Starsky and Hutch: The Movie

Starsky and Hutch: The Movie

2004

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“They [the media] generally write “he didn’t like Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson doing their parts; he’s just got sour grapes.” That’s not what it’s about; I think Ben and Owen are great! This was never an attack on the boys; it was an attack on the corporate mentality that puts branding ahead of relationships – and that I do still have a problem with. Back in the 70s [we] developed a relationship [with the viewers]; the family became involved – it was like what [Starsky And Hutch] did was part of the family. There are a lot of people in their thirties, forties, who come up to me and say, “I gotta tell you, you’re the reason I could stay up on a Saturday night.” [Paul Michael Glaser and I] wanted to tell the story of what happened with these guys 25 years down the road, to bring closure to not only our [characters'] relationship, but with the relationship we developed with people all over the planet. “What happened to those guys?” – and in a way that says, “we respect you as an audience”; it dignifies them for their time in watching us back then. And that’s what I had a problem with, not that it’s been written down the way I’ve explained it to you before.” —David Soul

Dimension Films; Ben Stiller (David Starsky); Owen Wilson (Ken Hutchinson); Vince Vaughn (Reese Feldman); Juliette Lewis (Kitty); Fred Williamson (Capt. Doby); Jason Bateman (Kevin); Chris Penn (Manetti); Carmen Electra (Stacey); Amy Smart (Holly) and Snoop Dogg (Huggy Bear); Brande Roderick (Heather); Molly Sims (Mrs. Feldman); Terry Crews (Porter); Richard Edson (Monix); George Kee Cheung (Chau); Matt Walsh (Eddie); G.T. Holme (Bartender); Jeffrey Lorenzo (Willis); Har Mar Superstar (Dancin’ Rick); Patton Oswalt (Disco DJ); Brigette Romanek (Banquet Singer); Paul Michael Glaser (Original Starsky); David Soul (Original Hutch); Dan Finnerty (Bar Mitsvah Singer); Jernard Burks (Leon); Omar Dorsey (Lameli); Pramod Kumar (Indian Shopkeeper); Rod Tate (Bee Bee); Raymond Ma (Marks); Richie Nathanson (Drug Dealer); David Pressman (Terrence Meyers); Scott L. Schwartz (Fat Ron); Judah Friedlander (Ice Cream Man); Akerin Suksawat Premwattana (Toby); Amber Head (Banquet Waitress); Archbishop Dom “Magic” Juan (Archbishop Dom “Magic” Juan); Darlena Tejeiro (Lorraine); Harry O’Reilly (Cop in Shower); Tangie Ambrose (Kiki); Sarah Swain (Elizabeth); Delores Gilbeaux (Sexy Bartender); Kimberly Brickland (Diner Waitress); Minnie Lagrimes (Mrs. Feldman’s Friend); Rachel Harris (Mrs. Feldman’s Other Friend); David Burton (Rooftop Bad Guy); Larry Chang (Laundry Owner); Ton Suckhasem (Bookie #1); Henry T. Yamada (Bookie #2); Charles Edward Townsend (Smokey); Nancy Anderson (Nightclub Dancers); Jason Yribar (Nightclub Dancers); Keith Diorio (Nightclub Dancers); Nikki Pantenburg (Nightclub Dancers); Shealan Spencer (Nightclub Dancers); Katie Miller (Nightclub Dancers); Timothy Anderson (Nightclub Dancers); Kimberley Wyatt (Nightclub Dancers); Kristyn Abbadini (Nightclub Dancers); Kevin Stea (Nightclub Dancers); Adrian Armas (Nightclub Dancers); Gabriel Paige (Nightclub Dancers); Tara Wilson (Nightclub Dancers); Brittany Perry-Russell (Nightclub Dancers); Tanee McCall (Nightclub Dancers); Nadine Ellis (Nightclub Dancers); Chad Azadan (Nightclub Dancers); Jason Beitel (Nightclub Dancers); Brandon Henschel (Nightclub Dancers); Mark Meismer (Nightclub Dancers); Matt Sergott (Nightclub Dancers); Lisa Joann Thompson (Nightclub Dancers); Christian Vincent (Nightclub Dancers); Natalie Willes (Nightclub Dancers); Stacey Harper (Cheerleaders); Gelsey Weiss (Cheerleaders); Tasha Tae (Cheerleaders); Becca Sweitzer (Cheerleaders); Jennifer Hamilton (Cheerleaders); Vanessa Tarazona (Cheerleaders); Janina N. Garraway (Cheerleaders); Hadee Sweeney (Cheerleaders); Melanie Lewis (Cheerleaders); Megan Stephens (Cheerleaders); Michon Suyama (Cheerleaders); Tomasina Parrott (Cheerleaders).

and Warner Bos. Pictures; An AR-TL/Weed Road/RedHour Production; Directed by Todd Phillips; Screenplay by John O’Brien and Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong; Story by Stevie Long and John O’Brien; Based on characters created by William Blinn; Produced by William Blinn; Stuart Cornfield; Akiva Goldsman; Tony Ludwig; Alan Riche; Executive Producer: Gilbert Adler; Director of Photography: Barry Peterson; Production Designer: Edward Verreaux; Edited by Leslie Jones; Music by Theodore Shapiro; Music Supervisors: Randall Poster; George Drakoulias; Costumes designed by Louise Mingenbach; Casting by Juel Bestrop, C.S.A. and Jeanne McCarthy, C.S.A.; A Todd Phillips Movie; Unit Production Manager: David A. Siegel; First Assistant Director: Jeffrey Wetzel; Second Assistant Director: Courtenay Miles; Associate Producers: Scott Budnick; David A. Siegel; Helecopter Pilot: David Paris; Stunts: Brian Avery; Joseph Bucaro, III; David Burton; Jennifer Caputo; Carl Ciarfalio; Rick Cresse; Alex Daniels; Jeff Dashnaw; Jennifer Elizabeth Davis; Rick Edwards; Corey Eubanks; Greg Fitzpatrick; Burke Franklin; Allan Graf; Joe Greblo; Thomas Robinson Harper; Craig Jenson; David LeBell; Gene LeBell; Rick Miller; Clifford McLaughlin; Gene McLaughlin; Ryan Macon; Michael Papajohn; David Powledge; Chad Randall; Jimmy N. Roberts, III; Jens Rubschlager; Anthony Schmidt; Tim Sitarz; Steve M. Soloman; Ator Tamras; Greg Tash; Fred Waugh; Dana Michael Woods Crew: Art Director: Greg Papalia; Set Decorator: Kate Sullivan; Lead Robert Lucas; On Set Dresser: Glenn Roberts; Assistant Art Director: Chad S. Frey; Set Designers: Kristen Pratt; Doug Meerdink; Roy Barnes; Graphic Designer: Karen Teneyck; Art Department Coordinator: J. Virdone; Art Department Staff Assistant: Kyra L. Kowasic; Script Supervisor: Tricia Ronten; Post Production Supervisor: Brian McNulty; Music Editor: Johnathan Karp; Additional Editing: Daniel A. Schalk; First Assistant Film Editor: Bryan Lamoureaux; Assistant Film Editors: Elana Joy Livneh; Theron Alford; Supervising Sound Editor/Designer: Michael Babcock; Co-Supervising Sound Editor: J. Paul Huntsman; ADR Supervising Editor: Joe Dorn; Foley Supervising Editor: Bruce Tanis; Dialogue Editor: Patrick Foley; 1st Assistant Sound Editor: Terry Garcia; Assistant Sound Editor: Jeff Cranford; Assistant Music Editor: Gordon Fordyce; Foley Artists: John Roesch; Alyson Moore; Foley Mixer: Mary Jo Lang; Re-Recording Mixers: Steve Pederson; Kevin Carpenter; Rick Kline; ADR Mixer: Thomas J. O’Connell; Production Mixer: Lee Orloff, C.A.S.; Boom Operator: Knox Grantham White; Cable Person: Mike Anderson; Aerial Director of Photography: David B. Nowell; “A” Camera Operator: Kirk R. Gardner; “B” Camera Operator: Maurice K. McGuire; First Assistant “A” Camera: Sam A. Dimaggio; First Assistant “B” Camera: Brad Peterman; Second Assistant “A” Camera: Robert Baek; Second Assistant “B” Camera: Jennifer K. Bell; Assistant Costume Designer: Cathy Crandall; Costume Supervisor: Charlene Amateau; Key Costumers: Kristen M. Dangl; Amy Jo Hoppenfeld-Kay; Key Set Costumer: Tricia Bercsi; Mr. Stiller’s Costumer: Robert Mata; Snoop Dogg’s Costumer: April Roomet; Costumers: Grace Kelly Lambert; Marylou Lim; Cynthia Morrill; Alison McCosh; Andrea Michelle Napier; Senna Shanti; Key Make-up Artist: F.X. Perez; 2nd Make-up Artist: Rick Sharp; Mr. Stiller’s Make-up Artist: Kate Morgan Biscoe; Mr. Wilson’s Make-up Artist: Fiona Connon; Make-up Artists: Maggie Fung; 1; Jo Jo Myers Proud; Key Hair Stylist: Carol A. O’Connell; 2nd Hair Stylist: Carolyn L. Elias; Mr. Stiller’s Hair Stylist: Anne Morgan; Mr. Wilson’s Hair Stylist: Katherine Gordon; Snoop Dogg’s Hair Stylist: Tasha Hayward; Chief Lighting Technician: Brent Foe; Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Ted J. Kredo; Chief Lighting Rigging Technician: James M. Cox; Key Grip: Kurt Grossi; Best Boy Grip: Chris McNellis; Key Rigging Grip: D. “G” Dhiensuwana; “A” Dolly Grip: Dwight Joseph LA Vers; “B” Dolly Grip: Billy Pierson; 2nd Second Assistant Directors: Paul B. Schneider; Timothy R. Price; Stunt Coordinator: Dennis R. Scott; Special Effects Coordinator: Mike Meinardus; Special Effects Forepersons: Greg Curtis; Anthony W. Simonaitis; Mike J. Sasgen; Patrick Huggins; Robert Henderson; Special Effects: Garnet Baril; Chris Brenczewski; John Wm Fischer; Jose Antonio Paramo; Production Coordinator: Nicholas Stern; Assistant Production Coordinators: Linda DaSilva; Billy Bonifield; Production Secretary: Mike E. Landau; Production Accountant: April A. Janow; Assistant Accountant: Helen Ruiz; Casting Associate: Blythe Cappello; Assistant to Mr. Phillips: Annette Savitch; Assistants to Mr. Stiller: Kanchan A. Mattoo; Abbey Chambers; Shaun O’Banion; Assistants to Mr. Wilson: Steve Eckelman; John Humber; Assistant to Mr. Adler: Ed Tapia; Assistant to Mr. Goldman: Jane Kelly Kosek; Assistant to Mr. Riche & Mr. Ludwig: Jeanne Thompson; Assistants to Mr. Cornfield: Kim Soleau; Adam Karasick; Office Staff Assistants: Holli “Bo Peep” Strickland; Derek Gillespie; John McKey; Richard Porter; DGA Trainee: Efrain Cortes; Set Staff Assistants: Heather Anderson; Carey Field; Tim Fitzgerald; Charlotte Hillman; Monica M. Kenyon; Scott Kirkley; Jadi McCurdy; Blake Perkinson; Michelle Schrauwers; Location Managers: Michael Neale; David L. Wolfson; Key Assistant Location Managers: Robert S. Frank; Christopher Akers; Property Master: Russell Bobbitt; Assistant Property Master: David E. Saltzman; Property Assistant: D. James Stubblefield; Construction Coordinator: Michael Diersing; Stand-by Painter: Timothy D. Ackers; Transportation Coordinator: Jonathan Rosenfeld; Transportation Captain: Jeff Verdick; Transportation Co-Captain: Cesar Anglobaldo; Picture Coordinator: Craig Lietzke; Greens Coordinator: Frank McEldowney; Marine Coordinator: Michael George; Choreographer: Marguerite Derricks; Assistannt Choreographer: Jennifer Hamilton; Catering: Limelight Catering; Key Craft Service: Ernest H. Lauterio; Head Animal Trainer: Sheri Apap; Dialect Coach: Phillip Moon; Studio Teacher/Welfare Worker: Jo Ann M. Smith; Medics: Ahmed Saker; Tony Penido; Suzie Van Dyke, RN; Projectionist: E.J. “Butch” Ertel; Unit Publicist: Paulette E. Osorio; Still Photographer: Elliott Marks; Video Assist: Robert Sterry; 24 Frame Playback: Mike Shaheen; Visual Effects by Pacific Vision Productions; Visual Effects Supervisor: David D. Johnson; Digital Artists: Bill Church; Anne Graham; Sean Kennedy; Peter Michels; Second Unit VFX Supervisor: John Coats; Color Timer: Lee Wimer; Negative Film Cutting: D. Bassett & Associates; Title Design: BLT; Opticals and Titles: Pacific Title Second Unit: Director: Gary Davis; Director of Photography: Paul Hughen; First Assistant Director: Michael Viglietta; Second Assistant Director: Thomas D. Coe; Camera Operators: Daniel Turrett; Michael J. Walker; Costumer: Cheryl Mitchell; Make-up Artists: Steve Artmont; Allan A. Apone; Hair Stylists: Carol Pershing; Shawn McKay; Key Staff Assistants: Deon Boyce; Set Staff Assistants: Sage Tiana Asteak; Nicole Treston Abranian; Script Supervisor: Jennifer Helmuth; Property Master: Lee Lee Baird; Asst. Prop Master: Randy Eriksen; Chief Lighting Technician: John “Fest” Sandau; Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Jenifer Galvez; Key Grips: Phillip M. Sloan; Ray Garcia; Craft Service: Chris Winn; Ismail Chintamen; Medic: Mandy Hoke; Video Assist: David Presley; Music Recorded and Mixed by Chris Fogel; Conductor: Pete Anthony; Orchestrations: Pete Anthony; Jon Kull; Soundtrack Album on TVT Soundtrax “Can’t Smile Without You” Written by Chris Arnold; David Martin and Geoff Morrow; Performed by Barry Manilow; Courtesy of: Arista Records, Inc.; Under license from: BMG Films & TV Music “I Want’a Do Something Freaky To You” Written by Leon Hayward; Performed by Leon Hayward; Courtesy of: The Island Def Jam Music Group; Under license from: Universal Music Enterprises “Dazz” Written by Reginald Hargis; Edward Irons and Raymond Lincoln Ransom; Performed by Brick; Courtesy of: Epic Records; By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing “Old Days” Written by James Pankow; Performed by Chicago; Courtesy of: Chicago Records, Inc.; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing “Dancing Machine” Written by Hal Davis; Donald E. Fletcher and Weldon Dean Parks; Performed by Jackson 5; Courtesy of: Motown Records; Under license from: Universal Music Enterprises “Keep On Bumpin’” Written by Leroy Hutson; Performed by Ground Hog; Courtesy of: Warner Bros. Records Inc. / Custom Classics; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing “The Weight” Written by Robbie Robertson; Performed by The Band; Courtesy of: Capitol Records; Under license from: EMI Film & Television Music “Folsom Prison Blues” Written by John R. Cash; Performed by Johnny Cash; Courtesy of: Sun Entertainment Corporation; By arrangement with Celebrity Licensing “I’m A Ramblin’ Man” Written by Ray Pennington; Performed by Waylon Jennings; Courtesy of: RCA Records Label Nashville; Under license from: BMG Films & TV Music “Afternoon Delight” Written by Bill Danoff; Performed by Starland Vocal Band; Courtesy of: Windsong Records “Chevy Man” Written by Sammy Johns; Performed by Sammy Johns; Courtesy of: Curb Records, Inc.; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing “Right Back Where We Started From” Written by Vincent Edwards and Pierre Tubbs; Performed by Maxine Nightingale; Courtesy of: EMI Records; Under license from: EMI Film & Television Music “A Fifth Of Beethoven” Written by Walter Murphy; Performed by Walter Murphy; Courtesy of: Thomas J. Valentino, Inc. “That’s The Way (I Like It)” Written by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch; Performed by K.C. & The Sunshine Band; Courtesy of: Rhino Entertainment Company / EMI Records Limited; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing “Use Me” Written by Bill Withers; Performed by Bill Withers; Courtesy of: Columbia Records; By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing “Send In The Clowns” Written by Stephen Sondheim; Performed by Judy Collins; Courtesy of: Elektra Entertainment Group; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing “We’ve Only Just Begun” Written by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols; Performed by The Carpenters; Courtesy of: A&M Records; Under license from: Universal Music Enterprises “Cocaine” Written by J.J. Cale; Performed by Eric Clapton; Courtesy of: Polydor Records Limited (U.K.); Under license from: Universal Music Enterprises “Easin’ In” Written by Freddie Perren; Performed by Edwin Starr; Courtesy of: Motown Records; Under license from: Universal Music Enterprises “Cut The Cake” Written by Roger Ball; Malcolm Duncan; Alan Gorrie; Robbie McIntosh; Owen McIntyre and Hamish Stuart; Performed by Average White Band; Courtesy of: Atlantic Recording Corp.; By arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing and Average White Band “Don’t Give Up On Us” Written by Tony Macaulay “Starsky & Hutch Theme” Tom Scott “Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungry Cannibals” Raymond Scott “My Friend Toto” Scott Bradley “My Eyes Adored You” Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan “Feel Like Makin’ Love” Eugene McDaniels “Jersey Bounce” Buddy Feyne; Edward Johnson; Bobby Plater and Tiny Bradshaw “Love Will Keep Us Together” Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield; Shot on location in: Bay City “The Jeffersons” Courtesy of: Sony Pictures Television “Starsky & Hutch” Television Elements provided by Sony Pictures Television; Camera Dollies by Chapman / Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.; Remote crane supplied by Technovision USA, Inc.; Camera and Lenses by Panavision; Color by Technicolor; Kodak Motiojn Picture Products; FujiFilm Motion Picture Products; American Humane Association monitored the animal action; No animal was harmed in the making of this film; In Memory of: Elliott Marks 1941 – 2003. ©2004 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Miramax Film Corp.