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Home Alone ()


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An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.

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  • Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 10 wins & 4 nominations.
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Kevin McCallister
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Harry Lime
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Marv Merchants
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Peter McCallister
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Old Man Marley
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Kate McCallister
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Linnie McCallister
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Buzz McCallister
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Uncle Frank
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Megan McCallister
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Gus Polinski
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Officer Balzak
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Jeff McCallister
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Heather McCallister
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Sondra McCallister (as Daiana Campeanu)
Jedidiah Cohen ...
Rod McCallister
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Fuller McCallister
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Tracy McCallister (as Senta Moses)
Anna Slotky ...
Brooke McCallister
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Aunt Leslie
Jeffrey Wiseman ...
Mitch Murphy
Virginia Smith ...
Georgette McCallister
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Steffan
Ralph Foody ...
Johnny - Gangster #1
Michael Guido ...
Snakes - Gangster #2
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Uncle Rob
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Woman in Airport
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Man in Airport
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Officer #1
Victor Cole ...
Officer #2
Porscha Radcliffe ...
Cousin
Brittany Radcliffe ...
Cousin
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Officer Devereux
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Pizza Boy
Lynn Mansbach ...
French Woman
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Lineman
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Scranton Ticket Agent
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French Ticket Agent
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Airline Counter Person
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Check Out Girl
James Ryan ...
Stock Boy
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Santa
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Santa's Elf
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Stosh
Ann Whitney ...
Drugstore Clerk
Richard J. Firfer ...
Store Manager
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Herb the Drugstore Clerk
Kate Johnson ...
Police Operator
Michael Hansen ...
Airport Driver
Peter Pantaleo ...
Airport Driver
Jean-Claude Sciore ...
French Gate Agent
Monica Devereux ...
Flight Attendant
Edward Bruzan ...
Polka Band Member
Frank Cernugel ...
Polka Band Member
Eddie Korosa ...
Polka Band Member
John Hardy ...
Polka Band Member
Robert Okrzesik ...
Polka Band Member
Leo Perion ...
Polka Band Member
Vince Waidzulis ...
Polka Band Member
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Henry F. Potter (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Irene Columbus ...
Woman with Baby on Flight to Paris (uncredited)
Quinn Culkin ...
Girl at Airport (uncredited)
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Murphy's Answering Machine Voice (uncredited)
James Huffman ...
Kids at Airport (uncredited)
Earl Hundt ...
Airport Patron (uncredited)
Larry Nazimek ...
Airline Pilot (uncredited)
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Shopper who tells Kevin which aisle Fabric Softener can be found (uncredited)
Paul Ruffino ...
Polka Van Driver (uncredited)
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Sailor In O'Hare Airport (uncredited)
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Airport Traveler (uncredited)
Linda Wylie ...
Stewardess (uncredited)

Directed by

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Chris Columbus

Written by

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John Hughes ... (written by)

Produced by

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Tarquin Gotch ... executive producer
John Hughes ... producer
Mark Levinson ... executive producer
Mark Radcliffe ... associate producer
Scott M. Rosenfelt ... executive producer (as Scott Rosenfelt)

Music by

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John Williams

Cinematography by

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Julio Macat ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Raja Gosnell

Editorial Department

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Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
Jerrie Fowler ... assistant editor
Kathryn Himoff ... assistant editor
Mike Milliken ... color timer (as Michael Milliken)
Tim Silano ... first assistant editor
Steve Kraus ... editing systems technician (uncredited)
L. James Langlois ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Janet Hirshenson
Jane Jenkins

Production Design by

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John Muto

Art Direction by

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Dan Webster

Set Decoration by

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Eve Cauley
Daniel B. Clancy ... (as Dan Clancy)

Costume Design by

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Jay Hurley

Makeup Department

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Dominic Mango ... assistant hair stylist
Linda Melazzo ... assistant makeup artist
Kimberly Phillips ... key makeup artist (as Kim Phillips)
Linda Rizzuto ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Mack Bing ... unit production manager
Ron Payne ... post-production supervisor
Jeanne Van Cott ... executive production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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James Giovannetti Jr. ... second assistant director
Geoffrey Hansen ... second second assistant director (as Geoff Hansen)
Mark Radcliffe ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Troy Borisy ... lead person
William Dambra ... property master (as Bill Dambra)
Edward England ... construction coordinator (as Eddie England)
Karen Fletcher Trujillo ... set designer (as Karen Fletcher-Trujillo)
William B. Fosser ... set designer (as Bill Fosser)
Joeseph H. Gilmartin ... construction foreman (as Joe Gilmartin)
Randy Gordon ... construction foreman
Mark Haack ... assistant to production designer
Kim S. Hobbs ... assistant set decorator
Bill Jackson ... art department
Cyril H. Matthys ... set dresser (as Cyril Matthys)
John Mikels ... stand-by painter
Pat Raney ... construction foreman
Sam Ruggiero ... buyer
Barb Schuppert ... assistant props
Paul Stanwyck ... painter
Amie McCarthy Winn ... buyer (as Amie McCarthy)
Robert Bernacchi ... art department production assistant (uncredited)
David J. Chamerski ... props (uncredited)
Robert E. Knight ... signwriter (uncredited)
Troy Osman ... construction foreman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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James R. Alexander ... sound mixer (as Jim Alexander)
Robert Batha ... assistant sound editor
Chris Carpenter ... re-recording mixer
Kevin E. Carpenter ... re-recording mixer
Tim Chau ... sound editor
Chris Connelly ... sound recordist
Dino Dimuro ... sound editor
Victor Ray Ennis ... assistant sound editor (as Victor Ennis)
Scott Martin Gershin ... sound designer
Stan Gilbert ... supervising adr editor
Rick Hart ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Hearst ... sound editor (as Raoul)
Gary A. Hecker ... foley mixer (as Gary 'Wrecker' Hecker)
Glenn T. Morgan ... sound editor
Alan L. Nineberg ... adr editor (as Alan Nineberg)
Kelly Oxford ... sound editor
Dan M. Rich ... sound editor (as Dan Rich)
Bob Ryan ... cable person
Jill Smith ... assistant sound editor (as Jill A. Smith)
Wylie Stateman ... supervising sound editor
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist
Kim Waugh ... digital sound effects recordist
Tim Webb ... sound recordist
Jeffrey Wilhoit ... foley artist (as Jeff Wilhoit)
Michael D. Wilhoit ... supervising sound editor
Jeffrey A. Williams ... boom operator (as Jeff Williams)
Cory Coken ... additional adr recordist (uncredited)
Joe Gilbert ... adr editor (uncredited)
Ed Golya ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Bill Henderson ... sound re-recording engineer (uncredited)
Steve Mann ... sound editor (uncredited)
David Young ... digital sound technician (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Sam Barkan ... special effects foreman
Fran Beirs ... first special effects
Kenny Myers ... special effects makeup (as Ken Myers)
William Purcell ... special effects coordinator (as Bill Purcell)
Ron Wild ... assistant special effects makeup (as Ron Wild-Figuly)
Quentin Matthys ... special effects crew (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Kevin Nordine ... optical effects

Stunts

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Troy Brown ... stunts (as Troy James Brown)
Tim A. Davison ... stunts (as Tim Davison)
Leon Delaney ... stunts
Freddie Hice ... stunt coordinator
Rick Le Fevour ... stunts (as Rick LeFevour)
Larry Nicholas ... stunts
Manny Perry ... stunts (as Manuel Perry)
William Purcell ... stunts
Troy Brown ... stunt double: Joe Pesci (uncredited)
Leon Delaney ... stunt double: Daniel Stern (uncredited)
Larry Nicholas ... stunt double: Macaulay Culkin (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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William Allen Jr. ... grip
Art Bartels ... key grip
Rick Brown ... grip (as Richard D. Brown)
Michelle Crenshaw ... second assistant camera
Vincent Donohue ... chief lighting technician (as Vince Donohue Jr.)
Lex duPont ... first assistant camera (as Lex DuPont)
John P. Friday ... electrician (as John Friday)
Brian C. Glover ... camera assistant: "b" camera (as Brian Glover)
Mark R. Lindberg ... electrician (as Mark Lindberg)
Gregory Lundsgaard ... camera operator: "b" camera (as Greg Lundsgaard)
Danial Miller ... dolly grip (as Danial A. Miller)
Dick Oakes ... best boy electric
Brad Ruby ... camera loader
Dick Sayers ... grip
Ronald Sherman ... generator operator (as Ron Sherman)
Don Smetzer ... still photographer
Dennis Smith ... camera operator
Tama Takahashi ... first assistant camera
Nick Thomas ... best boy electric
Joe Tomko Jr. ... best boy grip (as Joseph Tomko Jr.)

Casting Department

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Jacqueline King ... casting assistant: Los Angeles (as Jackie King)
Catherine Jane Holzer ... extras casting (uncredited)
Mark A. Ridge ... extras casting (uncredited)
Barbara L. Roche ... extras casting (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Mickey Antonetti ... costume supervisor
Jane Blank ... seamstress
Jennifer Jobst ... costumer
Cathy Newport-Logan ... costumer

Location Management

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Jacolyn Baker ... location manager
Heather Ehret ... location production assistant
Mark Mamalakis ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Terry Brown ... scoring crew
Chuck Garsha ... scoring crew
Jo Ann Kane ... music copyist
John Neufeld ... orchestrator
Herbert W. Spencer ... orchestrator (as Herbert Spencer)
Armin Steiner ... scoring mixer
Jorge Vdovichenko ... scoring crew
Kenneth Wannberg ... music editor
Tom Boyd ... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
Angela Morley ... additional orchestrator (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: French horn (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Frank Brichetto ... driver
John Hardy ... transportation captain
James Hogan ... transportation captain
Patrick Lynn ... driver
Kevin Maxwell ... driver
Tom O'Malley ... driver (as Thomas O'Malley)
Armand Paoletti ... transportation coordinator
Arnie Plutz ... driver
George Voss ... driver

Other crew

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Craig Bernstein ... assistant: Mr. Rosenfelt
Raymond Bulinski ... craft service (as Ray Bulinski)
Kathleen Caton ... production coordinator
Andrew Charlton ... set production assistant
Elizabeth Devereux ... assistant: Mr. Columbus
Jan Evans ... script supervisor
Adam Goodman ... office production assistant
Charmian Jago ... assistant: Mr. Levinson
Tammy Karabas ... assistant production coordinator
Aimee Kohn ... set production assistant
Ernie Malik ... unit publicist (as Ernest Malik)
Dianne Mapp-Cheek ... production accountant (as Dianne Cheek Blasco)
Bill Ryan ... assistant: Mr. Hughes
Gayle Sandler ... assistant production accountant
Bob Saunders ... office production assistant
Robert Schick ... set production assistant
Seth Vamos ... set production assistant
Jane Vickerilla ... assistant: Mr. Hughes
Judith Walder ... accounting assistant
Cathy Weiss ... production secretary
Tyler Atkinson ... digital distribution (uncredited)
Kevin Bassett ... production assistant (uncredited)
Jeff Dlugolecki ... stand-in (uncredited)
Mark Gulbrandsen ... dailies projectionist (uncredited) / dailies technician (uncredited)
Ross L. Kulma ... set paramedic (uncredited)
Bailey Pryor ... assistant to producer (uncredited) / production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Billy Gallagher ... special thanks: Winnetka Police Department (as Lt. Bill Gallagher)
Charles Geocaris ... special thanks: Chicago Film Office
Lisa Howard ... special thanks
Colleen McShane ... special thanks
Joe Sumner ... special thanks: Winnetka Police Department (as Lt. Joe Sumner)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

It is Christmas time and the McCallister family is preparing for a vacation in Paris, France. But the youngest in the family named Kevin got into a scuffle with his older brother Buzz and was sent to his room which is on the third floor of his house. Then, the next morning, while the rest of the family was in a rush to make it to the airport on time, they completely forgot about Kevin who now has the house all to himself. Being home alone was fun for Kevin, having a pizza all to himself, jumping on his parents' bed, and making a mess. Then, Kevin discovers about two burglars, Harry and Marv, about to rob his house on Christmas Eve. Kevin acts quickly by wiring his own house with makeshift booby traps to stop the burglars and to bring them to justice. Written by John Wiggins

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Also Known As
  • Maman, j'ai raté l'avion! (France)
  • Kevin - Allein zu Haus (Germany)
  • Solo en casa (Spain)
  • Sol a casa (Spain, Catalan title)
  • Kevin sam w domu (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Box Office

Budget $18,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $17,081,997, 18 Nov 1990
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $533,800,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia The picture Kevin finds of Buzz's girlfriend was a picture of a boy made up to look like a girl, because Director Chris Columbus thought it would be too cruel to make fun of a girl like that. The boy that was used in the photo was the Art Director's son. See more »
Goofs As Harry is driving down the driveway after a burglary he is wearing his black knit cap. Just after he hits the brakes to avoid hitting Kevin he pokes his head out to tell Kevin to be more careful and his cap is missing. However, he can clearly be seen removing his hat as he is winding the window down to talk to Kevin, which is why he is not wearing it in subsequent shots. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Home Alone (2008). See more »
Soundtracks Somewhere in My Memory See more »
Quotes Check-Out Woman: Where's your mom?
Kevin McCallister: In the car.
Check-Out Woman: Where's your father?
Kevin McCallister: He's at work.
Check-Out Woman: What about your brothers and sisters?
Kevin McCallister: I'm an only child.
Check-Out Woman: Where do you live?
Kevin McCallister: I can't tell you that.
Check-Out Woman: Why not?
Kevin McCallister: Because you're a stranger.
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