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A man brutally murdered comes back to life as an undead avenger of his and his fiancée's murder.

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Eric
Rochelle Davis ...
Sarah
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Albrecht
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Top Dollar
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Myca
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Shelly
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Darla (as Anna Thomson)
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T-Bird
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Skank
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Tin Tin
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Funboy
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Grange
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Gideon
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Mickey
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Torres
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Annabella
Rock Taulbee ...
Lead Cop
Norman Max Maxwell ...
Roscoe (as Norman 'Max' Maxwell)
Jeff Cadiente ...
Waldo
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MJ
Erik Stabenau ...
Speeg
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Newscaster
Lou Criscuolo ...
Uniform Cop #1
Todd Brenner ...
Paramedic #1
Joe West ...
Paramedic #2
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Sanchez (as Tom Rosales)
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Braeden
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Jugger
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Bad Ass Criminal
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Charles Bazaldua ...
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Jennifer Blanc)
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Joseph Chapman ...
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Judi M. Durand ...
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Barbara Harris ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Barbara Iley)
Kathleen Kane ...
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Phillip Lucier ...
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Additional Voices (voice) (as J. Lamont Pope)
David Randolph ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as David J. Randolph)
Vernon Scott ...
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Jim Goodall ...
Medicine
Brad Laner ...
Medicine
James Putnam ...
Medicine
Eddie Ruscha ...
Medicine
Elizabeth Thompson ...
Medicine
Marston Daley ...
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Laura Gomel ...
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
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My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Charles Levi ...
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Mark McCabe ...
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Frank Nardiello ...
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
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Dale Frye ...
Thug with Beret in Boardroom (uncredited)
James O'Barr ...
Robber (uncredited)
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Bouncer (uncredited)
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Thug in Boardroom (uncredited)
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Shooter #2 in Boardroom (uncredited)
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Directed by

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Alex Proyas

Written by

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James O'Barr ... (comic book series and comic strip)
 
David J. Schow ... (screenplay) and
John Shirley ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Sherman L. Baldwin ... executive producer
Caldecot Chubb ... co-producer
Gregory A. Gale ... associate producer
Grant Hill ... associate producer
James A. Janowitz ... co-producer
Jeff Most ... producer
Edward R. Pressman ... producer
Robert L. Rosen ... executive producer

Music by

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Graeme Revell

Cinematography by

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Dariusz Wolski ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Dov Hoenig
M. Scott Smith ... (as Scott Smith)

Editorial Department

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Sonny Baskin ... additional editor
Matthew Booth ... first assistant editor
Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
John Finklea ... second assistant editor
Michael J. Harker ... post-production consultant
Patrick Paul Mullane ... assistant editor
Stephen R. Sheridan ... color timer (as Steve Sheridan)
Craig Wood ... additional editor (as Craig Woods)

Casting By

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Billy Hopkins
Suzanne Smith

Production Design by

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Alex McDowell

Art Direction by

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John Marshall
Simon Murton

Set Decoration by

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Marthe Pineau

Costume Design by

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Arianne Phillips

Makeup Department

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Lance Anderson ... special makeup effects artist
Scott Coulter ... special makeup effects assistant
Shelly Hutchins ... assistant hair stylist
Sharon Ilson ... makeup artist
Michelle Johnson ... key hair stylist
Herita Jones ... makeup artist
Mary Hedges Lampert ... key hair stylist
Sandra S. Orsolyak ... assistant makeup artist
Tyger Tate ... assistant makeup artist (as Tiger Tate)
Rita Troy ... assistant hair stylist
Rick Pour ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Gregory A. Gale ... post-production supervisor
Grant Hill ... unit production manager
Miguel Ángel Poveda ... post-production supervisor
Ric Rondell ... unit production manager: added scenes
Gregory G. Woertz ... executive in charge of production (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stephanie Fowler Adams ... additional second assistant director (as Stephanie Adams)
Steve E. Andrews ... first assistant director (as Steve Andrews)
Randall LaFollette ... second assistant director (as Randy LaFoulette)
Andrew Mason ... second unit director
Chemen Ochoa ... additional second assistant director
Danielle Rigby ... additional second assistant director
Chad Rosen ... second second assistant director
Jay Tobias ... second assistant director: additional photography
Cynthia E. Williams ... additional second assistant director (as Cynthia Williams)

Art Department

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William Barclay ... set designer (as William Barcley)
Judy Cosgrove ... set designer (as Judeth Lowey)
Tim Eckel ... set designer
Carol Francoso ... second on-set dresser
Beth Giles ... buyer
Geoffrey S. Grimsman ... assistant art director
Russell H. Holt ... set dresser
Russell Jones ... on set dresser
John D. Kretschmer ... lead man (as John Kretschmer)
Daniel Kuttner ... property master
Edward 'Tantar' LeViseur ... property master (as Tantar LeViseur)
James F. Oñate ... scenic foreman
Peter Pound ... storyboard artist
Ricky Riggs ... painter
Thomas Michael Ryan ... general foreman (as Thomas 'Mike' Ryan)
Daniel Samppala ... set dresser
Jeffrey Schlatter ... construction coordinator
Roger Scruggs ... carpenter
George Simcox ... plaster foreman
Hanna Strauss ... storyboard artist (as Hannah Strauss)
Birdie Talanca ... construction buyer
Ralph Woollaston ... construction foreman
Peter Battistelli ... mill shop foreman (uncredited)
Kathy Brunswick ... construction buyer (uncredited)
Chris Crowder ... carpenter (uncredited)
Jeffrey A. Hughes ... on-set dresser: second unit (uncredited)
Brian Kontz ... plaster gangboss (uncredited)
Alisa Lumbreras ... stand-by scenic artist (uncredited)
James Martishius ... carpenter (uncredited)
Larry Sauls ... set dresser (uncredited)
Brian Stultz ... scenic chargeman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bud Alper ... sound recordist (as Buddy Alper)
Gene Ashbrook ... boom operator (as Byron Eugene Ashbrook)
Christopher Assells ... sound effects editor (as Chris Assells)
Robert Batha ... foley editor
Ishmell Curry ... assistant sound editor
Gary Gegan ... re-recording mixer
Tom Gerard ... additional sound re-recording mixer (as Thomas P. Gerard)
Armond Ghzanian ... assistant sound editor
Marilyn Graf ... adr mixer
Dan Hegeman ... dialogue editor
Amy S. Hoffberg ... sound effects editor (as Amy Hoffberg)
Matthew Iadarola ... supervising re-recording mixer
David Kneupper ... sound designer: crow voice
Mark Lanza ... sound effects editor (as Mark A. Lanza)
Peter J. Lehman ... sound effects editor (as Peter Lehman)
Dan Marshall ... assistant sound editor
Dave McMoyler ... supervising sound editor
Brian McPherson ... sound designer (as Brian McPhearson)
Anthony Miceli ... additional sound recordist
John Miceli ... supervising sound editor (as John J. Miceli)
Glenn T. Morgan ... dialogue editor
Scott Mosteller ... sound effects editor
Tim Philben ... re-recording mixer
Joseph Phillips ... supervising sound designer
Ken S. Polk ... re-recording mixer (as Ken Polk)
Doug Reed ... foley artist
John Rice ... assistant sound editor
John Rotondi ... sound engineer: Y4
Joseph T. Sabella ... foley artist
Patrick N. Sellers ... dialogue editor (as Patrick Sellers)
Rodney Sharp ... assistant sound editor
Jeff Watts ... dialogue editor
Kim Waugh ... additional sound recordist

Special Effects by

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Scott Coulter ... special effects makeup
Chris Debiec ... special effects technician (as Christopher A. Debiec)
Ray O. Hardesty ... special effects technician
J.B. Jones ... special effects
Marc Mercury ... special effects technician
John Patteson ... special effects technician
Scott Patton ... sculptor
James L. Roberts ... special effects foreman (as James Roberts)
Sandy Collora ... concept artist/sculptor (uncredited)
Robert W. King ... special effects assistant (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Mark Axton ... visual effects coordinator (as Mark R. Axton)
Shawn Broes ... visual effects editor
Howard Burdick ... visual effects technical supervisor (as Howard Burdich)
Bill Cochran ... miniature special effects assistant (second unit pickups: DQI)
Chuck Comisky ... visual effects
Michael Condro ... motion control programmer/operator
Heather Davis Baker ... compositor (as Heather Davis) / digital compositor (as Heather Davis)
Karen deJong ... digital matte artist (as Karen de Jong)
Jinnie Eddlemon ... model maker
Mark Galvin ... visual effects executive producer (as Mark M. Galvin)
Mark Haugh ... digital compositor
Blaine Kennison ... compositor
Tim Landry ... visual effects technical supervisor
Ron Longo ... compositor
Andrew Mason ... visual effects supervisor
David McCullough ... visual effects producer (as David H. McCullough)
James D. McGeachy ... model maker (as James McGeachy)
Derrick Mitchell ... visual effects editor
John Murrah ... compositor (as John T. Murrah)
Mary Nelson ... compositor
Patrick Phillips ... digital rotoscope artist
Jason Piccioni ... imaging technician
Alexander Pitt ... compositor (as Alexander R. Pitt)
Gus Ramsden ... model coordinator
Olivier Sarda ... digital rotoscope artist
Robert Scifo ... digital matte artist (as Bob Scifo)
Eric Shipper Jr. ... model maker
Eric Skipper ... chief model maker
Robert Stadd ... visual effects producer: miniatures
Rick Stern ... motion control engineer
Michael Talarico ... miniatures director of photography / motion control director of photography
Melissa Taylor ... visual effects production manager
Richard Wright ... model maker
Manuel Rey Gonzalez ... digital artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Rick Avery ... stunts
Bobby Bass ... stunts
Kenny Bates ... stunts (as Ken Bates)
Sandy Berumen ... stunts
Simone Boisseree ... stunts
Bob Brown ... stunts
Troy Brown ... stunts
Jeff Cadiente ... stunts
Steven Chambers ... stunts (as Steve Chambers)
John Copeman ... stunt double
Mitchell Dean ... stunts
Chris Durand ... stunts
Dale Frye ... stunts
Shannon Gordon ... stunt performer
Al Goto ... stunts
Buddy Joe Hooker ... stunts
Brian Imada ... stunts
Jeff Imada ... stunt coordinator
Matt Johnston ... stunts
Dean Mumford ... stunts
Alan Oliney ... stunts
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... stunts (as Ronnie Rondell)
Erik Rondell ... stunts (as Eric Rondell)
Gilbert Rosales ... stunts
Lori Lynn Ross ... stunts
Chad Stahelski ... stunts (as Chad Storelson)
John Stoneham Jr. ... stunts
John Stoneham Sr. ... stunts
Kerry Wallum ... utility stunts
Ric Roman Waugh ... stunts (as Ric Waugh)
Chris Durand ... stunt double: Michael Wincott (uncredited)
Steve Hart ... stunts (uncredited)
Jeff Imada ... stunt advisor: Mr. Lee (uncredited)
Scott Mactavish ... stunt double (uncredited)
Chad Stahelski ... stunt double: Brandon Lee (uncredited) (reshoots only)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ken Arlidge ... camera operator
Eddie Bowlin ... electrician
John Cambria ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
David Crone ... camera operator
Michael Dhonau ... grip (re-shoots)
Rusty Edmonson ... lamp operator
Brooks P. Guyer ... louma crane operator
George Hesse ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
W.D. Hill ... rigging grip
Robert Hoelen ... best boy grip
Ken Hudson ... camera loader
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse ... key grip
Charles Laughon ... video assist
Mark C. McManus ... video assist operator
Claudio Miranda ... chief lighting technician
Steve Owen ... grip
Cristiano Palermi ... rigging electrician
Eric Parker ... rigging electrician
Alan Pickelsimer ... electrician
Keith Saayman ... crane/head technician
Michael E. Satrazemis ... seconds assistant camera (as Mike Satrazemis)
J Schaefer ... electrician
Jeffery J. Tufano ... camera operator: second unit
Marilou Vetter ... camera loader (as Mary Lou Vetter)
Troy N. Wade ... dolly grip
Rick Wiley ... key grip: second unit
Robert Zuckerman ... key art photographer / still photographer
Ed Blakely ... video assist operator: second unit (uncredited)
Daniel R. Haizlip ... grip (uncredited)
Charles 'Tom' Hinson ... dolly grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Billy DaMota ... additional casting
Craig Fincannon ... extras casting
Jennifer Low Sauer ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Roberta Bilé ... set costumer
C.J. Harris ... seamstress
Darryl Levine ... costume supervisor
Amy Lilley ... set costumer
Marina Marit ... costumer
Muto-Little ... costumer
Alice Powell ... seamstress

Location Management

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Michael Devlin ... location scout

Music Department

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Dick Bernstein ... music editor (as Richard Bernstein)
Craig Braginsky ... composer: theme music
Jolene Cherry ... music supervisor
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor
Art Ford ... music consultant
Jeff Most ... executive music producer / executive producer: soundtrack album
Beriau Picard ... assistant music editor
Jane Siberry ... musician
Tim Simonec ... orchestrator
Philip Tallman ... assistant music editor
Dan Wallin ... score mixer
Brian Williams ... composer: additional music / music designer

Transportation Department

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Edwin Bowden ... driver (as Edwin Bowden Jr.)
Mike Repeta ... driver
Lee Siler ... transportation coordinator
Scott Siler ... driver (uncredited)
Sonya Tomaro ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Charles W. Bailey ... cleanup crew
Clyde D. Baisey ... medic
Catherine Bayley ... featured dancer
Darryl Chan ... on set trainer: Brandon Lee
Gary Gero ... crow wrangler (as Garry Gero)
Cindy J. Gray ... production secretary
Eliza Hutton ... assistant: Mr. Lee
Jeff Imada ... fight choreographer
Roger Kass ... finance and production legal
Dione Kirby ... medic
Brandon Lee ... fight choreographer
Larry Madrid ... animal trainer
Zita Mazzola ... production coordinator: second unit
Bill McCamey ... set nurse
Christopher Otto ... assistant: Mr. Pressman
John Patteson ... armorer
Cornelia 'Nini' Rogan ... script supervisor
Jennifer Roth ... production coordinator
Roger Schumacher ... animal trainer
Jason Davids Scott ... unit publicist (as Jason D. Scott)
Durk Tyndall ... millman
James P. Warren ... animal trainer
Brian Baxter ... photo double (uncredited)
Russell Hicks ... craft service assistant (uncredited)
Jay Johnson ... title designer (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A poetic guitarist Eric Draven is brought back to life by a crow a year after he and his fiancée are murdered. The crow guides him through the land of the living, and leads him to his killers: knife thrower Tin-tin, drugetic Funboy, car buff T-Bird, and the unsophisticated Skank. One by one, Eric gives these thugs a taste of their own medicine. However their leader Top-Dollar, a world-class crime lord who will dispatch his enemies with a Japanese sword and joke about it later, will soon learn the legend of the crow and the secret to the vigilante's invincibility. Written by Don Hoffman

Plot Keywords
Taglines It Can't Rain All The Time. See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Crow: Die Krähe (Germany)
  • El Cuervo (Spain)
  • Le corbeau (Canada, French title)
  • Το κοράκι (Greece)
  • El Cuervo (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 102 min
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Box Office

Budget $23,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $94,000,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia Brandon Lee died during a mishap on the set. A scene required a gun to be loaded, cocked, and then pointed at the camera. Because of the close-range of the shot, the dummy cartridges loaded had real brass caps, bullet, but no powder. After the cut, the props master (not the arms master - he had left the set for the day) dry-fired the gun to get the cock off, knocking the projectile/bullet into the barrel of the gun. The next scene to be filmed involving that gun was the rape of Shelly. The gun was loaded with blanks (which usually contain double or triple the powder of a normal cartridge to make a loud noise). Lee entered the set carrying a bag of groceries containing an explosive blood pack. The script called for Funboy (Michael Massee) to shoot Eric Draven (Lee) as he entered the room, triggering the blood pack. The bullet that was stuck in the barrel was blasted at Lee through the bag he was carrying, killing him. The footage of his death was subsequently developed and used as evidence in the investigation into his death. As part of the lawsuit settlement, the footage was later destroyed. Lee is the son of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, who died in mysterious circumstances before completing Game of Death (1978). See also Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993). See more »
Goofs (at around 54 mins) After Skank was hit by the red car he left a large crack in the windshield but at the end of the car chase scene when the police rammed into the red car Skank falls out and the damage to the windshield has disappeared. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Crooklyn/Clean Slate/The Crow/Babyfever/Sunday's Children (1994). See more »
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Crazy Credits For Brandon and Eliza See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Sarah: [voiceover] If the people we love are stolen from us, the way to have them live on is to never stop loving them. Buildings burn, people die, but real love is forever.
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