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Michael Ironside (writer)
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Release Date:
1 January 1999 (USA) See more »
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Where Do You Hide When You Know Too Much?
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When a load of cash and dead underworld assassins are found at the scene of a drug deal gone sour, Candy... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Michael Ironside ... Det. Francis John 'Jack' Connor

Currie Graham ... Det. Leper

Lori Petty ... Candy

Patricia Charbonneau ... Marion Markel

George Buza ... Willy Morton
Paul Coeur ... Capt. Ward Jenesen

Richard Riehle ... Det. Bert Hershak

Kevin McNulty ... Agent Dackhouse

Bill Dow ... Father Kirby
Taborah Johnson ... Dale Rogers

Malcolm Stewart ... Peter Enwright
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rick Ash ... Bartender
Michael Charrois ... Eddie Fleece

Johnny Cuthbert ... Cobb (as Jon Cuthbert)
Tom Glass ... Side kick #1

Stacy Grant ... Rachel Henderson
Jim Gray ... Biker

Dakota House ... Dog Collar
Eric Johnson ... Grounds keeper

Greg Lawson ... Arnold Tatter
Darren Lucas ... Doctor
David McNally ... Sergei
Larry Reese ... Emilio
Nizar Saab ... Side kick #2

Jacqueline Samuda ... Olga

Alvin Sanders ... Abraham Johnson
Jan Alexandra Smith ... Agent Helfer
Danny Wattley ... Sugar
John Wright ... Walter Lobe

Harold L. Brown ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Ironside 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Ironside  writer

Produced by
Ciro Dammicco .... executive producer
Bruce Harvey .... producer
Warren Harvey .... assistant producer
Shannon McLelland .... assistant producer
 
Original Music by
Neil Smolar 
 
Cinematography by
Brian R.R. Hebb 
 
Film Editing by
Bridget Durnford 
 
Casting by
Mary Jo Slater 
Paul Weber 
 
Production Design by
Terry Gunvordahl 
 
Set Decoration by
Jim Murray 
 
Costume Design by
Joan Boyko 
 
Makeup Department
Lloyd Bell .... assistant hair stylist
Rosemarie Diekmann .... key hair stylist
Cathy Nicoll .... assistant makeup artist
Merelee Panych .... assistant hair stylist
Margaret Yaworski .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Dennis Fitzgerald .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Glenn MacIntosh .... first assistant director
Martin Pedersen .... second assistant director
Troy Rudolph .... trainee assistant director
Pamela Wintringham .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Marian Brant .... property buyer
Scott Bricker .... painter
Kim Farley .... set dresser
Mel Geary .... assistant set decorator
Carrie Gour .... property buyer
Jim Gray .... on-set dresser
Myron Hyrak .... property master
Wayne Jeannotte .... assistant props
Marissa Kochanski .... painter
Vincent Meseck .... scenic construction
Elyne Quan .... painter
Emily Scarfe .... art department trainee
David Segerts .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Gashtaseb Ariana .... re-recording mixer
Hennie Britton .... foley
Shane Connelly .... sound
Gordon Durity .... re-recording mixer
Jim Harrington .... foley
Patrick Haskill .... sound effects editor
Heidi Holm .... sound assistant
Gael MacLean .... sound supervisor
Jonathan McCleery .... assistant sound
Christine McLeod .... assistant sound
John Taylor .... dialogue editor
Tony Wyman .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Jim Cammaert .... special effects supervisor
Nicki Cammaert .... special effects assistant
Richard Gregson .... special effects assistant
Alan Poole .... special effects senior technician
Eric Salter-Pederson .... special effects assistant
 
Stunts
Guy Bews .... stunt coordinator
Guy Bews .... stunts
Jason Glass .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gordon Armstrong .... electrician
Douglas Bruce .... electrician
Cory Budney .... camera operator
Julian Ferreira .... still photographer
Darren Findling .... camera assistant trainee
John Fitzgerald .... camera assistant trainee
Keith Flanagan .... key grip
Warren Gibson .... best boy grip
Leslie Hamm .... assistant camera
Daryl Hartwell .... grip trainee
Scott-George LaFleur .... electrician
Peter Locock .... grip
Garry Mackie .... dolly grip
Bruce MacPherson .... grip
Peter Markowski .... electrical best boy
Angus McNevin .... grip
Mark Mistal .... electrician trainee
Chooch Paglaro .... 24 frame video operator
Ryan Patterson .... grip
Christopher Price .... grip
Grizz Salzl .... camera operator: "b" camera
Brent J. Taylor .... grip
Al Wightmore .... generator operator
Martin Wilde .... gaffer
 
Casting Department
Bette Chadwick .... casting: Canada
Candice Elzinga .... casting: Canada
Rhonda Fisekci .... assistant casting: Canada
Carmen Kotyk .... extras casting
Timothy Michals .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christine Bernardo .... seamstress
Mary Hyde-Kerr .... wardrobe set supervisor
Marsha Scott .... seamstress
Leanne Townsend .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Deirdre Bennett .... post-production coordinator
Claudia Durnford .... assistant editor
Dana Neville .... color timer
Melissa Wegman .... Bond Co. Post Superviser
 
Location Management
Ed Huery .... assistant locations
Bill Kuchera .... location manager
Eric Rebalkin .... assistant locations
 
Transportation Department
Jane Bows .... driver
Robin Bunney .... transportation captain
George Fitzgerald .... driver: honeywagon
Mike Fitzgerald .... driver
Dale Kemp .... driver
John MacDonnell .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Larissa Banting .... publicity director
Darren Cissell .... production coordinator
Richard Elliott .... auditor
Michelle Gougeon .... production secretary
Ava Karvonen .... publicity director
Linda MacLean .... accountant
Kyla Maki .... office production assistant
Michele Patsula .... script supervisor
Rachel Viszmeg .... craft service
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Blood Money" - USA (video title)
"Deadly Arrangement" - Canada (English title)
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95 min
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8 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
TRIES TO BE TOO FANCY FOR HIS LINEAGE., 20 July 2004
Author: rsoonsa (rsoonsa@bandbbooks.com) from Mountain Mesa, California

In his first effort at directing, Michael Ironside completes his duties in fine fashion but is hamstrung by his own script that remains mired in the cliche-filled species of police procedural cinema, with a result that this low budget affair, although being a pleasure to look upon and seldom dull, is burdened with continuity flaws and overdone devices native to a genre well-kenned to Ironside. Better titled as BLOOD MONEY for its American home video release, the film's action begins with a robbery and murder of five drug dealers, upon which Detectives Connor ( Ironside) and LaPierre (Currie Graham) from a police department of an unnamed United States city, are assigned to the investigation that has also attracted the attention, for varying reasons, of two federal agencies that obviously place greater worth upon solving the crime than may be reckoned by dollar recovery. Ironside is quite ambitious within his screenplay and one readily perceives that a new primary character appears during nearly each scene in the film's first half - there are nine lead players and about 20 principals, with 11 roles cut to fit a two million dollar budget (a good portion of the cast worked at scale); however, providing appropriate dialogue for each character while fulfilling the many other directoral functions becomes a bit overwhelming for a first-time overseer. Ironside and Graham are as capable as ever in their parts and good turns are provided by Richard Riehle, Bill Dow and Jon Cuthbert, whereas peculiar Lori Petty is obviously somewhat of a tartar for Ironside and her role thankfully dims as the film (shot in Edmonton, Alberta) progresses; a standout contribution is from Brian Hebb for his cinematographic compositions utilizing highly creative lighting skills that are aptly wed to the palettes of designer Terry Gunvordahl and Jim Murray for his sets; an effective score is composed by Neil Smolar and the sound mixing is top-flight.

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