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"The Sopranos" Calling All Cars (2002)

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Original Air Date:
24 November 2002 (Season 4, Episode 11)
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Plot:
Tony's dreams seem to tell him where his life is headed, but he still feels as though he's out of control. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

James Gandolfini ... Tony Soprano

Lorraine Bracco ... Dr. Jennifer Melfi

Edie Falco ... Carmela Soprano

Michael Imperioli ... Christopher Moltisanti (credit only)

Dominic Chianese ... Junior Soprano

Steven Van Zandt ... Silvio Dante

Tony Sirico ... Paulie 'Walnuts' Gualtieri

Robert Iler ... A.J. Soprano

Jamie-Lynn Sigler ... Meadow Soprano (credit only)

Drea de Matteo ... Adriana La Cerva (credit only)

Aida Turturro ... Janice Soprano

Vincent Curatola ... Johnny 'Sack' Sacramoni

Steve Schirripa ... Bobby 'Bacala' Baccalieri (as Steven R. Schirripa)

Joe Pantoliano ... Ralph Cifaretto

Ray Abruzzo ... Little Carmine Lupertazzi

Peter Bogdanovich ... Dr. Elliot Kupferberg (voice)

Richard Portnow ... Attorney Melvoin

Robert Funaro ... Eugene Pontecorvo
Tony Lip ... Carmine Lupertazzi

Paul Herman ... Beansie Gaeta

Joseph R. Gannascoli ... Vito Spatafore
Jessica Dunphy ... Devin Pillsbury
Angelo Massagli ... Bobby Baccalieri Jr.
Lexie Sperduto ... Sophia Baccalieri
Alla Kliouka ... Svetlana Kirilenka

Elena Solovey ... Branca Libinsk

Tom Aldredge ... Hugh DeAngelis

Suzanne Shepherd ... Mary DeAngelis

Crystal Allen ... Lisa

Joe Maruzzo ... Joe Peeps
George Spaventa ... V.I. Trifunovitch

Kevin Interdonato ... Dogsy

Steve Santosusso ... Anthony

Tony Darrow ... Larry Barese
Randy N. Barbee ... Judge Whitney R. Runions (as Randy Barbee)
Dan Castleman ... Prosecutor
Joe Pucillo ... Beppy Scerbo
Julie Ross ... Court Clerk

Annabella Sciorra ... Gloria Trillo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Patrick Ezerzer ... Miami Mobster (uncredited)

Ethan S. Smith ... Fountain Blue Bus Boy (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Timothy Van Patten  (as Tim Van Patten)
 
Writing credits
David Chase (created by)

David Chase (teleplay by) &
Robin Green (teleplay by) &
Mitchell Burgess (teleplay by) and
David Flebotte (teleplay by)

David Chase (story by) &
Robin Green (story by) &
Mitchell Burgess (story by) &
Terence Winter (story by)

Produced by
Henry Bronchtein .... producer (as Henry J. Bronchstein)
Martin Bruestle .... producer
Mitchell Burgess .... executive producer
David Chase .... executive producer
Robin Green .... executive producer
Brad Grey .... executive producer
Ann Holm .... co-producer
Scott Hornbacher .... associate producer
Ilene S. Landress .... executive producer
Julie Ross .... associate producer
Gianna Maria Smart .... co-producer
Terence Winter .... co-executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Phil Abraham (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Conrad M. Gonzalez  (as Conrad Gonzalez)
Sidney Wolinsky 
 
Casting by
Sheila Jaffe 
Georgianne Walken 
 
Production Design by
Bob Shaw 
 
Art Direction by
Scott P. Murphy  (as Scott Murphy)
 
Set Decoration by
Janet Shaw 
 
Costume Design by
Juliet Polcsa 
 
Makeup Department
Dale Brownell .... hair stylist
Victor DeNicola .... key hair stylist (as Victor De Nicola Jr.)
Stephen Kelley .... key makeup artist (as Stephen M. Kelley)
Diane Maurno .... key makeup: Miami
Karen Reuter Fabbo .... makeup artist (as Karen Reuter)
Gary Walker .... key hair: Miami
 
Production Management
Henry Bronchtein .... unit production manager (as Henry J. Bronchtein)
Hans Graffunder .... production supervisor
Scott Hornbacher .... unit production manager
April Lawrence .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kristin Bernstein .... second assistant director
Michael DeCasper .... first assistant director
Daniel Lowe .... dga trainee (as Daniel Hamilton-Lowe)
John Silvestri .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Troy R. Adee .... set dresser
Lori Alon .... set dresser: Miami
James J. Archer .... set dresser
Anthony Baldasare .... assistant property master
John Basile .... set dresser
Diana Burton .... property master
Nathan Carter .... construction production assistant
Eric Cheripka .... assistant property master
Rena DeAngelo .... assistant property master
Scott L. Gordon .... set dresser: Miami
Gary Grill .... construction coordinator
Anne Beiser Haywood .... on set scenic (as Anne Haywood)
Tom Heaps .... set dresser (as Thomas J. Heaps)
Miguel Jimenez .... shop electric
Jane B. Johnson .... assistant set decorator: Miami
Keri Lederman .... assistant property master
Christopher Lundy .... art department production assistant
Jeffrey M. Marchetti .... on set dresser
Chris Marzulli .... key construction grip
Robin McAllister .... food stylist
Eric M. Metzger .... set dresser (as Eric Metzger)
Lou Miller .... construction foreman
Lauren O'Brien .... standby scenic: Miami
Vincent J. Orofino .... set dresser (as Vincent Orofino)
Gerard H. Pineo .... leadman
Geoffrey D. Pound .... construction grip (as Geoffrey Pound)
Robert R. Richardson .... leadman: Miami
Miriam Schapiro .... art department coordinator
Kelly Solomon .... set decorating coordinator
Jennifer B. Starke .... assistant set decorator (as Jennifer Starke)
Eric Stepper .... set dresser
Wolf-Dieter Stoeffelmeier .... scenic shop person (as Wolf Deieter)
Steve Swanson .... set dresser (as Stephen Swanson)
Timothy Tranzillo .... scenic foreman
Michael Zansky .... scenic charge
John Victor Patterson .... scenic artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Kevin Patrick Burns .... re-recording mixer (as Kevin Burns)
Zack Davis .... adr supervisor
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor (as Dino DiMuro)
Mark Gordon .... dialogue editor
Laura Graham .... adr editor
Dan Hegeman .... sound effects editor (as Danny Hegeman)
Michael Hertlein .... dialogue editor
Paul Koronkiewicz .... boom operator
Toussaint Kotright .... sound utility
Anna MacKenzie .... supervising sound editor
Douglas Martines .... sound utility (as Doug Martines)
Todd Orr .... re-recording mixer
Michelle Pazer .... adr editor
Mathew Price .... production sound mixer
Joseph T. Sabella .... foley artist (as Joe Sabella)
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Paul J. Zydel .... adr mixer (as Paul Zydel)
Zane D. Bruce .... foley artist (uncredited)
Alfonso Calvo .... dubbing mixer (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Peter Bucossi .... stunt coordinator (as Pete Bucossi)
Tim Gallin .... stunts
Dino Muccio .... stunts
Michael Russo .... stunt coordinator (as Mike Russo)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Anderson .... best boy electric
Peter Colavito .... electrician
William Coleman .... camera operator (as Bill Coleman)
James Cormett .... generator operator: Miami
Aaron Dawley .... best boy grip
Robert Falcone .... electrician (as Robert A. Falcone)
Greg Faysash .... second assistant camera: Miami (as Gregory Faysash)
Andrew Fisher .... b camera first assistant camera: Miami (as Andrew Fisher)
Brian Fitzsimons .... grip
Michael Gallagher .... rigging grip: Miami
Anthony Gamiello .... grip
Dennis Gamiello .... key grip
Abbot Genser .... still photographer
Thomas Gilbert .... rigging electric: Miami
Gabriel Goodenough .... camera loader
James Hopkins .... rigging gaffer: Miami
Kevin Janicelli .... gaffer
Roberto Jiménez .... electrician (as Roberto Jimenez)
John Gregory Kasper .... grip: Miami
Peter Koola .... electrician
Edward W. Lowry .... dolly grip (as Ed Lowry)
Jimmi Lyon .... lamp operator: Miami
Seth F. McAllister .... grip (as Seth McAllister)
Larry McConkey .... steadicam operator
Michael McGowan .... b camera operator: Miami (as Michael B. McGowan)
Ben Noble .... electrician
Tim Norman .... first assistant camera
Adam Novich .... grip
John L. Oates .... gaffer
Joseph M. Ori .... electrician
Tom Percarpio .... best boy electric (as Thomas Percarpio)
Louis Petraglia .... key rigging grip
Phil Purificato .... grip (as Philip Purificato)
Patrick Quinn .... second assistant camera
Agnes Rodriguez .... camera loader: Miami (as Agnes E. Rodriguez)
Walter F. Rodriguez .... b camera second assistant camera: Miami
Jon W. Rosenbloom .... grip (as Jon Rosenbloom)
Darren Ryan .... 24 frame playback
Louis Sabat .... grip
Gary Schwab .... key rigging grip: Miami
John Sider Jr. .... rigging grip: Miami
Jason C. Villella .... rigging electric: Miami
Paul Womack .... lamp operator: Miami (as Paul E. Womack)
Todd Wood .... grip: Miami
Charles C. Young .... grip: Miami
 
Casting Department
Kathleen Katz .... casting assistant (as Kathleen Backel)
Anna Maniscalco .... background casting
Meredith Tucker .... casting associate
Grant Wilfley .... extras casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lorraine Calvert .... assistant costume designer (as Lorraine Z. Calvert)
Mildred Del Rio .... tailor
Elizabeth Feldbauer .... wardrobe supervisor
Gail A. Fitzgibbons .... wardrobe supervisor (as Gail Fitzgibbons)
Joseph La Corte .... costumer
Jesse Lello .... wardrobe production assistant
Lauren Press .... assistant costume designer
Susan Salzano .... wardrobe supervisor: Miami
 
Editorial Department
Joe Guzman .... post-production assistant
Timothy Hill .... post-production assistant
William Marrinson .... assistant editor
Linda Olague .... colorist
Richard J. Rossi .... assistant editor
Rebecca Simon .... post-production coordinator
 
Location Management
Jessica Archer .... location coordinator
Zoran Blazevic .... location scout
David Chambers .... location scout
Kenneth J. Cooney .... location manager: Miami (as Kenneth Cooney)
James Cosper .... location scout
Bill Garvey .... location assistant
Mark Kamine .... location manager
David Koch .... location assistant
Clare Lord .... location scout
Jason Minter .... assistant location manager
Brian Palatucci .... location assistant
Sandra Vannucchi .... location scout
 
Music Department
Kathryn Dayak .... music editor
Jennifer C. Harper .... music clearance
 
Transportation Department
Harry J. Leavey .... transportation co-captain
James Leavey .... transportation captain (as Jim Leavey)
David Phillip .... parking coordinator
Don Reinzo .... transportation captain: Miami (as Donald Renzo)
Patrick Hogan .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Susan Aston .... dialogue coach: James Gandolfini
James Brown Jr. .... script distribution coordinator
Frank Carino .... stage production assistant
Salvatore Carino .... production auditor
Monica Castellanos .... accounting clerk: Miami
David Catalano .... set production assistant
Abbey Chambers .... office production assistant
Chris Collins .... assistant production coordinator
Tony Cypres .... second assistant auditor
Kathleen Fellegara .... on set medic (as Kathy Fellagara)
Jennifer G. Fistere .... assistant to producers
Jason D. Frank .... fire operator
Christine Gee .... script supervisor (as Christine Gee Lowrey)
Ginger Gonzalez .... set production assistant
Samantha Goodowens .... production secretary: Miami (as Samantha Petretti)
Matthew Gordon .... set production assistant
Tosha L. Hawkins .... payroll auditor (as Tosha Hawkins)
Michael Hernandez .... chef (as Mike Hernandez)
Todd Judson .... office production assistant
Marc H. Katz .... craft service: Miami
Steve Kornacki .... assistant production coordinator
Felicia B. Lipchik .... assistant to writers
Don McNeill .... executive producer (main title: teaser)
Kyle O'Brien .... first assistant auditor
Melissa Brides Ockman .... set production assistant (as Melissa Brides)
Ilene Pickus .... script supervisor: Miami
Chauency Reese .... second assistant auditor
Deborah Ricketts .... clip clearance
Leslie E.A. Rider .... writers office production assistant
Angel Rivas .... craft service assistant
Claudia Rivas .... production assistant: Miami
Melita Rivas .... craft service assistant
Deidre Schrowang .... first assistant auditor
Michael L. Walker .... set production assistant (as Mike Walker)
Phil Campanella .... stand-in (uncredited)
Tony Carey .... production executive (uncredited)
Daniel Feighery .... production assistant (uncredited)
Darren Maynard .... production assistant (uncredited)
Lori Robins .... stand in/photo double (uncredited)
Ryder Washburn .... armorer (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Lisa Cole .... special thanks: Fontainebleu Hilton
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Runtime:
48 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The game that Bobby Jr is playing is "Max Payne" but there are some added generic video game sounds and he's hitting buttons but it's during cut scene graphics.See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Tony, Sil, Vito, and Paulie are sitting at a table inside Satriale's when Eugene Pontecorvo pulls up to the curb outside and begins beeping the car horn excessively. Paulie and Vito get up to leave and as they're saying goodbye to Tony and Sil, Tony mistakenly calls Vito "Beans". The next line of dialogue has Tony asking Sil if he "Ever talks to Beans down in Florida" so this may have caused James Gandolfini to make that mistake.See more »
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Soundtrack:
I Shot the SheriffSee more »

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17 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Dream on, Tony..., 12 May 2008
Author: Max_cinefilo89 from Italy

Calling All Cars isn't what one would conventionally describe as a great episode, especially if compared to the sheer emotional weight of the two shows preceding it, but it is an artful mood-setter, and deserves as much recognition as any other ep because of a single sequence.

The sequence in question is of course Tony's eerie dream, which features both Ralphie and Gloria, two people united by the fact that the New Jersey boss had a role in their deaths. The dream is elusive, even to the viewer, and when Tony asks Dr. Melfi for an explanation, he finds it unsatisfactory. Further disappointments are bound to follow, as his dealings with Johnny Sack and Carmine Lupertazzi don't go as expected.

There isn't much going on in this episode, perhaps because events are lining up for the imminent season finale, but the dream scene will keep everyone up for a long time: whereas all other similar moments were quite simple to interpret, the key event of Calling All Cars is shockingly beautiful for the very reason that it has no immediate significance. It's a haunting, daringly ambiguous sequence: the series in a nutshell.

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