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|Genre/Form:||War films and programs
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Francis Ford Coppola; John Milius; Michael Herr; Vittorio Storaro; Dean Tavoularis; Richard Marks; Walter Murch; Carmine Coppola; Angelo Graham; George R Nelson; Richard P Cirincione; Charles E James; Joseph Lombardi; A D Flowers; Marlon Brando; Robert Duvall; Martin Sheen; Frederic Forrest; Albert Hall; Sam Bottoms; Laurence Fishburne; Dennis Hopper; G D Spradlin; Harrison Ford; Scott Glenn; Glenn Walken; Joseph Conrad; Omni Zoetrope Studios.; United Artists Corporation.
|Notes:||War film; feature.
Based on Joseph Conrad's Heart of darkness, according to Maltin, 1992.
Production credits were only partially transcribed.
Playing time on release was 150 min., according to Maltin, 1992.
"Filmed in Technovision. Technicolor dye transfer prints. Dolby Digital in selected theatres. Recorded on Multi-Track Magnetics, Inc. High Speed Film Recording System."
"No. 38045, Motion Picture Association of America."
Copyright notice on film: Copyright 1979 by Omni Zoetrope; c2000 by Zoetrope Corporation.
"The Motion Picture Code and Rating Administration has rated this motion picture R, Restricted; under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian."
|Credits:||Photography by Vittorio Storaro. Production designer, Dean Tavoularis. Supervising editor, Richard Marks; editors, Walter Murch, Gerald B. Greenberg and Lisa Fruchtman. Associate producer, Mona Skager; creative consultant, Dennis Jakob. Music by Carmine Coppola and Francis Ford Coppola. Sound montage and design, Walter Murch. Music produced by David Rubinson. Master synthesist, Patrick Gleeson; guitarist, Randy Hansen; percussion based score, Mickey Hart; performed with the Rhythm Devils, Jordan Amarantha, Greg Errico, Zakir Hussain, Billy Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Jim Loveless; special thanks to Flora Purim. Art director, Angelo Graham; set decorator, George R. Nelson. Supervising sound editor, Richard Cirincione; sound editors, Leslie Hodgson, Les Wiggins, Pat Jackson, Jay Miracle; music editor, Stan Witt; dialogue editors, Leslie Shatz, John Nutt, James A. Borgardt, Joanne d'Antonio. Costume supervisor, Charles E. James; costumers, Dennis M. Fill, Luster Bayless, George Little, Norman Burza; makeup, Jack Young, Fred C. Blau, Jr.; playmate show choreographer, John Calvert. Special effects coordinators, Joseph Lombardi, A.D. Flowers; special effects men, Larry Cavanaugh, Jerry Endler, Rudy Liszczak, John Fraser, Richard Helmer, Ted Martin, Eddie Ayay, David St. Ana, Mario Carmona; Special Effects Unlimited. Casting, Terry Liebling, Vic Ramos; Montagnard tribesmen casting, Eva Gardos; Philippine casting, Lou Whitehill, Randy Carter; stunt coordinator, Terry J. Leonard; stuntmen, Joe Finnegan, Kerry Rossal, Chuck Waters, Steve Boyum. Supervising color technicians, Ernesto Novelli, Larry Rovetti. Other music: The end, by the Doors, performed by the Doors; I can't get no satisfaction, courtesy of ABKCO Records, Inc.; Love me, and let me love you, by Robert Duvall; The ride of the Valkyries, from Die Walkure, by Richard Wagner; conducted by Sir George Solti, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Let the good times roll, by Leonard Lee; Suzie Q, by Dale Hawkins, S.J. Lewis, E. Broadwater, performed by Flash Cadillac; excerpts from Mnong Gar music from Vietnam, courtesy of OCORA Radio France: Collection museÌe de l'homme; Zoetrope Music Company; Surfin' safari, Brian Wilson and Mike Love.|
|Cast:||Starring Marlon Brando (Colonel Kurtz). Robert Duvall (Lt. Colonel Kilgore). Martin Sheen (Captain Willard). Also starring Frederic Forrest (Chef). Albert Hall (Chief). Sam Bottoms (Lance). Larry Fishburne (Clean). And Dennis Hopper (photo journalist). Co-starring G.D. Spradlin (General), Harrison Ford (Colonel). Colleen Camp (playmate), Cynthia Wood (playmate of the year). Christian Marquand (Hubert DeMarais), Aurore Clement (Roxanne Sarrault). Jerry Ziesmer (civilian); Scott Glenn (Colby). Bo Byers (sergeant MP no. 1); James Keane (Kilgore's gunner); Kerry Rossall (Mike from San Diego); Ron McQueen (injured soldier); Tom Mason (supply sergeant); Cynthia Wood (Playmate of the Year); Colleen Camp (Playmate); Linda Carpenter (Playmate); Jack Thibeau (soldier in trench); Glenn Walken (Lt. Carlsen); George Cantero (soldier with suitcase). Damien Leake (machine gunner); Herb Rice (Roach); William Upton (spotter); Larry Carney (sergeant MP no. 2); Marc Coppola (AFRS announcer); Daniel Kiewit (Major from New Jersey); Father Elias (Catholic priest); Bill Graham (agent); Hattie James (Clean's mother (voice)); Jerry Ross (Johnny from Malibu); Dick White (helicopter pilot). The French plantation: Michel Pitton (Philippe DeMarais); Franck Villard (Gaston DeMarais). David Olivier (Christian DeMarais); Chrystel le Pelletier (Claudine); Robert Julian (the tutor); Yvon LeSeaux (Sergeant LeFevre); Roman Coppola (Francis DeMarais); Gian-Carlo Coppola (Gilles DeMarais); Henri Sadardiel (French soldier #1); Gilbert Renkens (French soldier #2).|
|Production notes:||Filmed on location in the Philippines. Montagnard tribesmen portrayed by the Ifugao People of Banaue, Philippine Islands.|
|Other Titles:||Apocalypse now.
Birth of 5.1 sound.
Ghost helicopter flyover.
Million feet of film.
Music of Apocalypse now.
Heard any good movies lately?
Apocalypse then and now.
Color palette of Apocalypse now.
|Responsibility:||Omni Zoetrope Studios ; directed and produced by Francis Coppola ; written by John Milius and Francis Coppola ; narration by Michael Herr ; co-produced by Fred Roos, Gray Frederickson and Tom Sternberg.|
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Drama.
- Montagnards (Vietnamese people) -- Drama.
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Participation, Cajun -- Drama.
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Participation, African American -- Drama.
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Campaigns -- Cambodia -- Drama.
- French -- Vietnam -- Drama.
- Surfing -- Vietnam -- Drama.
- Apocalypse now.