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30 September 2001 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Brian Dennehy ... Matthew Hope

Debrah Farentino ... Josie Leeds

Mary Stuart Masterson ... Patricia Demming

Rosalind Chao ... Li Mei Chen

John Doman ... Stephen Leeds

Glenn Plummer ... Warren Chambers

Jason Beghe ... Carter Simmons

Cindy Oliver ... Joanna Hope
Huan Bui ... Minh Thi Tang
Ninh Le ... Trinh Mang Duc
Roel Failma ... Vietnamese Man #1

Marcus Young ... Vietnamese Man #2

Ron Yuan ... Vietnamese Man #3

Michael Talbott ... Jimmy Farrell

Quinn Duffy ... Ned Weaver

Brett Rice ... Charlie Stubbs

Saadia Persad ... Fiona Gill

Ashlee Payne ... Sherry
Ed Berliner ... Chuck Evans
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eddie Diaz ... Officer Young (uncredited)

James Martin Kelly ... Sgt. Llorens (uncredited)

David Anthony Pizzuto ... District Attorney (uncredited)

Directed by
Christopher Leitch 
Writing credits
Evan Hunter (novel) (as Ed McBain)

Anne Gerard (teleplay) and
Adam Greenman (teleplay)

Produced by
Patricia Clifford .... executive producer
Brian Dennehy .... executive producer
Peter Karabats .... co-producer
Suzanne Lauer-Maltby .... associate producer (as Suzanne Lauer)
Ted Swanson .... producer
Sandy Lighterman .... associate producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Velton Ray Bunch 
Eric Hester 
Cinematography by
Alan Caso 
Film Editing by
Martin Nicholson 
Casting by
Penny Ellers 
Ellen Jacoby 
Production Design by
J. Mark Harrington  (as Mark Harrington)
Set Decoration by
Barbara Peterson-Malesci  (as Barbara Peterson)
Costume Design by
Kristy Aitken Hernandez  (as Kristy Aitken)
Makeup Department
Jay Cannistraci .... assistant makeup artist
Cuqui Collaza .... hair stylist (as Cuqui Collazo)
Donna Battersby Greene .... assistant hair stylist (as Donna Greene)
Elizabeth Lambert .... makeup artist
Production Management
Paul Mason .... executive in charge of production
Ted Swanson .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Diane Calhoun .... second second assistant director
Melanie Grefe .... second assistant director
Gary Sales .... first assistant director
Michelle Marx .... assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Mark Dane .... lead man
Rod England .... key set dresser
Charles Guanci Jr. .... property master (as Charlie Guanci Jr.)
Alexa Marino .... art department coordinator
Richard E. Kruder .... set dresser (uncredited)
Chris Purser .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Sound Department
Gary Alexander .... supervising sound re-recording mixer
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
Kevin Fisher .... sound effects editor
Joe Foglia .... sound recordist
Robert L. Harman .... re-recording mixer (as Robert Harman)
Jason Miller .... sound utility
Jon Udell .... boom operator
Robert Webber .... supervising sound editor
Burton Weinstein .... supervising sound editor (as Burt Weinstein)
Clancy T. Troutman .... supervising sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Durk Tyndall .... special effects
Don Abbatiello .... stunt boat driver
Artie Malesci .... stunt coordinator
Chick Bernhard .... stunts (uncredited)
Denise Gallo .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Monica Barronton .... film loader
Mark Duncan .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ben Kanegson .... dolly and crane operator
Marvin Lee .... second assistant camera
Michael McGowan .... camera operator (as Mike McGowan Sr.)
Mike McGowan .... Steadicam operator (as Mike McGowan Jr.)
Mike McGowan .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Mike McGowan Jr.)
Sean Meyer .... grip
Barry Ryan .... key grip (as Gary Ryan)
Gary Ryan .... gaffer (as Barry Ryan)
Casting Department
Ellen Jacoby .... casting: Florida
Jan Powell .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Valerie Fusaro .... set costumer
Carolyn Schnitzer .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Sherrye Gibbs .... assistant editor
Location Management
Allison Dillard .... location assistant
Valerie Schields .... location manager
Music Department
Stan Jones .... music editor
Eric Hester .... assistant to composer (uncredited)
Greg Townley .... scoring mixer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
K.C. Colebrooke .... transportation co-captain
Vince Pecora .... transportation captain (as Vincent Pecora)
Other crew
Gino Falla .... assistant accountant
Brian Farrah .... assistant to executive producer
Joan Egan Foglia .... production accountant (as Joan Foglia)
Joan Egan Foglia .... production accountant
Denise Gallo .... assistant: Mr. Malesci
Sandy Lighterman .... production coordinator
Michelle Marx .... assistant to producer
Michael J. McCarthy .... key craft service
Joan Puma .... script supervisor
Dave Watson .... production executive: Viacom
Lee Cipolla .... production assistant (uncredited)
Daniel Keith .... photo double (uncredited)
Justin Marx .... set production assistant (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ed McBain's Three Blind Mice" - USA (complete title)
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Rated PG-13 for violence
100 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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4 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Hope there will be more Hopes....., 5 March 2006
Author: jean-pierre-engels from Belgium

A real fine movie. A better than most other adaptations of an Ed McBain novel. The movie follows- more or less- the book. Brian Dennehy is good, although no fox-face. Admit it, if You think of pig-face ,it's Brian's. Debrah Farentino is beautiful and well casted. Story is entertaining and suspenseful. I do really hope that Brian Dennehy-who starred and produced the movie- will do more Matthew Hopes. As always, McBain's books and Hunter's books are better than any movie based on them. So, read the book, see the movie and read the book again. There are also audio cassettes and cd's available of the 87th Precinct and Matthew Hope saga.

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