Storyville


1h 52m 1992

Brief Synopsis

Story of a young idealistic lawyer running for Congress, who helps shed light on the corruption within his powerful Louisiana family dynasty.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Slidell, Louisiana, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Synopsis

Story of a young idealistic lawyer running for Congress, who helps shed light on the corruption within his powerful Louisiana family dynasty.

Crew

Peter Amundson

Editor

Mark Andrew

Apprentice

Scott Ansell

Music

Louis Armstrong

Song

Randy N Barbee

Assistant Director

Elvin Barrow

Driver

Sidney J Barthelemy

Special Thanks To

Jennifer Baum

On-Set Dresser

James Beshears

Sound Editor

Walter J Blanchard

Assistant

Steve Boldroff

Key Grip

John Golden Britt

Other

Brooke Brooks

Assistant

Kurt Bryant

Stunts

Stephen Buckingham

Other

John Buckley

Gaffer

Charles W Burdett

Driver

Ann Burgard

Assistant

Carter Burwell

Music

Salvador Camacho

Assistant Camera Operator

David Chris Campbell

Carpenter

Kimberly M Carbo

Special Thanks To

Cevin Cathell

Unit Manager

Lyn Caudle

Special Effects Coordinator

Jolene Cherry

Music Supervisor

Morgan Clevenger

Set Costumer

Thomas E Conrad

Video

Thomas Cook

Best Boy

Barbara Coston

Production Auditor

Keith Cox

Construction Coordinator

Paddy Cullen

Production Coordinator

Anthony Dalferes

Camera Assistant

John Davis

Executive Producer

Lenny Delbert

Video Playback

Marlene Dermer

Art Department Coordinator

Tony Dominici

Location Assistant

Rick Downey

Negative Cutting

Sean Doyle

Camera Operator

Mae Easterling

Wardrobe

Sean Finnegan

Office Assistant

Morgan Flaherty

Carpenter

John Flock

Executive Producer

Charles Franklin

Driver

Louise Frogley

Costume Designer

Mark Frost

Screenplay

Frank Galbally

Book As Source Material

Ron Garcia

Director Of Photography

Hayward M Gaude

Stunts

Matthew Gayne

Assistant

Mary Karen Gleason

Production Auditor

Carol Gniady

Editor

Tom Gonta

Foley Mixer

Allison Gordin

Makeup

Elisabeth Greenbaum

Assistant

Ann Greenberg

Production

Bruce Greene

Steadicam Operator

Grace Griffith

Production Auditor

Lori Guidroz

Hair

David Halbert

Boom Operator

Stephen Halbert

Sound Mixer

Dana Hanby

Location Manager

Chappy Hardy

Associate Producer

David Harrison

Driver

James Hays

Assistant

Alvin Henry

Electrician

John Herbert

Other

Bill Hershey

Other

W S Hickey

Foreman

Alan Holly

Adr Mixer

David Homes

Driver

Richard Hoover

Production Designer

Jimmy Humphreys

Driver

Earl R Hurst

Transportation Captain

Elaine Huzzar

Casting Associate

Dale Janni

On-Set Dresser

Eric Javits

Other

William Jennings

Dga Trainee

Trevor Jolly

Sound Editor

Louis Jones

Electrician

Fred Judkins

Sound Editor

Brian Kasch

Set Decorator

Jon Kazunaga

Carpenter

David Kern

Sound Editor

Ann Kinney

Assistant

Tommy Klines

Assistant Camera Operator

Evzen Kolar

Coproducer

Steve Krieger

Special Effects

Elizabeth Landers

Craft Service

Rick Landry

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Ken Larson

Foreman

Deborah Latham

Costume Supervisor

Tesa Laviolette

Other

Amy Lynne Lilley

Set Costumer

Michele Lilley

Assistant Production Coordinator

Rudy Limauro

Transportation Captain

Les Lithgow

Co-Executive Producer

David Lux

Storyboard Artist

Robert Macklin

Book As Source Material

Dennis Madalone

Stunts

Trey Marion

Craft Service

Robert Martel

Assistant Sound Editor

Anne Massey

Casting

Jim Mccluskey

Set Production Assistant

Tom Mcdermott

Special Thanks To

Kathleen M Mckernin

Art Director

Jacqueline Miro

Other

Jeffrey Moore

Property Master

Robert Morgenroth

Other

Dan Muscarella

Color Timer

Clarence Muse

Song

Rick Myers

Caterer

Deepak Nayar

Assistant Director

Mark Ormandy

Sound Editor

Christopher Otto

Assistant

Rafael Perales

Driver

Patti Perret

Photography

Denise Perrin

Set Production Assistant

Jerry Plamer

Electrician

Edward Pressman

Producer

Michael Radiloff

Assistant

Johanna Ray

Casting

Lynn Pressman Raymond

Special Thanks To

Leon Rene

Song

Otis Rene

Song

Lee Reynolds

Screenplay

David Richardson

Dolly Grip

James D Riewer

On-Set Dresser

Rich Robinson

Props Assistant

David Roe

Producer

David Rome

Set Production Assistant

Robert R Rutledge

Foley

Tony Sackman

Production

Frank Salvino

Post-Production Supervisor

Joanne Schmidt

Assistant Set Decorator

Kirk Schuler

Sound Editor

B.j. Sears

Editor

Gihan Seneviratne

Best Boy

Alexander Sens

Driver

Meagan Shapiro

Set Production Assistant

Leslie Shatz

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Rachel Shaw-bayon

Assistant Editor

Sara Sheilds

Set Production Assistant

Robert D Simon

Unit Production Manager

Betty Slaw

Other

Adam Milo Smalley

Music Editor

Greg Smith

Assistant Camera Operator

Michael L Smith

Grip

Jerry Spicer

Stunts

Jerry Spicer

Stunt Coordinator

Lawrence V Spurlock

Other

Dean St John

Adr

Gerard Stilger

Driver

Dorre Street

Assistant Editor

Ricki Sylvester Jr.

Grip

Stas Tagios

Editing

Samantha Taylor

Production

Larry Tero

Set Production Assistant

Rodney Theard

Driver

Peggy Anne Tison

Other

Michael Toay

Production

Phillip L Tomalin

Assistant

Phillip L Tomalin

Stunts

David Torn

Music

William Towne

Production

Rafael Valdes

Electrician

Gail Van Dyke

Driver

Greg Van Dyke

Transportation Coordinator

Wendi Van Dyke

Assistant Camera Operator

Amy Vanderbeck

On-Set Dresser

Melanie Verkins

Makeup Assistant

Brenda Wachel

Script Supervisor

Bill Walker

Grip

Leo P Wheat

Song

Eric Whitaker

On-Set Dresser

Mike Wilson

Editor

Peter H Wilson

Location Manager

George Zecevic

Co-Executive Producer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1992
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Distribution
Location
Slidell, Louisiana, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States August 28, 1992

Released in United States January 1992

Released in United States on Video January 20, 1993

Released in United States Summer August 26, 1992

Feature directorial debut for "Twin Peaks" co-creator Mark Frost.

Began shooting April 29, 1991.

Completed shooting June 20, 1991.

Ultra-Stereo

Released in United States January 1992 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 16-26, 1992.)

Released in United States on Video January 20, 1993

Released in United States Summer August 26, 1992

Released in United States August 28, 1992 (Los Angeles)