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13 November 1990 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Madonna ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Danny Aiello ... Papa (segment "Papa Don't Preach")
Cameron Alborzian ... (segment "Express Yourself")

Deke Anderson ... The Director
Erika Belle ... Herself (segment "Lucky Star") (segment "Papa Don't Preach")

Luis Camacho ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")

Keith Carradine ... Boyfriend (segment "Material Girl")
Christopher Ciccone ... Himself (segment "Lucky Star")
Oliver Crumes Jr. ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")
Donna DeLory ... Herself - Voguer (segment "Vogue")

Chris Finch ... Dancer
Salim Gauwloos ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")

Todd Gordon ... Factory Worker (segment "Express Yourself")
Jose Guitierez ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")
Niki Harris ... Herself - Voguer (segment "Vogue")
Victor Ho ... (video "Material Girl")
Felix Howard ... Kid (segment "Open Your Heart")

John Leguizamo ... Friend of Boyfriend (segment "Borderline")

Leon ... Innocent Man / Saint (segment "Like a Prayer")

Debi Mazar ... Herself (segment "Papa Don't Preach")

Alex McArthur ... Boyfriend (segment "Papa Don't Preach")
Regan Patno ... Blonde dancer (segment "Material Girl")

Mailon Rivera ... Himself (segment "Papa Don't Preach")

Kevin Alexander Stea ... Voguer (segment "Vogue" / "Vogue MTV Awards Performance")
Gabriel Trupin ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")

Gustav Vintas ... Prison Wardon (segment "Express Yourself")
Tony Ward ... Merman (segment "Cherish")

Carlton Wilborn ... Voguer (segment "Vogue")

Robert Wuhl ... Pitch Man (segment "Material Girl")

Benicio Del Toro ... Kid sitting on car (segment "La Isla Bonita") (uncredited)
Louie Louie ... Boyfriend (segment "Borderline") (uncredited)
Sharon Oreck ... Woman in clown costume (segment "Material Girl") (uncredited)

Daniel Louis Rivas ... Kid sitting on stairs (segment "Secrets") (uncredited)

Directed by
Michele Ferrone (video "Borderline") (as Michelle Ferrone)
David Fincher (videos "Express Yourself", "Oh Father" and "Vogue")
James Foley (video "Papa Don't Preach")
Mary Lambert (videos "Borderline", "Like a Virgin", "Material Girl", "La Isla Bonita", "Like a Prayer")
Bruce Logan (video "Borderline")
Jean-Baptiste Mondino (video "Open Your Heart")
Arthur Pierson (video "Lucky Star")
Herb Ritts (video "Cherish")
Produced by
Simon Fields .... producer (video "Like a Virgin")
Gregg Fienberg .... producer (video "Express Yourself")
Glenn Goodwin .... producer (video "Lucky Star")
Mary Lambert .... producer (video "Borderline")
David Naylor .... producer (videos "Papa Don't Preach", "Open Your Heart" and "La Isla Bonita")
Victoria Niles .... producer (videos "Oh Father" and "Vogue") (as Vicki Niles)
Sharon Oreck .... producer (videos "Material Girl", "Papa Don't Preach", "Open Your Heart", "La Isla Bonita", "Like a Prayer" and "Cherish")
Cinematography by
King Baggot (segment "Burning Up")
Jordan Cronenweth (segment "Oh, Father")
Andrea Dietrich (segment "Borderline")
Wayne Isham (segment "Lucky Star")
Pascal Lebègue (video "Vogue)
Mark Plummer (video "Express Yourself")
Steven Poster (video "Like a Prayer") (as Steven B. Poster)
Peter Sinclair (segment "Like a Virgin")
Production Design by
Jeff McManus 
Art Direction by
Jeri Heiden 
Production Management
Budd Tunick .... production manager
Art Department
Jeri Heiden .... designer
John Heiden .... designer
Rosalyn Myles .... set dresser
Sound Department
Derek Sample .... sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Jacobsen .... gaffer (video segments)
Paul Jacobsen .... lighting technician (video segments)
Steven Meisel .... photographer
Herb Ritts .... still photographer
Music Department
Jellybean Benítez .... music producer
Jason Corsaro .... music engineer
Paulinho Da Costa .... musician: percussion
Bernard Edwards .... musician: bass
Bruce Gaitsch .... musician: electric guitar
Siedah Garrett .... background vocals
Edie Lehmann .... background vocals
Billy Meyers .... music arranger: strings (as Billy Meyers)
Jonathan Moffett .... musician: drums
Lenny Pickett .... musician: saxophone
John Putnam .... musician: acoustic guitar
Nile Rodgers .... music production
Tony Thompson .... musician: drums
David Williams .... musician: guitar
Other crew
Jimmy Bralower .... drum programmer
Smith Wordes .... assistant choreographer

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Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in The Day My Parents Ran Away (1993) (TV)See more »
Papa Don't PreachSee more »


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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A collection of her best, 8 February 2002
Author: gerry-russell-139 from United States

The first female mogul of the 21st century, Madonna made her mark on the entertainment industry in 1983 and since then things have never been the same. Her controversy has only managed to see her through one great success after another. While the Christians and other prudes criticize and rally against her for her obsession with sex, lude choreography and salacious attitude, millions have flocked to her concerts, purchased all of her highly-publicized albums and emulated her every move. While being a second-rate actress in the movies, her music videos have defined an entire generation.

And that is what this collection features, covering the first seven years of Madonna's career. From the primitive LUCKY STAR and BORDERLINE, following through the star-turning LIKE A VIRGIN and MATERIAL GIRL, the serious subject matter of PAPA DON'T PREACH, the religiously glorified LIKE A PRAYER, the futuristic EXPRESS YOURSELF, the fun-loving CHERISH and concluding with her 90s mega- triumph VOGUE, Madonna has proven that the feminine strength and sheer force of will can take a woman farther than a man would imagine. To take a chance and make material as risque as hers only adds to her legendary star power. This compilation is a standing testament to the determination of one woman.

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