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One False Move ()


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A small town police chief awaits the arrival of a gang of killers.

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Dale 'Hurricane' Dixon
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Fantasia / Lila
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Ray Malcolm
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Pluto
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Dud Cole
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McFeely
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Cheryl Ann
Robert Ginnaven ...
Charlie
Robert Anthony Bell ...
Byron
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Ronnie
Phyllis Kirklin ...
Mrs. Walker
Meredith 'Jeta' Donovan ...
Bonnie
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Bobby (as James D. Bridges)
Phyllis Sutton ...
Jackie
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Darren
June Jones ...
Danielle
Loren Tyler ...
Marco
Deniese Payne ...
Marco's Wife
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Chief Jenkins
J. Robert Bailey ...
Lieutenant
Max Segar ...
Assistant Chief
Duncan Rouleau ...
Video Analyst
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Press Officer
Layne Beamer ...
Texas State Trooper
Mea Combs ...
Cashier
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Beaver
Jennifer Watson-Johnston ...
Kim (as Jennifer Hunt Watson)
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Billy 'The Face'
Curtis York ...
Jeremiah
Jeff Bailey ...
Harlan Childress
Lilli Rouleau ...
Mrs. Childress
Walter Norman ...
Arkansas State Trooper
Rebecca Ortese ...
Fern
Jackie Stewart ...
Truck Driver
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Driver's Wife (as Leslie Maudlin)
Steven Reich ...
Car Salesman
Leo Tillman ...
June Hawkins
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Coroner (uncredited)
Rita Westbrook ...
Waitress (uncredited)

Directed by

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Carl Franklin

Written by

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Billy Bob Thornton ... (written by) &
Tom Epperson ... (written by)

Produced by

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Jesse Beaton ... producer
Paul Colichman ... executive producer
Miles A. Copeland III ... executive producer
Ben Myron ... producer
Tony To ... line producer
Harold Welb ... executive producer

Music by

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Peter Haycock
Derek Holt
Paul Di Franco ... (uncredited)

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James L. Carter ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Carole Kravetz Aykanian ... (as Carole Kravetz)

Editorial Department

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Scott Kosar ... second assistant editor
Ray Morfino ... color timer
Marian Rooney ... first assistant editor

Casting By

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Donald Paul Pemrick ... (as Don Pemrick)

Production Design by

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Gary T. New

Art Direction by

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Dana Torrey

Set Decoration by

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Troy Myers

Costume Design by

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Ronald Leamon ... (as Ron Leamon)

Makeup Department

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Jason Gade ... additional makeup artist
Susan Jennifer Lipson ... key hair stylist (as Susan Lipson)
Elaine L. Offers ... key makeup artist (as Elaine Offers)
Gwyne Redner ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Jeff Cadiente ... production manager: second unit
Michael Cain ... unit production manager: second unit
Anne Garefino ... unit manager
Toni Phillips ... executive in charge of production
Steven Reich ... executive in charge of production
Graham Stumpf ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Grossman ... first assistant director
Tony Schwartz ... second assistant director
John E. Vohlers ... first assistant director: second unit (as John Vohlers)
James L. Wiggins ... second second assistant director (as Jim Wiggins)

Art Department

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Michael Bogert ... swing gang
Julie Crane ... on-set dresser
John P. Jockinsen ... leadman (as John Jockinsen)
Jake Johnson ... swing gang
Daniel Kuttner ... assistant property master
Brad Morris ... swing gang
John Palumbo ... props: second unit
Raymond Prado ... storyboard artist (as Ray Prado)
Brett V. Shirley ... set dresser: Arkansas (as Brett Shirley)
Frank Silva ... property master
Kevin Taylor ... props: second unit

Sound Department

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Vanessa Theme Ament ... foley artist (as Vanessa Ament)
Barbara J. Boguski ... ADR editor
Stacey A. Foiles ... sound editor
Armond Ghzanian ... sound assistant
Dwayne S. Henkel ... boom operator (as Dwayne Henkel)
Larry Hoki ... sound recordist
Paul Jyrälä ... sound editor
Steve Kohler ... sound mixer
Christopher Lewis ... sound editor (as Christopher J. Lewis)
Heather McPherson ... foley artist
Jeffrey Perkins ... supervising re-recording mixer
Steve Rice ... dialogue editor
Ken Segal ... sound mixer
Bruce Stambler ... re-recording mixer
Ann L. Thornberg ... sound assistant
David Lewis Yewdall ... supervising sound editor
Lisa Howes Yewdall ... post-production sound coordinator (as Lisa A. Yewdall)

Special Effects by

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Guy Faria ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Jeff Cadiente ... stunt coordinator
Al Jones ... stunts (as Alton Jones)
Kym Washington Longino ... stunt double (as Kim Washington)
Jim Stephan ... stunts (as Jim Stephen)
Tierre Turner ... stunts
Danny Weselis ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sean 'Duke' Anderson ... grip
Evans Brasfield ... electrician
Michael Browne ... best boy: second unit
Michael A. Broz ... first assistant camera: second unit (as Michael Broz)
Glen Deitell ... first assistant camera
Rick Eddlemen ... electrician
Paul A. Edwards ... camera operator: "b" camera (as Paul Edwards)
David Elmore ... camera intern
Erik A. Erichsen ... electrician (as Erik Erichsen)
Mauro Fiore ... gaffer: second unit (as Maro Fiore)
Juan M. García ... best boy grip (as Juan Garcia)
Mark Gutterud ... second assistant camera
Dean Jackson ... dolly grip / third grip
Scott C. Johnston ... key grip (as Scott Johnston)
Janusz Kaminski ... director of photography: second unit (as Janesz Kaminsky)
Andrea Kampic ... second assistant camera: second unit
Derrick Kolus ... gaffer
Kevin McNeil ... grip
Rob Morton ... grip
Darryl Murchison ... best boy electric
John C. Nadeau ... electrician (as John Nadeau)
Gino Natlicio ... grip: second unit
John Neuller ... Steadicam operator (as John Neuler)
Dan Robinson ... electrician
Robbie Robinson ... unit photographer
Brett Santucci ... third grip
Van Scarboro ... 24 frame video operator
Stephen C. Spies ... electrician
John Watson ... grip
James D. Wickman ... grip (as James Wickman)
Mike Wojieschowski ... key grip: second unit
Thomas Yatsko ... assistant camera: "b" camera (as Tom Yatsko)
Aaron Zuber ... swing electrician: second unit

Casting Department

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Gregory Concors ... casting assistant (as Greg Concors)
Deverin Karol ... casting assistant
Sarah Tackett ... extras casting: Arkansas

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Linda Fitzhugh ... seamstress
Henry Earl Lewis ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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David Andriole ... location assistant
William Buck ... location manager: Arkansas
Michael Cain ... location manager

Music Department

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B.L. Brister ... musician: on-camera harmonica solos
Patricia Cloud ... musician: flute solos
Paul Di Franco ... music supervisor
Brad Dutz ... musician: percussion
Michael Elliott ... music coordinator
Eric Gale ... musician: guitar solos, Lila's homecoming and end title theme
Peter Haycock ... musician: guitar solos (as Pete Haycock) / musician: harmonica (as Pete Haycock)
Cathy McKelvey ... assistant music editor (as Cathy A. McKelvey)
Frank McKelvey ... music editor
Charles Meeks ... musician: harmonica
Terry Plumeri ... musician: acoustic bass solo / orchestral underscore / orchestrator
Rick Winquest ... soundtrack engineer
Ross Wright ... music copyist

Transportation Department

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Pedro Amaya ... driver: grip truck
Brian N. Everett ... driver
Matt Gulbin ... driver (as Matthew Gulbin)
Harry Hall ... driver
Kevin Hudis ... driver
Fred Johnston ... driver
Michael Locke ... transportation coordinator
Bradley Myers ... driver
Theo Myers ... driver: second unit (as Theo Meyers)
David 'Bear' Ortiz ... driver (as David Ortiz)
Anthony Ragonese ... driver: second unit (as Anthony Regonese)
Benjamin Rivera ... transportation captain (as Benny Rivera)
Ernie Weeks ... driver: second unit

Other crew

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Sherri Alderman ... script supervisor: second unit
Christopher Byrne ... production assistant / production assistant: second unit
Liz Chiz ... assistant: Ms. Phillips
Melissa Cobb ... production executive
Marcel Doumerc ... caterer (as Marcel G. Doumerc)
Larry Fisch ... key set production assistant
Toby Forlenza ... script supervisor
Alletta Y.L. Kriak ... assistant: Mr. Copeland (as Alletta Kriak)
John P. Melfi ... production coordinator
Richard Midiri ... caterer
Ian Moray ... key set production assistant: Arkansas
Kevin Reidy ... production executive
Victoria Lee Roblan ... production assistant (as Vicki Roblan)
Lilli Rouleau ... assistant: Mr. Colichman (as Lilli Fields Rouleau)
Scott Rudolph ... production medic
Patrick Shiffrar ... assistant: Mr. Reich
Rachel Villa ... production controller
Rita Westbrook ... assistant coordinator: Arkansas (as Rita Wood)
Seth Willenson ... marketing consultant
Mickey Cottrell ... publicist (uncredited)

Thanks

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Joe Ball ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Bill Beaton ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Rita Beaton ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Debbie Bell ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Cathy Burham ... the filmmakers with to express their gratitude to
Pat Campbell ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Rose Crane ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Sally Cruikshank ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Paul Culberg ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Jon Davison ... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In Los Angeles, after a violent drug rip-off, the Los Angeles Police Department detectives find the identity of the trio - the sadistic I.Q. of 150 and college graduate Lenny "Pluto" Franklyn; his not so bright buddy in San Quentin Ray Malcolm; and his girlfriend Fantasia. Their further investigation indicates that the criminals are fleeing to Star City, Arkanas, and LAPD detective Dud Cole and his partner John McFeely contact the local Chief of Police Dale 'Hurricane' Dixon and they head to the little town. The yokel family man Dale, who is used to resolve domestic issues, is fascinated with the chance to participate of a manhunt and befriends the two detectives. But when he sees the picture of Fantasia, he recognizes her as Lila Walker and is haunted by his past, hiding a secret about Lila Walker. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines All it takes to bring him down is one bullet... one woman or... One False Move. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Hurricane (United States)
  • Un faux mouvement (France)
  • Falso movimiento (Spain)
  • Un paso en falso (Spain)
  • Qualcuno sta per morire (Italy)
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  • 105 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia When the film was completed, the original plan was to release it straight to video. Stronger than expected word of mouth convinced the distributor to send it to theaters. The late critic Gene Siskel voted this film as his favorite of 1992. See more »
Goofs When Fantasia is shot in the head, the "bullet hole" can be seen a fraction of a second before the shot is heard. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Folks!/K2/One False Move/Poison Ivy/Leaving Normal (1992). See more »
Soundtracks Don't Walk Away from Love See more »
Quotes Dale 'Hurricane' Dixon: Lila, even if I wanted to, I can't help you.
[pauses]
Dale 'Hurricane' Dixon: I don't have the legal authority.
Fantasia - Lila: You didn't have the legal authority to fuck me when I was 17 years old... but that didn't stop you, did it?
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