Tune In Tomorrow


1h 45m 1990

Brief Synopsis

Set in 1950s New Orleans, a naive college boy falls for his glamorous, twice-divorced aunt and finds that his life is being manipulated by an eccentric soap-opera writer.

Film Details

Also Known As
La Tante Julia et le scribouillard, Tante Julia et le scribouillard, La, Tune in Tomorrow...
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Robert Michael Burton
Location
Paris, France; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

Set in 1950s New Orleans, a naive college boy falls for his glamorous, twice-divorced aunt and finds that his life is being manipulated by an eccentric soap-opera writer.

Crew

Peter Afterman

Music Supervisor

William Allison

Transportation Coordinator

Mary-jane April

Production Assistant

Mark Bachman

Other

Brydon Bertram Baker Iii

Boom Operator

Monty Bass

Dolly Grip

A Dean Bell

Adr Editor

Martha Beresford

Hair

Sheryl Berkoff-lowe

Makeup

Rufus Best

Carpenter

Melissa F. Binder

Set Costumer

Edwin Bowden

Transportation Captain

William Boyd

Screenplay

Peter Boyle

Editor

Edward Bozeman

Driver

Jock Brandis

Rigging Gaffer

Jim Bridges

Photography

Christopher S Brooks

Music Editor

Leroy Brown

Driver

Jennifer Browning

Hair

C F Burton

Special Effects

Robert Michael Burton

Cable Operator

Joseph M Caracciolo

Executive Producer

Robert J Carlyle

Construction Coordinator

Beau Carter

Accounting Assistant

Lynn Champagne

Hair

Michael Charbonnet

Camera Assistant

Emile Charlap

Music Contractor

Jonathan Chinn

Production Assistant

Jim Clay

Production Designer

Bonnie Clevering

Hair

Christopher C Cooper

Assistant Camera Operator

Grady Cooper Iii

Production Assistant

John Copeman

Driver

Maria Darnell

Wardrobe Assistant

Stephen P Davis

On-Set Dresser

Marlene Dermer

Scenic Artist

Joe Digaetano

Special Effects

Anthony G Dorman

Hair

Dianne Dreyer

Script Supervisor

Nora Dunfee

Dialect Coach

Mae Easterling

Wardrobe Assistant

Allen Easton

Camera Operator

Rudolph Eavey

Makeup

Steven Epstein

Music Producer

Michael Farrow

Music

John Fideler

Location Assistant

John Fiedler

Producer

David Fletcher

Special Effects

Tim Geelan

Music

Kelley Gore Jefferson

Makeup

Derek Grabski

Caterer

John B Griffin

Location Manager

Frederick Hackler

Apprentice

Peggy Hannaman

Makeup

Carole Harrington

Assistant Editor

Eric Heffron

Assistant Director

Chuck Heger

Construction

Betsy Heimann

Costume Designer

John Hennessy

Dolly Grip

George Hesse

Camera

William Hickey

Carpenter

Margaret Hilliard

Unit Production Manager

Ciceland Hoff

Production Assistant

Billy Hopkins

Casting

Fisher Howe

Other

Gary Huckabay

Production Assistant

Sharon Ilson

Makeup

Kalina Ivanov

Storyboard Artist

Gregory Jacobs

Assistant Director

Anne James

Hair

Geoffrey Jamieson

Key Grip

Harold Jarboe

Electrician

Lori Johnson

Assistant Art Director

Terry Johnson

Driver

Timothy Johnson

On-Set Dresser

Ted Kantrow

Caterer

Taco Ketelaar

Production Assistant

Champion King

Accounting Assistant

Connie Kiser

Construction

Sam Kome

On-Set Dresser

Sonny Kompanek

Original Music

Margaret Lancaster

Other

Bonney Langfitt

Set Costumer

Suzanne Lapick

Property Master

Alecia Larue

Production Coordinator

Tia Lemke

Post-Production Supervisor

Tina Lemke

Assistant Director

D Lester

Sound

Robert Levy

Electrician

Jeffrey L Loy

On-Set Dresser

Steve Maguire

Assistant Editor

Marina Marit

Costumes

Wynton Marsalis

Music

Mary Martin

Wardrobe Assistant

W Scott Mason

Foreman

Laura Matook

Assistant

Paula Maus

Props

Tom May

Key Grip

Katy Mcdougald

Production Assistant

Chris Mcguire

Electrician

Marty Mewbron

Generator Operator

Enrico F Milazzo

On-Set Dresser

Thomas Moore

Driver

Joseph J Murphy

Production Accountant

Walter J Nichols

Gaffer

R O'donoghue

Sound

James Otis

Location Scout

Frank Pearson

Carpenter

Peter Pennell

Sound Editor

Deborah Peretz

Assistant Editor

Stephen Perry

Electrician

Johnnie Peterson

Other

Todd R Pfeiffer

Set Production Assistant

Keith Pickett

Electrician

William Pitts

Driver

Pam Plummer

Casting Associate

Bobby Ray Price

Driver

Julian Prince

Driver

Ray Quarterson

Carpenter

Patsy Rainey

Production Assistant

Michael Repeta

Accounting Assistant

David Riebel

Production Assistant

Dale Robinson

Electrician

Noland Roger

Grip

Sean Rogers

Hair

Quinney Sacks

Choreographer

Gloria Salas

Production Accountant

Stephanie Samuel

Casting

Robert San Martin

Assistant Camera Operator

Andrew Sanchez

Production Assistant

Paul G. Sanchez

Production Assistant

John W Sanders

On-Set Dresser

David Schlesinger

Props

James Schmuhl

Swing Gang

James Schoppe

Production Designer

Joe Schultz

Caterer

Jeanette Scott

Set Decorator

John Scott

Grip

Julie Scott

Assistant

Chris Seagers

Art Director

Larry C Shepard

Other

Eric W Skipper

Dresser

Stefna Smal

Sound Editor

Daryl Smith

Electrician

Jesse Smith

Driver

Mark D Smith

Grip

Michael L Smith

Grip

Suzanne Smith

Casting Associate

Wayne Smith

Assistant Editor

Dawn Soler

Music

Greg Stancil

Driver

Robert M Stevens

Director Of Photography

Stacy Stewart

Makeup

Sandra M Stott

Production Assistant

John Stuart

Production Assistant

Brian Stultz

Other

Matthew Sullivan

Props

Lorri Sumner

Driver

Mark Tarlov

Producer

Jeffrey D Tharp

Electrician

Edward Tise

Sound Mixer

Wahneta Trotter

On-Set Dresser

Mario Vargas Llosa

Source Material (From Novel)

Gladys Vega

Assistant Editor

Troy Wade

Grip

Andrea Weaver

Costume Supervisor

Dickie Wentz

Production Assistant

Diane De Louise Wessel

Music Supervisor

Doug White

On-Set Dresser

Troy White

Electrician

Frank Williams

Generator Operator

Duane Williamson

Craft Service

Pamela Williamson

Craft Service

Grayson Wills

Property Master

James Wilson

Dialect Coach

Harriet Fidlow Winn

Adr Editor

Nicholas Woodring

Electrician

Jay W Yowler

Gaffer

Dennis Zoppe

Grip

Film Details

Also Known As
La Tante Julia et le scribouillard, Tante Julia et le scribouillard, La, Tune in Tomorrow...
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1990
Production Company
Robert Michael Burton
Location
Paris, France; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall October 26, 1990

Released in United States November 2, 1990

Released in United States on Video April 10, 1991

Released in United States 1990

Released in United States September 15, 1990

Released in United States October 1990

Released in United States 1991

Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 31 - September 9, 1990.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 15, 1990.

Shown at Independent Feature Project (IFP), New York City October 2-12, 1990.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 4-11, 1990.

Shown at Birmingham International Film & Television Festival September 20 - October 5, 1991.

Robert Stevens replaced Andrew Dunn as director of photography.

Completed shooting October 20, 1989.

Began shooting August 14, 1989.

Released in United States Fall October 26, 1990

Released in United States November 2, 1990

Released in United States on Video April 10, 1991

Released in United States 1990 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 31 - September 9, 1990.)

Released in United States October 1990 (Shown at Independent Feature Project (IFP), New York City October 2-12, 1990.)

Released in United States October 1990 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 4-11, 1990.)

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at Birmingham International Film & Television Festival September 20 - October 5, 1991.)

Released in United States September 15, 1990 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 15, 1990.)