Night And The City


1h 43m 1992

Brief Synopsis

Remake of Jules Dassin's 1950 film, about a lawyer trying to make it as a boxing promoter.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

Remake of Jules Dassin's 1950 film, about a lawyer trying to make it as a boxing promoter.

Crew

Theoni V. Aldredge

Wardrobe

Patrick Allen

Assistant

Richard T Allen

Carpenter

Marcus Angevin

Set Production Assistant

Jeffrey T Barabe

Production Assistant

Donna Battersby

Hair Stylist

Charley Beal

Art Director

Shirley Belwood

Assistant Property Master

Lon Bender

Audio

Brian Berdan

Associate Editor

Michael Betzag

Grip

Joseph Bird

On-Set Dresser

Tom Boles

Carpenter

Janie Bradford

Song

Bobby Brennan

Best Boy

Jeanne Chrzanowski Brennan

Assistant Production Coordinator

David Brenner

Editor

Darrel Brown

Song

Greg Brown

Adr Editor

Richard Bruno

Costume Designer

Victoria Bruno

Wardrobe Assistant

Joseph Burns

Assistant Director

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Robin Chambers

Assistant

Bill Champlin

Song Performer

Ray Charles

Song

Ray Charles

Song Performer

Christine Cholvin

Music

Gardner Cole

Song

Gardner Cole

Song Performer

Doug Coleman

Stunt Coordinator

Dermot Conley

Assistant

Diane Conn

Accounting Assistant

Karen Cowan

Office Assistant

Rob Cowan

Coproducer

John Craigmile

Accounting Assistant

Janet Crosby

Production Associate

Byron Crystal

Extras Casting Assistant

Jack Darby

Location Assistant

Jules Dassin

Story By

Lynn Davies

Song Performer

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Dino Dimuro

Sound Effects Editor

Christopher Dolan

Electrician

J P Dolan

Best Boy

James E Dolan

Gaffer

Ron Dolan

Electrician

John K Donohue

Grip

Jo Eisinger

From Story

Fleet Emerson

Extras Casting Assistant

Noreen Evans

Assistant Editor

Ray Evans

Song

Ripley Fairchild

Song Performer

Susan Fiore

Assistant Director

Judie Fixler

Casting Associate

Tom Ford

Electrician

Robert J Franco

Set Decorator

Aretha Franklin

Song Performer

Tak Fujimoto

Director Of Photography

Ken Fundus

Dolly Grip

Vincent Gerardo

Assistant Camera Operator

William Gerardo

Assistant Camera Operator

Craig Gering

Office Assistant

Gilbert Gertsen

On-Set Dresser

Gordon H Gertsen

On-Set Dresser

Kathleen Dolan Giorgini

Props Assistant

Louis Goldman

Photography

Berry Gordy

Song

Craig Haagensen

Camera Operator

Steven R Hammond

Transportation Captain

Richard Hebrank

Grip

Gary Hecker

Foley Mixer

Dan Hegeman

Dialogue Editor

Thomas J Heilig

Transportation

Ilona Herman

Makeup

Julie Herrin

Set Production Assistant

Phil Hetos

Color Timer

Lawrence Hoff

Other

James Newton Howard

Song

James Newton Howard

Music

Lane Hurwitz

Art Assistant

Larry Huston

Steadicam Operator

Victor Iorillo

Dialogue Editor

Carlton Kaller

Music Editor

Barbara Kastner

Property Master

Samuel F Kaufman

Sound Recordist

Elizabeth Kenton

Assistant Editor

Gerald Kersh

Source Material (From Novel)

Tom Kerwick

Grip

Anthony Kiedis

Song

Cheryl Kilbourne-kimpton

Wardrobe Supervisor

Kenneth M Kroll

Assistant

Kathy Lacommare

Apprentice

Andrea Lakin

Sound Recordist

Wallace G Lane

Assistant

Peter Larkin

Production Designer

Damon Larsen

Construction

Michael Laudati

Makeup Artist

Jay Livingston

Song

Mark Livolsi

Assistant Editor

William Lucek

Scenic Artist

Tod A Maitland

Sound Mixer

O H Manny

Adr Editor

Dean Martin

Song Performer

Jackie Martin

Production Coordinator

Cliff Martinez

Song

Michael Mason

Other

Dennis Matkosky

Song

Kevin Mccarthy

On-Set Dresser

Larry Mcconkey

Steadicam Operator

Nelson Mccormick

Associate Producer

Bill Mcgavin

Electrician

Freddie Mercury

Song Performer

Billy Miller

Key Grip

Jim Miller

Grip

Glenn T Morgan

Dialogue Editor

James Moriana

Foley Artist

Andy Nelson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Elisa Nevel-demarest

Scenic Artist

Tom Newbon

Other

Thomas J Nordberg

Assistant Editor

T. J. O'mara

Boom Operator

Kelly Oxford

Sound Effects Editor

Lisa Padovani

Assistant Costume Designer

Sheila Paige

Script Supervisor

Dorothy Pearl

Makeup

Steve Pederson

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Dan Perri

Titles

Tom Perry

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Vini Poncia

Song

George Potts

Assistant Costume Designer

Richard Price

Screenplay

Joseph Proscia

On-Set Dresser

Buck Ram

Song

Joseph Reidy

Assistant Director

Dan Rich

Adr Editor

Emily Robertson

Location Assistant

William Robinson Jr.

Song Performer

William Robinson Jr.

Song

Vicki Dee Rock

Production Auditor

Jane Rosenthal

Producer

Nancy Roth

Assistant Location Manager

Sam Samudio

Song

Rodney Saulsberry

Song Performer

Robert Schaper

Other

Alfredo Scotti

Song

Ronnie Shannon

Song

Ginger Sledge

Location Manager

Frank Smathers

Sound Effects Editor

Wylie Stateman

Sound Editor

Mark Steiner

Craft Service

Judith Stevens

Unit Production Manager

Donald Storball

Song

Paul Sullivan

Post-Production Accountant

Todd Thaler

Casting

The Miracles

Song Performer

The Platters

Song Performer

Mary Rae Thewlis

Dga Trainee

Libby Titus

Music Supervisor

Joe Trammell

Video Playback

Tim Tyler

Other

Harry Ufland

Executive Producer

Mary Jane Ufland

Executive Producer

David H Venghaus

Set Production Assistant

Tony Vitale

Location Assistant

Jr Walker

Song Performer

Toni-ann Walker

Hair Stylist

Kim Waugh

Visual Effects

Bob Weitz

Other

Rebecca Weymouth

Assistant

Tom Whelan

Assistant Location Manager

Jeffrey Wilhoit

Foley Artist

Michael Wilhoit

Sound Editor

Dierdre Nicola Williams

Wardrobe Supervisor

Irwin Winkler

Producer

David Young

Audio

Paul Zydel

Adr Mixer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1992

Released in United States Fall October 16, 1992

Released in United States on Video April 21, 1993

Wide Release in United States October 23, 1992

Shown at Locarno International Film Festival (Piazza Grande) August 6-16, 2008.

Shown at New York Film Festival (closing night) September 25 - October 11, 1992.

The 1950 original, based upon Gerald Kersh's novel, written by Jo Eisinger and starring Richard Widmark, took place in London and focused on wrestling--not boxing.

Began shooting November 4, 1991.

Completed shooting January 29, 1992.

TriBeCa Productions is Robert De Niro's production company.

Film noted: "Dedicated to Jules Dassin."

Released in United States on Video April 21, 1993

Released in United States Fall October 16, 1992

Wide Release in United States October 23, 1992

Released in United States 1992 (Shown at New York Film Festival (closing night) September 25 - October 11, 1992.)