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Eyes of an Angel
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Robert Stitzel (written by)
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Release Date:
29 June 1991 (Japan) See more »
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John Travolta is a downtrodden single father raising his daughter under difficult circumstances in Chicago... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Directed by
Robert Harmon 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Robert Stitzel (written by)

Produced by
Donn Cambern .... co-producer
Carolyn Carr .... line producer: Canada
Chris Chesser .... producer
Elie Cohn .... line producer: third unit
Michael Douglas .... executive producer
Rafael Eisenman .... line producer
Michael Phillips .... executive producer
Michael Phillips .... producer
 
Original Music by
Randy Edelman 
 
Cinematography by
Theo van de Sande 
 
Film Editing by
Donn Cambern 
Zach Staenberg 
 
Casting by
Rosalie Joseph 
Ed Mitchell 
 
Production Design by
David Brisbin 
 
Art Direction by
Eve Cauley 
 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Fischer 
 
Costume Design by
Susie DeSanto 
 
Makeup Department
Art Anthony .... special makeup
Cynthia Barr .... makeup artist
Julie Fehl .... hair stylist: third unit
Terryis Lee Hamilton .... hair stylist: Canada
Maureen Kalagian .... makeup artist: second unit
Frances Mathias .... hair stylist
Rusty Stone .... makeup artist: Canada
Melissa Tucker .... third unit makeup artist
Doreen Vantyne .... hair stylist: second unit
 
Production Management
Brad Arensman .... post-production supervisor
Elie Cohn .... production manager: second unit
Elie Cohn .... production manager: third unit
Shirley Gill .... production manager: Canada
Fima Noveck .... post-production supervisor
Ted Swanson .... production manager (as Ted Adams Swanson)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Braidwood .... first assistant director: Canada
Tommy Burns .... first assistant director: third unit
Robert Engelman .... first assistant director
Robin R. Oliver .... second assistant director
Barbara M. Ravis .... second assistant director: third unit
Warren Wayne .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Arie Ben-Ishi .... construction coordinator: third unit
Rick Bioni .... assistant props
Richard S. Bylin .... construction coordinator: Canada
Daniel B. Clancy .... art department assistant
John D. Crededio .... swing grip: second unit
William Dambra .... assistant props
Joe Denton .... storyboard artist: third unit
David Elliott .... construction coordinator
Edward England .... construction coordinator
Adam Mead Faletti .... on-set dresser: third unit
Andrea Mae Fenton .... assistant art director: second unit
Stephen Fischer .... lead man
Barry Franenberg .... property master
Jacque Haydel .... swing gang
Marilyn Hiratzka .... property mistress: third unit
Mentor Huebner .... production illustrator
Jerie Kelter .... set decorator: third unit
Thomas D. Krausz .... scenic artist
Teri Lane .... assistant props
John McCabe .... set dresser: second unit
Dennis Orton .... art department assistant
Gabrielle Petrissans .... assistant set decorator: second unit
Joel Prihoda .... lead man
Glenn H. Roberts .... lead man: third unit
Frank Sarno .... swing grip: second unit
Pat Sarno .... swing grip: second unit
Adam Silverman .... set decorator: second unit
Adam Silverman .... swing gang
Tristano Solari .... construction coordinator: second unit
Kim Steer .... art director: Canada
Kenneth Turek .... swing gang
Juan Vela .... swing gang (as Juan M. Vela Jr.)
Lawrence R. Whittington .... swing gang
Ladislav Wilheim .... production designer: third unit
 
Sound Department
Vanessa Theme Ament .... foley walker
Ron Bartlett .... re-recording mixer
Ron Bartlett .... sound editor
Ken Beauchene .... boom operator
Gregory Choa .... cable person
Gregory Choa .... sound mixer: second unit
Clay Essig .... cable person
Steve Evans .... boom operator: third unit
Christopher Flick .... sound editor
Donald Flick .... sound editor
Judee Flick .... adr editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... supervising sound editor
Les Fresholtz .... re-recording mixer
Aaron Glascock .... assistant sound editor
Dana Gustafson .... assistant sound editor
Tom Hartig .... second boom operator
Bob Holbrook .... boom operator: Canada
Dale R. Janus .... boom operator
Michael Jiron .... re-recording mixer
Franklin Jones Jr. .... re-recording mixer
Elliott Koretz .... sound editor
George Lyske .... sound mixer: Canada
Jennifer Myers .... foley walker
Jeffrey Perkins .... re-recording mixer
Vern Poore .... re-recording mixer
Michael Semanick .... foley recordist
George Simpson .... sound editor
Charles Ewing Smith .... sound editor
David Spence .... sound editor (as Dave Spence)
Susumu Tokunow .... sound mixer
Marvin Walowitz .... sound editor
Ken Willingham .... sound mixer: third unit
Oscar Mitt .... sound (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Calvin Joe Acord .... special effects foreman: Los Angeles
Sam Barkan .... special effects foreman: Chicago
Tassilo Baur .... special effects: third unit
Eugene F. Crededio .... special effects assistant
Brian E. Loft .... special effects assistant
John Rigden .... special effects assistant
 
Stunts
Linda Arvidson .... stunts
Rick Avery .... stunt coordinator
Hank Baumert .... stunt coordinator: third unit
Hank Baumert .... stunt double: Tito Larriva
Hank Baumert .... stunts
Joe Camp .... stunt double: Tito Larriva
Noon Orsatti .... stunts
Brian J. Williams .... stunt double: Richard Edson
 
Camera and Electrical Department
William Allen Jr. .... rigging grip
William L. Allen Sr. .... rigging grip
Waide R. Allen .... best boy electric: third unit
Waide R. Allen .... electrician
Art Bartels .... company grip
Timothy Blair .... electrician
Stephenie Blakemore .... electrician: third unit
Kenneth Bonet .... electrician: second unit
James Campana .... best boy grip: third unit
James Campana .... grip: second unit
Donald Carlson .... first assistant camera
Robert C. Carlson .... second assistant camera
Steve Chase .... grip
John D. Crededio .... electrician: second unit
John Doherty .... best boy electric: second unit (as John J. Dougherty)
Peter J. Donoghue .... best boy electric
Kevin 'Rambo' Fitzgerald .... grip: third unit
John Formanack .... gaffer: second unit
Alexander Gruszynski .... director of photography: third unit
Andrew Hallbach .... electrician: third unit
Bruce Hamme .... dolly grip
Robert Harmon .... director of photography: second unit
Jan M. Heyneker .... key grip: second unit
Frieder Hocheim .... gaffer
Paul Hughen .... first assistant camera: second unit
Thomas Jetel .... still photographer: second unit
Dan Kerns .... electrician
Henry Kline .... first assistant camera: third unit
Jeff Kluttz .... best boy grip
Jerry Lane .... first assistant camera: second unit
John Le Roy .... key grip: fourth unit
Walt Lloyd .... director of photography: second unit (as Walter R. Lloyd)
Robert Long .... second assistant camera: second unit
Steve Lubbe .... company grip
Mark Ludberg .... electrician
Robena Malicoat .... company grip
Kelly Elder McGowen .... second assistant camera: second unit
Ivan H. Migel .... grip: third unit
George Mooradian .... camera operator
Chip Nusbaum .... first assistant camera: second unit
Dick Oakes .... best boy electric (as Richard D. Oakes)
Peter Paris .... electrician
Ron Phillips .... still photographer
Jesse Pogoler .... gaffer: fourth unit
Brian H. Reynolds .... key grip
John S. Robertson .... dolly grip
Stephen Rocha .... gaffer: second unit
Stephen Rocha .... gaffer: third unit
Frank Sarno .... electrician: second unit
Pat Sarno .... electrician: second unit
John Savka .... dolly grip: third unit
Martin Schaer .... camera operator: third unit
Don Simandl .... company grip
Charles M. Smallwood .... grip
Charles M. Smallwood .... grip: third unit
Michael Snyder .... dolly grip: third unit
Gary H. Swink .... best boy electric
Nick Thomas .... electrician
Dan Turek .... camera intern
Amy Vincent .... second assistant camera: third unit
Thaddeus Wadleigh .... best boy grip: second unit
Elan Yaari .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Kayda Gagnon .... unit casting: Canada
Catherine Jane Holzer .... extras casting director (as Catherine Holzer-Ballowe)
Theresa Lane .... extras casting: third unit
Nancy Mott .... extras casting
Barbara L. Roche .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathy Adams .... wardrobe assistant
Kathryn V. Davis .... key costumer: third unit
Karen L. Matthews .... wardrobe head: Canada
Cathy Newport-Logan .... wardrobe assistant
Eileen Sieff Stroup .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Elizabeth Alward .... apprentice film editor
Robert Fong .... assistant editor
Debra Kahn Tolchinsky .... assistant film editor
Uri Katoni .... assistant film editor
Olof Källström .... assistant film editor
Grazyna Matola .... apprentice film editor
Kate Phillips .... editorial intern
Brian Ralph .... negative cutter
Saul Saladow .... assistant film editor
 
Location Management
Ronald Abrams .... location manager
Christine Bonnem .... location manager: second unit (as Chris Bonnem)
Jim Carberry .... location manager: Los Angeles
Bob Hudgins .... location manager: Chicago
Rob McLaren .... location manager: Canada
Yael Russcol .... location manager: third unit
 
Music Department
Elton Ahi .... score mixer
Jonathan Bogner .... music consultant
Gustavo Borner .... scoring crew
Julian Bratolyubov .... music copying
Sandy DeCrescent .... music contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Shawn Murphy .... orchestra scoring mixer
Boon Heng Tan .... scoring crew
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Denny Caira .... transportation coordinator
James 'Obee' Oberman .... transportation coordinator: second unit
 
Other crew
Elton Ahi .... assistant: Mr. Edelman
Tamara Allen .... assistant production coordinator: third unit
Charles Bazaldua .... voice-over
Terrence Beasor .... voice-over
Matthew Benjamin .... craft service
Kurt C. Binyon .... production assistant: second unit
Brian W. Boyd .... production assistant
Cortland Boyd .... production intern
Skot Bright .... production assistant (as Richard Skot Bright)
Christine Byrne .... craft service: Canada
Joe Camp .... animal trainer
Joseph Chapman .... voice-over
Stanley Bennett Clay .... voice-over
Joan Crosby .... voice-over
Jim Dunlap .... assistant production coordinator: second unit
James Duque .... production assistant: third unit
Greg Finley .... voice-over
Harlan Freedman .... production assistant
Gregory French .... production intern
Will Gazlin .... production assistant: second unit
Mike Greenwood .... production assistant
Lisa Hackett .... production coordinator
Dan Harris .... production assistant
Doris Hess .... voice-over
Martin L. Hudson .... production intern (as Martin Hudson)
David S. Katzman .... production coordinator: second unit
Dave Keslar .... production assistant: second unit
Carol King .... voice-over
Carol Kravetz .... production coordinator: third unit
Jane Kuizinas .... production coordinator: Canada
Ross L. Kulma .... on set medic
Donna Lynn Leavy .... voice-over
Suzan Lowitz .... script supervisor
Paul Mason .... supervising executive
David McCharen .... voice-over
Lynn Novatt .... assistant production coordinator
David Randolph .... voice-over (as David J. Randolph)
Lorraine Salamone .... assistant production coordinator
Helen Szabo .... supervising executive (as Helen Sarlui-Tucker)
Jane Talman .... production assistant
Sandra Vaughan .... production staff
Mary Waters .... production assistant: third unit
Kimberly M. Weich .... production assistant: third unit
Anita Weiss .... production assistant
Kim Weiss .... production assistant: second unit
Steve Winters .... craft service: second unit
Lynnanne Zager .... voice-over
Esther Zenko .... craft service: third unit
 

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Also Known As:
"The Tender" - UK (imdb display title), USA (TV title)
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Runtime:
95 min
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Color:
Color (Astrocolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
This movie was re-released directly to home video as The Tender in 1994. This was done immediately following the success of Pulp Fiction in attempts to capitalize of John Travolta's recaptured star power.See more »
Soundtrack:
Ebben? Ne andro lontanoSee more »

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0 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Too much Travolta, 29 March 2008
Author: xredgarnetx from Connecticut

What should have been a girl and her dog movie becomes just another John Travolta vehicle in EYES OF AN ANGEL. Travolta plays a down-on-his-luck widowed dad of a little girl, played by Ellie Raab, who is essentially a slightly younger version of the Tatum O'Neal role in . Travolta does some work for a bunch of low-level Chicago mobsters, the head of which is Travolta's late wife's brother (Tito Larriva). The brother constantly schemes to take away his niece from Travolta. Travolta ends up stealing a car and lots of money from Larriva, and heads with Raab to his successful brother's (Geoffrey DeMunn) home in L.A. The mobsters quickly figure out where Travolta has gone, and the chase is on. Mixed in with this nonsense is a very large dog that Larriva has thrown off a bridge after a vicious dog fight, and the dog somehow finds its way back to life and into the arms of Raab. They bond and become inseparable, while Travolta keeps trying to separate the two. He dumps the dog as they depart Chi-Town but the dog miraculously follows them all the way to L.A. Unfortunately, way too much time is spent on Travolta and his unlucky life, and not enough on the dog and the girl. They are strictly cyphers in this Travolta ego-driven vehicle. The film is a downer until the wildly improbable final five minutes. But don't see it. You'll want to tear your eyeballs out if you do.

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