No Way Out


1h 54m 1987

Brief Synopsis

When the young mistress of the Secretary of Defense is found murdered, a young Naval officer, who was her secret lover, must uncover the truth behind the crime before his affair with her is discovered and he becomes the fall guy in what appears to be a high-ranking conspiracy.

Film Details

Also Known As
Ingen utväg, Sens unique
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1987
Production Company
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; George Geren; H William Yates III; Intervideo Inc; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Orion Pictures; Pmk*Bnc; Record Plant Scoring Inc; Ryder Sound Services Inc
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Orion Pictures; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video
Location
New Zealand; Los Angeles, California, USA; Washington, DC, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Synopsis

When the young mistress of the Secretary of Defense is found murdered, a young Naval officer, who was her secret lover, must uncover the truth behind the crime before his affair with her is discovered and he becomes the fall guy in what appears to be a high-ranking conspiracy.

Crew

Michael Adams

Stunts

Herb Adelman

1st Assistant Director

Henry Alberti

Set Designer

John Alcott

Director Of Photography

John Alcott

Dp/Cinematographer

Cathy Anderson

Production Coordinator (New Zealand)

Paul Anka

Song Performer ("No Way Out" "Say It")

Paul Anka

Songs

Carmine Appice

Song ("Do Ya Think I'M Sexy")

Michael S Arvanitis

Electrician

Bill Barcroft

2nd Company Grip (Mgm)

Ian Beale

Generator Operator (New Zealand)

Peter Bell

Stunt Coordinator (New Zealand)

Michael A Benson

Operating Cameraman

Sam Bernstein

Production Accountant

Mark Boddicker

Musician

Alun Bollinger

Director Of Photography (New Zealand)

Alun Bollinger

Dp/Cinematographer

Anthony Brockliss

Art Direction

Robbie Buchanan

Song Arranger ("No Way Out")

Stephen Buckland

Boom Operator (New Zealand)

Bobby Burton

Gaffer

Violet N Cane

Wardrobe Supervisor (Women)

David Canestro

2nd Company Grip

Mike Carroll

Other

Jeff Carson

Music Editor

Robert Carter

Other

Warren Chadwick

Dialogue Editor

Jim Charleston

2nd Assistant Director

Bill Clevenger

1st Assistant Camera

Tim Coddington

1st Assistant Director (New Zealand)

Bob Cornett

Sound Effects Editor

William Cross

Electrician

Peter Davidian

Rigging Gaffer

Kathy Day

Assistant (To Mace Neufeld)

Melvin D Dellar

Unit Production Manager

Denny Diante

Song Producer ("No Way Out")

Tony Dimarco

Post-Production Supervisor

Bruce Divalerio

Other

Cal Divalerio

Construction Coordinator

Timothy Dopp

Props 2nd Assistant

Dallas Dornan

Costumer (Men)

Ken Durey

Special Effects Supervisor (New Zealand)

Dennis A Eger

Makeup (Extra/Washington, Dc)

S Karin Epstein

Stills (Washington, Dc)

Donna Evans Merlo

Stunts

Diamond Farnsworth

Stunt Coordinator

Diamond Farnsworth

Stunts

David Fay

Key Grip

Kenneth Fearing

Source Material (From Novel)

Pablo Ferro

Title Design

Margo Fisher

Assistant (To Dennis Washington (Washington, Dc))

Michael G Fisher

Musician

George Fouce

Other

Terry Frazee

Special Effects

Steve Fuller

Other

Robert Garland

Screenwriter

Robert Garland

Story By

Robert Garland

From Story

Robert Garland

Producer

George Geren

Cable Operator

Bruce Gibeson

Set Decorator

Scott Goodrich

2nd Assistant Camera

Horst Grandt

Property Master

Doris Grau

Script Supervisor

William S Graves

Technical Advisor

Charles Grenzbach

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ralph E Grierson

Musician

William Grieve

Production Manager (New Zealand)

Lynda Gurasich

Hairstyles

Michael Hancock

Makeup

Victoria Hardy

2nd Assistant Director (New Zealand)

Harry Harrison

Key Grip (New Zealand)

Jim Harrison

Music Editor

William Hartman

Sound Effects Supervisor

Kai Hawkins

Production Designer (New Zealand)

Johnny Hawn

Bestboy

Mel Holman

Other

William Hoy

Editor

Maurice Jarre

Music

Gary J Jensen

Grip

Don Jowse

Gaffer (New Zealand)

Mike Kellem

Aerial Photography Assistant

Steve Kelso

Stunts

John Kranhouse

Aerial Photography

Gemma Lamana

Stills

Jeff Laszlo

Camera Operator (Washington, Dc)

Richard Liebegott

Production Coordinator

Eric Lindemann

Sound Effects Editor

George L. Little

Wardrobe Supervisor (Men)

Mark Longenecker

Craft Service

Fred Lucky

Sketch Artist

John Mahaffie

Camera Operator (New Zealand)

Trevor Major

Construction (Ship'S Bridge/New Zealand)

Kal Mann

Song ("Twistin' U.S.A.")

Richard Marx

Song ("Say It")

Chip Masamitsu

Assistant Editor

Helen Mathis

Casting (Extras)

Michael Mcdonald

Song ("No Way Out")

Russell Mcentyre

Transportation Coordinator

Dick Mckenzie

Set Designer

David L Merrill

Dolly Grip

Alex Metcalf

Production Assistant (Washington, Dc)

Julia Migenes

Song Performer ("No Way Out")

Judd Miller

Musician

Jack Monroe

Special Effects

Jeffery Montague

Gaffer (Washington, Dc)

Joel Moss

Music Recording

Maggie Murphy

Production Assistant (Washington, Dc)

Glenn Neufeld

Associate Producer

Glenn Neufeld

Post-Production Supervisor Assistant

Mace Neufeld

Executive Producer

Stuart Neumann

Location Manager

David R Newhouse

Other

Kathy O'rear

Costumer (Women)

Peggy Osborne

Other

Robert Lansing Parker

Casting (Extras)

Edwin Perez

Production Accountant Assistant

Richard Raderman

Sound Effects Editor

Scott Rathner

1st Assistant Camera (Washington, Dc)

Richard D Rogers

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Richard Ryan

Key Grip (Washington, Dc)

Barry Sabath

Assistant (To Laura Ziskin)

Linda Schloss

Location Manager Assistant (Washington, Dc)

Alan Schultz

Foley Editor

Gerald Sigmon

Set Designer

Phillip Silver

Video Assistant

Adele Simmons

Dga Trainee

Howard Small

Transportation Captain (Washington, Dc)

Michael Smith

Craft Service (Washington, Dc)

Charles Smock

Electrician

Jack Solomon

Sound Recording Mixer

Ron South

Assistant Editor

Stephen St John

Steadicam Operator

Ilene Starger

Casting

Stuart Stein

2nd Assistant Camera (Washington, Dc)

Nyle A Steiner

Musician

William Steiner

Camera Operator (Washington, Dc)

Rod Stewart

Song ("Do Ya Think I'M Sexy")

Wayne Stone

Transportation Captain

Phil Taratoa

Propmaster (New Zealand)

Chip Taylor

Other

Neil Travis

Editor

Nigel Tweed

Construction Manager (New Zealand)

Robert K Ulland

Steadicam Operator

Ian Underwood

Musician

Gerald Upton

Bestboy Electrician (Mgm)

Franklin Vallette

Production Assistant

Ron Van Nostrand

Camera Operator (Washington, Dc)

Ron Vargas

Camera Assistant

Ron Vargas

Steadicam Operator Assistant

Shalini Waran

Assistant (To Roger Donaldson)

Dennis Washington

Production Designer

Mike Westgate

Sound Recordist (New Zealand)

Henry Wilcox

Construction (Ship'S Bridge/New Zealand)

John Wilkinson

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Brian Williams

1st Assistant Camera (Washington, Dc)

Bruce Michael Williams

2nd Assistant Camera (Washington, Dc)

Bruce Michael Williams

Assistant Camera Operator

Lawrence Williams

Camera Operator (Washington Dc)

Lawrence E Williams

1st Assistant Camera (Washington, Dc)

Paul Wolfe

Boom Operator

Marc Wolff

Camera Helicopter Pilot

Brad Yacobian

2nd Assistant Director

H William Yates Iii

Cable Operator (Washington, Dc)

Jim Zemansky

Props 1st Assistant

Laura Ziskin

Producer

Randy Ziskin

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Ingen utväg, Sens unique
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1987
Production Company
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group; George Geren; H William Yates III; Intervideo Inc; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.; Orion Pictures; Pmk*Bnc; Record Plant Scoring Inc; Ryder Sound Services Inc
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures; Orion Pictures; Rank Film Distributors Ltd; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video
Location
New Zealand; Los Angeles, California, USA; Washington, DC, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 14, 1987

Released in United States on Video March 1988

Released in United States November 1987

Shown at London Film Festival November 1987.

Remake of "The Big Clock" (1948) directed by John Farrow. Film is dedicated to the memory of cinematograher John Alcott, who died shortly after the completion of filming.

Began shooting April 7, 1986.

Completed shooting June 1986.

Released in United States Summer August 14, 1987

Released in United States on Video March 1988

Released in United States November 1987 (Shown at London Film Festival November 1987.)