The Saint Of Fort Washington


1h 48m 1993

Brief Synopsis

A middle-aged man becomes homeless after his brother gambles away their business. He takes a disturbed young loner under his broken wing.

Film Details

Also Known As
Saint of Fort Washington, saint de Manhattan
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Drama
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Synopsis

A middle-aged man becomes homeless after his brother gambles away their business. He takes a disturbed young loner under his broken wing.

Crew

Andy Aaron

Background Artist

Doug Adams

Other

Danny Aiello Iii

Stunts

Tom Allen

Property Master

Robert M Andres

Key Grip

Carrie Ansell

Other

Peter Appel

Other

Rick Aviles

Other

Laura Barnett

Location Assistant

Martin Bernstein

Construction Coordinator

Nicholas Bernstein

Location Manager

Sara Bolder

Dialogue Editor

Vebe Borge

Assistant Director

Nandi Bowe

Assistant Director

Christopher Boyes

Foley Recordist

Nancy Boytos

On-Set Dresser

James A Bradney

Assistant Production Coordinator

Rolland M. Brooks

Scenic Artist

Claudia Brown

Costumes

Linda Kay Brown

Assistant Editor

Eric Bruzaitis

Craft Service

Patrick J Burke

Office Assistant

Shari Carpenter

Script Supervisor

Fritz Celestin

Set Production Assistant

Larry M. Cherry

Hair Stylist

Carl Clifford

Unit Production Manager

Carl Clifford

Executive Producer

Dan Cohen

Location Assistant

Henry Compton

Assistant

David Cox

Set Production Assistant

William Daly

Sound

William Daly

Sound Mixer

Robert Dawson

Main Title Design

Andrew J. Day

Lighting

Wojciech Debowski

Location Coordinator

David Declerque

Location Coordinator

Claudette Didul

On-Set Dresser

Norman Douglass

Stunts

Kim Druce

Assistant Costume Designer

Bob Edwards

Rerecording

Fred Elmes

Director Of Photography

Dan Engstrom

Assistant Editor

Lori Eschler

Music Editor

Candido Fabre

Theme Lyrics

Candido Fabre

Music

Roy Farfel

Stunts

Ken Ferris

Camera Operator

Ken Fischer

Sound Effects Editor

Mo Flam

Lighting Technician

Julia Fordham

Song

Julia Fordham

Song Performer

Keith Gardner

Boom Operator

Abeni Garrett

Other

Peter Gelfman

On-Set Dresser

Yolande Geralds

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Martin Glover

Camera Assistant

Robert Greene

Photography

Bruce Lee Gross

Lead Set Dresser

Lili Grossman-reyes

Other

Keith R Gunthorpe

Extras Casting Assistant

Tauhid Hakein

Set Production Assistant

David S Hamby

Dga Trainee

Diane Hammond

Makeup Artist

Andy Harris

Assistant Camera Operator

Barbara J Hause

Wardrobe Supervisor

Bob Hayes

Special Thanks To

Don Hewitt

Stunts

Tim Holland

Sound Editor

Marin Hopper

Post-Production Supervisor

James Newton Howard

Original Music

James Newton Howard

Music

Rosa Howell-thornhill

Sound Recordist

Nessa Hyams

Casting

Nessa Hyams

Producer

Edward Iacobelli

Transportation Co-Captain

Askia Won-ling Jacob

Wardrobe Supervisor

Sati Jamal

Set Production Assistant

Charles Johnson

Location Assistant

Robert Kaiser

Color Timer

Nell Kelly

Assistant Editor

Tracey Lee Kemble

Art Department

Lyle Kessler

Executive Producer

Lyle Kessler

Screenplay

Larry Kirwan

Music

Larry Kirwan

Theme Lyrics

Isabelle Kostic-crosley

Location Assistant

Tom Kudlek

Dolly Grip

Mary Helen Leasman

Foley Editor

Michael Leather

On-Set Dresser

Rosaleen Linehan

Other

David Lomax

Stunt Coordinator

John Lyons

Set Production Assistant

M. J. Magbanua

Other

Roy Martin

Color Timer

Michael Mason

Music

Marilyn Mccoppen

Adr Editor

Jennifer Meyers

Foley Artist

Theresa Repola Mohammed

Negative Cutting

Michelle Morrissey

Production Supervisor

Susan Muir

Production Accountant

Margie O'malley

Foley Artist

David Olson

Music

Marty Paich

Music Conductor

Eddie Palmieri

Music Composer

Gus Papadopoulos

On-Set Dresser

Janet Paparazzo

Stunts

David V. Picker

Producer

Denise Pinckley

Production Coordinator

Carl Prinzi

Grip

Rick Raphael

Steadicam Operator

Debbie Reinberg

Music

Dawn Murphy Riley

Office Assistant

Steven A. Saklad

Art Director

Leslie Saltus

Camera Assistant

Robert Schaper

Music

Debra Schutt

Set Decorator

Alexis Seymour

Assistant Editor

Larry Seymour

Music Composer

Jodi Shapera

Set Production Assistant

Terilyn A. Shropshire

Assistant Editor

Nancy Shumovich

Post-Production Supervisor

Bambi Sickafoose

Assistant Editor

M E Skinner

Post-Production Assistant

Victor Slezak

Driver

Howard E. Smith

Editor

Michele Sommer

Assistant Property Master

Vicki Stein

Assistant

Armin Steiner

Music

Gary Summers

Rerecording

Eric Swanek

Assistant Camera Operator

Randy Thom

Rerecording

Sharah Thomas

Set Production Assistant

Nick Thomson

Other

Pamela Thur

Assistant Location Manager

Daphne Tsantilis

Production Associate

Pam Uzzell

Assistant Editor

Charles Van Deventer

Other

Tracy Vilar

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Matt Vogel

Special Effects Coordinator

Kimberly Von Brandenstein

Art Department Coordinator

Paul Wachter

Dolly Grip

Hugh Waddell

Assistant Editor

Michael Waldron

Driver

Jeff Ward

Stunt Coordinator

Deborah Watkins

Stunts

Jim Weidman

Music Editor

James Whalen

Transportation Co-Captain

Gina White

Set Production Assistant

Adam G Williams

Location Assistant

Linda Wilson

Set Production Assistant

Alysa Wishingrad

Casting Associate

Eric A Wolliaston

Extras Casting Assistant

Stuart Wurtzel

Production Designer

Gwendolyn Yates Whittle

Dialogue Editor

Tom Yeager

Location Assistant

Elizabeth Zagrany

Assistant Production Accountant

Heather Zicko

Craft Service

Film Details

Also Known As
Saint of Fort Washington, saint de Manhattan
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Drama
Release Date
1993
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 17, 1993

Released in United States on Video April 20, 1994

Released in United States September 1993

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 3-13, 1993.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Special Presentation) September 9-18, 1993.

Filmmaker Tim Hunter previously co-wrote the screenplay for "Over the Edge" (USA/1979), which marked actor Matt Dillon's feature debut. Hunter also co-wrote and directed "Tex" (USA/1982), Dillon's first starring vehicle.

Began shooting April 6, 1992.

Completed shooting June 4, 1992.

Released in United States Fall November 17, 1993

Released in United States on Video April 20, 1994

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 3-13, 1993.)

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Special Presentation) September 9-18, 1993.)