Vice Versa


1h 38m 1988

Brief Synopsis

Comedy about a Buddhist skull that has the power to switch the personalities between a father and son.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
David Obermeyer
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York City, New York, USA; Bangkok, Thailand; Oak Park, Illinois, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

Comedy about a Buddhist skull that has the power to switch the personalities between a father and son.

Crew

G. A. Aguilar

Stunts

Dick Alexander

Sound

Kate Amer

Other

Donna B Anderson

Casting Associate

Mickey Antonetti

Costume Supervisor

King Baggot

Director Of Photography

Jerry Ballew

Assistant Director

Art Bartels

Key Grip

Mark Behn

Song

Lorna J Bessemer

Production Associate

Bill Birch

Director Of Photography

Bobby Bloom

Song

Eva Anna Bohn

Art Director

Donald C Carlson

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert Carlson

Assistant Camera Operator

Robert J Carlyle

Foreman

Olga K Cassells

Wardrobe

Calvin Chin

Transportation Co-Captain

Brian F Clare

Gaffer

Dick Clement

Producer

Dick Clement

Screenplay

Sian Clement

Production Associate

James W Coe

Photography

Richie Cordell

Song

Cari Coughlin

Editing

Charlie Croughwell

Stunts

D Kelly Cummins

Property Master

Steve Danton

Assistant Director

Dino Dimuro

Sound Editor

Dennis Dion

Special Effects Coordinator

Corey Eubanks

Stunts

Eddie Fernandez

Stunts

Les Fresholtz

Sound

Dick Friedman

Adr Editor

Linda Gamboney

Stunts

David Garfield

Editor

Jan Garner

Production Auditor

Bo Gentry

Song

Mark S Gordon

Sound Editor

Bill Haviland

Production Associate

Michael Hendrickson

Assistant

Mark Herzog

Production Associate

Phil Hetos

Color Timer

Stacey Heydon

Song

Robert A Hogan

Transportation Co-Captain

George E Holmes

Lighting Technician

Kanin J. Howell

Stunts

Norman Howell

Stunts

Jay Hurley

Costume Designer

Billy Idol

Song Performer

Tommy James

Song

Dale R Janus

Boom Operator

Jennifer Jobst

Costumes

Mary K Jones

Production Associate

Harriet E Kehl

Script Supervisor

Max Kleven

Stunt Coordinator

Sue Knutsen

Casting

Ross L Kulma

Other

James R Kwiatkowski

Best Boy

Ian La Frenais

Screenplay

Ian La Frenais

Producer

Alan Ladd Jr.

Executive Producer

Daniel Lamantia

Craft Service

Thomas W Lay

Visual Effects

Rick Lefevour

Stunts

Jimmy Ling

Sound Editor

Stacy Logan

Stunts

Patricia D Lydon

Location Manager

William L Manger

Sound Editor

Eileen Mccahill

Location Assistant

Tom Mccarthy

Sound Editor

Amie Frances Mccarthy-winn

Props

Frank Miller

Camera Operator

Daniel K Moore

Stunts

Leon Moses

Assistant Editor

James Neal

Song

Dean O'brien

Associate Producer

Dean O'brien

Unit Production Manager

Karen O'hara

Set Decorator

Edward M O'malley

Assistant Editor

David Obermeyer

Cable Operator

Armand Paoletti

Transportation Coordinator

Penny Perry

Casting

Kimberly Phillips

Makeup

Vern Poore

Sound

Clarence Lynn Price

Construction Coordinator

Steven Ramirez

Sound Editor

Raymond S Rarick

Foreman

Edward J Rinkevicius

Swing Gang

John S Robertson

Dolly Grip

Jeanine Rohn

Production Associate

Paul Sabu

Song

Robert Sanchez

Assistant Camera Operator

Jim Schoppe

Production Designer

Louis Schwartzberg

Visual Effects Supervisor

John-clay Scott

Stunts

Robert H Sexton

Production

Pam Sharp

Assistant Editor

David Shire

Music

Angela F Silverstein

Assistant

Scott Smith

Sound

Rosemary Durkin Snyder

Other

Kathe Swanson

Hair

George Thorogood

Song

Joseph C Tomko

Best Boy

Jackie Verdeyene

Other

Diane Warren

Song

Susan Knox Wilson

Production Coordinator

Peter Wolf

Song

Mick Zane

Song

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
David Obermeyer
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York City, New York, USA; Bangkok, Thailand; Oak Park, Illinois, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring March 11, 1988

Released in United States on Video September 28, 1988

Completed shooting May 1987.

Began shooting March 2, 1987.

Film is a revamped version of the 1948 British film of the same title directed by Peter Ustinov.

Released in United States Spring March 11, 1988

Released in United States on Video September 28, 1988