Strike It Rich


1h 24m 1990

Brief Synopsis

A penniless couple in Monte Carlo win the jackpot.

Film Details

Also Known As
Loser Takes All
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
BBC (Main Listing); British Screen Finance; Completion Bond Company Inc
Distribution Company
Millimeter Films; Filmfour International; HBO Home Video
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Monte Carlo, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 24m

Synopsis

A penniless couple in Monte Carlo win the jackpot.

Crew

Neil Binney

Camera Operator

Victoria Blunden

Casting Assistant

Robert Bridges

Other

Mike Buchanan

Art Direction

Angus Cameron

Art Department Trainee

Maude Chilton

Floor Runner

Minty Clinch

Publicist

Tony Coroon

Production Accountant

Roland Coyne

Carpenter

Nigel Crafts

Chargehand Carpenter

James Crawford

Producer

John Dankworth

Music

Dick Daubeney

Location Manager

Steve Davis

Other

Winston Depper

Dressing Props

Mike Dowson

Sound Mixer

Terrence Dunne

Chargehand Props (Standby)

Graham Easton

Producer

Derek Ede

Stagehand

James Ede

Other

Steve Ede

Construction Manager

Mac Elphick

Unit Driver

Ken Evans

Carpenter Supervisor

Lorely Farley

Script Supervisor

David Farrell

Stills

Jeanne Ferber

Production Supervisor

Jerry Floyd

Unit Driver

Stan Fus

Locations Assistant

David Fyson

Production Buyer

Joyce Gallie

Casting

Nigel Galt

Sound Editor

John Gardey

Stills

John Gaynor

Doctor

Andrew Gravel

Carpenter

Graham Greene

Source Material (From Novel)

M Gunner

Other

James D Hackett

Carpenter

Jane Hamilton

Costume Designer (United Kingdom)

Mike Harris

Boom Operator

Tom Harvey

3rd Assistant Director

Pay Hay

Chief Makeup

Arthur Healy

Other

Nick Heckstall-smith

2nd Assistant Director

Ian Hills

Supervisor

Christopher Hobbs

Production Designer

B Howe

Other

Patricia Johnson

Other

David Jones

Sound Recording

Pat Killeen

Other

Peter Lamb

Bestboy

A D Lee

Carpenter

Nicholas Lloyd

Carpenter

Colin J Lovering

Supervisor

Georgia Masters

Other

Michael Mcdermott

Gaffer

Laurie Mcdowell

Assistant Editor

Christian Mcwilliams

Production Runner

Liz Michie

Hairdresser

Malcolm Miller

Carpenter

James Muir

Stagehand

David Murphy

Wardrobe Master

Bruce Neighbour

Unit Driver

Des O'boy

Stagehand

Christine Oestreicher

Producer

Cassandra Ogier

Casting Assistant

Arnold Oke

Carpenter

Folasade Oyeleye

2nd Assistant Editor

Nick Parker

Other

Jeff Paynter

2nd Camera Operator

Robert Paynter

Director Of Photography

Harry Portlock

Carpenter

Doug Prudy

Dressing Props

Stephen Pushkin

Production Manager (France)

Tom Rand

Costume Designer

Cornelius Restall

Other

Sue Robbins

Costume Designer Assistant

Jill Samuels

Production Coordinator

Thomas Schwalm

Editor

James Scott

Screenwriter

Nick Searle

Set Dresser (United Kingdom)

Nick Searle

Art Direction Assistant

Helen Seery

Accountant Assistant

Danny Shelmerdine

Other

Susan Slonaker

Associate Producer

Malcolm Smith

Grip

Grahame Sprigens

Pick-Up Driver (Props)

Frances Stephenson

Other

Guy Travers

Assistant Director

D Tuhey

Other

Paul Turner

Property Master

Bob Weinstein

Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Executive Producer

Stephen Whitworth

Carpenter

Billy Willmott

Unit Driver

Kirston Wing

Wardrobe Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Loser Takes All
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
BBC (Main Listing); British Screen Finance; Completion Bond Company Inc
Distribution Company
Millimeter Films; Filmfour International; HBO Home Video
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Monte Carlo, France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 24m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States November 1990

Released in United States on Video June 20, 1990

Released in United States Winter January 26, 1990

Began shooting October 1988.

Completed shooting November 7, 1988.

Released in United States Winter January 26, 1990

Released in United States on Video June 20, 1990

Released in United States November 1990 (Uncut version premiered at London Film Festival November 8-25, 1990.)