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A group of homosexual people try to live with dignity and self-respect while events build to the opening battle in the major gay rights movement.

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La Miranda
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Matty Dean
Brendan Corbalis ...
Ethan
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Bostonia
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Vinnie
Peter Ratray ...
Burt
Dwight Ewell ...
Helen Wheels
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Mizz Moxie
Michael McElroy ...
Princess Ernestine
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Vito (as Luiz Guzman)
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Angelo
Tim Artz ...
Plainclothes Cop
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Uniformed Cop
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Diva
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Diva
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Diva
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Mr. August
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Agnes (as Margaret Gibson)
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Jose / Camelia (as Vincent Capone)
George Rafferty ...
Male Draft Officer
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Female Draft Officer (as Nicole Parker)
Chuck Pfeiffer ...
Psychiatrist (as Chuck Pfeifer)
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Mattachine Speaker
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Randy (as José Zuniga)
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Raoul (as Emanuel Xuereb)
Doug Barron ...
Waiter
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Tea Dance Bouncer
Peter Davies ...
Head Waiter
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Plainclothes Cop
Joseph Mosso ...
Nightstick Cop (as Joe Mosso)
Rennie Pincus ...
Desperate Cop
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Rioter (as Gabriel Mick)
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Bar Waitress
Stan Tracy ...
Bar Manager
Steve Itkin ...
Bar Manager
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Vinnie's Bodyguard
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Vinnie's Bodyguard (as Gaetano LoGuidice)
Robert Loudon ...
Stonewall Testimonial
Bob Kobler ...
Stonewall Testimonial
Queen Allyson Allante ...
Stonewall Testimonial
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Stonewall Testimonial
Randolfe Wicker ...
Stonewall Testimonial (as Randy Wicker)
Sascha Loren ...
Stonewall Testimonial
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jimmy Ashmore ...
Mattachine Boy at Back of Bus (uncredited)
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Bar Patron (uncredited)
Mickey Deans ...
Self (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Dana Eshghi ...
Rioter (uncredited)
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Rioter (uncredited)
Brian Ferrari ...
Mattachine Member (uncredited)
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Core Transgender Hooker and Rioter (uncredited)
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Rioter (uncredited)
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Fiona (uncredited)
Darren Ross ...
Rioter (uncredited)
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Lucy Tania (uncredited)

Directed by

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Nigel Finch

Written by

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Rikki Beadle Blair ... ()
 
Martin Duberman ... (novel)

Produced by

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Ruth Caleb ... producer
George Faber ... executive producer
Matthew Hamilton ... associate producer
Christine Vachon ... producer
Anthony Wall ... executive producer

Music by

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Michael Kamen

Cinematography by

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Chris Seager

Film Editing by

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John Richards

Editorial Department

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Mike Fraser ... negative cutting: Mike Fraser Ltd
Peter Hunt ... color timer

Production Design by

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Thérèse DePrez
Ford Wheeler

Set Decoration by

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Charles Ford

Costume Design by

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Michael Clancy

Makeup Department

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Sophia Longoria ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Jason Rail ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Susanne Hamilton ... post-production supervisor
Jill Sprecher ... unit production manager
Sue Wills ... unit manager: Arena, London (as Susan Wills)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Debbie Geller ... director: video segment
Van Hayden ... first assistant director
Meryl Stavitz ... second second assistant director
Annie Tan ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Annie Ballard ... property master
Joel Blumsack ... carpenter
V.S. Brodie ... art assistant
Corey Dicker ... second assistant set dresser
Paul Etheredge ... assistant set dresser (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)
Gary Gilmore ... carpenter
Harlan Gruber ... construction coordinator
Mike Horstman ... carpenter
Derrick Kardos ... art coordinator
Aarre Toru Lahti ... carpenter
Sarah Lavery ... art swing
Gary Levinson ... carpenter
Colette LiPari ... scenic intern
Julio Lopez ... carpenter
Jean-Phillipe Preteur ... set production assistant (as Jean-Phillippe Preteur)
Nelson Rodríguez ... scenic artist (as Nelson Rodriguez)
Arnie Saiki ... carpenter
Mark Sonderskov ... carpenter
Daniel Talpers ... carpenter (as Danny Talpers)
Jonathan Wellerstein ... scenic artist
Rachel Zabar ... art intern

Sound Department

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Coll Anderson ... production sound mixer
Julie Ankerson ... foley artist
Phil Croxall ... re-recording assistant
John Fewell ... foley artist
Alexander John ... adr editor
Peter Lennard ... sound effects editor
Laura Lovejoy ... dialogue editor
Tim Ricketts ... re-recording mixer
Michael Ruschak ... adr mixer
Ryan Webb ... boom operator
Aad Wirtz ... re-recording mixer
Garry Fiferman ... sound re-recordist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Paul Bucossi ... stunt player
Peter Bucossi ... stunt player
John Cenatiempo ... stunt player (as Johnny C.)
Stracy Diaz ... stunt player
Norman Douglass ... stunt player
Mike Farley ... stunt player
Donald John Hewitt ... stunt player (as Don Hewitt)
Jery Hewitt ... stunt player (as Jerry Hewitt)
Nick Muglia ... stunt player
Janet Paparazzo ... stunt player
Joseph Parisi ... stunt player
Joe Pentangelo ... stunt player
Michael Russo ... stunt player (as Mike Russo)
Elliot Santiago ... stunt player
Manny Siverio ... stunt coordinator / stunt player
Jeff Ward ... stunt player

Camera and Electrical Department

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Marc Abbott ... grip intern
Richard Audino ... best boy grip (as Rick Audino)
Daniel Beaman ... additional grip
Sarah Elspeth Black ... additional electric (as Sarah Black)
Catherine Boyd ... camera trainee
David Buckland ... still photographer
Christopher Caiati ... additional grip
Sarah Cawley ... camera operator: "b" camera
Meraby Ellis ... additional grip
David Feldman ... additional grip
James J. Ferris ... grip
Matthew W. Flannery ... additional electric (as Matthew Flannery)
Joe Foley ... additional electric
Vadim Frumin ... additional grip
Joyce George ... still photographer
Prashant Gupta ... still photographer
Tom Hamilton ... additional electric (as Tommy Hamilton)
Tim Kelly ... rigging grip
Todd S. Klein ... additional grip (as Todd Klein)
Maddy Lederman ... third grip
Tracy Litwin ... first assistant camera
Chris Lombardozzi ... additional electric
Frank McCormack ... additional electric
Alice McDermid ... additional grip (as Alice C. McDermid)
Michael T. Meador ... fourth grip
John C. Nadeau ... gaffer (as John Nadeau)
Toshiaki Ozawa ... rigging gaffer (as Toshi Ozawa)
Simone Perusse ... best boy electric
Kate Phelan ... additional electric
Tom Potoskie ... key grip
Antonio Rossi ... third electric
Michael Sadov ... fourth electric (as Mike Sadov)
Tom Schnaidt ... camera assistant: "b" camera (as Thomas Schnaidt)
Linda Sheehan ... second assistant camera (as Linda Jane Sheehan)
Christopher Smith ... still photographer
John Tanzer ... additional grip
Ken Tanzer ... additional grip

Casting Department

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Byron Crystal ... extras casting
Denise Fitzgerald ... casting assistant
Jennifer McNamara ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kevin Donaldson ... costumer
Vicki Farrell ... assistant costume designer (as Victoria Farrell)
Wendy Van Dyke ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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David Appelbaum ... location scout: Philadelphia
Pam Brandt ... location assistant
Andy Clark ... assistant location manager
Sarah Lindborg ... location assistant (as Sara Lindborg)
Timothy T.P. Robbins ... location scout (as Timothy Robbins)
Susan Strine ... location assistant
Thomas J. Whelan ... location manager

Music Department

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Alexander John ... music editor
Patrick Seymour ... composer: additional music (as Pat Seymour)

Script and Continuity Department

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Robyn Slovo ... script editor
Dina Waxman ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Robert Morgan ... driver
John Morrone III ... teamster co-captain
Thomas J. Weissler ... teamster captain

Additional Crew

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Kweku Abdullah ... set production assistant (as Kwaku 'Abdullah)
Judd Blaise ... intern: Arena, London
Rosemarie Bradford ... production assistant: Arena, London
John Cadwell ... business development
Jonathan Cato ... title design
Emma Chapman ... publicist: : Kirby Communications
Eric Chung ... coordinator: Philadelphia
Leon Collard ... phototypesetting: Wyvern Typesetting
Graham Connolly ... intern: Arena, London
Chiedu Egbuniwe ... intern: Arena, London
Dana Eshghi ... set production assistant
Eric M. Eskenazi ... intern: Arena, London (as Eric Eskenazi)
Joseph Fusco ... set production assistant
Jane Hawley ... production executive
Julie Head ... intern: Arena, London
Neil Hobbs ... intern: Arena, London
Takahide Kawakami ... additional production assistant (as Taka Kawakami)
Brian Kerns ... intern: Arena, London
Doreen Kilbane ... production secretary: Arena, London
Michael J. Kinney ... set production assistant (as Michael Kinney)
Eva Kolodner ... craft service
Kenneth M. Kroll ... production accountant
Suzanne R. La Tulipe ... assistant production accountant (as Suzanne LaTulipe)
Paul Leonardo Jr. ... production assistant
Peter Loam ... title design
Nolyn Mason ... intern: Arena, London
Brendan McDaniel ... choreographer
Jennifer Molloy ... additional craft service
Beth Moran ... office production assistant
Maureen Nolan ... intern: Arena, London
Chastity O'Connor ... intern: Arena, London (as Chastity O'Connor 'Crazy')
Alex Panagakis ... publicist
Jean-Phillipe Preteur ... set production assistant (as Jean-Phillippe Preteur)
Paula Gene Reese ... additional production assistant (as Paula Reese)
Antonio Rodríguez ... additional production assistant (as Antonio Rodriguez)
Katie Roumel ... assistant production coordinator
Adrianna Santos ... set production assistant
Jean-Andre Sassine ... parking coordinator (as Jean Sassine)
Poonam Sharma ... co-production executive
Ray Slater ... opticals: Soho Images
Karen Sprecher ... production coordinator
Kenji Tanaka ... assistant: director
Kate True ... additional production assistant
Victor Glynn ... studio executive (uncredited)

Thanks

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Mimi Bowling ... special thanks
Sue Bruce-Smith ... special thanks
Jim Cottrell ... special thanks
Lee Dickenson ... special thanks: Independence National Movement
Regina Dunphy ... special thanks
David Edmond ... special thanks
John Ensby ... special thanks
Nicola Finch ... special thanks
Nigel Finch ... in memory of: 1949-1995 (as Nigel Lucius Graeme Finch)
Toby Grosvenor ... special thanks
Rupert Haselden ... dedicatee: the film is dedicated to the memory of (as Rupert Haselden 1957-1994)
Daniel Haughey ... special thanks (as Dan Haughey)
Todd Haynes ... special thanks
Tony Heasman ... special thanks
Williamson L. Henderson V. ... special thanks: Stonewall Veterans Association (as Williamson Henderson)
Bruce Hinman ... special thanks: The Kleinknecht Organization
Sue Hunt ... special thanks
Noel Jefferson ... special thanks: New York City Housing Preservation and Development
Alastair Johnson ... special thanks
Ed Krett ... special thanks
John Lafferty ... special thanks
Joseph F. Lovett ... special thanks (as Joe Lovett)
Helen Mallory ... special thanks
Diane Margolis ... special thanks
Patrick McDerre ... special thanks (as Patrick McDerre and Family)
Gary McMunn ... special thanks: New York City Housing Preservation and Development
Milton Moldonado ... special thanks: New York City Police Department (as Lt. Milton Moldonado)
Richard Nash ... special thanks
Tom O'Donnell Jr. ... special thanks: Teamster Local 817 (as Tom O'Donnell)
Dan O'Leary ... special thanks: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Craig Paull ... special thanks
Randy Poe ... special thanks
Scott Ravine ... special thanks
Richard Rubel ... special thanks: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Jay Schadler ... special thanks
David W. Schoner Jr. ... special thanks: New Jersey Film Commission (as David Schoner)
Homeboy The Cat ... special thanks (as Homeboy the Cat)
Sjaak Van der Bent ... special thanks
Dawn Walters ... special thanks
Anne Webber ... special thanks
Randolfe Wicker ... special thanks (as Randy Wicker)
Reggie Young ... special thanks: Special Events Studio

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Who could have guessed that a bunch of men in dresses would breath life into the movement to win equal rights for gay men and lesbians? Certainly not the police who raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular "drag" bar in Greenwich Village. After a long history of police raids, extortion, and brutality, a gaggle of drag queens at the Stonewall decide they have had enough and begin to riot when the police try to load them into a paddy wagon. Told by "La Miranda" (Hector), a regular customer at the Stonewall Inn, the film is a recounting of events that led up to that fateful day in 1969. "Matty Dean" is the handsome angry young man that La Miranda meets at the Stonewall one day and with whom she/he quickly falls in love. "Bostonia" is the self-styled Queen Mother of the drag queens and guides each initiate gently "into the life." Her lover, Vinnie, is the closeted proprietor of the Stonewall. His tragic response to the suffocation he feels bearing down on him from a homophobic world -- perhaps as much as anything else -- sparks the riots. This is the Stonewall Riots "As Told By La Miranda". Written by Mark Fleetwood

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Taglines Stonewall. The Story Begins. [Australia theatrical] See more »
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  • 99 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Director Nigel Finch died of AIDS shortly after completing this, his last film. See more »
Goofs The picket at Independence Hall was a yearly event called the Annual Reminder. It took place every July 4 from 1965 to 1969. The Stonewall riots began June 28, earlier in the summer than the Annual Reminder. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Stonewall (1997). See more »
Soundtracks Another Green World See more »
Quotes Princess Ernestine: La Miranda, girl, why do you always put yourself though this?
La Miranda: Why, Princess Ernestine? It's for the sheer, irresistible goddamn glamour of it all.
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