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27 March 1992 (USA) See more »
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CIA. Mafia. JFK. Conspiracy. Jack Ruby. See more »
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An exploration of certain conspiracy theories surrounding the JFK assassination from Jack Ruby's perspective... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Danny Aiello ... Jack Ruby

Sherilyn Fenn ... Sheryl Ann DuJean / Candy Cane

Tobin Bell ... David Ferrie

Joe Cortese ... Louie Vitali

David Duchovny ... Officer Tippit
Richard C. Sarafian ... Proby (as Richard Sarafian)
Leonard Termo ... Tony Ana

Arliss Howard ... Maxwell
Carmine Caridi ... Sam Giancana

Marc Lawrence ... Santos Alicante
John Roselius ... Detective Smalls

Joe Viterelli ... Joseph Valachi
Frank Orsatti ... Action Jackson

Jeffrey Nordling ... Hank
Veronica Hart ... Telephone Trixie (as Jane Hamilton)

Maurice Benard ... Diego
Robert S. Telford ... Senator
Louis Eppolito ... Detective Taylor

J. Marvin Campbell ... Bus Counter Tender
Tony Conforti ... Mickey the Shoe
Joe Pecoraro ... Jinx
Joey DePinto ... Carmine
Steven Elkins ... Hotel Clerk
Richard Emanuelle ... Bellhop
Gérard David ... John F. Kennedy - Las Vegas (as Gerard David)
Patrick Jude ... Tony Montana

Willie Garson ... Lee Harvey Oswald
John Solari ... Lenny Doyle

Scott Lawrence ... Dillon
Cody Glenn ... Guard
Mike Lundy ... Dallas T.V. Announcer
Jim Ryan ... Dallas T.V. Announcer

Bill Seward ... Dallas T.V. Announcer

Kevin Wiggins ... John F. Kennedy - Dallas

Mary Chris Wall ... Jackie Kennedy
Sean McGraw ... Governor Connally

Terri Zee ... Mrs. Connally (as Terri Zagrodnick)

David Steen ... Sheriff's Deputy
Ron De Roxtra ... Press

Alan Ackles ... Press
Bob Hess ... Press
Jay Dowd ... Press
Tina Rucker ... Press

Rodger Boyce ... Police Chief
James Healy Jr. ... Uniformed Policeman (as James Healy)

Brad Leland ... Patrolman
Jim Brewer ... Detective
Wirt Cain ... Detective
Ritch Brinkley ... Attorney Howard

Tim Green ... Judge
Norman Bennett ... Driver
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Alicia Arden ... Extra (uncredited)

Robert F. Cawley ... Reporter (uncredited)
John Connally ... Himself - in Presidential Limousine (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nellie Connally ... Herself - in Presidential Limousine (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Kennedy Jr. ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Caroline Kennedy ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jacqueline Kennedy ... Herself - in Dallas with JFK (archive footage) (uncredited)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself - Speech in Forth Worth (archive footage) (uncredited)

Vernon Reeves ... Reporter (uncredited)

Joel Rogers ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)

Leon Slaughter ... TV Cameraman (uncredited)

Directed by
John Mackenzie 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Stephen Davis (play "Love Field")

Stephen Davis (screenplay)

Produced by
Steve Golin .... producer
Michael Kuhn .... executive producer
Jay Roewe .... co-producer
Sigurjon Sighvatsson .... producer
Lynn Weimer .... associate producer
Richard S. Wright .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Scott 
 
Cinematography by
Phil Meheux 
 
Film Editing by
Richard Trevor 
 
Casting by
Johanna Ray 
 
Production Design by
David Brisbin 
 
Art Direction by
Kenneth Hardy  (as Kenneth A. Hardy)
 
Set Decoration by
Lauri Gaffin 
 
Costume Design by
Susie DeSanto 
 
Makeup Department
Fríða Aradóttir .... hair stylist
Barbra Benningfield .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Gina Coker .... makeup assistant: Dallas unit
Sandra Crites .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Dori Green .... makeup assistant: Dallas unit
Kimberly Greene .... makeup assistant: Dallas unit
Peggy Hannaman .... assistant hair stylist
Peggy Hannaman .... assistant makeup artist
Debbie L. Key .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Candice Laurie .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Mel McKinney .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Vicky Ogden .... makeup artist (as Vicky Ogden-Sutherland)
Mary Prenatt .... assistant makeup artist
Regina Rutherford .... assistant hair stylist: Dallas
Debbie Zoller .... hair stylist: Danny Aiello
Debbie Zoller .... makeup artist: Danny Aiello
 
Production Management
Tim Clawson .... executive in charge of production
Ron Fury .... unit production manager
Ellen Gordon .... location production supervisor
Diana Seel .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Luis Rosario Albert .... third assistant director
Shery Blanc .... dga trainee (as Sheryl Blanc)
Matthew Carlisle .... first assistant director
Terri Martin .... second second assistant director: Dallas
Richard Oswald .... second assistant director
Jeff Shiffman .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Bettina Andresen .... scenic artist
Stuart Auld .... charge scenic artist: Puerto Rico
Mark Bernstein .... carpenter
Rick Bioni .... assistant property master
Tana Bishop .... set dresser: Dallas
Daniel W. Blaha .... property maker
Amy E. Blount .... scenic artist
Philip Briggs .... swing gang
Donald E. Brown .... carpenter
Richard Butts .... swing gang
Cliff Carothers .... props maker
Lance Cheatham .... set dresser
Harry Conrad Chitwood .... property maker
Liz Chiz .... art department production assistant
Dennis Collins .... scenic: Dallas
Eric Compton .... set designer
Bryan Corbett .... propmaker gangboss
Paolo DeLeon .... art department coordinator
Nick Dorr .... scenic artist
Clay Eide .... swing boss
Paul Etheredge .... set dresser: Dallas (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)
Mick Fisher .... construction foreman: Dallas
Chris Forster .... construction coordinator
Barry Franenberg .... property master
Cory Greenfield .... carpenter
Tanya Elaine Hamilton .... scenic artist (as Tanya Hamilton)
Scott Head .... carpenter
Roy Hernandez .... carpenter
Donald Albert Johnson .... carpenter
Jim C. Johnson .... lead man
Pat Johnson .... props maker
Charles P. Lancaster .... sign painter: Dallas
William Lanning .... property maker
Wayne Lindholm .... carpenter
Frank Lloyd .... construction coordinator
James MacDonald .... scenic artist
B.J. Manning .... scenic artist
Gary B. Matteson .... carpenter
James McCrae .... painter
Rudy Mercado .... scenic artist
Jim Meyer .... swing gang
Lillian Montalvo .... art department researcher (as Lillian M. Montalvo)
William H. Neff .... signwriter
Robert Newman .... lead scenic artist: Palm Springs
Michael Ogle .... property maker
Charles L. Parker .... property maker
Alexander Pitt .... carpenter
Michael O. Rainey .... sign painter: Dallas
Theodor Reinke .... set dresser
Bruce Richardson .... scenic: Dallas
Nick Rippon .... construction coordinator: Dallas
Mary Saisselin .... set designer: Dallas
James P. Scanlon .... assistant lead scenic
Jeanette Scott .... set decorator: Dallas/Puerto Rico
Edward M. Shewmake .... property assistant: Dallas
Phil Shirey .... lead man: Dallas (as John Philip Shirey)
Brian Smith .... location foreman
Cameron Smith .... graphic designer: Dallas
John S. Tulk .... property maker
Jamie Upham .... shop foreman
Wil van Auken .... carpenter
Bob Wagner .... art department assistant: Dallas
Michael West .... swing gang
Mark Wieringa .... carpenter
Robert H. Winn .... lead scenic artist: Dallas
Chris L. Winslow .... lead scenic artist
Ben Woolverton .... swing gang
Suzette Yadusky .... scenic artist
Chela Fiorini .... props (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Lynn Bopeley .... boom operator
David Brownlow .... production sound
Greg Curda .... foley mixer
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
Eric Gotthelf .... foley mixer
Susan Kurtz .... sound effects editor
Ron Meredith .... assistant sound editor
Kurt St. Amant .... playback operator
Mike Szakmeister .... dialogue editor
Robert Ulrich .... adr editor
Samuel C. Crutcher .... sound editor/design (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Ken Estes .... special effects coordinator (as Kenny Estes)
John M. Wells .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Robert J. Groden .... special optical enhancement of motorcade footage (as Robert Groden)
 
Stunts
Danny Aiello III .... stunt coordinator
Danny Aiello III .... stunts
John M. Colwell .... stunts
Shane Dixon .... stunts
Chris Durand .... stunts
Cindy Folkerson .... stunts
Jeff Jensen .... stunts
Patrick Jude .... stunts
Ben Loggins .... stunts (as Ben E. Loggins)
John Joseph Macchia .... stunts
Brendon O'Brien .... stunts
Steve Picerni .... stunts
John Robotham .... stunts
Russell Towery .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Nico Bally .... grip
Corwin A. Bibb .... best boy electric
Zarka Blutto .... first assistant camera: second unit
Phillip Darlington .... grip
David C. Dean .... electrician (as David Dean)
Louis DiCesare .... gaffer
Robert Driskell .... camera operator: Dallas (as Robert Allen Driskell Jr.)
John Emory .... electrician
Ali Farboud .... electrician
Ali Farboud .... rigging gaffer
Mark Fellman .... still photographer
Rachel A. Flores .... grip
Rocky Ford .... grip (as Rocky W. Ford)
Brett F. Gates .... second assistant camera (as Brett Gates)
Keith Gorman .... electrician
Chris Haarhoff .... Steadicam operator
Paul Hughen .... additional camera operator: second unit
Simon Jayes .... crane operator: Technocrane
Kurt Johnstad .... best boy grip
Jay Anthony Jones .... first assistant camera: second unit
Stephen D. Jones .... dolly grip
Stacey Kunch .... grip
Patricia Lee .... electrician
Carol Ann Maguire .... electrician: Dallas
John Massaro .... electrician
Jon Massey .... film loader
Raphy Molinary .... lighting technician
Gary Molyneux .... grip
Karl Owens .... first assistant camera
Jim Pantaleo .... playback operator
Todd Parker .... electrician
Nick W. Pastrano .... grip (as Nick Pastrano)
Roger Pistole .... electrician: Dallas
Michael Pizzuto .... grip
Robert A. Preston .... dolly grip
Kenny Ratliff .... electrician: Dallas
Joseph Ressa .... electrician
Alexander Salazar .... grip
Jonathon E. Salzman .... grip
Joe Sanchez .... first assistant camera: second unit
Darrell B. Sheldon .... key grip
John Patrick Smith .... assistant camera: Dallas
Brian Soden .... grip (as Brian F. Soden)
R. Michael Stringer .... grip
Robert J. Studenny .... grip (as Robert Joseph Studenny)
Brian Tufano .... director of photography: second unit
Pedro J. Villalón .... electrician
Steven Lynn Walker .... grip: Dallas unit (as Steven Walker)
Greg Wardell .... electrician
Stephan Wassmann .... electrician (as Stephan Wassman)
Kevin Whitlow .... electrician: Dallas
Kevin Mulvey .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Barbara Blanchette .... extras casting: Dallas
Elaine J. Huzzar .... casting associate
Enrique 'Kike' Rosario .... casting assistant
Daryl Sancton .... extras assistant casting: Dallas
Shannon Ward .... casting assistant (as Shannon M. Ward)
Dixie Webster .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathryn V. Davis .... wardrobe supervisor
Gail Just .... key costumer
Susan Kistler .... assistant costume designer
Dina Laquaglia .... set costumer
Janet Lucas Lawler .... costumer: Dallas
Melissa Merwin .... set costumer
Meredith Motley .... wardrobe assistant: Dallas
Janet Powell .... wardrobe assistant: Dallas (as Janet L. Powell)
Eva Prappas .... set costumer (as Eva L. Prappas)
Lynda Pyka .... wardrobe assistant: Dallas
Wendy Range Rao .... wardrobe assistant (as Wendy Range)
 
Editorial Department
Christiaan Blok .... apprentice editor
Scott Carleton .... assistant post-production supervisor
Elizabeth Fox .... post-production coordinator
Pernilla Hulten .... apprentice editor
Dawn Michelle King .... second assistant editor
Leticia Roldan .... post-production assistant
Martha Rubin .... assistant editor
Stephen Spacek .... post-production assistant
Stas Tagios .... post-production assistant
Hazel Trevor .... first assistant editor
Merrick Wolfe .... assistant post-production coordinator
 
Music Department
Paul Broucek .... music supervisor
Evyen Klean .... music supervisor
Tim Simonec .... music supervisor
Stan Kenton and His Orchestra .... orchestra: "A Little Minor Booze"
 
Transportation Department
Joe D. Anderson .... transportation captain: Dallas
William R. Bain .... driver
Ed Barrera .... picture cars: Dallas (as Eduardo Barrera)
David Beard .... driver
Marcelle 'Kitty' Dutton .... driver
Bruce Leone .... transportation coordinator
Mitchell J. Martin .... transportation assistant
Larry McCray .... driver
Walt Miller .... transportation captain
Michael W. Preciado .... driver
Tony Sackmann .... driver
Jon Thorgusen .... transportation captain (as Jon Thorguson)
Gene Vasconcellos .... driver
 
Other crew
Linda Alderete .... personal assistant: Mr. Sighvatsson and Mr. Golin
Erik C. Andersen .... craft service
Patrick Avedissian .... set production assistant
Kelli Bingham .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Kevin Branch .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Sara Burton .... assistant location manager
Karen Clemons .... office production assistant: Dallas
Jeff Crandell .... location assistant
Nikki Deshazo .... courtroom advisor: Dallas
Jessica Drake .... dialect coach
Clay Eide .... swing boss
Andrea R. Fatoole .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Bruce Feldman .... marketing consultant
Mickey G. .... medic (as Michael Wilkins)
Ted Gault .... location assistant
Gigi Giraudo .... executive production coordinator
Selma Gladney .... film/video playback supervisor
Patrick Gleason .... set production assistant
Elana Golden .... script supervisor
Jeff Goldsmith .... set intern
Hjortur Gretarsson .... key set production assistant
Robert J. Groden .... stock footage (as Robert Groden)
Todd Grove .... production auditor
Julie Hansen .... post-production accountant
Jack Herrguth Jr. .... office production assistant
Dawn Hoggatt .... set production assistant
Sandra K. Jantzen .... production coordinator: Dallas
Debbie Klegman .... craft service (as Debra Klegman)
Rob Kopel .... set production assistant
Allen Kupetsky .... assistant auditor
Laura Lamoreaux .... medic
Elaine N. Lauber .... nurse: Dallas
Wanda L. Lewis .... location assistant: Dallas
Susan Linn .... massage therapist: Sherilyn Fenn
Carla Lockhart .... personal assistant: Mr. Sighvatsson and Mr. Golin
Brian Mack .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Kim McHulty .... liaison: Palm Springs
Peter McKernan .... helicopter pilot
Josh Michaelson .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
James B. Mohlmann .... assistant location manager
Kevin Newcomb .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Harry Pallenberg .... assistant to director
Vincent Paterson .... choreographer
Joe Pecoraro .... assistant: Danny Aiello (as Joe Peck)
Frederic Perrin .... caterer
Bill Porter .... key set production assistant: Dallas
Susan Quello .... assistant: Sherilyn Fenn
Alan Ravich .... location assistant
Lenny Roebuck .... stand-in
Rita Rokisky .... production coordinator
John Rosen .... research assistant
Tina Rucker .... stand-in
Liz F. Sanchez .... production receptionist
William D. Saunders .... fire safety officer
Greg Schnabel .... office production assistant
Carol S. Siegle .... marketing consultant
Thor Sigurjonsson .... office production assistant
Stephen Spacek .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Charlotte Spivey .... assistant production coordinator: Dallas
Lisa W. Strout .... location manager (as Lisa Strout)
Kayla Thames .... assistant location manager
Neal Thompson .... title designer
Annie Tien .... production coordinator (as Annie Mei-Ling Tien)
Dirk Vahle .... additional helicopter pilot
Dona S. Villareal .... set production assistant: Dallas unit
Larry Winokur .... unit publicist
Merrick Wolfe .... assistant to producers
John Yarbrough .... location assistant: Dallas
 
Thanks
David Fincher .... thanks
Bob Jenkis .... thanks
Ted MacKinney .... thanks
Miles Mogulescu .... thanks
Malcolm Ritchie .... thanks
Jill Tandy .... thanks
Neal Thompson .... thanks
Alex Wengert .... thanks
Kurt Woolner .... thanks
 

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Rated R for language
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Trivia:
The character of Sheryl Ann 'Candy Cane' DuJean, portrayed by Sherilyn Fenn, is a fictitious character. However, she is a composite of several real-life women including stripper Candy Barr (who befriended Jack Ruby), Marilyn Monroe (of whom Candy Cane is a look-alike) and Judith Campbell Exner (who said she had affairs with both Sam Giancana and John F. Kennedy).See more »
Quotes:
Jack Ruby:Where you from?
Sheryl Ann DuJean:[doesn't answer]
Jack Ruby:You come in the Lubbock bus?
Sheryl Ann DuJean:I ain't from nowhere.
Jack Ruby:I've been there. What's it called?
Sheryl Ann DuJean:Rising Star, Texas.
Jack Ruby:I'm from Chicago, myself. Where you headed?
Sheryl Ann DuJean:Out of Rising Star, Texas.
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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Since The Federal Government Classifies It As Entertainment, So Does He!, 5 June 2011
Author: dataconflossmoor from United States

Jack Ruby was an individual that epitomized the plight of someone who became perpetually victimized by his environment. Growing up in a tough and tumble south side neighborhood in Chicago, Jack Ruby had to earn everything the hard way! His testosterone driven theatrics were always justified under the belligerent premise that he loathed and excoriated all caitiff behavior and mannerisms which lurked in his threatened existence! Actor, Danny Aiello, was extremely well suited to the role of Jack Ruby. Desultarily assembled and jagged around the edges, Aiello portrayed the role of the disgruntled owner of the Dallas strip club lounge, Jack Ruby, with an absolutely powerful and well articulated perfection. The mindset of Jack Ruby was one in which he had an emblematic adoration of John F. Kennedy. Ruby was keenly aware of the fact that the assassination of Kennedy was a conspiracy! Knowing this, Ruby's conception of the entire fiasco was one whereby he felt that it was incumbent upon him to implement a simple eye for an eye endeavor of vigilante justice. This being Ruby's objective, Lee Harvey Oswald became his prime target! Love, lust, collusion, money, violence, and organized crime were elements in Ruby's life that ended up becoming a lethally inconclusive and ephemeral obsession with him! Nothing ever made sense in Jack Ruby's world, and, as a result, his adversarial circumstances made him respond accordingly! The intensity with which this film depicts Ruby's rudimentary defense mechanisms, wound up being incredibly thought provoking. Jack Ruby's life became one big tenet for convoluted sensationalism; Killing John F Kennedy and killing Lee Harvey Oswald, were actions which were induced by the prevailing agitation which emanated from the megalomania cal underworld! All in all, the intertwining integral facets of implication in this aggregate potpourri of political tumultuousness for all of this violence, eventually collaborated as a scenario for situational pandemonium. This politically high profile charade brought about a pejorative pique for a bevy of fame famished reprobates to thrive on. Throughout history, this has always been the nefarious scourge; Who was John Wilkes Booth? Who was Lee Harvey Oswald? Who was Sirhan Sirhan? And, of course, it goes without saying; Who was Jack Ruby? What made them famous? The heinous ordeal of murdering, or being related to the murder of a highly prominent political leader, has given all of these men an indelibly dreadful notoriety! The film "Ruby" authenticates the prevailing rancor during the Kennedy assassination escapades in a very scathing, yet poignant manner! The aspects to the Dallas strip club paradigm during the early 1960's was something which the directors and producers of this film executed flawlessly! Films which are candidly cogent about genuinely dire reactions tend to garner my favor far more readily than a high budget Hollywood bombshell flick with a myriad of special effects. The film "Ruby" is a one of a kind diamond in the rough which manifests an unpleasant amelioration concerning the vicious circle of assassinations during the Kennedy era. This movie did not just simply depict the occurrences pertaining to John F. Kennedy's and Lee Harvey Oswald's assassination, they also encompassed the visceral and motivational depravity behind these occurrences as well! Ultimately, cerebral vindication amongst many felonious misfits, as well as people who dealt with these sordid walks of life, became the intellectually diabolical villain which vitiated any respect which these people should have had for law and order in our American system of democracy! Having been to Dallas many times, the historical correlation this film makes to this city is very fascinating! The strip club which Jack Ruby owned is located in one of the nicest hotels in downtown Dallas! As a matter of fact, what was once Jack Ruby's strip club, is now a sports bar, that is somewhat amusing, isn't it? The assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the demented wiles associated with it, all have the dubious distinction of putting Dallas on the map for political terrorism! This movie is covertly compelling, and, I would recommend to any history buff, as well as all movie viewers, that they should see this film whenever they possibly can. "Ruby" is a difficult movie to find, and, it may only be available on video cassette, as in the thing you put in a -VCR- -YES, THAT ANTEQUATED MONSTER!!- Nevertheless, people should try to get a hold of it and view the movie, mostly on account of the fact that the film "Ruby" is very insightful and emotionally innovative! I give it a definite and resounding thumbs up!

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