She-Devil


1h 39m 1989

Brief Synopsis

A plain but otherwise exemplary housewife exacts revenge on her unfaithful husband and his glamorous mistress.

Film Details

Also Known As
En hondjävuls liv och lustar, Lives and Loves of a She-Devil, The, la diable
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures
Location
Port Jefferson, New York, USA; New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Synopsis

A plain but otherwise exemplary housewife exacts revenge on her unfaithful husband and his glamorous mistress.

Crew

Michael Badalucco

Props

Tamara Bally

Production Auditor

Joe Banks

Generator Operator

Vincent Barty

Stand-In

Edward Battista

Driver

Bernie Baum

Song

Blair Bellis

Production Coordinator

Catherine Benedek

Sound Editor

Heidi Berg

Music Arranger

Heidi Berg

Song

Boris Blank

Song

Trissy Bowers

Adr Editor

Jonathan Brett

Screenplay

Jonathan Brett

Producer

Conrad F Brink

Special Effects Coordinator

Lisa Bromwell

Associate Editor

G Mac Brown

Unit Production Manager

G Mac Brown

Coproducer

Frank Buonadonna

Song

Mark Burns

Screenplay

Reid Burns

Color Timer

Albert Cabrera

Song

Ashley Cadell

Song

Joseph A Campayno

Makeup

William A Campbell

Wardrobe Supervisor

Kate Ceberano

Song

Kate Ceberano

Song Performer

Alba Censoplano

Costumes

Kam Chan

Sound Editor

Emile Charlap

Music Contractor

Chubby Checker

Song

Chubby Checker

Song Performer

Ellen Chenoweth

Casting

John Clifford

Photography

Randall Coleman

Adr Editor

Jacob F Conrad

Assistant

Bill Cook

Song

Lucy Corrigan

Costume Department

Marko Costanzo

Foley Artist

Richard D Curry

Driver

Daniel R Davis

Assistant Art Director

John Deblau

Gaffer

Susan Demskey-horiuchi

Music Editor

Homer Denison

Original Music

George Detitta Jr.

Set Decorator

Gay Difusco

Music

Mary Dore

Researcher

Edwin A Effrein

Camera Trainee

Fleet Emerson

Casting Associate

Michael Farrow

Music

Sylvia Fay

Casting

Dino Fekaris

Song

Irene Ferrari

Wardrobe

Tom Fleischman

Sound

Jullian Flynn

Location Assistant

Richard Ford

Best Boy

Tom Ford

Electrician

Marilyn Fried

Dialogue Coach

Jim Frohna

Production Assistant

Maureen Garvey

Production Assistant

Dean Garvin

Production Assistant

Bill Giant

Song

Ronald Gildea

Driver

Amanda Goess

Production Assistant

Joel Gold

Camera

Gillien Goll

Stand-In

Daniel K Grasso

On-Set Dresser

Joseph Grecco

Carpenter

Hannah Green

Production Assistant

David Grossack

Sound

Totally Looped Group

Other

Vincent Guarriello

Key Grip

J. Roy Helland

Makeup

J. Roy Helland

Hair

Aubrey Hindle

Craft Service

Sam Hoffman

Production Assistant

Ron Honsa

Technical Director

Dreamlight Images

Stock Footage

Thomas Imperato

Consultant

Edward A Ioffreda

Production Assistant

Julie Janney

Stand-In

Shari Schwartz Johanson

Sound

Michael Kananack

Production Assistant

Florence Kaye

Song

Mary A Kelly

Continuity

John Kerr

Production Assistant

Tom Kimmel

Song

Tom Kimmel

Song Performer

Sonny Kompanek

Original Music

Dan Korintus

Sound Editor

Vincent Lawrence

Scenic Artist

Edward Leahy

Driver

Jonathan Leigh

Electrician

John Leonidas

Other

Martin I Levenstein

Associate Editor

Glenn Lloyd

Art Department Coordinator

Santo Loquasto

Production Designer

David Lowry

Dolly Grip

Edward W Lowry

Grip

Martin Lowry

Grip

Dean E Maitland

Sound

Tod A Maitland

Sound Mixer

Amy Marshall

Set Decorator

Brick Mason

Production

James Mazzola

Property Master

Jeff Mazzola

Property Master Assistant

Steve Mcauliff

Animal Trainer

Thomas A Mcdermott

Props

Craig Mckay

Editor

Mark Morales

Song

Wayne Moss

Carpenter

Paul Mowry

Assistant

Gary Muller

Assistant Camera Operator

Doug Murray

Sound

T. J. O'mara

Boom Operator

Bitty O'sullivan-smith

Sound Editor

John Panuccio

Grip

John Penotti

Production Assistant

Suzana Peric

Music Editor

Frederick Perren

Song

Ron Petagna

Construction Coordinator

Vincent Petraglia

Grip

Diana Pokorny

Production Supervisor

George Potts

Assistant Costume Designer

Robert Prate

Grip

Thomas Prate

Key Grip

Elvis Presley

Song Performer

Andrew Priestley

Assistant Camera Operator

Tom Priestley

Camera Operator

Dennis Radesky

Other

Anne Reddington

Location Assistant

Jay Ringelstein

Production Assistant

Vincente Rios

Driver

Darren Robinson

Song

Vicki Dee Rock

Assistant

Carley Roney

Production Assistant

Fred Rosenberg

Sound Editor

Denine Rowan

Music Editor

Matthew H Rowland

Dga Trainee

Dan Sable

Sound Editor

Lynn Sable

Sound Editor

Steven A. Saklad

Assistant Art Director

Jill Greenberg Sands

Casting Associate

Diane Schaub

Adr Editor

Tibi Scheflow

Location Assistant

Susan Seidelman

Producer

Colleen Sharp

Assistant Editor

David Sharp

Other

Lance A Shepherd

Electrician

Werner Sherer

Hair

Howard Shore

Song

Howard Shore

Music

Doug Sisemore

Song

Cosmo Sorice

Scenic Artist

Jim Sorice

Other

Thomas Southern

Scenic Artist

Oliver Stapleton

Dp/Cinematographer

Oliver Stapleton

Director Of Photography

Mark Steiner

Craft Service

Jermaine Stewart

Song Performer

Jermaine Stewart

Song

Daniel M Stillman

Assistant Director

Alice Stone

Assistant Editor

Barry Strugatz

Screenplay

Margot Therre

Scenic Artist

Glen Trotiner

Assistant Director

Denya Versailles

Song

Debra Victoroff

Assistant Editor

Susan Vitucci

Graphics

Chris Vogt

On-Set Dresser

Deborah Wallach

Adr Editor

Tom Warren

Art Director

Howard Weiner

Video

Howard Weiner

Other

Fay Weldon

Source Material (From Novel)

Gil Williams

Production Assistant

Tim Williams

Set Production Assistant

Damon Wimbley

Song

Albert Wolsky

Costume Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
En hondjävuls liv och lustar, Lives and Loves of a She-Devil, The, la diable
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Orion Pictures
Location
Port Jefferson, New York, USA; New York City, New York, USA; New Jersey, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States December 6, 1989

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1990

Released in United States Winter December 8, 1989

Shown at benefit premiere for American Museum of Moving Images, New York City December 6, 1989.

Feature film debut for actress/comedienne Roseanne Barr. Novel was previously televised in a 240 minute miniseries in Great Britain in 1986.

Began shooting April 12, 1989.

Completed shooting July 6, 1989.

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1990

Released in United States December 6, 1989 (Shown at benefit premiere for American Museum of Moving Images, New York City December 6, 1989.)

Released in United States Winter December 8, 1989