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Director:
Writer:
Ron McGee (teleplay)
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Release Date:
28 June 2000 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
They achieved worldwide fame but, what they wanted... was respect.
Plot:
The story of the Pre-Fab Four and their fight to be taken seriously as musicians. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
George Stanchev ... Davy Jones
L.B. Fisher ... Peter Tork

Jeff Geddis ... Mike Nesmith

Aaron Lohr ... Micky Dolenz

Colin Ferguson ... Van Foreman

Wallace Langham ... Don Kirshner

Stephen Bogaert ... Harris Green

Polly Shannon ... Phyllis Nesmith

Jim Thorburn ... Derek

Sarah Lafleur ... Carla (as Sarah LaFleur)
Toby Proctor ... Auditioner #1
Balázs Koós ... Beatnik Friend (as Balasz Kooks)

Jeffrey R. Smith ... Auditioner #2 (as Jeff Smith)
Joe Matheson ... Drunk Businessman
Charlotte Leonard ... Young Girlfriend #1
Karley Marek ... T-Shirt Woman
Edward Glen ... Producer
Jeff Ironi ... Policeman #1
Christopher Crumb ... John
Jason Knight ... Paul
Colin Evans ... George
Graham Harley ... Davy's Dad

Katie Griffin ... Award Presenter
Tim Hall ... Cooler Kid

Larry Bain ... Young Guy
Jennifer Foster ... Mother
Connor Cunningham ... Little Boy
Tony Springer ... Jimi Hendrix

Robert B. Kennedy ... Reporter (as Robert Kennedy)
Ron Payne ... Mr. Russel
Paul A. MacFarlane ... Security Guard
Courtney Hawkrigg ... Girl Fan

Amanda May ... English Woman
Nicole Dicker ... School Girl
Lillian Lewis ... Socialite Woman

Kevin Hare ... Important Executive
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jamie Ferenczi ... Audrey Hepburn driving red mustang through Paramount Studio (uncredited)

Peter Tork ... Cameo (uncredited)

Directed by
Neill Fearnley 
 
Writing credits
Ron McGee (teleplay)

Harold Bronson  book "Hey Hey We're the Monkees" (uncredited)

Produced by
Howard Braunstein .... executive producer
Michael Jaffe .... executive producer
Susan Murdoch .... producer
Marilyn Stonehouse .... executive producer
Harold Bronson .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Fred Mollin (original score)
 
Cinematography by
David A. Makin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Stephen Lawrence 
 
Production Design by
Rolf Harvey 
 
Set Decoration by
Malcolm Glassford 
 
Costume Design by
Mary Partridge-Raynor  (as Mary Partridge)
 
Makeup Department
Karola Dirnberger .... hair department head
Dawn E. Rivard .... facial hair builder
Dorothy Smith .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Joanne Jackson .... production manager
Michael G. Larkin .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Avrel Fisher .... first assistant director
Ken A. Smith .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Dean Batute .... technical consultant
Joseph Bower .... assistant head scenic
Malcolm Byard .... sets buyer
Jean-Pierre Charbonneau .... construction coordinator (as J-P Charbonneau)
Ann-Marie Ferney-Tellez .... on-set dresser
Sean McLoughlin .... assistant art director
Kevin Pierson .... property master
 
Sound Department
David Appleby .... re-recording mixer
Elius Caruso .... re-recording mixer
Kevin Galbraith .... boom operator
Thomas Hidderley .... production sound mixer (as Tom Hidderley)
Ian Hopkins .... adr editor
Jim Hopkins .... sound effects editor
Catherine Hutton .... dialogue editor
Sid Lieberman .... foley artist
Catherine Rix .... looper
Mike Woroniuk .... re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Derek Liscoumb .... special effects technician (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Mark Savela .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Tom Farr .... stunt double: Davy
Jamie Jones .... stunt actor: Waiter
Dwayne McLean .... stunt actor: Policeman #2
Alison Reid .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Alanthwaite .... gaffer
Andy Chmura .... camera operator
Ben Mark Holzberg .... still photographer
John Medland .... still photographer
Monty Montgomerie .... first assistant key grip
Michael O'Connor .... key grip (as Mike O'Connor)
 
Casting Department
Jon Comerford .... casting: Toronto
Shana Landsburg .... casting: Los Angeles
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Catherine Ashton .... assistant costume designer
Gayle Franklin .... costume buyer
Robyn Rosenberg .... costume set supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Frank Biasi .... on-line editor
Rick Greenhead .... telecine colorist
Arlene Moelker .... colorist: dailies
Joanne Rourke .... colorist: tape-to-tape
Marc Roussel .... assistant picture editor
 
Location Management
Avi Federgreen .... location manager
Barbara Pullan .... assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Fred Mollin .... music supervisor
Brian Nevin .... music recordist
Jeff Wolpert .... music editor
Jeff Wolpert .... music mixer
 
Transportation Department
Greg O'Hara .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Harold Bronson .... creative consultant
Marie-Claude Harnois .... production coordinator
Lynn Josephson Delaney .... executive assistant to producer
Miriam Laurence .... on set dialect coach
Nicole Wilder .... production coordinator: VH1
Elaine Yarish .... script supervisor
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for drug content (Number 38644)
Runtime:
92 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Australia:PG | USA:PG-13 (Number 38644)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
One scene shows a person using Liquid Paper to correct sheet music. Liquid Paper was invented by Michael Nesmith's mother.See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Polly Shannon, as Phyllis Nesmith (wife of Monkee Mike) did not even attempt a Texas accent; she actually sounds British.See more »
Quotes:
Davy Jones:You know blokes, I don't think we're wanted here.
Mike Nesmith:You know, this sounds like every party I've ever been invited to. People always wanted me to leave.
Micky Dolenz:Ohoh, and miss all your warmth and charm?
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
Last Train To ClarksvilleSee more »

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
This movie is best viewed on DVD., 12 October 2002
Author: Ivanhoe

As a movie, <i>Daydream Believers</i> seemed rather hastily put together, especially in terms of the script.&nbsp; This is, perhaps, not the most informative or accurate bit you'll ever see about the Monkees.&nbsp; However, the movie succeeds in telling a good story and championing the Monkees for their talent as entertainers <i>and</i> as musicians, as well as explaining with clarity some of the things about the Monkees that are commonly misunderstood.&nbsp; It receives bonus points for very good casting, and for prominently featuring &#0147;All of Your Toys,&#0148; one of the Monkees&#0146; great &#0147;lost&#0148; songs (and among the first the Monkees recorded together as a real band).

Where the movie is good, the DVD is great&#0151;not for any spectacular audio/video presentation, but in the extras.&nbsp; Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork each have their own commentary tracks, on which they discuss various points on Monkee history from their own points-of-view.&nbsp; These are very revealing and informative, and bless the movie for providing the platform for the Monkees to comment on the types of things that never come up in interviews.&nbsp; But if you want interviews, the DVD also delivers rather lengthy ones by the three participating Monkees.&nbsp; New Concorde should be commended for getting Monkee participation on this disc.&nbsp; It transformed a somewhat inconsequential (albeit entertaining) movie into something really worthwhile.

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