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The Media Made Them Superstars. See more »
Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Woody Harrelson ... Mickey Knox

Juliette Lewis ... Mallory Knox

Tom Sizemore ... Det. Jack Scagnetti

Rodney Dangerfield ... Ed Wilson, Mallory's Dad
Everett Quinton ... Deputy Warden Wurlitzer

Jared Harris ... London Boy

Pruitt Taylor Vince ... Deputy Warden Kavanaugh

Edie McClurg ... Mallory's Mom

Russell Means ... Old Indian
Lanny Flaherty ... Earl

O-Lan Jones ... Mabel

Robert Downey Jr. ... Wayne Gale

Richard Lineback ... Sonny

Kirk Baltz ... Roger

Ed White ... Pinball Cowboy
Terrylene ... Julie

Maria Pitillo ... Deborah
Josh Richman ... Soundman

Sean Stone ... Kevin

Melinda Renna ... Antonia Chavez
Jerry Gardner ... Work Boss #1
Jack Caffrey ... Work Boss #2
Leon Skyhorse Thomas ... Work Boss #3
Corinna Everson ... TV Mallory (as Corey Everson)

Dale Dye ... Dale Wrigley

Edward Conna ... Gerald Nash (as Eddy 'Doogie' Conna)

Evan Handler ... David

Matthew Faber ... Kid #1

Jamie Harrold ... Kid #2
Jake Grace ... Kid #3 (as Jake Beecham)
Saemi Nakamura ... Japanese Girl #1 / Japanese Reporter
Keiko Seiko ... Japanese Girl #2 (as Seiko Yoshida)
Katharine McQueen ... London Girl

Salvator Xuereb ... French Boy #1
Natalie Karp ... French Girl

Emmanuel Xuereb ... French Boy #2

Balthazar Getty ... Gas Station Attendant
Jessie Rutkowski ... Young Girl

Sally Jackson ... Mickey's Mom
Phil Neilson ... Mickey's Dad
Brian Barker ... Young Mickey
Corinna Laszlo ... Emily, Hostage in Motel

Red West ... Cowboy Sheriff
Gerry Runnels ... Indian Cop

Jeremiah Bitsui ... Young Indian Boy

Lorraine Farris ... Pinky

Tommy Lee Jones ... Warden Dwight McClusky

Glen Chin ... Druggist

Steven Wright ... Dr. Emil Reingold
Peter Crombie ... Intense Cop
John M. Watson Sr. ... Black Inmate

Joe Grifasi ... Deputy Sheriff Duncan Homolka
Douglas Crosby ... Mallory's Guard #1

Carl Ciarfalio ... Mallory's Guard #2
Marshall Bell ... Deputy #1
Carol-Renee Modrall ... Short-Order Cook
Jim Carrane ... Smithy
Robert Swan ... Deputy Napalatoni (as Bob Swan)

Louis Lombardi ... Deputy Sparky
Robert Jordan ... WGN Newscaster
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ashley Judd ... Grace Mulberry (scenes deleted)
David Paul ... The Hun Brothers (scenes deleted)
Peter Paul ... The Hun Brothers (scenes deleted)

Rachel Ticotin ... Wanda Bisbing (scenes deleted)

Adrien Brody ... Cameraman (uncredited)
John Busse ... Reporter (uncredited)
Hank Corwin ... Headless Figure / Mickey's Dad Demon (uncredited)
Stephen Detherage ... Prison Trustee (uncredited)

Paul Dillon ... Prison Inmate Who Breaks TV (uncredited)
Herb Gains ... Wayne Gale's assistant (uncredited)

James Gammon ... Redneck's Buddy in the Diner (uncredited)

Jennifer Say Gan ... Asian Reporter (uncredited)

Danny Goldring ... Grace Mulberry's father (uncredited)
Jane Hamsher ... Female Demon (uncredited)

Mark Harmon ... Mickey Knox in Wayne Gale's Reconstruction (uncredited)

Arliss Howard ... Owen Traft, Mickey & Mallory's Guardian Angel / The Demon (uncredited)

Boris Karloff ... The Monster (archive footage) (uncredited)
Kathy Long ... Female deputy kicking Mickey (uncredited)
Robert Marshall ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Don Murphy ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

David Pasquesi ... Cameraman (uncredited)

Robyn Reede ... Lady Cop (uncredited)
Chris Renna ... Prisoner with Swastika Tattoo on Forehead (uncredited)
Jack Rooney ... Prison Inmate (uncredited)
Richard Rutowski ... Prisoner with Mustache (uncredited)
Keith Schrader ... Press Member (uncredited)
Kent Shelton ... Prison Snitch (Barber's Chair) (uncredited)

O.J. Simpson ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Thomas ... Victim (uncredited)

Kevin Watson ... Spirit (uncredited)

Jason 'Doc' Young ... Teenaged Mickey Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
Oliver Stone 
Writing credits
Quentin Tarantino (story)

David Veloz (screenplay) &
Richard Rutowski (screenplay) &
Oliver Stone (screenplay)

Produced by
Risa Bramon Garcia .... associate producer
Jane Hamsher .... producer
Arnon Milchan .... executive producer
Thom Mount .... executive producer
Don Murphy .... producer
Richard Rutowski .... associate producer
Clayton Townsend .... producer
Rand Vossler .... co-producer
Original Music by
Brent Lewis 
Cinematography by
Robert Richardson (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Brian Berdan 
Hank Corwin 
Casting by
Risa Bramon Garcia 
Billy Hopkins 
Heidi Levitt 
Production Design by
Victor Kempster 
Art Direction by
Alan Tomkins (supervising art director) (as Alan R. Tomkins)
Margery Zweizig 
Set Decoration by
Merideth Boswell 
Costume Design by
Richard Hornung 
Makeup Department
Cydney Cornell .... hair designer
John E. Jackson .... makeup artist
Matthew W. Mungle .... key makeup artist
Matthew W. Mungle .... special makeup effects artist
Gordon J. Smith .... special makeup effects artist
Melissa A. Yonkey .... hair stylist (as Melissa Yonkey)
Raymond Mackintosh .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Production Management
William H. Brown .... post-production supervisor (as Bill Brown)
Leeann Stonebreaker .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Herb Gains .... first assistant director
Noga Isackson .... second assistant director
Philip C. Pfeiffer .... second unit director (as Philip Pfeiffer)
Adam Rosen .... dga trainee
B. Scott Senechal .... second assistant director (as Scott Senechal)
David H. Venghaus Jr. .... second second assistant director (as David Venghaus Jr.)
Kevin Barry Howe .... second unit director (uncredited)
Art Department
Alan Allinger .... general forman
Rodney Armanino .... construction coordinator
Tana Bishop .... art department coordinator
Troy Borisy .... lead man: Chicago
Bill Darrow .... stand-by painter
Glenn Forbes .... assistant property master
John P. Goldsmith .... set designer (as John Perry Goldsmith)
Dale Haugo .... lead scenic artist
Wendell A. Bud Hill II .... stand-by carpenter (as Wendell A. 'Bud' Hill II)
John A. Kelly .... lead set painter (as John Kelly)
Amie McCarthy .... prop assistant (as Amie Frances McCarthy)
Wayne Shepherd .... lead man: Southwest
Charles Stewart .... property master
Stella Vaccaro .... set designer (as Stella Furner)
Alice Baker .... assistant set decorator (uncredited)
Dick Hansen .... props (uncredited)
John O. Hartman .... buyer (uncredited)
James F. Oberlander .... construction utility technician (uncredited)
James F. Oberlander .... welder (uncredited)
Gary Petersen .... propmaker (uncredited)
John J. Slove Jr. .... propmaker (uncredited)
Peter Tosti Stephenson .... swing gang gang boss: New Mexico (uncredited)
Glenn Stevens .... carpenter (uncredited)
Christopher Windisch .... carpenter (uncredited)
Sound Department
James Ashwill .... foley mixer (as Jim Ashwill)
Robert Batha .... sound editor
Gregg Baxter .... supervising adr editor
Lon Bender .... additional sound (as Lon E. Bender)
Steve Bowerman .... boom operator
John T. Cucci .... foley artist (as John Cucci)
Victor Ray Ennis .... first assistant sound editor
Tom Fleischman .... sound re-recording mixer
Gary A. Hecker .... foley artist (as Gary 'Wrecker' Hecker)
Craig S. Jaeger .... foley editor (as Craig Jaeger)
Randy Kelley .... sound effects editor
Mark Lanza .... sound effects editor (as Mark A. Lanza)
Peter J. Lehman .... sound effects editor
David MacMillan .... sound mixer
Joseph A. Mayer .... adr editor (as Joe Mayer)
Christian P. Minkler .... sound re-recording mixer (as Christian Minkler)
Michael Minkler .... sound re-recording mixer
Philip D. Morrill .... assistant sound editor (as Phil Morrill)
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist (as Dan O'Connel)
Kelly Oxford .... dubbing editor
Kevin E. Patterson .... utility sound
Joseph Phillips .... sound effects editor
Dan M. Rich .... supervising dialogue editor (as Dan Rich)
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer
Wylie Stateman .... supervising sound editor
Bill Voigtlander .... adr editor
Jeff Watts .... sound editor
Kim Waugh .... additional sound
Michael D. Wilhoit .... supervising sound editor (as Michael Wilhoit)
Barney Cabral .... sound editor (uncredited)
Richard Dwan Jr. .... adr editor (uncredited)
Richard Dwan Jr. .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Scott Martin Gershin .... sound designer (uncredited)
Nerses Gezalyan .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Nicholas James .... sound editor (uncredited)
David Kneupper .... sound designer (uncredited)
John Rice .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Larry L. Fuentes .... special effects foreman
Steve Luport .... special effects
Frank L. Pope .... special effects
Jim Schwalm .... special effects (as Jim Schwalm)
Bob Stoker .... special effects foreman
Lucinda Strub .... special effects
Matt Sweeney .... special effects coordinator
G. Peter King .... special effects (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Daniel Chuba .... visual effects producer: PDI
Rebecca Marie .... visual effects supervisor: PDI
Alex Olivares .... optical effects coordinator
Wendy Rogers .... lead animator: PDI
Cathy Wagner .... animator: PDI
Aaron Dem .... assistant to the producers: PDI (uncredited)
Al Magliochetti .... visual effects (uncredited)
Carter Tomassi .... animation camera (uncredited)
Phil Neilson .... stunt coordinator
Janet Paparazzo .... stunt double
Linda Perlin .... stunts
Tim Trella .... stunt double (as Timothy P. Trella)
Bruce Paul Barbour .... stunt double (uncredited)
Blaise Corrigan .... stunts (uncredited)
Ned Corrigan .... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie J. Fernandez .... stunts (uncredited)
Gary Guercio .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark Harper .... stunts (uncredited)
Ronald Jaynes .... stunts (uncredited)
Chuck Jeffreys .... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Lexsee .... stunts (uncredited)
Kathy Long .... stunts (uncredited)
Daniel Maldonado .... stunts (uncredited)
Carol-Renee Modrall .... stunts (uncredited)
Ken Moreno .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark Nearing .... stunts (uncredited)
Phil Neilson .... stunts (uncredited)
Ron Nix .... stunts (uncredited)
Carl Paoli .... stunts (uncredited)
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunts (uncredited)
Kent Shelton .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Brian Smyj .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Benny Urquidez .... stunts (uncredited)
Spice Williams-Crosby .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Sidney Ray Baldwin .... still photographer (as Sidney Baldwin)
Robert C. Carlson .... first assistant camera: Chicago
Chris Centrella .... key grip
Scott Gillis .... rigging key grip
Wayne D. Goldwyn .... time-lapse photographer (as Wayne Goldwyn)
Jeffrey Hurt .... grip
Marty Kassab-Chaney .... video assist operator (as Marty Kassab)
Dean M. King .... best boy grip
Brett Mabry .... electrician
Ed Maloney .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Eddy Maloney)
Michael A. Mendez .... best boy rigging grip (as Michael Mendez)
Reinhart 'Rayteam' Peschke .... chief lighting technician
Brad Rea .... dolly grip
Keith L. Smith .... second assistant camera (as Keith Smith)
Richard Sobin .... second assistant camera: Chicago
Gregor Tavenner .... first assistant camera
Amy Vincent .... second assistant camera
Shaw Hawkins Burrows .... rigging grip: New Mexico (uncredited)
Dante Cardone .... gaffer: second unit (uncredited)
Keith Collea .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Clifton Dance .... electrician (uncredited)
Kevin Edwards .... key grip: second unit (uncredited)
Adam C. Eichhorst .... grip (uncredited)
Harland Espeset .... grip (uncredited)
Fred Folmer .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Samuel Hughes .... electrician (uncredited)
Samuel Hughes .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Alan Jacques .... process photographer (uncredited)
Hugh McCallum .... grip (uncredited)
Larry McConkey .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Fred L. McLane .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Randy Nolen .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Ray Ortega .... electrician (uncredited)
Steve Parrington .... video playback engineer (uncredited)
Philip C. Pfeiffer .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Animation Department
Paul Golden .... animation producer: Colossal Pictures
Richard Quan .... animation producer: Colossal Pictures
Mike Smith .... animator designer
Casting Department
Jane Alderman .... casting: Chicago
Erica Arvold .... casting associate: Chicago
Ronnie Hollis .... location casting assistant: Southwest
Sally Jackson .... location casting: Southwest
Mikella Kievman .... casting assistant
Laurel Miller .... casting assistant
Suzanne Smith .... casting associate
Mary Vernieu .... casting associate
Regina Prokop .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mark Bridges .... assistant costume designer
Eden Clark Coblenz .... key costumer: Southwest (as Eden E. Clark)
Michelle Kurpaska .... costume supervisor
David Page .... key costumer
Mary Zophres .... assistant costume designer
Susan J. Bonno-Buckner .... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)
David Glaubke .... set costumer (uncredited)
Maryann Scinto .... wardrobe (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Julie Dole .... assistant editor
Quincy Z. Gunderson .... assistant editor (as Quincy Zane Gunderson)
Christine Lee .... assistant editor
Thomas J. Nordberg .... first assistant editor
David Orr .... color timer
John Venzon .... assistant editor
Eric Whitfield .... assistant editor
Charles Bunn .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Babette Dickerson .... post-production intern (uncredited)
Music Department
Budd Carr .... executive music producer
Amy Dunn .... assistant music supervisor
Art Ford .... music consultant
Alex Gibson .... music editor
Carlton Kaller .... music editor
Randy Lee .... musician: bass
Sylvia Nestor .... associate music supervisor
Denise Okimoto .... assistant music editor
tomandandy .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Michael Avallon .... driver
Dan Brizendine .... transportation captain (as Daniel W. Brizendine)
Calvin Chin .... transportation co-captain: Chicago
Peter R. Chittell .... transportation captain (as Peter Chittell)
Richard Deangelo .... transportation captain: Chicago
Dusty Saunders .... transportation coordinator
Ted Basso .... production van driver operator (uncredited)
Other crew
Jacolyn Baker .... location manager (as Jacolyn J. Baker)
Tom Berto .... animal wrangler: Southwest
Angela H. Brice .... assistant production coordinator: Chicago
Charles Bunn .... post-production staff assistant (as Charles R. Bunn)
Ian Calip .... staff assistant
Mindy J. Cole .... assistant: Mr. Townsend (as Mindy Cole)
P.J. Connelly .... assistant location manager: Southwest (as P.J. Connolly)
Keith Cooper .... warden: Joliet Correctional Center, Illinois Department of Corrections
Dale Dye .... technical advisor (as Capt. Dale Dye)
Yolande Geralds .... set production assistant: Southwest
Leslie Godfrey .... assistant production coordinator: Los Angeles
Salvador A. Godinez .... warden: Stateville Correctional Center, Illinois Department of Corrections
Debra Hill .... accounting assistant
Rose Hlaing .... production secretary: Chicago
Pamela Hochschartner .... production coordinator
Deirdre Horgan .... script supervisor
Nicholas Irwin .... post-production accountant
James J. Klekowski .... assistant location manager: Chicago
Braden Kuhlman .... production secretary
Diana E. Latham .... production secretary: Chicago (as Diana Latham)
Jay Lehrfeld .... assistant location manager
Todd Lent .... staff assistant
Rick Little .... snake wrangler: Southwest
Arthur Manson .... producers' representative
Christopher Medak .... set production assistant
Leo Meyer .... deputy director: Adult Institutions, Illinois Department of Corrections
Cee Moravec .... staff assistant
Suzanne Schnulle Murphy .... first assistant accountant (as Sue Schnulle Murphy)
Carole Nix .... assistant production coordinator
George Patterson .... office staff assistant: Chicago
Howard Peters .... director: Illinois Department of Corrections
Paul Byrne Prenderville .... set production assistant (as Paul Prenderville)
Susan G. Reifer .... research and clearance
Chris Renna .... production physician (as Christian Renna)
Denyse Rossi .... payroll accountant
Barbara Simpson .... assistant location manager: Southwest
Michael Singer .... unit publicist
Christopher Solmssen .... set production assistant (as Christopher T. Solmssen)
Justin Stanley .... assistant: Mr. Murphy
Barbara-Ann Stein .... controller
Barbara Stoia .... script supervisor
Paul Stojanovich .... video advisor (as Paul Stajanovich)
Amy Tindell .... assistant: Ms. Hamsher
Ron Towery .... stock footage researcher
Lisa Ullmann .... office staff assistant: Chicago
Nadia Venesse .... dialogue coach
Benjamin Von Nagel .... staff assistant
Jerri Whiteman .... second assistant accountant
Calvin Wimmer .... post-production staff assistant
Azita Zendel .... assistant: Mr. Stone
Paula Zimmer .... production secretary: Southwest
Peter D'Alessio .... stand-in (uncredited)
Rob Disner .... production assistant (uncredited)
Gina Genova .... unit manager: Southwest (uncredited)
Moira Michiels .... extras coordinator (uncredited)
Michael Morgenthal .... construction accountant (uncredited)
Clive Ng .... financial services: Triumph Sound Holding (uncredited)
Mia Ries-Wicklund .... extras coordinator (uncredited)
Jeff Smith .... production assistant (uncredited)
Oliver Stone .... executive album producer (uncredited)
Shannon Vergun .... production team: location (uncredited)
Howard Fabrick .... special thanks
Anne Iverson .... special thanks
Phil Krone .... special thanks
Dean Nakano .... special thanks
Stanley White .... special thanks
Fred Wyche .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality
118 min | USA:122 min (director's cut)
Black and White | Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The story told on "American Maniacs" about Mickey killing a cop after asking him for directions is taken almost verbatim from a story made up by J. Edgar Hoover in the 1930s about bank robbers Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker to try to quash the public's growing favorable opinion of the pair. According to Hoover, Barrow approached an Oklahoma City officer, asked for directions and then blew his head off with a shotgun. The story fell apart, though, when questions were raised as to how, if the officer was alone when he was killed, Hoover could possibly have determined that it was Barrow who killed him, as there were no witnesses to the "murder."See more »
Revealing mistakes: When Kavanaugh gets up on his knees after Mickey takes control of the interview, one can easily make out the knee pads he is wearing underneath the uniform.See more »
Dr. Emil Reingold:Mickey and Mallory know the difference between right and wrong, they just don't give a damn.See more »
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136 out of 182 people found the following review useful.
Hypnotic, but..., 20 December 2003
Author: dee.reid from United States

...people really need to take another look at "Natural Born Killers."

The plot: Mickey and Mallory Knox (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis in roles that are a little too convincing) are a husband/wife pair of serial killers whose vicious crime spree across the country has made them into media superstars.

This movie is a barrage of frightening and surreal images, and is damn near hypnotic to watch.

I can see where the controversy surrounding this film comes from but what I don't understand is where the hate is coming from.

1994's "Natural Born Killers" has to be one of the best movies of the 90s - its sole purpose on this planet is to showcase America's fascination with violence.

But lets try to understand the hate. This movie is here for one reason and I think that we can all agree on that reason. Oliver Stone is a competent and accomplished filmmaker and most of the hate seems to be directed towards him. Stone, who is working from a script that has since been virtually disowned by Quentin Tarantino, pretty much took over and shaped the screenplay to his own vision.

I can understand why fans of Tarantino have a right to be p*ssed off, but I find it extremely difficult to believe that they truly hate the finished product, and the same goes for Tarantino. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge Tarantino fan myself, and I'm sure he didn't appreciate Stone re-writing his script, but he should be proud of what was done with it.

The message, if you can call it that, is that we are obsessed with violence, and Stone exposes our love for it and spits it back in our faces. To quote Marlon Brando - "The horror, the horror." I say to hell with the hypocritical people who find this movie offensive for they are the ones that this movie is truly aimed towards.

Yes, horrific images are displayed in this movie and terrible things happen to people all throughout, but it's giving us we want, and we hate it. The hate surrounding this film is extremely misguided. My high school paper recently did an article about sex and violence on television and one of the supposed outlets of that violence would be our fascination with the war in Iraq and the Jessica Lynch story.

It said that we are much, much more concerned with the sex (I personally don't think today's teenage girls are THAT impressionable, but who knows?), rather than the violence (which apparently seems to be causing a misguided sh!tstorm of controversy, too, and like the sex, I don't think that people are that impressionable), namely the kind that is seen in music videos and such. Though the article refused to go into specifics (but we know who the people being discussed are and I'm sure they do, too), it brings me back to "Natural Born Killers," which I think people need to take another look at.

In this day and age, violence on television is becoming more and more commonplace, and this movie's relevance seems to make its viewing that much more important. Before we go and continue to bash the hell out of it again, people need to come back and take a look around themselves and watch "Natural Born Killers."

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