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Don Juan DeMarco -- Marlon Brando, Faye Dunaway and Johnny Depp star in this romantic drama about a man who believes himself to be the legendary Don Juan-the greatest lover in the world.
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Don Juan DeMarco -- A psychiatrist must cure a young patient that presents himself as Don Juan, the greatest lover in the world.
Don Juan DeMarco -- A psychiatrist must cure a young patient that presents himself as Don Juan, the greatest lover in the world.


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Writers (WGA):
Lord Byron (character Don Juan) (in part)
Jeremy Leven (written by)
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Release Date:
7 April 1995 (USA) See more »
The story of the man who thought he was the greatest lover in the world... and the people who tried to cure him of it! See more »
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Nominated for Oscar. Another 4 wins & 3 nominations See more »
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Its one of those never-fail pick-me-up movies - fun, cheeky and sensual See more (117 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Marlon Brando ... Dr. Jack Mickler

Johnny Depp ... Don Juan DeMarco

Faye Dunaway ... Marilyn Mickler

Géraldine Pailhas ... Doña Ana

Bob Dishy ... Dr. Paul Showalter

Rachel Ticotin ... Doña Inez

Talisa Soto ... Doña Julia

Marita Geraghty ... Woman in Restaurant
Richard C. Sarafian ... Detective Sy Tobias

Tresa Hughes ... Grandmother DeMarco

Stephen Singer ... Dr. Bill Dunsmore
Franc Luz ... Don Antonio

Carmen Argenziano ... Don Alfonzo

Jo Champa ... Sultana Gulbeyaz
Esther Scott ... Nurse Alvira
Nada Despotovich ... Nurse Gloria
Gilbert Lewis ... Judge Ryland

Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Rocco Compton (as 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)

Tom Mardirosian ... Baba, the Eunuch

Al Corley ... Woman's Date
Nick LaTour ... Nicholas, the Doorman
Bill Capizzi ... Sultan
Patricia Mauceri ... Doña Querida

Cliff Weissman ... Delivery Man

Michael Malota ... Young Don Juan
Renee Sicignano ... Flower Girl

Trevor Long ... Waiter

Sanjay Chandani ... Auctioneer (as Sanjay)
Diane Lee ... Night Duty Nurse
Joni Kramer ... Nurse
Shirlee Reed ... Nurse
Ken Gutstein ... Doctor
Adriana Jardini ... Social Worker
Robert Polance Rodriguez ... Priest
Roberta Danza ... Nun
Bridget Mariano ... Nun
Christine Wolfe ... Nun
José Hernández ... Bandleader

Selena ... Singer
Rosendo Casillas ... Mariachi Band #1
Esperanza Donlucas ... Mariachi Band #2
Filiberto Ramírez ... Mariachi Band #3
Santiago García ... Mariachi Band #4
Ernesto V. Molina ... Mariachi Band #5
Fernando C. Moreno ... Mariacho Band #6
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lorenzo Caccialanza ... Maitre D' (uncredited)

Juan Canopii ... Sidewalk Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Davo Coria ... Street Musician (uncredited)

Eva-Marie Fredric ... Harem Girl (uncredited)
Kim Giancaterino ... Harem Girl (uncredited)
Laura Levy ... Harem Girl (uncredited)
Sara Newman ... Harem Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Jeremy Leven 
Writing credits
Lord Byron (character Don Juan) (in part)

Jeremy Leven (written by)

Produced by
Francis Ford Coppola .... producer
Michael De Luca .... executive producer
Fred Fuchs .... producer
Robert F. Newmyer .... co-executive producer (as Robert Newmyer)
Patrick J. Palmer .... producer (as Patrick Palmer)
Brian Reilly .... co-executive producer
Jeffrey Silver .... co-executive producer
Ruth Vitale .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Kamen 
Robert John Lange 
Cinematography by
Ralf D. Bode  (as Ralf Bode)
Film Editing by
Antony Gibbs  (as Tony Gibbs)
Casting by
Lynn Kressel 
Production Design by
Sharon Seymour 
Art Direction by
Jeff Knipp 
Set Decoration by
Maggie Martin 
Costume Design by
Kirsten Everberg 
Makeup Department
Ron Berkeley .... makeup artist
Lucia Mace .... hair stylist
Vera Mitchell .... personal hairdresser: marlon brando
Laine Rykes .... makeup artist
Patty York .... makeup artist: Mr. Depp
Laine Rykes .... body makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Vincent Agostino .... production supervisor
Joe Fineman .... executive in charge of post-production
Carla Fry .... executive in charge of production
Patrick J. Palmer .... unit production manager (as Patrick Palmer)
Sara Romilly .... post-production supervisor
Ted Zachary .... executive in charge of production
Deborah Moore .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jerry Ballew .... first assistant director (as Jerry L. Ballew)
Eric Jewett .... first assistant director
Bob Kozicki .... second second assistant director (as Robert Kozicki)
Scott Metcalfe .... key second assistant director
Art Department
Deana Albers .... assistant property master
Maike Both .... buyer
Richard Brunton .... leadman
Scott Edward Collins .... set dresser
Tom Craig .... set dresser
McPherson O. Downs .... on set dresser
Steven E. Eyrse .... paint forman
Maureen Farley .... property master
Anne Hyvarinen .... head painter
Anne Hyvarinen .... scenic artist
Roger L. King .... construction gang boss
Kay Kropp .... stand-by painter
Wayne Lindholm .... construction foreman
Andrew Moore .... construction foreman
Rick Newsome .... storyboard artist
Carew Papritz .... set dresser
Francis J. Roix .... carpenter
Danny Ronay .... set painter
Theodore Sharps .... set designer
Jeremy Wakefield .... scenic artist
Helen Wilson .... draper
Liloa Wong .... greens foreman: Hawaii
Tony Gardner .... special props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Steve Bartkowicz .... re-recording engineer
G.W. Brown .... supervising adr editor
Gabriel Cubos .... boom operator
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Dane A. Davis .... supervising sound editor
Tommy Goodwin .... adr mixer
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
Todd Harris .... assistant sound editor
Bob Hile .... machine room operator
David Jobe .... foley mixer
Kini Kay .... foley supervisor
Richard Lightstone .... production sound mixer
Kimberly Ellen Lowe .... dialogue editor (as Kimberly Lowe Voigt)
Paul Massey .... sound re-recording mixer
Tom Perry .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Ken Skoglund .... foreign language dialogue editor
Todd Toon .... sound effects editor
Chet Leonard .... utility sound (uncredited)
Special Effects by
James Fredburg .... special effects
Bill Madden .... stunts
Mike H. McGaughy .... stunts (as Mike McGaughy)
Victor Paul .... stunt coordinator
John Phillip .... stunts
Denise Lynne Roberts .... stunts
Philip Romano .... stunts (as Phillip J. Romano)
Tom Townsend .... stunts
Jack Verbois .... stunts
Fred Waugh .... stunts (as Fred M. Waugh)
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Bernstein .... additional camera operator
Paul Bode .... second assistant camera
Tim Collins .... key rigging grip
Peter Gulla .... b camera operator
Mark Hadland .... best boy electric
Ian Kincaid .... gaffer
John R. Manocchia .... electrician
Jim McConocha .... electrician
Merrick Morton .... still photographer
Philip Sloan .... key grip
Michael Stone .... camera operator
Victor Svimonoff .... rigging gaffer
Brian Tilden .... best boy electric rigger
Steve Venetis .... electrician
Casting Department
Andrea Curtis .... casting
Raquel Osborne .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fred Lloyd .... costume supervisor
David Page .... costumer: Mr. Brando
Kenn Smiley .... costumer
Peggy Stamper .... costumer
Sloane Morrison .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Sherrye Gibbs .... first assistant film editor
Dan Muscarella .... color timer
Music Department
Andy Brown .... music contractor
Jc Carroll .... musician: accordian
Robert Elhai .... orchestrator
Geoff Foster .... score recordist
Zigmund Gron .... music editor
Michael Kamen .... conductor
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Stephen McLaughlin .... music mixer
Stephen McLaughlin .... music recordist
Bruce Robb .... music engineer
Bruce Robb .... music mixer
Dawn Soler .... music supervisor (as Dawn Solér)
Bruce Robb .... music recorder (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Chris Basso .... production van driver
Ted Basso .... production van driver operator
Gregory Dultz .... driver
Other crew
Jamie Lynn Arsenault .... production secretary
Kelly Barr .... production coordinator
Michael Battaglia .... unit publicist
Paul D. Boydston .... location manager (as Paul Boydston)
Francie Brown .... dialect coach
Joe Cacciotti .... key set production assistant
Jessica Drake .... dialect coach
Cam Eason .... production assistant: Hawaii
Robert Graf .... location manager
West Humphries .... caterer
Zachary Leven .... production assistant
Lance McDonald .... assistant choreographer
Tricia Ronten .... script supervisor
Adam Shankman .... choreographer
Burton Sharp .... adr group coordinator
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... inventory services (uncredited)
Daniel Veluzat .... location liaison (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content
97 min
Color (CFI)
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Did You Know?

According to Johnny Depp on the Turner Classic Movies documentary on Marlon Brando, in the scene where he and Brando are sitting at the table talking about the inconsistencies in DeMarco's (Depp) character, when DeMarco admits his father was from New York, Depp's lines were re-written just before shooting the scene so he had no time to prepare and memorize the lines. So Marlon Brando talked to the Director and cinematographer to find out where the cameras angles were. He then worked out a way in which he cut up Depp's lines in the script and pasted them to the cup of coffee in his hand and then held the cup in his hand in such a way that the camera wouldn't pick up the pasted lines and Depp could read them.See more »
Continuity: Dr. Mickler's clothes change between shots while Don Juan discusses being sold into enslavement.See more »
Don Juan:By seeing beyond what is visible to the eye. Now there are those, of course, who do not share my perceptions, it's true. When I say that all my woman are dazzling beauties, they object. The nose of this one is too large; the-the hips of another, they are too wide; perhaps the breasts of a third, they are too small. But I see these women for how they truly are...See more »
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55 out of 67 people found the following review useful.
Its one of those never-fail pick-me-up movies - fun, cheeky and sensual, 28 July 2004

Psychologist Dr Jack Mickler (Marlon Brando) is called upon to negotiate a man down from the top of a tall building - a man claiming to be the great Latin lover Don Juan de Marco (Johnny Depp). Although Mickler is about to retire, he agrees to take Mr de Marco on, and delve into his mind and past. What he didn't count on was that Don Juan is starting to make him feel like HE'S missing something...

The lives of Brando and Dunaway interact with their roles in the film - as oldies in need of rejuvenation by the young sex god. They were both sex symbols in their youth - Brando, till about the age of 60, was a real life Don Juan - he really HAS probably slept with over a thousand women. So if you know this it brings an interesting layer to the movie.

It is a great journey which calls up all the great noble romances of the past in a tongue in cheek manner, with a love of stories, of fantasy, of women.

I wouldn't hesitate to call it the most romantic movie ever made. If there was one flick you had to put on to set the right mood between you and a girl, this would be it.

Looking at Johnny Depp might also help her in that regard.

Its also a great fun family movie - which is a delicate balance to strike.


Disclaimer: there are about two sex scenes, which, though very discreetly and beautifully shot, featuring no vital organs, may be inappropriate for littlies, if you wish to shield them thus.

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