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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Eric Harlacher (written by)
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Release Date:
18 January 1999 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
They were warned that someday their pranks would go too far...
Plot:
An ex-con (Rick Schroder) returns to town after being released from prison and begins threatening his former college buddies about a frat party hazing incident that they all have tried to hide in their past. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Ricky Schroder ... Henry (as Rick Schroder)

Jack Noseworthy ... Oliver Larson

Michael Easton ... Charlie

Jayce Bartok ... Michael 'Doc' Petrovsky

Tara Reid ... The Girl

Jennifer Jostyn ... Cloe Larson
Jillian Berard ... Sarah Larson
Mary Ann Hagan ... Waitress (as Maryann KcKellar)
Kai Soremekun ... Tera

Andi Matheny ... Patient
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Monica Weitzel ... Girl in the pool
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Directed by
Paul Shapiro 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Eric Harlacher (written by)

Produced by
Judy Cairo .... producer
Jon Cowan .... executive producer
Judith A. Polone .... executive producer
Anne Tabor .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Dana Kaproff 
 
Cinematography by
Brian J. Reynolds 
 
Film Editing by
Craig Bench 
 
Casting by
Wendy Kurtzman 
 
Production Design by
Maria Caso 
 
Art Direction by
Michael D. Costello 
 
Set Decoration by
Damon Medlen 
 
Costume Design by
Elisabeth Scott 
 
Makeup Department
Sari Leitzman .... key makeup artist
Steven Mack .... department head hair stylist
 
Production Management
Stevie Nelson .... location production manager
Robert Bennett Steinhauer .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jeffrey M. Ellis .... first assistant director
Cynthia A. Potthast .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
William Apperson .... construction coordinator
James Arrigo .... general construction foreman
Greg Huyck .... property master
 
Sound Department
William H. Angarola .... sound supervisor
William H. Angarola .... supervising sound editor
Kevin Patrick Burns .... sound re-recording mixer
Rick Hinson .... sound effects editor
Todd Orr .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Robinson .... boom operator
Don Summer .... sound mixer
Fred Tator .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Milena Albert .... still photographer
Jake Avignone .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
William Clouter .... key grip
Jamie Companeschi .... camera loader
Alan Koplin .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Erik Loysen .... grip
Dave Porfiri .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dave Porfiri .... gaffer
Dave Porfiri .... second unit dirtector of photography
James S. Trois .... electrician
Peter Weyrauch .... camera operator: "b" camera
Peter Weyrauch .... director of photography: second unit
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lawrence Quon .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
J. Randolph Harrison .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Thurane AungKhin .... composer: additional music
Randall Householder .... composer: additional music
Nancy Severinson .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Jason Belsky .... transportation coordinator
Michael Doggett .... transportation coordinator
Wayne Flowers Jr. .... driver: honeywagon
Dirk Van Fleet .... driver for Tara Reid
 
Other crew
Chris Cheramie .... post production video coordinator
Karen Eachus .... script supervisor (as Karen Kirkpatrick)
Deanna Esmaeel .... animal trainer
Debra J. Kleid .... assistant production coordinator
Steven Mack .... hairstylist
William M. Povletich .... key production accountant
Chris Roensch .... production assistant
Karen Valdez .... production coordinator
Kim Smith .... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Murder at Devil's Glen" - UK, USA (alternative title)
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Runtime:
89 min
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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Made for TV movie has some good plot devices and performances., 5 July 2002
Author: stephen pomes (stephen.pomes@mms.gov) from New Orleans, La., USA

I happened to catch this movie on "Court TV," and the strength of the acting and the script came as a pleasant surprise for me. Often made for television movies leave much to be desired, but this was not the case here.

Although not a big budget picture, the screenwriter and director make good use of flashbacks to build tension for the audience. The scriptwriter and director develop the four lead characters well, and this degree of characterization is another of the assets of the film.

Four college fraternity brothers are involved in an accidental and unintentional killing of a young woman. To cover up the incident, the four bury the woman's body in an isolated area. Years later, one of the friends, Schroder, contacts the others about a proposed land development in the area where the body is buried. By this time, the three of four have gone onto other lives and other careers, hoping that this past incident remains a part of their respective past experiences. One becomes a dentist, while another becomes an assistant district attorney. Schroder's character is an ex-convict, however. The four travel to the isolated area to remove the evidence of the killing. Given the tensions and anxieties of the men, the plotline does not go in a simple, linear fashion.

Since I am faithful viewer of "NYPD Blue," I knew that Rick Schroder would put in an excellent performance. Schroder's character, a menacing villain, is both manipulative and charming.

While watching the film, I kept thinking of Rob Reiner's "Stand by Me," in which a group of boys journey to an isolated, wooded area, to see a dead body of a missing teenager. Both films use the respective journeys and flashbacks to reveal aspects of the main characters (their fears, ambitions, etc.).

Although "What We Did That Night" is a modest film, it is nevertheless very good and deserving of more attention and distribution.

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