Passed Away


1h 36m 1992

Brief Synopsis

A family is brought together at an Irish wake, where the eldest son of the deceased falls for who he thinks is his dead father's mistress.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1992
Production Company
20th Century Fox Studio Facilities; Chuck Homyak; Glenfield Payne; Hollywood Pictures; L.A. Maddogs; Panavision, Ltd.; Segue Music Inc; Technicolor; Todd-Ao; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities; Warner Bros. Worldwide Studio Facilities
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

A family is brought together at an Irish wake, where the eldest son of the deceased falls for who he thinks is his dead father's mistress.

Crew

Harriotte H Aaron

Script Supervisor

Arthur Albert

Director Of Photography

John Alderete

Song ("Outlaw")

Susan M Baker

Production Assistant

Chris Barnes

Key Scenic Artist

Ralph Bass

Song ("Dedicated To The One I Love")

Matt Earl Beesley

1st Assistant Director

Richard Berry

Song ("Louie Louie")

Leonard Bishop

Electrician

Bruce Bouillet

Song ("Outlaw")

Felicity Bowring

Key Makeup Artist

Lisa Braswell

Casting Assistant

David Braunstein

Assistant (To Charlie Peters)

Larry Brezner

Producer

Karen Whipple Broderick

2nd Assistant Editor

Clarence Brown

Dolly Grip

Paul Bucciarelli

Scenic Artist

Betty Burkhart

Assistant Sound Editor

Phil Cabaron

Assistant (To Larry Brezner)

Tim Chau

Supervising Sound Editor

Bonnie Clevering

Key Hairstylist

Adrianna Cohen

Production Accountant

Damon Cohoon

Assistant Sound Editor

John Corabi

Song ("Outlaw")

Jim Corr

Additional Lyrics ("Marie'S Wedding")

Jeff Couch

Transportation Captain

Garth Craven

Additional Editing

Rick Crumrine

2nd Assistant Camera

Robert Curran

Thanks (Pittsburgh Film Office)

Charles H Davey

Transportation Co-Captain

Eric Dilucente

Production Assistant

Eddy Donno

Stunts

Richard W Dooley

Location Manager

Gregory L Edwards

Grip

Bart Flaherty

Bestboy Grip

Linda Folk

Adr Editor

Kelcey Fry

Makeup Artist

Eva Fyer

Production Manager

Cynthia Gardner

Key Costumer

David Gertz

Foley Mixer

Rebecka L Gibbs

Assistant Set Decorator

Richard Gibbs

Music

Richard Gibbs

Song ("Dancin' In The Moonglow")

Richard Gibbs

Conductor

Philip Giffin

Original Music

Jim Gilson

Gaffer

Susan M Gold

Scenic Artist

Al Green

Song ("Love And Happiness")

Prashant Gupta

Still Photographer

William Hankins

1st Assistant Camera

Catherine Hardwicke

Production Designer

Mark Herman

Assistant Sound Editor

Frederick Hibbert

Song Performer ("Love And Happiness")

Nicole Hill

Song Performer ("Dancin' In The Moonglow")

Hilda Hodges

Foley Artist

Mabon L Hodges

Song ("Love And Happiness")

Sandy Holt

Adr Voice

Chuck Homyak

Cableman

Karen F Hoyson

Assistant Location Manager

Neil Hyman

Transportation Coordinator

Joe Janusek

Key Grip

Chris Jargo

Supervising Sound Editor

Marisol Jimenez

Art Department Coordinator

Therese Johnston

Production Assistant

Rosalie Joseph

New York Casting

Robert Kaiser

Color Timer

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Marcy G. Kaplan

Production Coordinator

Harry Keramidas

Editor

Kathleen Kiatta

Wardrobe Supervisor

The Kingsmen

Song Performer ("Louie Louie")

Dan Kneece

Other

John D Kuberski

Key Set Production Assistant

Gail Levin

Casting

Valerie Lim

Assistant Accountant

Philip Malamuth

Apprentice Film Editor

Steve Mann

Foley Editor

Joe Martens

Electrician

John Martens

Bestboy Electric

Neal Martz

Special Effects Prosthetics

Timothy Marx

Producer

Burke W Mattsson

Title Design

Mimi Maynard

Adr Voice

Jennifer Von Mayrhauser

Costume Designer

Justin Mccartney

Set Dresser

Titus Mccue

Production Assistant

Judi Mckee

Assistant (To Timothy Marx)

Gilbert Mercier

Art Director

Sean Rogers Miguez

Hair Stylist

Andrea M. Miloro

Assistant Production Coordinator

Bruce Mink

Property Master

Theresa Repola Mohammed

Negative Cutter

Thomas R Morrison

Monument Sculptor

Julie Mossberg

New York Casting

Nancy Mosser

Pittsburgh Casting & Extras

John S Moyer

Grip

Roger Nall

Assistant Property Master

Andy Nelson

Rerecording Mixer

Alan Nineberg

Adr Editor

Diana Osberg

Production Assistant

Sid Page

Other

Steve Parys

Production Assistant

Sammy Pasha

Assistant (To Bob Hoskins)

Lowman Pauling

Song ("Dedicated To The One I Love")

Ken Paull

Production Assistant

Glenfield Payne

Cableman

Steve Pederson

Rerecording Mixer

Tom Perry

Rerecording Mixer

Charlie Peters

Screenwriter

Ethan Philips

Electrician

Buster Pile

Foreman

Cole Porter

Song ("You'Re The Top")

Juanita Presley

Assistant Accountant

John Patrick Pritchett

Production Sound Mixer

Gregory Puchalski

Set Dresser

Eric Reasoner

Music Editor

Peter Reniers

2nd Unit Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

John Rosenberg

Orchestra Contractor

Catherine Rowe

Foley Artist

Fred Scheiwiller

Stunts

Lewis Schoenbrun

1st Assistant Editor

David N Schrager

2nd Assistant Director

Judy Sepich

Art Department Coordinator

Gene Serdena

Set Decorator

Keith Seymour

Grip

Theodore Sharps

Assistant Art Director

Joel Shryack

Boom Operator

Heidi Shulman

Assistant Costume Designer

Charles Ewing Smith

Sound Editor

David Spence

Sound Editor

Armin Steiner

Music Scoring Mixer

Seddon C Stolze

Pittsburgh Casting & Extras

Louis P Taylor

Construction Coordinator

The Shirelles

Song Performer ("Dedicated To The One I Love")

Barbara E Thompson

Set Dresser

Scot Tinsley

Sound Editor

Cheryl A Tkach

Production Assistant

Peter Tomaszewicz

Sound Editor

Gabe Veltri

Music Scoring Mixer

Don Wadsworth

Dialect Coach

Joshua L Warner

On-Set Dresser

Bennett Wiegand

Electrician

Jeff Wilber

Production Assistant

Walt Woodward

Song ("Outlaw")

Deborah Wuliger

Unit Publicist

Mimi Wyeth

Production Assistant

James Wylie

Assistant Camera

Michael Zinobile

Grip

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1992
Production Company
20th Century Fox Studio Facilities; Chuck Homyak; Glenfield Payne; Hollywood Pictures; L.A. Maddogs; Panavision, Ltd.; Segue Music Inc; Technicolor; Todd-Ao; Walt Disney Company Studio Facilities; Warner Bros. Worldwide Studio Facilities
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Distribution; Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States April 23, 1992

Released in United States on Video November 18, 1992

Released in United States Spring April 24, 1992

Shown at San Francisco Film Festival April 23, 1992.

Began shooting October 9, 1991.

Completed shooting December 7, 1991.

Released in United States April 23, 1992 (Shown at San Francisco Film Festival April 23, 1992.)

Released in United States Spring April 24, 1992

Released in United States on Video November 18, 1992