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G.I. Jane -- A female Senator succeeds in enrolling a woman into Navy SEALS training where everyone expects her to fail.

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Lieutenant Jordan O'Neil wanted to join in, everybody else what's her to fail See more »
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A female Senator succeeds in enrolling a woman into Combined Reconnaissance Team training where everyone expects her to fail. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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1 win & 2 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Demi Moore ... Jordan O'Neill

Viggo Mortensen ... Master Chief John James Urgayle

Anne Bancroft ... Lillian DeHaven

Jason Beghe ... Royce

Daniel von Bargen ... Theodore Hayes (as Daniel Von Bargen)

John Michael Higgins ... Chief of Staff

Kevin Gage ... Instructor Pyro

David Warshofsky ... Instructor Johns

David Vadim ... Cortez

Morris Chestnut ... McCool

Josh Hopkins ... Flea

Jim Caviezel ... Slovnik

Boyd Kestner ... Wickwire
Angel David ... Newberry

Stephen Ramsey ... Stamm

Gregg Bello ... Miller

Scott Wilson ... C.O. Salem

Lucinda Jenney ... Blondell

Ted Sutton ... Flag Officer
Gary Wheeler ... Flag Officer

Donn Swaby ... Yeoman Davis

Jack Gwaltney ... Goldstein

Neal Jones ... Duty Officer
Rhonda Overby ... Civilian Secretary

Stephen Mendillo ... Admiral O'Connor
Dan DePaola ... Cook Compliments (as Dan De Paola)

Susan Aston ... Civilian Girl
John Seitz ... J.A.G.
Kent Lindsey ... J.A.G.
Bob Moore ... WNM Reporter

Harry Humphries ... Artillery Instructor
Michael Currie ... Commission Speaker

Steve Gonzales ... Press Hound
Arthur Max ... Barber
Billy Dowd ... Photographer
Duffy Gaver ... Instructor

Scott Helvenston ... Instructor
Phil Neilson ... Hostile Rat

Dimitri Diatchenko ... Trainee
David Bruce ... Trainee
David Overton ... Trainee
Hashem Shaalan ... Trainee
Chris Soule ... Trainee

Joseph Makkar ... Libyan Sentry (as Joseph Merzak Makkar)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rick Cramer ... Scorpion Leader (uncredited)

Dani Englander ... DeHaven Aide (uncredited)
Joseph Epinette ... Commando (uncredited)
Lee Eskey ... Treasury Lawyer (uncredited)
Rocky Essex ... Humvee Vehicle Operator (uncredited)
Larry Guardino ... Older Soldier (uncredited)

Rodney J. Hobbs ... C-SPAN Technician (uncredited)
Raymond H. Johnson ... Senator (uncredited)

Jesse G. Martin ... Specialty, pilot (uncredited)

Diandra Newlin ... Jane's Neighbor (uncredited)

Jim Pearson ... SEAL Instructor (uncredited)

Thomas Reid ... DC Police Officer (uncredited)

Doug Roberts ... Horse Trader (uncredited)
Courtney Talbot ... Bar Tender (uncredited)

Michael Wayne Thomas ... C-SPAN Reporter (uncredited)
Scott Welchons ... Military Extra (uncredited)

Irene Ziegler ... DeHaven's Aide (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ridley Scott 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Danielle Alexandra (story)

David Twohy (screenplay) and
Danielle Alexandra (screenplay)

Produced by
Danielle Alexandra .... executive producer
Julie Bergman Sender .... executive producer
Roger Birnbaum .... producer
Diane Minter Lewis .... associate producer
Tim McBride .... associate producer
Demi Moore .... producer
Terry Needham .... associate producer
Ridley Scott .... producer
Suzanne Todd .... producer
Nigel Wooll .... co-producer
Chris Zarpas .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Trevor Jones 
 
Cinematography by
Hugh Johnson (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Pietro Scalia 
 
Casting by
Louis DiGiaimo  (as Louis Di Giaimo)
Brett Goldstein 
 
Production Design by
Arthur Max 
 
Art Direction by
William Hiney (supervising art director) (as Bill Hiney)
Richard L. Johnson  (as Richard Johnson)
 
Set Decoration by
Cindy Carr 
 
Costume Design by
Marilyn Vance 
 
Makeup Department
Diana Acrey .... key hair stylist: California
Enzo Angileri .... hair stylist: Ms. Moore
Kylie Bell .... assistant makeup artist
Dorothy D. Fox .... chief hair stylist (as Dorothy Fox)
Joanne Gair .... makeup artist: Ms. Moore
Rodger Jacobs .... makeup artist
Barbara Lacy .... makeup artist
Cheryl Markowitz .... key makeup artist: California (as Cheryl Ann Markowitz)
Cheri Minns .... chief makeup artist
Brad Wilder .... makeup artist
Sherri Bramlett .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Jane Alexandra Foster .... makeup artist: end credits sequence (uncredited)
Stephen Robinette .... hair stylist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Daneen Lagrone Conroy .... production supervisor (as Daneen Conroy)
Donald Heitzer .... production manager: California (as Don Heitzer)
Michele Imperato .... unit production manager
Pat Rand .... post-production manager: Caravan Pictures
Michael Solinger .... post-production supervisor
Nigel Wooll .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
J. David Brightbill .... second second assistant director (as David Brightbill)
Hugh Johnson .... second unit director: Washington D.C.
Terry Needham .... first assistant director
Darin Rivetti .... second assistant director
Adam Somner .... second assistant director
Christopher Surgent .... second second assistant director (as Chris Surgent)
 
Art Department
Chuck Askerneese .... on-set dresser
Eric J. Bates .... property master (as Eric Bates)
Ron Breedlove .... construction manager: Washington D.C.
Jon Danniells .... lead man
William Davidson .... general foreman
Allan Gordon .... property master: California (as Allan J. Gordon)
Thomas Minton .... set designer
Dan Pemberton .... construction coordinator
Virginia L. Randolph .... art director: California (as Virginia K. Randolph Weaver)
Rob Simons .... assistant art director: Washington D.C.
Bill Taliaferro .... assistant art director
Merritt Wise .... labor foreman
Karen Agresti .... buyer (uncredited)
Jamie Arbuckle .... set dresser (uncredited)
Kurt Beckler .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sean Bernard .... painter (uncredited)
Mark W. Brown .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Carl Catanese .... leadman: Washington, DC (uncredited)
Rick Chavez .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Christopher L. Conner .... carpenter (uncredited)
Larry A. Cornick .... second lead man (uncredited)
Don Dalstra .... carpenter (uncredited)
Abigail Drury .... painter (uncredited)
Abigail Drury .... scenic painter (uncredited)
Stephen P. Durante .... set dresser (uncredited)
Frank M. Fleming .... set dresser (uncredited)
William F. Gambill .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Daniel J. Gillooly .... greens coordinator (uncredited)
Antoinette J. Gordon .... lead set designer (uncredited)
Chris Grantz .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sean Hargreaves .... illustrator (uncredited)
Michael D. Harrell .... leadman (uncredited)
Sean Hood .... swing gang (uncredited)
Bill 'Kauhane' Hoyt .... stand-by painter (uncredited)
Andrea Levine .... property assistant (uncredited)
Robert Loring Jr. .... stand-by greens (uncredited)
Maureen McGuire .... buyer (uncredited)
Thomas C. Mentzer .... carpenter (uncredited)
Angela O'Neill .... assistant property master (uncredited)
James Passanante .... paint supervisor: Washington DC (uncredited)
Jeremy Alan Read .... set dresser (uncredited)
Ricky Riggs .... painter (uncredited)
Courtney Talbot .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Dave Trevino .... lead painter (uncredited)
Thomas R. Wagner .... on-set props/weapons: second unit (uncredited)
Thomas R. Wagner .... property assistant: second unit (uncredited)
Cary Whittaker .... leadman (uncredited)
Cary Whittaker .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Campbell Askew .... supervising sound editor
Jeremy Child .... sound editor
John Cochrane .... dialogue editor
Sarah Dane .... assistant sound editor (as Sara Dane)
Graham Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Gavin .... adr editor
John Ireland .... foley editor
Derek Lomas .... assistant sound editor
Ray Merrin .... sound re-recording mixer
Randy Nielsen .... utility sound technician (as Randy L. Nielsen)
David M. Ronne .... sound mixer: California (as David Ronne)
Timothy P. Salmon .... boom operator
Jules Strasser .... boom operator: California
Adrian Trent .... assistant sound editor
Keith A. Wester .... production sound mixer
Laura Evans .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Phillip Beck .... special effects (as Philip Beck Jr.)
Chris Brenczewski .... special effects
Jeff Frink .... special effects
Steve Galich .... special effects coordinator
Ken Gorrell .... special effects
Morgan Guynes .... special effects
Allen Peppy Richardson .... special effects
Jeff Sparks .... special effects
Ray Svedin .... special effects
Joe Barden .... special effects (uncredited)
Don Dalstra .... special effects crew (uncredited)
David Fletcher .... special effects foreman (uncredited)
Mike Gerzevitz .... underwater effects rigger (uncredited)
Michael J. Hudson .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Scott Mobley .... special effects propmaker (uncredited)
Scott Mobley .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Howard Allen Richardson .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
David Sewell .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Steve Bolan .... utility stunts
Duffy Gaver .... utility stunts
Scott Helvenston .... utility stunts
Leigh Hennessy .... stunt double: Demi Moore
G. Peter King .... utility stunts (as Peter King)
Mark Lonsdale .... utility stunts
Phil Neilson .... stunt coordinator
Keith Woulard .... co-stunt coordinator
Matthew R. Anderson .... safety diver (uncredited)
Brian Finn .... stunts (uncredited)
Allen Gerbino .... stunt pilot (uncredited)
Charles Grisham .... stunts (uncredited)
Cinda-Lin James .... stunt double (uncredited)
Jim Pearson .... boat stunts (uncredited)
Darrin Prescott .... stunts (uncredited)
Hash Shallan .... stunts (uncredited)
Keith Woulard .... stunt double: Morris Chestnut (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ben Bardin .... best boy rigging grip: Florida/South Carolina (as Ben A. Bardin)
Stuart Bicknell .... electrician
Rhett Bloomquist .... best boy rigging grip: Washington D.C.
Terry Bowen .... camera operator
Phil Bray .... still photographer
David Brink .... second assistant camera
Gideon Carpenter .... best boy rigging electric: Florida/South Carolina
Andrew Reed Conner .... electrician (as Andrew Conner)
Bill Fiedler .... electrician
Chuck Finch .... gaffer
Sean Finnegan .... grip
Will Fowler .... video consultant
Gerrit Garretsen .... second camera grip
Michael Goldman .... electrician
Edward 'Gooch' Gutierrez .... grip (as Edward Gutierrez)
Craig Haagensen .... camera operator
Daniel R. Haizlip .... best boy grip
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse .... grip (as Chunky Huse)
Kevin Jackson .... grip
Gary Kangrga .... key grip: California
Eric Leftridge .... additional camera assistant
Scott W. Leftridge .... camera grip (as Scott Leftridge)
Craig Ligget .... rigging gaffer
Steven Litecky .... best boy electric
William McConnell .... first assistant camera: California (as William M. McConnell)
Fred L. McLane .... first assistant camera (as Fred McLane)
Daniel Mindel .... director of photography: second unit, California
Steve Owen .... key rigging grip
Frank Parrish .... second assistant camera
Todd Ranson .... electrician
Tony Rivetti .... first assistant camera
Frank Ryan .... grip
John Scanlan .... best boy rigging electric: Washington D.C.
Richard Scarpone .... video assist operator
Lee Shapira .... key rigging grip: Washington D.C.
John Skotchdopole .... first assistant camera
Jeff Sondberg .... best boy electric: California
Robert Spencer .... electrician
Andrew Taylor .... grip (as Andy Taylor)
Rick Uva .... grip
Chris Walters .... rigging gaffer: Washington D.C.
Steve Adcock .... first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Willie E. Dawkins .... electrician (uncredited)
Frank Detone Jr. .... grip (uncredited)
Gerardo Gutierrez .... grip (uncredited)
Brian Heller .... aerial camera operator (uncredited)
Jason Maresch .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Greg Martin .... rigger grip (uncredited)
David B. Nowell .... aerial director of photography (uncredited)
Carl Post .... pre-rigging grip (uncredited)
Tom Schurke .... video playback supervisor (uncredited)
Jeffrey P. Soderberg .... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Ian Speed .... libra technician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Billy Dowd .... extras casting
John Strawbridge .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nancy Cone .... costumer: Ms. Moore
Ed Fincher .... costume supervisor: California
Joe McCloskey .... key costumer
David Rawley .... costume supervisor
Anthony J. Lipin .... costumer (uncredited)
Tony Lipin .... costumer (uncredited)
Annalisa Strickland .... set costumer: California (uncredited)
John M. 'Jack' Wright .... set costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
John Bickford .... laboratory liaison: Technicolor, US
Paul Elman .... assistant editor
John Ensby .... laboratory liaison: Technicolor, UK
Paul Ensby .... color timer
Chris Innis .... associate editor
Marisa Johnston .... post-production coordinator: Caravan Pictures
Tristan Mullane .... assistant editor
Pamela Power .... additional editor (as Pam Power)
Mark Sale .... assistant editor
Lee 'Flea' Shulman .... post-production intern (as Lee Shulman)
Fulvio Valsangiacomo .... apprentice editor
Jason Wheeler .... negative cutter
Chisako Yokoyama .... assistant editor
John Marston .... assistant editor: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Geoff Alexander .... orchestrator
Giles Baker .... assistant music editor
Paul Clarvis .... musician: ethnic percussion
Clem Clempson .... musician: guitar
Peter Cobbin .... additional music recordist
Andrew Glen .... music editor
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestral contractor
Nick Ingman .... orchestrator
Trevor Jones .... orchestrator
Julian Kershaw .... orchestrator
Alex Marcou .... music editing engineer
Jill Meyers .... music business affairs
Charlie Morgan .... musician: drum kit
Kathy Nelson .... music supervisor
Simon Rhodes .... music recording mixer
Victoria Seale .... music coordinator
Belinda Sykes .... orchestral voice
Phil Todd .... musician: ewi solo
Kirsty Whalley .... synthesizer programmer
Gavyn Wright .... orchestra leader (as Gavin Wright)
 
Transportation Department
Lee Garibaldi .... transportation captain
Gene Johnson .... transportation coordinator: Virginia
Russell McEntyre .... transportation coordinator: California (as Russ McEntyre)
Danny Mortenson .... transportation captain: Florida/South Carolina (as Daniel Mortenson Jr.)
Robert W. Simpson .... transportation captain: Virginia (as Rob Simpson)
Tommy Tancharoen .... transportation coordinator
Doug Wilson .... driver
Gilbert Young .... transportation captain: Washington D.C.
Don Baer .... driver (uncredited)
Robert aaron Brown .... driver (uncredited)
Richard Curry .... driver: Ms. Moore (uncredited)
Bo Falck .... transportation captain (uncredited)
William Hogue .... driver (uncredited)
Anthony J. Mignano .... driver (uncredited)
Ron Parsell .... talent driver (uncredited)
Jerry Sidwell .... driver (uncredited)
John H. Stephens .... driver (uncredited)
Robert Van Apeldoorn .... transportation (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Rick Baer .... first assistant accountant
Andy Birmingham .... production controller
Bonni Camen .... office production assistant
Karyn V. Cody .... technical advisor: Washington D.C. (as Karyn Cody)
Adam Collins .... set production assistant
Deirdre De Tappan .... production coordinator: Caravan Pictures
Ned Dowd .... head of production: Caravan Pictures
Terry J. Erdmann .... publicist
Carol Flaisher .... location manager: Virginia
Carol Flaisher .... location manager: Washington D.C.
Gary Gillingham .... production accountant
Craig Glaser .... craft service
Ken Haber .... location manager: California
Harry Humphries .... technical advisor
Greg Joujon-Roche .... fitness trainer: Ms. Moore, Hollistic Fitness Corp. (as Greg Jou Jou Roche)
Greg Joujon-Roche .... workout choreographer (as Greg Jou Jou Roche)
Jule 'Champ' Kaufmann .... office production assistant (as Jule Kaufmann)
Luca Kouimelis .... script supervisor
Anne Lai .... assistant: Ridley Scott
Shari Leibowitz .... production coordinator
Chris McComb .... assistant accountant
John McSweeney .... assistant location manager: Virginia
Rob Meisenholder .... assistant accountant
Sarah Millar .... assistant accountant
Frank Moorefield .... medic
Mary Morgan .... location manager: Florida/South Carolina
Mark W. Nelson .... delivery supervisor
David Paris .... aerial coordinator
Julie Payne .... assistant: Ridley Scott
Carl Post .... location contact: Florida/South Carolina
Errol Reichow .... location manager: California
Mark Reinking .... assistant: Ms. Moore (as Mark 'Hunter' Reinking)
Catherine Schwenn .... assistant production coordinator
Alison Sherman .... production coordinator: Washington D.C.
Neville Shulman .... special consultant: Ridley Scott
Clare St. John .... production coordinator: London
Amy Taft .... production coordinator
Marion Tumen .... script supervisor: California
Annette Vait .... production associate
Tania Vujic-Powell .... liaison: London (as Tania Powell)
Marlena Wilkens .... executive assistant: Mr. Birnbaum, Caravan Pictures
Kelly Wroe .... stand-in: Ms. Moore
Chris Beal .... production assistant (uncredited)
Kathleen Beall .... location scout (uncredited)
Jesse Russell Brooks III .... production assistant (uncredited)
Mark Ross Edrys .... stand-in (uncredited)
Michael J. Fowler .... computer playback operator (uncredited)
Mitch Harbeson .... location scout (uncredited)
Pauline Hume .... title designer: end titles (uncredited)
Beverly Jusi .... first accountant (uncredited)
Lauren Lloyd .... studio executive (uncredited)
Richard Marcinko .... advisor (uncredited)
Jim McCarthy .... production accountant (uncredited)
Emily McGovern .... production assistant (uncredited)
Matthew H. O'Connor .... marine coordinator (uncredited)
Steve Park .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ben Pezzillo .... production assistant (uncredited)
Vincente Stasolla .... production assistant (uncredited)
Thomas R. Wagner .... weapons handler: second unit (uncredited)
Sam Wells .... stand-in: Jason Beghe (uncredited)
Howard Young .... construction accountant (uncredited)
Garson Yu .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc .... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Isabel Hill .... thanks: The South Carolina Film Commission
Jeff Monks .... thanks: The South Carolina Film Commission
Susan Simms .... thanks: Florida Entertainment Commission
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Rated R for language and combat violence
Runtime:
125 min
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Trivia:
The poem cited by Master Chief Urgayle is "Self-Pity" by D.H. Lawrence.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: At the end of the S.E.R.E. scene, the Master Chief passes Instructor Johns a bottle of liquor. Johns takes a sip out of frame, but when the bottle enters the frame, the cap is still screwed on.See more »
Quotes:
Master Chief John Urgayle:Instructor Pyro.
Sgt. Max Pyro, Instructor:Aye aye, Master Chief. Instructors. Boat Crews! Stand by your boats! MOVE YOUR ASSES!
[everyone scrambles]
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What are the giant barrels the trainees are pushing up & down the sand dunes?
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57 out of 74 people found the following review useful.
Maybe Demi Moore does have what it takes, 22 February 1999
Author: Sean Gallagher (seankgallagher@yahoo.com) from Brooklyn, NY

I fully admit I am not the biggest Demi Moore fan in the world. As a matter of fact, she's been in some of my least favorite movies of the decade (A FEW GOOD MEN, INDECENT PROPOSAL, THE SCARLET LETTER, THE JUROR, STRIPTEASE), and she really hasn't been good in any of those. But she did win me over in this movie, because she lives up to her character's line, "Look, I'm not trying to make any sort of statement here." And she isn't. Instead of letting vanity get in the way, or injecting pathos, she lets her actions speak for her, just like her character does in trying to win acceptance as a SEAL. The haircut scene is a good example; though it's directed with cinematic flourish, she does it matter-of-fact.

Moore's performance is one of the two performances that elevate this from your standard grunts-become-soldiers movie. The other is the riveting Viggo Mortenson as the Master Chief, who's the drill instructor. He doesn't play the role as a sadistic tyrant, but rather as a subtle manipulator who gradually recognizes Jordan O'Neill(Moore) is someone worth taking seriously. He also avoids going for pathos.

The movie is best when it concentrates on the training. Ironically, making just a standard grunts-become-soldiers movie makes its message work, because like O'Neill's superiors, we take her seriously because she becomes no different than anyone else. The beginning is bad, and the climatic battle at the end is overblown, which weakens the movie. Still, it's worth a look, and I maintain Moore was only given a Razzie Award for this movie and performance because of her past work, and the naysayers really weren't paying attention to her performance here.

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