Salome's Last Dance


1h 27m 1988

Brief Synopsis

Film centers around playwright Oscar Wilde watching a performance of his play "Salome".

Film Details

Also Known As
Salome's Last Night
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Ruben Sedgewick
Distribution Company
Vestron Pictures
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Cannon Elstree Studios, Borehamswood, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

Film centers around playwright Oscar Wilde watching a performance of his play "Salome".

Crew

Ron Allett

Property Master

Graham Anderson

Assistant

Michael Arrals

Costume Designer

Steve Atkinson

Driver

Ray Beckett

Sound

Cathy Bell

Assistant

Nicky Bowen

Accounting Assistant

Simon Broad

Assistant

Denis Brock

Gaffer

Rowena Brown

Assistant

Michael Buchanan

Art Director

John Chandler

Boom Operator

Abdul Chowdry

Other

Jack Collins

Electrician

Richard Cooke

Music Conductor

Clive Coote

Photography

Yvonne Coppard

Makeup

Penny Corke

Producer

Sean Cotter

Music

Ella Cottrell

Production

Bob Crowdy

Liaison

Martin Culverwell

Sound

Jerry Daly

Assistant Director

Cercy Dem Hollander

Assistant

Gary Desmond

Other

Lynn Dillon

Assistant

Derek Ede

Production

Steve Ede

Construction Manager

Mark Ellis

Grip

Mark Ellis

Key Grip

Peter Ettedgui

Assistant

Ken Evans

Carpenter

Mike Evans

Other

Sally Evans

Makeup Assistant

Tommy Finch

Best Boy

Gerry Floyd

Driver

Timothy Gee

Editor

Terry Goddard

Electrician

Sam Goldrich

Assistant

Laura Goulding

Other

Peter Govey

Titles And Opticals

Mike Gowans

Assistant Director

Gareth Hall

Camera Assistant

Catherine Halloran

Wardrobe Assistant

John Hargraves

Assistant

Rick Harris

Other

Harvey Harrison

Director Of Photography

Pay Hay

Makeup

John Hemmings

Assistant

Christopher Hobbs

Set Designer

Rebecca Howard

Casting Director

James Hunt

Scenic Artist

Peter Hunt

Color

Dan Ireland

Executive Producer

John Ireland

Sound Editor

Michael Jeffery

Wardrobe Supervisor

Michael Jeffery

Costume Designer

Ray Jones

Driver

Bill Kirkpatrick

Assistant

Bob Lee

Assistant

Dick Lewzey

Music

Robert Littman

Coproducer

Sula Loizou

Makeup Assistant

Colin Lovering

Other

Keith Lowes

Assistant Editor

Simon Manley

Sound Editor

Richard Mason

Assistant

Maxine Matts

Other

Liz Michie

Hairdresser

Andrew Mitchell

Assistant

Steve Moncas

Assistant

Dean Morrish

Other

Diane Murphy

Wardrobe Assistant

Ron Narduzzo

Driver

Mark Nelson

Hair Assistant

David Nolam

Music

Maria J Peckos

Assistant

Arlene Phillips

Choreographer

Trevor Puckle

Assistant Director

William J Quigley

Executive Producer

Melinda Rees

Script Supervisor

Wanda Rokicki

Choreographer

Denise Rubens

On-Set Dresser

Ken Russell

Screenplay

Vivian Russell

Interpreter

Steven Sallybanks

Scenic Artist

Brian Saunders

Sound

Ruben Sedgewick

Production Insurance

Jean Sheffield

Sound Editor

Tracy Sheffield

Sound Editor

Bob Snooks

Electrician

Maureen Stephenson

Makeup Assistant

Charles Strickland

Assistant

Paul Turner

Props

Ronald Vasconcellos

Other

Daphne Vollmer

Hairdresser

Rebecca West

Assistant

Oscar Wilde

Play As Source Material

Winnie Wishart

Production Coordinator

Slawomire Zukowski

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Salome's Last Night
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Ruben Sedgewick
Distribution Company
Vestron Pictures
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Cannon Elstree Studios, Borehamswood, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States May 1988

Released in United States May 20, 1988

Released in United States on Video January 18, 1989

Released in United States Spring May 6, 1988

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 1988.

Began shooting September 14, 1987.

Released in United States on Video January 18, 1989

Released in United States May 1988 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 1988.)

Released in United States Spring May 6, 1988

Released in United States May 20, 1988 (Los Angeles)