anastasia Edwards

Production Assistant

Daniel Ehrenbard

Gaffer

Peter Elson

Special Thanks To

Gretel Enck

Production Assistant

Ed Engels

Grip

Scott Farley

Hair Stylist

Ray Fennel

Driver

Armando Fente

Apprentice

Harriet Fidlow

Adr Editor

Robert Fitzsimons

Other

Judie Fixler

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Betsy Flynn

Special Thanks To

Dick Flynn

Special Thanks To

Michael Flynn

Producer

Richard Ford

Electrician

Fritz Friedman

Special Thanks To

Nina Froriep

Production Assistant

Mike Garbe

Other

Fred Garbers

Special Thanks To

Katherine Garrison

Assistant

Eugene Gearty

Editor

Don Geyra

Scenic Artist

James Giblin

Other

Rick Gioia

Assistant Camera Operator

Carlin Glynn

Special Thanks To

Kathleen Glynn

Wardrobe Assistant

Brian Gutherman

Assistant Director

Gretchen Hayduk

Wardrobe Assistant

Eric Heffron

Assistant Director

Mark V Helmuth

Assistant

Jery Hewitt

Stunt Coordinator

Lori Hicks

Makeup Artist

Tricia Hoffman

Office Assistant

Lou Holtzman

Other

Ira Hurvitz

Script Supervisor

Pat Irwin

Music

Pat Irwin

Song

Chere Jalali

Set Production Assistant

Jim Janowitz

Special Thanks To

Marla Jhingoor

Special Thanks To

Susannah Johnson

Special Thanks To

Alan Jones

Other

Warren Jorgenson

Other

Fry Karins

Scenic Artist

Devrin Karol

Location Casting

Andy Katz

Location Assistant

Phyllis Kaufman

Special Thanks To

Steven Keller

Extras Casting Assistant

Joe Kelly

Location Scout

Scott Kincaid

Electrician

Alleta Kriak

Assistant

Edward Lachman

Director Of Photography

Sarah Lavery

Other

Joe Leggiere

On-Set Dresser

David Lenhart

Driver

George Leong

Boom Operator

Hal Levinsohn

Sound Editor

Nicole Libresco

Other

Nicole Libresco

Production Assistant

Anastasia S Macris

Assistant

Frederic P Mandel

Set Production Assistant

Charlie Marroquin

Grip

Ronald Mazzola

Grip

Laura Mccormack

Special Thanks To

Margaret Ann Mccourt

Production Accountant

Derek Mckane

Best Boy

Jeffrey M Miller

Scenic Artist

Bill Murphy

Scenic Artist

James H Nau

Adr Editor

Bill Nisselson

Special Thanks To

George Norfleet

Production Coordinator

Nancy Novack

Assistant Editor

Ed Novick

Sound Mixer

Jon Nussbaum

Best Boy Grip

Pepper O'brian

Special Thanks To

Tom O'donnell

Special Thanks To

Mick O'rourke

Stunt Coordinator

Kerry Orent

Post-Production Supervisor

Lois Otto Nalepka

Production Coordinator

Donald Paul Pemrick

Location Casting

Todd R Pfeiffer

Assistant Director

Lydia Pilcher

Coproducer

Siena G Porta

Scenic Artist

Nick Prout

Music

Ken Rarick

Song

Bret Redman

Other

Michael Reichman

Production Assistant

Gina Resnick

Special Thanks To

Wendy Richardson

Set Production Assistant

Amy Mcmahon Rigby

Song

Jim Roberts

Costumes

Karen Robinson

Special Thanks To

Pamela Rodi

Special Thanks To

Ben Romer

Production Assistant

Ralph Rosenblum

Special Thanks To

Sue Rosenthal

Location Scout

Lilli Fields Rouleau

Assistant

Ann Ruark

Unit Production Manager

Tom Salvatore

Color Timer

Hugo Scales

Production

Peg Schierholz

Hair Stylist

Ira Schreck

Special Thanks To

Mark Schwentner

Generator Operator

Matthew Shields

Production Assistant

Matthew Shields

Special Thanks To

Patrick Shiffrar

Production

Michael Shore

Assistant Sound Editor

Bob Shulman

Key Grip

Erica Silverman

Special Thanks To

John Spencer-phillips

Grip

Sebastian Steinberg

Music

Syd Straw

Music

Syd Straw

Song Performer

Graham Stumpf

Production

Todd Thaler

Casting

Demmie Todd

Photography

Camilla Toniolo

Editor

Rose Trimarco Cuervo

Wardrobe Supervisor

Donald Vetick

Dolly Grip

Matt Vogel

Special Effects

Magdaline Volaitis

Sound Editor

Peter Waggoner

Rerecording

Bill Ware

Other

Harold Welb

Executive Producer

Gib Wharton

Other

Seth Willenson

Consultant

Art Wood

Song

Chris Wood

Music

Marty Yu

Production

Tom Zelleski

Grip

Linda Zorcik

Accounting Assistant

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
IRS Releasing
Location
Teaneck, New Jersey, USA; New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1992

Released in United States April 30, 1993

Released in United States Fall October 30, 1992

Released in United States January 22, 1993

Released in United States June 1993

Released in United States May 1992

Released in United States November 13, 1992

Released in United States on Video November 3, 1993

Released in United States September 1992

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 7-18, 1992.

Shown at Melbourne International Film Festival June 4-18, 1993.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 15 - June 7, 1992.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (First Cinema) September 10-19, 1992.

Tess Harper replaced Peggy Lipton.

Feature directorial debut for Stacy Cochran who graduated from Williams College and received her Master's degree in Fine Arts from Columbia University in 1991.

Began shooting September 18, 1991.

Completed shooting October 24, 1991.

Released in United States 1992 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 15 - June 7, 1992.)

Released in United States January 22, 1993

Released in United States April 30, 1993 (Chicago)

Released in United States May 1992 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 7-18, 1992.)

Released in United States June 1993 (Shown at Melbourne International Film Festival June 4-18, 1993.)

Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (First Cinema) September 10-19, 1992.)

Released in United States Fall October 30, 1992

Released in United States on Video November 3, 1993

Released in United States November 13, 1992 (Los Angeles)