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Hudson Hawk -- An ex-cat burglar (Bruce Willis) sets out to steal a series of priceless artifacts in this globe-spanning caper.
Hudson Hawk -- A cat burglar is forced to steal Da Vinci works of art for a world domination plot.


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Writers (WGA):
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Release Date:
24 May 1991 (USA) See more »
For this cat burglar, nine lives may just not be enough. See more »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Bruce Willis ... Hudson Hawk

Danny Aiello ... Tommy Five-Tone

Andie MacDowell ... Anna Baragli

James Coburn ... George Kaplan

Richard E. Grant ... Darwin Mayflower

Sandra Bernhard ... Minerva Mayflower
Donald Burton ... Alfred

Don Harvey ... Snickers

David Caruso ... Kit Kat

Andrew Bryniarski ... Butterfinger

Lorraine Toussaint ... Almond Joy
Burtt Harris ... Gates

Frank Stallone ... Cesar Mario
Carmine Zozzora ... Antony Mario (as Carmine Zozorra)
Stefano Molinari ... Leonardo da Vinci (as Stephano Molinari)

Enrico Lo Verso ... Apprentice
Remo Remotti ... Guy on Donkey

Giselda Volodi ... Mona Lisa
P. Randall Bowers ... Prison Clerk
Arthur M. Wolpinsky ... Prison Security Guard

Frank Page ... Mario's Driver
Robert Vazquez ... Big Stan (as Bob Vazquez)
Michael Klastorin ... Dean

Scott H. Eddo ... Jerry
John Savident ... Auctioneer
Lisa Matthews ... Girl in Car (as Lisa Reich)
John Lucantonio ... Vatican Guard
Antonino Iuorio ... Vatican Guard (as Antonio Iurio)

Courtenay Semel ... Bratty Kid
Massimo Ciprari ... The Pope
Douglas Brian Martin ... Igg (as Doug Martin)
Steven M. Martin ... Ook (as Steve Martin)

Leonardo Cimino ... Cardinal
Giangiacomo Colli ... Waiter

Frank Welker ... Bunny the Dog (voice)

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Michael Lehmann 
Writing credits
Bruce Willis (story) &
Robert Kraft (story)

Steven E. de Souza (screenplay) (as Steven E. deSouza) and
Daniel Waters (screenplay)

Produced by
Michael Dryhurst .... co-producer
Robert Kraft .... executive producer
Joel Silver .... producer
Suzanne Todd .... associate producer
David Willis .... associate producer
Original Music by
Michael Kamen 
Robert Kraft 
Cinematography by
Dante Spinotti 
Film Editing by
Chris Lebenzon 
Michael Tronick 
Casting by
Jackie Burch 
Production Design by
Jackson De Govia  (as Jack DeGovia)
Art Direction by
John R. Jensen 
Costume Design by
Marilyn Vance  (as Marilyn Vance-Straker)
Makeup Department
Thomas R. Burman .... special makeup effects
Bari Dreiband-Burman .... special makeup effects
Anna Dryhurst .... makeup artist
Scott H. Eddo .... makeup supervisor
Scott H. Eddo .... special makeup effects
Paolo Franceschi .... hair stylist (as Paolo Franchesci)
Josée Normand .... hair stylist: Bruce Willis (as Josee' Norman)
Richard Snell .... makeup artist
R. Christopher Biggs .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Carlo Barbieri .... unit manager: second unit, Rome/Budapest (as Carlos Barbieri)
Donna E. Bloom .... assistant unit production manager: New York (as Donna Bloom)
Lynn Guthrie .... unit production manager: Los Angeles (as Lynn H. Guthrie)
Hugh Harlow .... production manager: Budapest
Eddee Kolos .... assistant production manager: Budapest
Paolo Lucidi .... production manager: Rome
Jack Phelan .... production manager: Budapest
David A. Starke .... unit production manager: New York (as David August Starke)
Maria Ungor .... production manager: Budapest
Giuseppe Cioccarelli .... unit manager (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Julie A. Bloom .... second second assistant director: New York
Enrico Coletti .... assistant director: Rome
Barbara Farkas .... second assistant director: Los Angeles (as Barbara N. Farkas)
Robert V. Girolami .... first assistant director (as Bob Girolami)
William Jennings .... DGA trainee: New York
Michael Alan Kahn .... first assistant director
Timothy J. Lonsdale .... second assistant director: New York (as Timothy Lonsdale)
Edoardo Margheriti .... assistant director: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Gabor Nagy .... assistant director: Budapest
Francesco Papa .... third assistant director: Rome
Charlie Picerni .... second unit director (as Charles Picerni)
Art Department
Alessandro Alberti .... set designer: Rome
Bruno Amalfitano .... assistant art director: Rome (as Bruno Maria Amalfitano)
Pasquale Avvisato .... leadman: Rome
Maria-Teresa Barbasso .... set designer: Rome (as Maria Teresa Barbasso)
Leonardo Coen Cagli .... assistant art director: Rome
Giacomo Calò Carducci .... set designer: Rome (as Giacomo Calo Carducci)
Francesco Chianese .... art director: Rome
Joe Dipple .... props: Rome
Kathleen Dolan .... set decorator: New York (as Kathleen Dolan-Giorgini)
Lee Fischer .... art director: Budapest (as Lee Fisher)
Ron Higgins .... props: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Steven Curtis Husch .... leadman: Los Angeles
Michael Anthony Jackson .... storyboard artist
Beth Jasper .... art department coordinator
John L. Jensen .... storyboard artist
Nikita Knatz .... storyboard artist
Woods Mackintosh .... art director: New York (as William Woods Mackintosh)
Hal Martin .... set dressing coordinator: Los Angeles
Daniel Loren May .... set decorator: Los Angeles (as Dan May)
Sam Moore .... property master: Los Angeles
John Oates Jr. .... set dresser: New York
Nazzareno Piana .... set designer: Rome
Massimo Razzi .... set designer: Rome
John E. Spina .... set dresser: Los Angeles
Reg Wheeler .... props: Rome
Barry Wilkinson .... property master
Simon Wilkinson .... props
Thomas Wright .... property master: New York (as Tom Wright)
Michael Zansky .... chargeman scenic artist: New York
Anthony Zappia .... construction coordinator: New York
Brick Mason .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Antonio Murer .... prop buyer (uncredited)
James Passanante .... paint supervisor: Budapest (uncredited)
John J. Passanante .... second unit standby paint (uncredited)
Fernando Valento .... construction manager (uncredited)
Sound Department
Rusty Amodeo .... boom operator: Los Angeles (as Orie R. Amodeo)
Glenn E. Anderson .... sound mixer: Los Angeles (as Glenn Anderson)
Michael J. Benavente .... sound effects editor
George Berndt .... adr supervisor
Rene Borisewitz .... sound mixer (as Rene' Borisowitz)
A. Coletta .... sound recordist: second unit, Rome/Budapest (as A.H. Coletta)
Clive Copland .... boom operator (as Clive Copeland)
Susan Dudeck .... adr editor
John Duvall .... foley editor (as John Duval)
Christopher Flick .... foley editor
Mark Harris .... machine operator
Scott Hecker .... sound effects editor
Peter Ilardi .... sound mixer: New York
Rick Kline .... sound re-recording mixer
Dave Kulczycki .... sound effects editor
Gregg Landaker .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Michael Minkler .... additional sound re-recording mixer
John Morris .... sound effects editor
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Kevin O'Connell .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg Orloff .... foley mixer
Lauren Palmer .... adr editor
Mark Pappas .... foley editor
Rodger Pardee .... sound effects editor
Matt Patterson .... sound recordist
Jim Quinn .... machine operator (as James Quinn)
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer
Daniel Rosenblum .... boom operator: New York
Jerry Ross .... supervising sound editor
Reilly Steele .... adr mixer (as Riley Steele)
Alicia Stevenson .... foley artist
Peter Michael Sullivan .... sound effects editor (as Peter Sullivan)
Bill Voigtlander .... adr editor
Hugo Weng .... dialogue editor
Karen G. Wilson .... dialogue editor (as Karen Wilson)
Gary Dowling .... boom operator: ILM unit (uncredited)
Philip Perkins .... sound mixer: ILM unit (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Connie Brink .... special effects: New York
Gábor Budaházi .... special effects: Budapest (as Gabor Budahazi)
Trevor Butterfield .... gold machine crew: Budapest (as Trevor Antony Butterfield)
Chris Corbould .... special effects technician
Steve Cullane .... special effects
Neil Davies .... gold machine crew: Budapest (as Neil Davis)
Gino De Rossi .... special effects: Rome
Rodney Fuller .... gold machine crew: Budapest (as Rodney Malcolm Fuller)
Frank Guiney .... gold machine crew: Budapest (as Francis John Guiney)
John Hatt .... gold machine crew: Budapest (as John Stewart Hatt)
Paul Knowles .... special effects
Gyula Krasnyánszky .... pyrotechnician: Budapest (as Gyula Krasnyansky)
Derek Meddings .... special effects supervisor
Shaun Rutter .... special effects (as Shawn Rutter)
Phil Stokes .... gold machine supervisor: Budapest (as Philip Norman Stokes)
Brian Warner .... special effects
Andy Williams .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Angus Bickerton .... camera operator: The Magic Camera Company
Kim Bromley .... visual effects coordinator: ILM
Rob Doherty .... electrician: ILM
Pat Fitzsimmons .... gaffer: ILM
John Gazdik .... camera assistant: ILM
Bruno George .... digital supervisor: ILM
José Granell .... art director: The Magic Camera Company (as Jose' Granell)
Chris R. Green .... animator: ILM (as Chris Green)
Rae Griffith .... production coordinator: ILM
James Hagedorn .... digital operator: ILM (as Jim Hagedorn)
Andrew Hansard .... process engineer: Los Angeles
Bill Hansard .... process projection supervisor: Los Angeles
Don Hansard .... process projection coordinator: Los Angeles (as Donald R. Hansard Jr.)
David Heron .... key rigger: ILM (as Dave Heron)
Rebecca Heskes .... rotoscope supervisor: ILM (as Rebecca A. P. Heskes)
Edward Hirsh .... stage manager: ILM (as Ed Hirsh)
Sandy Houston .... rotoscope artist: ILM
Stephanie S. Jaffee .... production assistant: ILM (as Stephanie Jaffee)
Keith Johnson .... optical camera operator: ILM
John Knoll .... visual effects supervisor: ILM
Pete Kozachik .... camera operator: ILM
Brad Kuehn .... optical photography supervisor: ILM
Jennifer Hall Lee .... optical line-up: ILM (as Jennifer Lee)
Robin Lee .... assistant editor: ILM
Kimberly Nelson LoCascio .... visual effects producer: ILM (as Kimberly K. Nelson)
Roger Lofting .... producer: The Magic Camera Company
Patrick McArdle .... camera assistant: ILM
Michael McGovern .... visual effects editor: ILM
Derek Meddings .... supervisor: visual effects and miniatures, The Magic Camera Company
Mark S. Miller .... post-production producer: ILM
Terry Molatore .... rotoscope artist: ILM
John Morgan .... camera operator: The Magic Camera Company
Karl Morgan .... clapper loader: The Magic Camera Company
Patrick T. Myers .... effects camera supervisor: ILM
Michael Owens .... visual effects plate supervisor: ILM
Joshua Pines .... scanning operator: ILM (as Josh Pines)
John Rogers .... chief electrician: The Magic Camera Company
Thomas Rosseter .... optical line-up: ILM (as Tom Rosseter)
Robbie Scott .... senior model maker: The Magic Camera Company (as Robert Scott)
Kenneth Smith .... optical camera operator: ILM
Thomas J. Smith .... digital operator: ILM (as Tom Smith)
Chris G. Spanoudis .... process engineer: Los Angeles
Charles Staffell .... process projection: Rome (as Charles Staffel)
Peter Talbot .... focus puller: The Magic Camera Company
Jonathan Taylor .... camera operator: The Magic Camera Company
Paul Wilson .... director of photography: The Magic Camera Company
Antony Hunt .... executive producer: The Magic Camera Company (uncredited)
Greg Maloney .... digital effects artist: ILM (uncredited)
Andy Stevens .... camera assistant: The Magic Camera Company (uncredited)
Danny Aiello III .... stunts
Pete Antico .... stunts (as Peter Antico)
Kenny Bates .... stunts (as Ken Bates)
John Cade .... stunts
John Cenatiempo .... stunts (as John S. Cenatiempo)
Frank Ferrara .... stunts
Tony Guida .... stunts
Keii Johnston .... stunts
Tom Morga .... stunts
Claudio Pacifico .... stunt performer
Chuck Picerni Jr. .... stunts (as Charles Picerni Jr.)
Charlie Picerni .... stunt coordinator (as Charles Picerni)
Sandra Picerni .... assistant to stunt coordinator
Steve Picerni .... stunts
Franco Maria Salamon .... stunt liaison: second unit, Rome/Budapest (as Franco Salamon)
Laura Santoni .... stunts
Tierre Turner .... stunts
Webster Whinery .... stunts
Chuck Zito .... stunts
Ray Abbott .... precision driver (uncredited)
Nick Brett .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Gene Harrison .... stunts (uncredited)
John Hayden .... stunts (uncredited)
Keii Johnston .... stunt double: Mr. Willis (uncredited)
Steve Kelso .... stunts (uncredited)
Ferenc Novinecz .... stunts (uncredited)
Shawn O'Neil .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Gábor Piroch .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Alfio Amborgi .... electrical best boy: Rome
Florian Ballhaus .... camera assistant: New York
Lou Barlia .... camera operator (as Louis Barlia)
Gerald H. Boatright .... chief lighting technician: Los Angeles (as Gerald H. Boatwright)
Maurizio Broglio .... chief lighting technician: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Aldo Colanzi .... key grip: Rome
Stefano Falivene .... camera assistant
James Fitzpatrick .... chief lighting technician: New York (as Jim Fitzpatrick)
Kevin Fitzpatrick .... best boy: New York
Cristina Gauttieri .... camera assistant
Ron Goodman .... crew: SpaceCam, Rome
Kerry Hayes .... still photographer: New York
Peter Hodgson .... video playback
Greg Langham .... electrical best boy: Los Angeles
John London .... key grip: Los Angeles
Giuseppe Maccari .... director of photography: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Dennis P. McClean .... dolly grip: Los Angeles
Claudio Nannuzzi .... camera operator: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Alberico Novelli .... chief lighting technician: Rome
Billy Patsos .... dolly grip: New York (as Bill Patsos)
George Patsos .... key grip: New York
Marco Sacerdoti .... camera assistant
Pietro Santarelli .... key grip: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Steve Sass .... crew: SpaceCam, Rome (as Steven Sass)
Sergio Serantoni .... dolly grip: Rome
Attila Szalay .... crew: SpaceCam, Rome
Donald E. Thorin Jr. .... first assistant camera: Los Angeles
Stephen Vaughan .... still photographer
Elizabeth Ziegler .... Steadicam operator: Los Angeles
Fabrizio Ancillai .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Bob Becchio .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (uncredited)
Fabio De Meis .... electrician (uncredited)
Silvia Giulietti .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Chris Hammond .... electrician (uncredited)
Douglas C. Hart .... first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Carlos Melville .... electrician (uncredited)
Massimo Rinella .... grip (uncredited)
Marco Santarelli .... grip (uncredited)
Paolo Tiberti .... grip (uncredited)
Chris Warren .... video operator: second unit (uncredited)
Matthew Wood .... stand-in: on-camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Felicia Fasano .... casting associate
Joy Todd .... extras casting: New York
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jacqueline G. Arthur .... assistant costume designer (as Jacki Arthur)
Fabrizio Caracciolo .... costumer
Adriana Mattiozzi .... wardrobe: Rome
Giacoma Mellini .... wardrobe: Rome
Barcie Waite .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Jonathan Cates .... assistant editor (as Jonathan Michael Cates)
Mark Herman .... assistant editor
Laura Krumholz .... second assistant editor
Alessandro Lucidi .... assistant film editor: Rome
Tom Seid .... first assistant editor (as Thomas Seid)
Scot Deer .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Simon Harris .... assistant editor: London (uncredited)
Tara Timpone .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Music Department
Stuart Balcomb .... orchestrator (as Stu Balcomb)
Chris Boardman .... orchestrator
Christopher Brooks .... electronic music programmer (as Christopher S. Brooks)
Christopher Brooks .... supervising music editor (as Christopher S. Brooks)
Harvey Cohen .... orchestrator
Don Davis .... orchestrator
Brad Dechter .... orchestrator
Robert Fernandez .... scoring mixer
J.J. George .... assistant music editor (as James J. George)
Jack Hayes .... orchestrator
Michael Kamen .... orchestra conductor
Robert Kraft .... music supervisor
Stephen McLaughlin .... electronic music programmer (as Steve McLaughlin)
Stephen McLaughlin .... music mixer (as Steve McLaughlin)
Albert Lloyd Olson .... orchestrator (as Albert Olsen)
Lolita Ritmanis .... orchestrator (as Lolita Ritmanix)
Jonathan Sacks .... orchestrator
Dan Stein .... electronic music programmer
Mark Waters .... orchestrator
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
Norman Ludwin .... bass (uncredited)
Norman Ludwin .... musician (uncredited)
Jeff Porcaro .... musician: drums (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Edward Iacobelli .... transportation coordinator: New York
Byron Pierotti .... transportation captain: Rome
Károly Rozsnyay .... transportation captain: Budapest (as Karoly Rozsnyay)
Myron P. Shepherd .... transportation coordinator: Los Angeles
Richard Curry .... driver: Mr. Willis (uncredited)
Patrick Hogan .... driver (uncredited)
Dezso Pócsik .... driver: Budapest (uncredited)
Other crew
Gabriel Angi-Dobos .... production office coordinator: Budapest (as Gabor Dobos)
Erin Bruno .... assistant production office coordinator: Los Angeles
Sabrina Canale .... assistant production office coordinator: Rome
Giorgio Catalano .... payroll accountant: Rome
Gustavo Coscarella .... assistant accountant: Rome
Karen Gordon .... production accountant
Richard Greenberg .... title designer
Joanna L. Heimgartner .... assistant: Mr. Willis
Deborah D. Johnson .... production accountant: New York (as Deborah Johnson)
Michael Klastorin .... publicity coordinator
Stephanie Koules .... assistant: Mr. Dryhurst
Russ Krasnoff .... product placement
Gyorgy Kuntner .... location manager: Budapest
Giovanni Lovatelli .... location manager: Rome
Antonella Margheriti .... script supervisor: second unit, Rome/Budapest
Anne Nevin .... production coordinator
Stephen North .... helicopter crew: Flying Pictures, Rome
Sheila Paige .... script supervisor
David Paris .... helicopter crew: Flying Pictures, Rome
Massimo Perla .... dog trainer: Rome
Craig A. Pinckes .... production assistant (as Craig Pinckes)
Melissa Pray .... production office coordinator: Los Angeles
Emily Sahlman .... assistant: Mr. Lehmann
Bruce Schluter .... title designer
Carl Schmidt .... armorer (as Karl Schmidt)
Franca Tasso .... production office coordinator: Rome
Daniele Tiberi .... production accountant: Rome
Allen Tinkley .... location manager: Los Angeles
Debbie Wacker .... assistant: Mr. Silver
Jack Crain .... knife design/manufacturer (uncredited)
Robin Demetriou .... catering supervisor (uncredited)
Christopher Gambale .... production assistant (uncredited)
Derek N. Prusak .... production assistant (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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Rated R for language
100 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
CDS (digital 35 mm prints) | Dolby SR (analog 35 mm prints)

Did You Know?

In 1980, a young musician-composer-songwriter by the name of Robert Kraft was performing with his group, the Ivory Coast, at a restaurant-nightclub in New York's Greenwich Village. In the midst of a musical number, Kraft found himself unexpectedly accompanied on harmonica by someone in the audience. The man with the harmonica turned out to be bartender and aspiring actor Bruce Willis. The two men became fast friends, and Willis would often turn out for Kraft's engagements, and join in the musical proceedings. Willis, who became intimately acquainted with Kraft's entire musical repertoire, was most taken with one song called "The Hudson Hawk." Kraft had come upon the concept one afternoon while walking the streets of New York. Kraft had read a newspaper article about a fierce wind that blew off Lake Michigan nicknamed "The Hawk," and as he wandered toward the west side of Manhattan, bracing himself against a wind corning from the direction of the Hudson River, he thought, "This must be the Hudson Hawk." When Kraft described the genesis of his song to Willis, the actor thought the music would be fitting as the theme for a classic movie character as well. Intrigued, Kraft offered Willis the opportunity to collaborate on the song by writing the lyrics. As those lyrics evolved, so did the characters of Eddie Hawkin's and his best friend and mentor - Tommy "Five-Tone" Messina. For many years, the song remained just that, with both men vowing that if either were ever in the position to produce a film, it would be about the world's greatest cat burglar. Several years, a hit television show, and Emmy and Golden Globe awards later, Willis indeed found himself in that position, and, true to his word, began developing "Hudson Hawk" with Kraft for the big screen. Needing the services of an experienced producer, Willis turned to Joel Silver, for whom the actor had starred in the smash hit Die Hard (1988) and Die Hard 2 (1990).See more »
Continuity: As Hudson is speaking with Anna on the couch, her dress jumps back onto her shoulder between shots.See more »
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Narrator:Long ago, the Duke of Milan commissioned a little known artist to erect a Mammoth statue of a horse. The time was 1481... The artist was Leonardo da Vinci... The guy on the donkey's just a guy on a donkey.
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56 out of 80 people found the following review useful.
I laugh, I cry every time, 16 February 2005
Author: mattspammail from Houston, TX

I have watched this flick at least 30 times. I can recite it almost verbatim.

I also realize that I am relatively alone in my feelings for this movie. My wife reminds me of that all the time.

The humor in this flick probably doesn't appeal to most people, because they like to be spoon-fed humor. Slapstick and punny humor is far too refined for most.

I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for (this movie).

P.S. The director's commentary on the DVD is great if you're a fan of the film.

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