Sweet Hearts Dance


1h 42m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A warm look at the day-to-day life of four people in a small Vermont town during a crucial, conflict-filled period in their lives.

Film Details

Also Known As
Amour a quatre temps, L', L' Amour a quatre temps, Sweetheart Dance, Sweethearts Dance
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
CFI Hollywood; Filmtrucks Inc; Panavision, Ltd.; Saxon/Ross Film Design, Inc.; Tristar Pictures
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Tristar Pictures; Tristar Pictures
Location
Florida, USA; Hyde Park, Vermont, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Synopsis

A warm look at the day-to-day life of four people in a small Vermont town during a crucial, conflict-filled period in their lives.

Crew

Suzy Abbott

Scenic Artist

Kristy Aitken

Costumer

James F Allen

Production Designer

James Allen

Production Designer

Mitchell Amundsen

1st Assistant Camera

Allan Apone

Makeup

C Brickett Bailey

Production Assistant

Tom Barone

Production Assistant

Janet Bartels-vandagriff

Co-Editor

Judy Bauer

Accountant Assistant

John Beymer

Camera Operator

Jim Bigham

Florida Liaison

Renee Bodner

Script Supervisor

Gary J Brink

Props Assistant

Dennis Brobst

Snow Consultant

Dominique Bruballa

Production Accountant

Pieter Jan Brugge

Unit Production Manager (Los Angeles)

Tiger Buck

Production Assistant

Ed Burza

Wardrobe Supervisor (Los Angeles)

Edward S Burza

Wardrobe Supervisor (Los Angeles)

Cathy Carlisle

Production Assistant

David Eric Chapman

Production Assistant

Bonnie Christensen

Set Decorator Assistant

David Codron

Apprentice Editor

Rob Corn

2nd Assistant Director

Joe Coscia

Hairstyles

Larry W Crenshaw

Transportation Captain (Florida)

Steve Crider

Editorial Runner

Katharine Curtis

Production Office Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Tricia Davey

Assistant (To Jeffrey Lurie)

Huw Davies

Location Manager

John Denney

Other

Angelo Digiacomo

1st Assistant Camera

Rita Duffey

Location Assistant

Merry Dunning

Production Associate

Kathy Durning

Music Editor

Chris Duskin

2nd Assistant Camera

Cindy Finch

Assistant Editor

Robert Florio

Editor

Gladden Pell Foss

Other

Bobby Foxworth

Stunt Coordinator

Aretha Franklin

Song Performer ("Oh Happy Day")

Tak Fujimoto

Director Of Photography

Bob Gaydos

Assistant (To Robert Greenwald)

Richard Gibbs

Music; Music Adaptation

Philip Giffin

Original Music

Debbie Gold

Music Supervisor

Jeremy Gordon

Sound Editor

Paul W. Gorfine

Scenic Artist

Robert Greenwald

Executive Producer

Yonit Hamer

Casting (Extras/Florida)

Tim Healey

Location Manager (Los Angeles)

Nikol Hegarty

Production Associate

Michael Hilkene

Sound Editor

Lee Holden

Location Assistant

Frank Howard

Sound Editor

David J Hudson

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Gary Hymes

Stunt Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Kristin Jacobs

Production Assistant

Julie Janata

Apprentice Editor

Howard Jensen

Special Effects (Los Angeles)

Lora Kennedy

Casting

Patricia Kudish

Assistant Editor

Val Kuklowsky

Sound Editor Supervisor

Dana J Kuznetzkoff

Dga Trainee

Robert Guy Laprell

Construction Coordinator

Eric Lindemann

Sound Editor

David Lindley

Song Performer ("Why Do Fools Fall In Love?")

Carlane Passman Little

Costume Supervisor (Women)

Jeffrey Lurie

Producer

Frankie Lymon

Song Performer ("Why Do Fools Fall In Love?")

Gabrielle Mandelik

Co-Executive Producer

M C Maxwell

Gaffer

Susan Mcnamara

Production Associate

Mel Metcalfe

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Patrushka Mierzwa

Boom Operator

Bernadene C Morgan

Wardrobe Supervisor (Los Angeles)

Johnny Nash

Song Performer ("I Can See Clearly Now")

Allan Nicholls

1st Assistant Director

Stevie Nicks

Song Performer ("Silent Night")

John Oettinger

Sound Editor

Anthony Paronelli

Supervisor

Gregory B Pena

Costume Supervisor (Men)

Bobby Pickett

Song Performer ("Monster Mash")

Terry Porter

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Bruce S Pustin

Associate Producer

Bruce S Pustin

Unit Production Manager

John T Ramsey

Key Grip

Bobbie Read

Costume Designer

William F. Reynolds

Property Master

Jerried S Robinson

Transportation Coordinator

Layne Robinson

Special Effects

David Lee Roth

Song Performer ("California Girls")

Ron Russell

Special Security

Lisa Sanderson

Assistant (To Robert Greenwald)

Marshall Schlom

Script Supervisor (Los Angeles)

Rebel Schunke

Dolly Grip

Chuck Sharp

Bestboy Electrician

Steven Shaw

Camera Operator (Los Angeles)

Debra Sicilian

Editorial Runner

Diane Sillan Isaacs

Assistant (To Don Johnson)

R Lynn Smart

Set Decorator

Jette Sorensen

Production Accountant (Los Angeles)

Roger Spurgeon

Other

John Stabile

Production Assistant (Los Angeles)

Mavis Staples

Song Performer ("Oh Happy Day")

Tim W Staubs

2nd Grip

Michael L Stone

Camera Operator

Natalie Strong

Production Assistant

Alesandra M Tabor

Production Coordinator

Dyanna Taylor

Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Ernest Thompson

From Story

Ernest Thompson

Screenwriter

Nick Troiano

Hairstyles

Mark F. Ulano

Sound Recording Mixer

Larry Wallace

Chief Lighting Technician (Los Angeles)

W Wayne Walser

Special Effects Supervisor

Jim Weidman

Music Editor

Allen Weisinger

Makeup

Lauren C Weissman

Co-Executive Producer

Candace Wells

Transportation Captain (Los Angeles)

Barry Wetcher

Stills

John O Wilde

Sound Editor Assistant

Bryce G Williams

Transportation Coordinator (Los Angeles)

Marilyn Wright

Casting (Extras/Vermont)

Film Details

Also Known As
Amour a quatre temps, L', L' Amour a quatre temps, Sweetheart Dance, Sweethearts Dance
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
CFI Hollywood; Filmtrucks Inc; Panavision, Ltd.; Saxon/Ross Film Design, Inc.; Tristar Pictures
Distribution Company
TriStar Pictures; Rca/Columbia Pictures Home Video; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Tristar Pictures; Tristar Pictures
Location
Florida, USA; Hyde Park, Vermont, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 23, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 27, 1989

Began shooting April 6, 1987.

Released in United States Fall September 23, 1988

Released in United States on Video April 27, 1989