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Gacy -- Based on a true story of serial killer a model citizen, loving father and husband and serial killer John Wayne Gacy, a man with over 30 dead men and boys entombed in the crawl space underneath his house which he shared with his family.
Gacy -- Based on a true story of serial killer a model citizen, loving father and husband and serial killer John Wayne Gacy, a man with over 30 dead men and boys entombed in the crawl space underneath his house which he shared with his family.


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Release Date:
13 May 2003 (USA) See more »
Friend. Neighbor. Killer.
Model citizen, devoted father, loving husband and serial killer John Wayne Gacy - a man with over 30 dead men and boys entombed in the crawl space underneath his family house. Based on a true story. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Mark Holton ... John Wayne Gacy

Adam Baldwin ... John Gacy, Sr.
Tom Waldman ... Hal

Charlie Weber ... Tom

Allison Lange ... Gretchen
Edith Jefferson ... Mother Gacy
Joleen Lutz ... Kara Gacy
Scott Alan Henry ... Young Gacy

Kenneth Swartz ... Dave

Matt Farnsworth ... Stu

Jeremy Lelliott ... Little Stevie (as Jeremy Lelliot)

Joseph Sikora ... Roger (as Joe Sikora)

Oren Skoog ... Jimmy
Joe Roncetti ... Peter
Eddie Adams ... Duane

Doran Ray ... Tony

Larry Hankin ... Eddie Bloom
Rick Dean ... Ray

Glenn Morshower ... Ted Boyle

Jessica Schatz ... Julie Boyle
Mickey Swenson ... Det. Ritzik
Dan Bell ... Det. Dunne

John Laughlin ... Det. Kay
Steve Abbott ... Officer Wolf

David Manis ... Officer Bucholtz
Joe Goodrich ... Gas Station Attendant
John Horn ... Fred Getz
Tina Preston ... Meg Getz

Shadi Dwait ... Mr. Pasolini
Jessica Hanamoto ... Tammy Gacy
Grace Hanamoto ... April Gacy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wyatt Denny ... Steve (uncredited)
Pollyanna Jacobs ... Mrs. Pasolini (uncredited)

Michael Macoul ... Hank (uncredited)

Directed by
Clive Saunders 
Writing credits
Clive Saunders (story)

Clive Saunders (screenplay) and
David Birke (screenplay)

Produced by
Scott Hohnbaum .... line producer
Larry Rattner .... producer
Susan R. Rodgers .... supervising producer
Leonard Shapiro .... executive producer
Hilary Six .... line producer
Tim Swain .... producer
Original Music by
Mark Fontana 
Erik Godal 
Cinematography by
Kristian Bernier 
Film Editing by
Jeff Orgill 
Chryss Terry 
Casting by
Ricki Maslar  (as Ricki G. Maslar)
Production Design by
Benjamin Edelberg 
Eric Larson 
Art Direction by
Ian Phillips 
Set Decoration by
Nanci Bennett 
Costume Design by
Oneita Parker 
Makeup Department
Karrieann Heisner .... makeup department head
Production Management
Jeff Orgill .... post-production supervisor
Chryss Terry .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Colleen Cortes .... second assistant director
Tammy Oller .... second second assistant director (as Tammy A. Oller)
Matt Zettell .... second unit director
Lyon Reese .... first assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Brian Barrett .... plasterer
Stephanie Bosse .... property master
Laura Grijalva .... scenic artist
Andre Kohler .... construction coordinator
Kristen .... assistant props
Lazzaro .... graphic designer (as Marco Ferrari)
Gary Liebowitz .... swing
Meredith Meyer .... art coordinator
Marci Rivens .... art coordinator
Richard Ruhe .... art department
Edwin J. Webb .... set builder
Justine Wu .... set dresser
Sound Department
Mark Linden .... sound re-recording mixer
Klint Macro .... adr recordist
Tara A. Paul .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)
Carlos Ramirez .... adr editor
Marcus Ricaud .... sound mixer
David Scharf .... dialogue editor (as Dave Scharf)
David Stark .... boom operator
Anthony Torretto .... sound designer
Matt Walsh .... foley artist
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunt coordinator
Marc Schaffer .... stunt performer
Banzai Vitale .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Tommie Cady .... additional grip
Mitch Capece .... grip
Ian S. Casas .... additional grip
Beau Chaput .... camera loader
Matt Crapo .... additional grip
Wyatt Denny .... electrician
Mariah Diehl .... camera loader (as Mariah T. Diehl)
Jeremy Graham .... gaffer
Keely Grigel .... electrician
Mitch Gulbin .... grip
Jim Hamner .... additional grip (as Jim Hamner Jr.)
Thomas Holm Deleurang .... best boy electric (as Thomas Holm)
Jody Hutchins .... best boy grip
Randall Kaplan .... camera loader
Erik Kasson .... key grip
Rory King .... first assistant camera
Kia Kiso .... second assistant camera (as Kia Dawson)
Jennifer Lai .... second assistant camera
Brian Lowe .... second electric
Eric McCandless .... still photographer
Brandy O'Donnell .... grip
Martin Quaden .... camera loader
David Sirianni .... additional grip
Alpheus Underhill .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Tim Marshall .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carly Benner .... set costumer (as Carly St. Clair)
Kristin Hart .... wardrobe assistant
Oakley Stevenson .... wardrobe assistant
Christi Cecil Stewart .... assistant costumer
Editorial Department
Fritz Feick .... supervising editor
Mark A. Jones .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Music Department
William Ewart .... executive soundtrack producer
William Ewart .... music supervisor
Erik Godal .... music mixer
Transportation Department
Kristen .... picture vehicles
Hugo Ocana .... driver
Lew Strong .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Matthew R. Brady .... production consultant (as Matt R. Brady)
Alexander Brown .... assistant to producers
Michael Conaway .... production assistant
Chance Dean .... production assistant
Beth Dewey .... location manager
Gina Draklich .... production accountant
Timothy Frederick .... production assistant
Zoran Grujevski .... production assistant
Kjell Hilding .... location scout
Mimi Hoang .... assistant production coordinator
Alison Matthews .... production coordinator
Ellen 'Kerry' McCarn-Ostir .... production assistant (as Ellen D. 'Kerry' McCarn)
Kyle Pavey .... set production assistant: re-shoot
Athena Radomski .... craft service coordinator
Jesse Ramirez .... production assistant
Jesse H. Rivard .... location scout (as Jesse Rivard)
Elayna Rosenfeld .... assistant production coordinator
Wendy Schaal .... script supervisor
Michael Sullivan .... production assistant
Brandon Swisher .... production assistant (as Brandon P. Swisher)
Anthony K. Warner .... key set production assistant
Keith Eckert .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
Rated R for strong grisly violence, language, some sexuality and drug use
88 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
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Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

The pictures of clowns in the final sequences are supposed to suggest that they were images painted by John Wayne Gacy. Actually, they are copyrighted collotype reproductions of the work of Cydney Grossman published in 1954.See more »
Errors in geography: In several scenes palm trees can be seen growing wild. There are no outdoor palm trees in the Des Plaines area.See more »
John Wayne Gacy, Jr.:That's the sound of maggots... Millions of maggots in that crawl space.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Killer Legends (2014)See more »
Julie DancesSee more »


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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
The Gacy that could've been..., 13 February 2004
Author: Riemer ten Brink from Groningen, the Netherlands

I just saw this movie on DVD and worked myself all the way through till the end. This movie was not really good, the acting appeared to me as a bit corny, and the story was not put together either. Also I thought it was too bad they sometimes used handycams, usually I don't mind, I love the Dogma95 movies, but this movies had all the handwork at the wrong time. You wanna see a good J.W. Gacy movie go see "to catch a killer" it was actually a miniseries made in 1992 starring Brian Dennehy, that was made more convincing. 2 1/2 out of 5 stars

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