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Moneyball -- Brad Pitt stars in this film about Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane and his attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.
Moneyball -- Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) works to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.
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Moneyball -- Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane (Pitt) works to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft his players.
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Writers (WGA):
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23 September 2011 (USA) See more »
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What are you really worth?
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Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Nominated for 6 Oscars. Another 33 wins & 61 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Brad Pitt ... Billy Beane

Jonah Hill ... Peter Brand

Philip Seymour Hoffman ... Art Howe

Robin Wright ... Sharon

Chris Pratt ... Scott Hatteberg

Stephen Bishop ... David Justice

Reed Diamond ... Mark Shapiro

Brent Jennings ... Ron Washington

Ken Medlock ... Grady Fuson

Tammy Blanchard ... Elizabeth Hatteberg

Jack McGee ... John Poloni

Vyto Ruginis ... Pittaro

Nick Searcy ... Matt Keough

Glenn Morshower ... Ron Hopkins

Casey Bond ... Chad Bradford
Nick Porrazzo ... Jeremy Giambi

Kerris Dorsey ... Casey Beane

Arliss Howard ... John Henry
Reed Thompson ... Young Billy

James Shanklin ... Billy's Dad

Diane Behrens ... Billy's Mom

Takayo Fischer ... Suzanne - Billy's Secretary
Derrin Ebert ... Mike Magnante
Miguel Mendoza ... Ricardo Rincon

Adrian Bellani ... Carlos Peña
Tom Gamboa ... Scout Martinez
Barry Moss ... Scout Barry
Artie Harris ... Scout Artie
Bob Bishop ... Scout Bob
George Vranau ... Scout George
Phil Pote ... Scout Pote
Art Ortiz ... Eric Chavez
Royce Clayton ... Miguel Tejada
Marvin Horn ... Terrence Long
Brent Dohling ... Mark Ellis

Ken Rudulph ... Reporter

Lisa Guerrero ... Reporter

Christopher Dehau Lee ... Eric Kubota
Joe Satriani ... Joe Satriani

Simon James ... Voos
Greg Papa ... Game Announcer (voice)

Bob Costas ... Sports Announcer (voice)
Tim McCarver ... Sports Announcer (voice)
Eddie Frierson ... Call-In Radio Host (voice)
Glen Kupier ... Oaklans A's Announcer (voice)

Joe Provost ... Oakland A's Security Guard

John Brantley Cole ... Young Jongewaard (as John Cole)

Jake Wilson ... Sabatini
Robert P. Macaluso ... Coach Bob

Keith Middlebrook ... Coach Parker
Damon Farmar ... Shapiro's Advisor
Michael Gillespie ... Ken Macha
Chad Kreuter ... Rick Peterson
Blake Pike ... John
Robert Ninfo ... Eric Byrnes
Gary 'G. Thang' Johnson ... Jermaine Dye (as Gary Johnson)
Corey Vanderhook ... Ramon Hernandez
Melvin Perdue ... Ray Durham

Ari Zagaris ... Jim Mercir
Jon Stein ... Seymour (as Jonathan Stein)
Madeleine G. Hall ... Hattebergs' Daughter
Holly Pitrago ... Shapiro's Assistant
Ken Korach ... Radio Color Commentator (voice)

Julie Wagner ... Clubhouse Reporter

Ken Colquitt ... Clubhouse Reporter

Eric Winzenried ... PR Guy

Richard Padilla ... Umpire - Game 20
Ed Montague ... Umpire - Indians
Jack Knight ... Umpire - 1984
Patrick Riley ... Umpire - 1989
Phil Benson ... 1st Base Umpire
Joyce Guy ... Flight Attendant
George Thomas ... Security Guard #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alicia Hope Alexander ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Mark Alkofer ... Indians' Scout (uncredited)
Stephen Anderson ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Lucy Angelo ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Dave Bean ... Coach Dave (uncredited)
Derrick Bennett ... Himself (uncredited)

Drew Breeden ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)

L.J. Burns ... Little League Player (uncredited)

John Edward Cabrera ... Homeplate Fan (uncredited)

Phillip Caires ... Pre-Game VIP (uncredited)
Cabran E. Chamberlain ... Stadium Cameraman (uncredited)
Anthony Chiang ... Extra (uncredited)

Alan Chu ... Press Photographer (uncredited)
John Clerkin ... Diamond Level Fan (uncredited)
Zachary Culbertson ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Steve Dakota ... VIP Executive (uncredited)

Johnny Damon ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

JC Dickinson ... 80's Fan (uncredited)

Joe DiMaggio ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Aldrin Enriquez ... Reporter (uncredited)

Bill Ensley ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Michael James Faradie ... Scott Boras (uncredited)
Michelle Faraone ... Cleveland Indians Employee (uncredited)
Fernando R. Felix ... Minnesota Twins Baseball Player (uncredited)

Sergio Garcia ... Jorge Posada (uncredited)
Lou Gehrig ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jason Giambi ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Rudolph W. Giuliani ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jessica Gong ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Reasha Honaker ... Flight attendant (uncredited)

Erich Hover ... Larry Sutton (uncredited)

Jeffrey W. Jenkins ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Spike Jonze ... Alán (uncredited)

Alexander Kanellakos ... Stadium Cameraman (uncredited)

Brittany King ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)

D'Janine King-Lasky ... Baseball Spectator (uncredited)
Isabel Landof ... News Videographer (uncredited)

Rick Lasquete ... Fox News Reporter (from Game 20) (uncredited)

Savannah Lathem ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Mark Lavell ... VIP Baseball Fan (uncredited)
John Lobato ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Sam B. Lorn ... Hawaiian Pilot (uncredited)

Veronica Loud ... Sports Fan (uncredited)
Connie Mack ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gregor Manns ... TSA Employee (uncredited)
Michael Markovina ... Homebase Fan (uncredited)

Chris McGarry ... Ed Wade (uncredited)
Zane McIntosh ... Diamond Level Fan (uncredited)

Marc Mora ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Jesse Muick ... Stadium Cameraman (uncredited)
Jim J. Mundy ... Baseball Scout (uncredited)
Jeffrey Neil ... Oakland As VIP (uncredited)
Erika Pearson ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Erin Pickett ... Lady at Bar Mitzvah (uncredited)

Drew Plummer ... Randy Velarde (uncredited)
David Alan Poe ... Diamond Level Fan (uncredited)
Chris F. Powell ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Jeff Rankin ... Field Coach (uncredited)
Salim Razawi ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Adam Reeser ... A's fan (uncredited)
Jordan Riker ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Jaclyn Rose ... Baseball Fan (uncredited)

Christina Russo ... Home Plate Fan (uncredited)

Babe Ruth ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jonathan Sanders ... A's Assistant (uncredited)
Anthony Santana ... Little League Player (uncredited)

Gretta Sosine ... Player's Wife (uncredited)

Marcus D. Spencer ... A's Trainer (uncredited)

Matt Stairs ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... A's Fan (uncredited)
Jane Stillwater ... Fan (uncredited)

Marshon Thomas ... A's Baseball Player (uncredited)

Dwight Turner ... Airline Pilot (uncredited)
Rachael Van Veldhuizen ... A's Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
Bennett Miller 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Steven Zaillian (screenplay) and
Aaron Sorkin (screenplay)

Stan Chervin (story)

Michael Lewis (book "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game")

Produced by
Mark Bakshi .... executive producer
Michael De Luca .... producer
Rachael Horovitz .... producer
Robin Jaffe .... associate producer: Major League Baseball
Andrew S. Karsch .... executive producer (as Andrew Karsch)
Sidney Kimmel .... executive producer
Alissa Phillips .... co-producer
Brad Pitt .... producer
Scott Rudin .... executive producer
Elizabeth W. Scott .... executive producer: Major League Baseball
Nick Trotta .... associate producer: Major League Baseball
 
Original Music by
Mychael Danna 
 
Cinematography by
Wally Pfister (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Christopher Tellefsen 
 
Casting by
Francine Maisler 
 
Production Design by
Jess Gonchor 
 
Art Direction by
Brad Ricker 
David Scott (uncredited)
 
Set Decoration by
Nancy Haigh 
 
Costume Design by
Kasia Walicka-Maimone  (as Kasia Walicka Maimone)
 
Makeup Department
Bridget Bergman .... makeup artist: Oakland
Jean Ann Black .... makeup artist: Mr. Pitt (as Jean A. Black)
Debra Dietrich .... hair stylist: Oakland
Kathrine Gordon .... hair department head
Dennis Liddiard .... key makeup artist (as G. Dennis Liddiard)
Francisco X. Pérez .... makeup department head (as Francisco X. Perez)
Sandi Rowden .... makeup artist (as Sandra Rowden)
Yvette Stone .... key hair stylist
Stacey Butterworth .... wig maker (uncredited)
Amy Lederman .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Maria O'Reilly .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Sian Richards .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Heidi Erl .... production supervisor: Oakland
Adam Moos .... physical production executive
Jason Tamez .... production supervisor
David Witz .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Casey Mako .... second second assistant director
Scott Robertson .... first assistant director
Jonas Spaccarotelli .... second assistant director
Brendon Breese .... additional second assistant director: Oakland (uncredited)
Courtenay Miles .... first assistant director: visual effects unit (uncredited)
Brian Taylor .... assistant director (uncredited)
Ken Twohy .... crowds assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Charles Bible .... labor foreman
Thomas E. Brown .... paint supervisor
Marc Campisi .... set dresser
Gary Deaton .... construction coordinator
Maureen Farley .... property master
Martin J. Gibbons .... general foreman (as Marty Gibbons)
Carmine Goglia .... stand-by painter
James Hegedus .... illustrator (as James C. Hegedus)
Eric Hill .... set dresser
Gregory S. Hooper .... set designer (as Greg Hooper)
Dan Katona .... props
Tyler Lafferty .... propmaker
Kim Larsen-Santini .... assistant property master
Vincent Luizzi .... set dresser (as Vince Luizzi)
Garry McEvoy .... painter
Jon Nicholson .... on-set dresser
Dave Preston .... props
Steven M. Saylor .... set designer
Jon Stein .... graphic designer (as Jonathan Stein)
Mark Weissenfluh .... leadman
Cheree Welsh .... art department coordinator (as Cheree Miller)
Ben Wolcott .... graphic designer
Dean Wolcott .... assistant art director
Jeff Brown .... greens coordinator (uncredited)
Chris Buchinsky .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Robert J. Carlyle .... construction coordinator (uncredited)
Michael A. Clark .... carpenter (uncredited)
Lisa Fiorito .... art department researcher (uncredited)
Michael Goss .... labor gang boss (uncredited)
Mike Helbig .... set dresser: Oakland (uncredited)
Lawrence Hornbeck .... set dresser (uncredited)
Amanda Hunter .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Scott G. Jones .... gangboss (uncredited)
Kent Kidman .... propmaker (uncredited)
Anthony Klaiman .... set dresser (uncredited)
Robert Kusler .... tool man (uncredited)
James R. Lord .... lead metal fabricator (uncredited)
James R. Lord .... propmaker gang boss (uncredited)
Cameron Matheson .... leadman: Boston (uncredited)
Todd McKibben .... construction foreman (uncredited)
John Micheletos .... leadman: Oakland (uncredited)
Tony Miller .... plaster foreman (uncredited)
David M. Milstien .... set dresser (uncredited)
Randy Molique .... set dresser (uncredited)
Adam Mull .... lead model maker (uncredited)
Jeff O'Bannon .... laborer (uncredited)
Chris Patterson .... third property assistant (uncredited)
Ron Pekkala .... construction medic (uncredited)
Melani Petrushkin .... coordinator: set decoration (uncredited)
Nashon Petrushkin .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sara Philpott .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Peter Roderick .... contruction buyer/estimator (uncredited)
Megan Romero .... graphic designer (uncredited)
Eric S. Saperstein .... paint foreman (uncredited)
Fred Seibly .... sign supervisor (uncredited)
David Venezky .... set dresser (uncredited)
Raymond Waff .... set dresser (uncredited)
Kevan Weber .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Deb Adair .... sound re-recording mixer
David A. Arnold .... dialogue editor (as David Arnold)
Michael J. Benavente .... supervising adr editor
Ron Bochar .... sound re-recording mixer
Ron Bochar .... supervising sound editor
Anita Cannella .... foley artist
Teri E. Dorman .... supervising dialogue editor
David Giammarco .... sound re-recording mixer (as Dave Giammarco)
Jeff Gross .... foley mixer
Amy Kane .... foley artist
Howard London .... adr mixer
Melissa Lytle .... assistant sound editor
Charles Maynes .... sound effects editor
Ed Novick .... sound mixer
Solange S. Schwalbe .... foley editor
Jamie Seyberth .... assistant sound editor
Knox White .... boom operator
Andrew Edelman .... additional boom operator (uncredited)
David C. Manahan .... sound utility: Boston (uncredited)
Joel Reidy .... boom operator: Boston (uncredited)
Neil Riha .... sound recordist: San Francisco (uncredited)
Neil Riha .... sound utility: Oakland (uncredited)
Ric Schnupp .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Bob Tiwana .... second boom operator (uncredited)
Chris Walmer .... utility sound technician (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Doug E. Williams .... special effects foreman: Oakland
Robert Cole .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Eric Andrusyszyn .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Mandy Arnold .... digital restoration artist
Kunal Ayer .... visual effects artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Michael Backauskas .... visual effects editor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Steve Carter .... digital coordinator: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Steven Carter)
Celine Chew .... visual effects coordinator
Vikas Chirate .... senior systems administrator
Gloria Cohen Shomo .... visual effects coordinator: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Gloria Cohen)
Eric Dehaven .... flame artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Joseph Derrico III .... visual effects editor
Manasa Divya .... match move artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Rachel Drews .... pipeline supervisor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Richard Enders .... match move supervisor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Anders Ericson .... visual effects lead: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Mike Frevert .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Michael A. Frevert)
Bertha Garcia .... background prep lead: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Henry Gaw .... render coordinator
Namita Gotephode .... modeling and shading manager
Chris Grun .... art director: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Benjamin Hardy .... software and technical
Angie Howard .... visual effects production manager: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Yukiko Ishiwata .... flame artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Jimmy Jewell .... digital effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as James P. Jewell III)
Sharon Johnson .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Hussin Khan .... production & technical support: Rhythm & Hues
Sam Kim .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Gene Kozicki .... digital production manager: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Louis Kreusel .... digital resources technical director: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Ajay Ashok Kunikullaya .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Ngai Charm Lam .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Lam Ngai Charm)
Michael Liv .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Daniel Mejia .... compositing lead: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Daniel Mejia Morales)
Jesse Morrow .... visual effects artist
Travis Nelson .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Blake Nickle .... digital effects producer: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Gary Nolin .... visual effects producer: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Edwina Yue Mae Ooi .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Promit Pattnaik .... match move artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Tan Paw Xuan .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Jaikumar Pillay .... visual effects artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Kunal Prabhu .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Rajesh Putta .... match move artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Edwin Rivera .... visual effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
David Robinson .... visual effects producer: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Cat Rowe .... digital colorist assist
Abhay Sagar .... pipeline technical director: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Abhay Ashok Sagar)
Mayuresh Salunke .... senior modeler: Rhythm & Hues
Chingkhei Sapam .... visual effects artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Seshadri Srinidhi .... match move artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Srinidhi Seshadri)
Francisca Surjaatmadja .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Chris Sutherland .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Christopher Sutherland)
David Sweeney .... sequence supervisor: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Choon Xuan Tan .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (as Tan Choon Xuan)
Aashima Taneja .... technology show coordinator
Prakash Teli .... background prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Meg Tyra .... visual effects coordinator: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Kabir Verma .... match move lead: Rhythm & Hues Studios
Suzaine Aguirre .... digital imaging resources (uncredited)
Shish Aikat .... education manager: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Erik Akutagawa .... digital image resources manager (uncredited)
Ashleigh Anderson .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Sivakumar Arunachalam .... roto/prep artist (uncredited)
Wayne Baker .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Mikhail Bayder .... systems administrator: Prologue (uncredited)
Vishal Bhardwaj .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Adam Blank .... set data manager: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Nathan Brunskill .... digital post technical lead: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Thomas Burkhart .... visual effects (uncredited)
Theju Chandran .... digital paint/roto artist: Rhythm and Hues Studios (uncredited)
Vanessa Cheung .... digital matte painter (uncredited)
Jothan Chin .... roto/paint artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios Malaysia (uncredited)
Marvin Chua .... render i/o coordinator (uncredited)
Daniel Aristoteles Collins .... systems/operations: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Krystal Cooper .... production coordinator: International Digital Productions (uncredited)
Eloi Nischith Francis .... paint/rotoscope artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Anthony Harris .... color supervisor (uncredited)
Phil Holland .... digital imaging specialist (uncredited)
Rajeev Jeganathan .... roto/prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Abhimanyu Joshi .... matchmove technical director: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Aditya Kolli .... roto/prep artist (uncredited)
Gl Kumar .... texture painter (uncredited)
Roger Kupelian .... matte painter: concept artist (uncredited)
Chien How Lim .... roto/prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Nicolas Lim .... roto/prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios Malaysia (uncredited)
Kyle Lovrien .... educator: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Richard Lund .... translite photographer (uncredited)
Paul Martinez .... modeler: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
L. Patrick McCormack .... senior manager: International Digital Productions (uncredited)
Onesimus Nuernberger .... concept artist: Rhythm & Hues (uncredited)
Nathaniel Park .... visual effects editor: archive footage (uncredited)
Siddharthan Raman .... roto/prep artist (uncredited)
Vijay Bharath Reddy .... roto/prep artist (uncredited)
Diganta Saha .... systems administrator: Prologue (uncredited)
Neville Emerson Samuel .... roto/prep artist: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Seshaprasad .... head of digital production: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Shyamchand .... backgound preparation technical director (uncredited)
Murugan Siju .... lead roto/prep artist (uncredited)
Brad Smith .... render i/o administrator (uncredited)
Arpit Soni .... digital production coordinator: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Ben Taylor .... render i/o coordinator (uncredited)
Nicholas Theisen .... digital imaging resources (uncredited)
Christopher Tuley .... render i/o coordinator (uncredited)
Sourabh Uppal .... pre-lighter: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Ajo Alex Varghese .... pipeline technical director (uncredited)
Bhanu Varma .... matchmove technical director (uncredited)
Rakesh Venugopalan .... lead prep/roto artist: Rhythm and Hues Malaysia (uncredited)
Mark H. Weingartner .... visual effects director of photography (uncredited)
Stephanie Woo .... compositor: Rhythm & Hues Studios (uncredited)
Brandy Zumkley .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Eddie Braun .... stunts
Dean Bailey .... stunts (uncredited)
Rocky Capella .... stunt coordinator: Oakland (uncredited)
Javier Montoya .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Chris O'Hara .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Darrin Prescott .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Brian Sampson .... precision driver: Billy's Truck (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Ariniello .... grip
Craig Bauer .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Steve Charnow .... best boy electric
Charles Ehrlinger .... dolly grip
Ray Garcia .... key grip
Scott Garfield .... still photographer: Boston
Melinda Sue Gordon .... still photographer
James Gutierrez .... eng camera operator
James Heywood .... grip
Michael J. Hogan .... video assist operator
Geoffrey D. Knoller .... additional photography
Geoffrey D. Knoller .... key grip (second unit)
John Lacy .... rigging gaffer: Oakland
William Lehnhart .... electrician
Andy Leo .... camera staff assistant
Robert 'Boomer' McCann .... key rigging grip: Oakland (as Robert J. McCann)
Charlie McIntyre .... rigging gaffer (as Charles H. McIntyre)
David Pearlberg .... dolly grip
Blake Pike .... rigging grip
P. Scott Sakamoto .... camera operator: "a" camera
Mike Shaheen .... 24 frame playback operator (as Michael Shaheen)
Philip Shanahan .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Larry Sushinski .... chief lighting technician
Manny Tapia .... gaffer: re-shoots
Zoran Veselic .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
John H.L. Baker .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Hans Bjerno .... aerial director of photography (uncredited)
Adam Camacho .... grip (uncredited)
Jeff Chassler .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Stephanie Choi .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Jonathan Clark .... additional camera loader (uncredited)
Tyler Condon .... camera assistant (uncredited)
Ryan W. Cook .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Kristen Correll .... camera assistant (uncredited)
Eric M. Davis .... rigging electric best boy (uncredited)
Scott D. Davis .... rigging gaffer: Boston (uncredited)
Tim Driscoll .... rigging key grip: Boston (uncredited)
Simon England .... film loader (uncredited)
Eric Engler .... rigging electric: Boston (uncredited)
Patrick Figueroa .... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
Patrick Figueroa .... grip (uncredited)
Matt Floyd .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Jeph Folkins .... second assistant camera: Oakland (uncredited)
Christopher Franey .... set lighting technician (uncredited)
Sheila Greene .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Joe Guzman .... grip (uncredited)
Chris Hill .... video playback operator (uncredited)
James Kumarelas .... local best boy rigging electric: Oakland (uncredited)
Jordan Lapsansky .... lighting technician (uncredited)
David Mong .... lighting rigging crew (uncredited)
Andy Neddermeyer .... video assist: Oakland (uncredited)
Michael Nelson .... ultimate arm operator (uncredited)
Orlando Orona .... grip: Oakland (uncredited)
Samuel Painter .... camera operator (uncredited)
Georgia Pantazopoulos .... grip (uncredited)
Vance Piper .... first assistant camera: Oakland (uncredited)
Dawn Marie Richard .... grip (uncredited)
Sophie Shellenberger .... lighting technician: Oakland (uncredited)
Pierson Silver .... libra head operator (uncredited)
Cricket Sloat .... assistant rigging chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Brian Woronec .... dimmer board programmer (uncredited)
Alex Worster .... camera loader: Oakland (uncredited)
Steve Zvorsky .... lighting technician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Chris Bustard .... extras casting
Elizabeth Chodar .... casting assistant
Lauren Grey .... casting associate
Ashley Lambert .... adr voice casting
Cash Oshman .... crowd casting: Oakland & Los Angeles
Carolyn Pickman .... location casting: Boston
Alana Raiser .... crowd casting: oakland & los angeles
Theresa Benavidez .... location casting: Oakland (uncredited)
Matt Bouldry .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Colleen Kenneavy .... extras casting: Oakland (uncredited)
Mariann H.W. Lee .... extras casting (uncredited)
Susanne Scheel .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jessica Albertson .... costumer
Myron Baker .... costumer: Mr. Pitt
Edward T. Hanley .... key costumer
Brad Holtzman .... costumer
Mark Peterson .... costume supervisor (as Mark A. Peterson)
Garet Reilly .... key costumer (as Garet Reilly Batchelor)
Cacey Riggan .... costumer
Jami Villers .... costume assistant
Rosi Gabl .... costume illustrator (uncredited)
Susana Gilboe .... costume buyer (uncredited)
Felicia Leilani Jarvis .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Courtney LaRiviere .... costume assistant (uncredited)
Damien Quinn .... set costumer (uncredited)
Reese Spensley .... baseball costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Steve Bowen .... digital intermediate colorist
Chris Clark .... color scientist
Hank Corwin .... additional editor
Mat Greenleaf .... apprentice editor
Logan Hefflefinger .... additional editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Conor O'Neill .... additional editor
Bart Rachmil .... assistant editor
Debra L. Tennant .... first assistant editor
Reza Amidi .... digital intermediate editor (uncredited)
George Chavez .... color timer (uncredited)
Trevor Johann .... editorial production assistant (uncredited)
Jay Warren .... digital intermediate producer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Duncan Blickenstaff .... synth programmer
Kevin Crehan .... music editor
Nicholas Dodd .... conductor
Nicholas Dodd .... orchestrator
Brad Haehnel .... score mixer (as G. Brad Haehnel)
Thomas Milano .... music editor
Rob Simonsen .... composer: additional music
Joe Zimmerman .... music librarian
Gina Zimmitti .... music contractor
Mitch Bederman .... music assistant (uncredited)
Mark Graham .... head of music preparation (uncredited)
Tom Hardisty .... score recordist (uncredited)
Paul S. Henning .... musician: violin (uncredited)
Joseph Magee .... song producer: "The Show" (uncredited)
Victor Pesavento .... music preparation (uncredited)
Patrick Spain .... assistant score mixing engineer (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
John Bromstead .... driver
Richard Denson .... transportation co-captain
Robert E. Dingle .... transportation captain (as Robert Dingle)
John R. Lopez .... transportation captain
Ryan Allen .... driver (uncredited)
Bobby Anderson .... picture car coordinator: Boston (uncredited)
Billy Benner .... transportation (uncredited)
Danny Bress .... driver (uncredited)
Denny Caira .... transportation coordinator (uncredited)
Shane Greedy .... transportation coordinator (uncredited)
Steve Lewis .... transportation (uncredited)
Chuck Martinez .... driver (uncredited)
Ron M Neil .... driver (uncredited)
Yvette Peterson .... driver (uncredited)
Alex Strand .... driver (uncredited)
Carlos Williams .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Eric F. Aguilar .... set medic (as Eric Aguilar)
H. Leah Amir .... craft service
Diana Argos .... assistant production coordinator: Oakland
Shannah Barrett .... stand-in
Christine Bloomingdale .... studio teacher: Oakland
David Brame Jr. .... production assistant
Ranjani Brow .... adr loop group
David Buehrle .... assistant production coordinator
Steven Cardwell .... executive assistant: Mr. Rudin
S. Todd Christensen .... location manager
Desiree De La Pena .... production assistant
Kristen Detwiler .... assistant: Mr. De Luca
Mike Drury .... assistant: Ms. Horovitz
Mike Drury .... research specialist
Michael J. Fisher .... baseball coordinator (as Michael Fisher)
Beau Foster .... production assistant
Hasani Franke .... production assistant
Whitney Fromholtz .... assistant to Mr. Hill
Johannes Gamble .... title designer: main titles
Matt Haggerty .... production assistant (as Matthew Haggerty)
Mustafa Harris .... production assistant
Jessica Held .... assistant: Mr. Rudin
Wendy Hoffman .... adr loop group
Jeff Hubbard .... production assistant
Tish Johnson .... production accountant
Kelsey Joseph .... production assistant
David Kaufmann .... library and research advisor: Major League Baseball
Nazia Khan .... assistant: Mr. Pitt
Mike LaManna .... library and research advisor: Major League Baseball
Ted Leonard .... set production assistant: Oakland
Victoria Leskin .... key assistant location manager
Sharon Lopez .... production coordinator
Joshua Mehr .... assistant: Mr. Rudin
Elizabeth Moore .... researcher: uncredited
Jacob Motz .... assistant: Mr. Miller
Nicole Mumey .... production secretary
Kelly Northey .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Kyle Oliver .... key assistant location manager
Jasmin Paris .... key assistant location manager/scout
Ric Perada .... production assistant
Mark Perrone .... stand-in for arliss howard
Joe Porciello .... library and research advisor: Major League Baseball
Bobby Ravanshenas .... assistant: Mr. Miller
Matthew Riutta .... assistant location manager: Oakland
Janine Schiro .... first assistant accountant
Mark Soraparu .... assistant: Ms. Horovitz
Steven Spaccarotelli .... production assistant
Skye Stolnitz .... assistant: Mr. Bakshi (as Skye Allyn Stolnitz)
Josh Stuart .... production assistant (as Joshua Stuart)
Jodi Tripi .... stock footage research
Trish Vengoechea .... payroll accountant
Vincent Virgintino .... library and research advisor: Major League Baseball
Ashley Weber .... production assistant
Alex L. Worman .... unit publicist (as Alex Worman)
Brian A. Alexander .... script consultant (uncredited)
Ryan Babbs .... stand-in (uncredited)
Arusha Baker .... set production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Julian Barnett .... production assistant (uncredited)
Dana Lyn Baron .... additional adr voice (uncredited)
Mary Bean .... production assistant: basecamp (uncredited)
Benjamin Benedetti .... post facilities manager (uncredited)
Andrea Bogart .... baseball coordinator assistant (uncredited)
Richard C. Brooks .... production assistant (uncredited)
Aillene Laure Bubis .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Unjoo Lee Byars .... graphics and end titles producer (uncredited)
Lee Carlo .... production assistant: Boston (uncredited)
Selena Carrillo .... production coordinator: prep (uncredited)
Matthew Cassel .... location scout (uncredited)
Alan Chu .... it tech: second unit (uncredited)
Jennifer Clark .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Michael Coscia .... assistant production coordinator: additional photography (uncredited)
Vicente Cruz .... photo double: Jonah Hill (uncredited)
Roger Dillingham Jr. .... set medic: Boston (uncredited)
Carrie I. Dodd .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Jane Finn-Foley .... assistant production office coordinator: second unit (uncredited)
Jeremy Fiske .... production assistant: Boston (uncredited)
Stephanie M. Flores .... office production assistant: AZ (uncredited)
Kate Galbraith .... assistant production coordinator: prep (uncredited)
Bolthar Garcia .... production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Marc C. Geschwind .... extras coordinator (uncredited)
Erica Getler .... director assistant (uncredited)
Michael Greggans .... stand-in (uncredited)
J. Hanna .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Jacob Head .... voice talent (uncredited)
Callie Hersheway .... production secretary (uncredited)
Jean Hodges .... food stylist (uncredited)
Oliver Horovitz .... production assistant (uncredited)
Craig Hosking .... aerial coordinator/pilot (uncredited)
Richard Itskovich .... production assistant (uncredited)
Eva Jensen .... studio teacher (uncredited)
Tina Jones .... production secretary (uncredited)
Chris Kerner .... misc crew (uncredited)
Chris Kieffer .... video playback graphics (uncredited)
Tiffany Noel Kinder .... location manager: Boston (uncredited)
Samantha C. Kirkeby .... script supervisor: second unit (uncredited)
Robert Lamkin .... caterer (uncredited)
Ken Lavet .... location manager (uncredited)
Tim Lewis .... set production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Paula Lima .... set production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Kelli Lundy .... office production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Brad Dirk Martin .... production assistant (uncredited)
Jackie Medel .... production assistant (uncredited)
Cara Miller .... production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Michael Miller .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Patrick Minderler .... stand-in: Phillip Seymour Hoffman (uncredited)
Emily Vanessa Newsome .... extras assistant coordinator (uncredited)
Tien Nguyen .... production assistant (uncredited)
Erin Ochi .... office production assistant: Oakland (uncredited)
Brantley C. Palmer .... production assistant: Boston (uncredited)
Paul J. Park .... first assistant accountant: Oakland Unit (uncredited)
Vincent Parker .... video playback graphics (uncredited)
Mark Perrone .... stand-in (uncredited)
Susie Pilzninski .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Steve C. Porter .... creative consultant (uncredited)
Johnny Renaudo .... key second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Hannah Roble .... production assistant (uncredited)
Lee J. Santillan .... additional first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Gregory Santoro .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Keleigh Slaight .... production coordinator: Studio (uncredited)
Carlos Tapia .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Chelsea Wehner .... location production assistant: Oakland crew (uncredited)
Chris Whitaker .... medic (uncredited)
Bill Wolkoff .... script consultant (uncredited)
Julie Wyloge .... payroll/accounting clerk (uncredited)
Sean Yopchick .... production assistant (uncredited)
Eric K. Yun .... production staff (uncredited)
Ami Zins .... film commissioner (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Billy Beane .... special thanks
Tim Brosnan .... special thanks
Colin Burch .... special thanks
Michael Crowley .... special thanks
Bob DiBiasio .... special thanks
John Henry .... special thanks
Bill James .... special thanks
Sam Kennedy .... special thanks
Mark Shapiro .... special thanks
Howard Smith .... special thanks
Chris Tully .... special thanks
Lew Wolff .... special thanks
 

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A Home Run, 1 October 2011
Author: Bruce Jones (bl.jones@charter.net) from Southern California

Well, when purchasing my ticket I expected to see a good movie about baseball. I was rewarded with just that. Overall I thought the film excellent, both as a finely crafted film and as a representative of baseball. To demonstrate that I had no preconceived prejudices, I can say that I'm not really a fan of professional sports any longer. My fond memories of baseball are mostly from playing the game when I was a kid. We lived in a neighborhood with a lot of boys, all of whom were involved in sports and we played baseball a lot. But, that was the 1950's and times have changed. No one now days can hold a candle to The Mick. The film centers around the Oakland A's in the early 2000's and it's controversial General Manager, Billy Beane, skillfully played by Brad Pitt. The premise is the real story of how, with an extremely small budget for a professional sports team, he managed to win a surprising number of games, including setting an all-time major league record of 20 consecutive wins. The method used by Beane was not of his invention, having already been around in theory and known as "sabermetrics". The crafting of the team into that form is credited to have been begun by Beane's predecessor, Sandy Alderson. Beane himself was thrust to the forefront as the focus of a successful 2003 best-selling book "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game"; which ultimately led to this film. The film was very well done, really succeeding in sucking in the audience to it's ebb and flow. The audience I was in clearly enjoyed the film, there was a lot of laughter in the right places and applause at the end, which is rare enough. The setting had the look and feel of realism and the same with regard to the actors portraying the players. There was a fairly long list of good character actors peppered throughout the film, all of whom added considerably to the film's realism. But the lion's share of the film, and the credit for it's quality, goes primarily to it's major stars, Brad Pitt, Philip Seymour Hoffman playing Team Manger Art Howe, and Jonah Hill, as the fictional character Peter Brand who is said to have been based on Paul DePodesta who was Beane's assistant during the period covered by the film. Hoffman is great as usual but played his character a bit understated. Jonah Hill nearly ran off with the attention altogether while he was on screen. But Pitt clearly controlled the central attention and did so with ease and excellence. He managed to make the character look smart, fair and quite human. Pitt's humanity was helped by the presence of tidbits of his family life, mainly focused on his relationship with his 12 year old daughter, well represented on screen by the young Kerris Dorsey as Casey Beane. The interplay between them added a lot of humanity to the film that would have otherwise been lacking. There was a small part played by Robin Wright as Beane's ex-wife Sharon. It was the closest anything in the film came to a romantic involvement. Many of the character actors made important contributions, such as Stephen Bishop as David Justice, Chris Pratt as Scott Hatteberg and Brent Jennings as Ron Washington. There was even a cameo by Joe Satriani playing his guitar as superbly as usual. Leaving the theater I thought that one would have to have at least a working knowledge of the game of baseball to get the most out of the film. I wondered how it would play to someone without that knowledge and I think a lot would be lost, but it would still be enjoyable for it's basic story of struggling to overcome long odds to achieve something good and the exploration of the people and personalities involved. That's a pretty good accomplishment for any film to make and this one does it with a lot of fun and class.

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