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In a future world devastated by disease, a convict is sent back in time to gather information about the man-made virus that wiped out most of the human population on the planet.

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Joseph Melito ...
Young Cole
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James Cole
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Jose
Michael Chance ...
Scarface
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Tiny
H. Michael Walls ...
Botanist
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Geologist
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Zoologist
Carol Florence ...
Astrophysicist / Jones
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Microbiologist
Ernest Abuba ...
Engineer
Irma St. Paule ...
Poet
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Kathryn Railly
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Detective Franki
Bruce Kirkpatrick ...
Policeman No. 1
Wilfred Williams ...
Policeman No. 2
Rozwill Young ...
Billings
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Jeffrey Goines
Nell Johnson ...
Ward Nurse
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L.J. Washington (as Fred Strother)
Rick Warner ...
Dr. Casey
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Dr. Fletcher
Anthony 'Chip' Brienza ...
Dr. Goodin
Joilet Harris ...
Harassed Mother
Drucie McDaniel ...
Waltzing Woman Patient
John Blaisse ...
Old Man Patient
Louis Lippa ...
Patient at Gate
Stan Kang ...
X-Ray Doctor
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WWI Captain
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WWI Sergeant
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Dr. Peters
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Professor
Jann Ellis ...
Marilou
Johnnie Hobbs Jr. ...
Officer No. 1
Janet Zappala ...
Anchorwoman (as Janet L. Zappala)
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Evangelist
Harry O'Toole ...
Louie / Raspy Voice
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Thug No. 1
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Thug No. 2
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Teddy (as Lisa Gay Hamilton)
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Fale (as Felix A. Pire)
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Bee (as Matthew Ross)
Barry Price ...
Agent No. 1
John Panzarella ...
Agent No. 2
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Dr. Goines
Larry Daly ...
Agent No. 3
Arthur Fennell ...
Anchorman
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Pompous Man
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Lt. Halperin
Paul Meshejian ...
Detective Dalva
Robert O'Neill ...
Wayne
Kevin Thigpen ...
Kweskin
Lee Golden ...
Hotel Clerk
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Wallace
Jeff Tanner ...
Plain Clothes Cop
Faith Potts ...
Store Clerk
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Weller
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Woman Cabbie
Lisa Talerico ...
Ticket Agent
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Airport Detective
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Plump Businessman (as Franklin Huffman)
Jodi Dawson ...
Gift Store Clerk (as JoAnn S. Dawson)
Jack Dougherty ...
Airport Security No. 1
Lenny Daniels ...
Airport Security No. 2
Herbert C. Hauls Jr. ...
Airport Security No. 3
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Impatient Traveler
Carolyn Walker ...
Terrified Traveler
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Student in Airport (uncredited)
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Bear (uncredited)
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Psychiatric Patient (uncredited)
Phillip V. Caruso ...
French War Photographer (uncredited)
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FBI Agent (uncredited)
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Psyciatric Prisoner (uncredited)
Kelly Farnan ...
Kissing Couple (uncredited)
Joe Gerety ...
Sprayer (uncredited)
Laura Glas ...
Terrified Traveler #2 (uncredited)
Robert Gleason ...
1st Man at book signing (uncredited)
John Hagy ...
Bus Passenger (uncredited)
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Drug Addict (uncredited)
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Time Portal Nurse (uncredited)
Julie Mabry ...
Prostitute (uncredited)
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Travler (uncredited)
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Prisoner Joey (uncredited)
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Man Tying Shoe in Hotel (uncredited)
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Inpatient (uncredited)
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Demon (uncredited)
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Man in Transit Lounge (uncredited)
Thang ...
Monkey Member (uncredited)
Susan Wool-Rush ...
Avid Fan (uncredited)

Directed by

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Terry Gilliam

Written by

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Chris Marker ... (film La Jetée)
 
David Webb Peoples ... (screenplay) (as David Peoples) &
Janet Peoples ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Robert Cavallo ... executive producer
Mark Egerton ... associate producer
Robert Kosberg ... executive producer
Gary Levinsohn ... executive producer
Lloyd Phillips ... co-producer
Charles Roven ... producer
Kelley Smith-Wait ... associate producer

Music by

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Paul Buckmaster

Cinematography by

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Roger Pratt ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Mick Audsley

Editorial Department

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Monica Anderson ... second assistant editor: Baltimore
Victoria Boydell ... second assistant editor
Hermione Byrt ... second assistant editor
Trevor Collins ... negative cutter
Lucy Darwin ... post-production coordinator
Dan Gane ... first assistant editor
Celia Haining ... apprentice editor
Pam Hall ... post production assistant
Erin Miller ... apprentice editor
Amanda Pollack ... second assistant editor
Brian Ufberg ... first assistant editor
Joe Violante ... dailies advisor (as Joey Violante)
Eddie Wilder ... color timer
Glyn Williams ... post production assistant (as J. Glyn Williams)
Eric McClain ... colorist: dailies (uncredited)

Casting By

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Margery Simkin

Production Design by

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Jeffrey Beecroft

Art Direction by

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William Ladd Skinner ... (as Wm Ladd Skinner)

Set Decoration by

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Crispian Sallis

Costume Design by

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Julie Weiss

Makeup Department

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Christina Bartolucci ... hair & makeup: Bruce Willis
Christine Beveridge ... hair designer / makeup designer
William A. Kohout ... hair stylist (as William Kohout)
Peggy Nicholson ... key hair stylist
Allen Weisinger ... makeup artist (as Alan Weisinger)

Production Management

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Charles Miller ... assistant production manager
Lloyd Phillips ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Andrew Bernstein ... second second assistant director
Mark Egerton ... first assistant director
Philip A. Patterson ... second assistant director (as Phillip A. Patterson)
John Rusk ... first assistant director: second unit

Art Department

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Ron Ashmore ... paint foreman
Kate Bartouldus ... set dresser (as Kate Bartoldus)
David Beach ... set dresser: Baltimore
Elizabeth Bell ... set dresser: Baltimore
Sally Boccella ... set dressing coordinator: Baltimore
Carl Catanese ... leadman: Baltimore
Matt Codd ... production illustrator
Christopher L. Conner ... foreman (as Chris Connor)
Joseph Timothy Conway ... on-set dresser: Philadelphia (as Joseph T. Conway)
F. Dale Davis ... set dresser: Baltimore (as Dale Davis)
Norman Dodge ... leadman: Philadelphia (as Norm Dodge)
Chad Doherty ... foreman
Steven Lane Ewing ... construction coordinator (as Steve Ewing)
Glen Foster ... carpenter
Tim Galvin ... assistant art director
Rick Gamez ... prop builder
Benjamin Goldberg ... set dressing coordinator: Philadelphia (as Ben Goldberg)
Wesley Goodwin ... carpenter (as Wes Goodwin)
Kevin Greene ... construction accountant
Doug Harlocker ... property master (as Douglas Harlocker)
Damien Harrer ... labor foreman: Philadelphia
William Hennessy ... set dresser
Robert Holtzman ... set buyer (as Robert 'Ratface' Holtzman)
Kevin Ishioka ... assistant art director
James Kelley ... set dresser: Baltimore (as Jim Kelley)
Lara Kelly ... art department coordinator
Mark Kendig ... carpenter
Peggy Khoury ... set buyer
Yvonne King ... set dresser: Philadelphia
Jay Klein ... set dresser: Baltimore
John D. Kretschmer ... leadman (as John Kretschmer)
Robert LaPrell ... assistant art director (as Bob LaPrell) / construction coordinator (as Bob LaPrell)
Hoang Le ... carpenter / gang boss
Ted Lubonovich II ... carpenter (as Ted Lubonvich)
Scott Maginnis ... assistant property master
Paul Maiello ... carpenter
Matt McAnany ... set dresser: Philadelphia
John Mills ... set dresser: Philadelphia
Paul A. Minitello ... painter (as Paul Minitello)
Larry Misselhorn ... greensman
Scott T. Pina ... carpenter (as Scott Pina) / gang boss (as Scott Pina)
Gary Pugh ... carpenter
Scott Purcell ... graphic artist (as R. Scott Purcell)
Greg Rocco ... on-set dresser: Baltimore
Michael Sabo ... set dresser: Baltimore (as Mike Sabo)
John Martin Schmidt ... set dresser
Thomas H.E. Scruggs ... set dresser (as Thomas Scruggs)
Wayne Smith ... stand-by painter
Meg Hyatt Snow ... assistant props
Jeff Stacy ... set dresser
Tom Watkins ... set dresser: Philadelphia
Jim S. Williams ... set dresser: Philadelphia (as Jim Williams)
Paul Williams ... gang boss
William F. Wirth ... foreman (as Bill Wirth)
Chris Wolf ... foreman
Thomas Ashley ... art production assistant (uncredited)
Steve Cotroneo ... prop fabricator (uncredited)
Drew H. Fash ... property assistant (uncredited)
Lilly Frank ... graphics assistant (uncredited)
Jon E. Graf ... shop craftsman (uncredited)
Randy G. Herbert ... construction gang boss (uncredited)
Edward J. Johnson ... carpenter (uncredited)
Warren Manser ... illustrator (uncredited)
Christopher G. Markunas ... carpenter (uncredited)
Silvija L. Moess ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Charles J. Scott ... set decorating welder (uncredited)
Nell Stifel ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Christine Sysko ... set dresser (uncredited)
Thomas Turnbull ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Tom West ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Mick Boggis ... re-recording mixer
Nick Church ... digital sound advisor
Simon Cozens ... assistant sound editor
Jennie Evans ... digital sound editor
Diane Greaves ... foley artist
Peter Joly ... supervising sound editor
Danny Longhurst ... dialogue editor
Peter Maxwell ... re-recording mixer
Jay Meagher ... sound mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell ... adr mixer
Clive Pendry ... re-recording mixer
Imogen Pollard ... sound editor
Tasha Pym ... apprentice sound editor
Dave Robinson ... utility
Randy Smith ... boom operator
Jack Stew ... foley artist
Jason Swanscott ... foley artist
Ted Swanscott ... foley recordist
Dominick Tavella ... adr mixer
Budge Tremlett ... adr editor
Ian Wilson ... foley editor
Steve Hancock ... studio sound technician (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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David Acord ... on set special effects technician
Russell Hardee ... on set special effects technician
James Healy ... on set special effects technician
Russell Hurlburt ... on set special effects technician
Paul Kocar ... on set special effects technician
Thomas Lockey ... on set special effects technician
Joseph P. Mercurio ... on set special effects technician (as Joe Mercurio)
Shirley Montefusco ... special effects project manager
Vincent Montefusco ... pyrotechnic engineer / special effects mechanical engineer
Anthony Simonaitis ... special effects on set supervisor
Keith Suzuki ... special effects shop foreman
Beecher Tomlinson ... on set special effects technician (as Beacher Tomlinson)
Steve Cotroneo ... special effects prop fabricator (uncredited)
Gary Pilkinton ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Richard Bain ... digital compositor: Peerless Camera
Martin Body ... digital compositor: Peerless Camera
Steve Cutmore ... digital compositor: Peerless Camera
Ditch Doy ... computer graphics animator: Peerless Camera (as Richard Doy)
Doug Forrest ... digital compositor: Peerless Camera
Emily Goodman ... digital snow effects: Peerless Camera
Jim Goodman ... digital snow effects: Peerless Camera
Kent Houston ... visual effects supervisor: Peerless Camera
Tim Ollive ... computer graphics animator: Peerless Camera
Chris Panton ... digital compositor: Peerless Camera
Joshua Pines ... digital snow effects: Peerless Camera (as Josh Pines)
Susi Roper ... visual effects coordinator: Peerless Camera
David Smith ... optical effects: Peerless Camera
Dean Yurke ... computer graphics supervisor: Peerless Camera (as Manfred-Dean Yurke)
Andrea Adams ... computer graphics animator (uncredited)
Jim Davey ... scanning and recording (uncredited)
Sean Hedges-Quinn ... model maker (uncredited)
Sarah Marchant ... flame compositor (uncredited)
Paul Round ... digital compositor (uncredited)
John Swinnerton ... compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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G.A. Aguilar ... stunts (as George Aguilar)
Sandy Alexander ... stunts
Bill Anagnos ... stunts (as Billy Anagnos)
John Copeman ... stunt agent
Paul Couch ... stunts
Douglas Crosby ... stunts (as Doug Crosby)
E.J. Evans ... stunts
Terry Jackson ... stunt double: Bruce Willis
Ronald Jaynes ... stunts
Chuck Jeffreys ... stunts
Sean Kelly ... stunt waiter
David S. Lomax ... stunts (as David Lomax)
Steve Martin ... stunts (as Steve Earl Martin)
Cynthia Neilson ... stunt guest
Phil Neilson ... stunt coordinator / stunts
Elliot Santiago ... stunts
Steve Santosusso ... stunts
Brian Smyj ... stunts
Michael Sinclair Walter ... stunts (as Michael Walter)
Aaron Michael Lacey ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alex Applefeld ... video assist: Baltimore
Rhett Bloomquist ... grip (as Rhett Bloomquiet)
Phillip V. Caruso ... still photographer (as Phil Caruso)
David Cecil ... electrician
Andrew Reed Conner ... electrician
Bill Fiedler ... electrician (as Bill Fielder)
Chuck Finch ... chief lighting technician (as Robert 'Chuck' Finch)
Mike Finnegan ... rigging grip: Baltimore
Rodney French ... best boy rigging grip
Bill Gerardo ... second assistant camera (as William Gerardo)
Vinnie Gerardo ... first assistant camera (as Vincent Gerardo)
Thomas Greco ... loader (as Thomas Grecco)
Craig Haagensen ... camera operator
Thomas Jirgal ... best boy grip (as Casey Jirgal)
William Jones ... grip (as Bill Jones)
Ian Kelly ... video assist operator
Thomas Lappin ... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Tom Lappin)
Craig Ligget ... rigging gaffer
Steven Litecky ... assistant chief lighting technician
Patrick McGrath ... dolly grip (as Pat McGrath)
Matt Miller ... rigging grip
Mike Miller ... key grip (as Michael Miller)
Peter Norman ... camera operator: "b" camera
Lance E. Phox ... rigging electric best boy (as Lance Phox)
Kyle Rudolph ... camera operator: "b" camera
Keith Salkowski ... electrician
John Martin Schmidt ... video engineer
Lee Shapira ... grip
Blackford 'Boots' Shelton ... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Boots Sheldon)
Brian Snell ... grip: Baltimore
Jeffrey Baxter ... grip (uncredited)
Rob Coughlin ... grip (uncredited)
William P. Fiedler ... electrician (uncredited)
Michael Goldman ... electrician (uncredited)
Toshiaki Ozawa ... electrician (uncredited)
David Renken ... daily electrician (uncredited)
George Roach ... grip (uncredited)
Ed Slater ... grip (uncredited)
Jarvis B. Wilsher ... electrician (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Susan Gish ... extras casting
Marissa Giunta ... casting assistant
Mikie Heilbrun ... casting associate (as Mikie Heilbrum)
Mike Lemon ... casting: Philadelphia
Cathy Pritchard ... extras casting
Amanda Stern ... casting assistant
Eric Zuckerman ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Dodson Elliott ... costume production assistant
Anne Gorman ... costume shop supervisor: Philadelphia
Marina Marit ... costumer
B.J. Rogers ... costumer
Eric H. Sandberg ... costume supervisor (as Eric Sandberg)
Shana Schoepke ... costume production assistant
Melissa Stanton ... wardrobe supervisor
Christopher Gilman ... specialty wardrobe (uncredited)
B.J. Rogers ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Kathi Ash ... assistant location manager: Baltimore
Tim Downs ... location production assistant
Anna M. Elias ... assistant location manager (as Anna Mewbourne)
Scott Elias ... location manager
Suzanne Koneful ... location production assistant
Charley Armstrong ... location scout (uncredited)
Michael Lehman ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Paul Buckmaster ... conductor / orchestrator
Nicholas Bucknall ... musician: clarinet
Robin Clarke ... music editor
Graham Farrow ... assistant music editor
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestral contractor
Charles Olins ... re-recorded music producer
Eric Tomlinson ... scoring engineer
Gavyn Wright ... orchestra leader
Mark Berrow ... musician: violin (uncredited)
Mike Bradford ... assistant: composer (uncredited)
Peter Davies ... musician (uncredited)
Erik Jordan ... assistant scoring engineer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Richard Curry ... driver (as Richie Curry)
Joseph Hawkins ... driver
Ted Robison ... driver
Bob Rocco ... driver
James Patrick Whalen Jr. ... transportation coordinator (as James Whelan Jr.)
Charles E. Bauer ... driver (uncredited)
Michael Luckeroth ... driver (uncredited)
Gerald Titus ... driver (uncredited)
Douglas A. Walk ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Marilyn Bailey ... script supervisor
Howard Baral ... post-production accountant: R.C. Baral & Co.
Valerie Bartlett ... production secretary: Baltimore
Thomas 'Doc' Boguski ... assistant production office coordinator: Philadelphia
Stephen Bridgewater ... radio programmes performer
Alex Brown ... production assistant
Jan Carroll ... dailies projectionist: Philadelphia
Penny Causer ... title designer
Jim Clubb ... animal coordinator: London
Melissa Stanley Cohen ... assistant production office coordinator: Baltimore (as Melissa 'Stanley' Cohen)
John 'JR' Craigmile ... payroll accountant (as John 'J.R.' Craigmile)
Ted Criswell ... set medic
Deborah Dasher ... post-production accountant: R.C. Baral & Co.
Dennis Davidson ... public relations
Marc Diener ... legal services
Liz Dykhouse ... assistant production accountant
Stephen J. Eads ... assistant: Mr. Willis (as Stephen Eads)
George Figgs ... projectionist: Baltimore
Lisbeth Fouse ... assistant: Mr. Gilliam
Carole French ... craft service assistant: Philadelphia
Alan Glazer ... assistant: Mr. Roven
Reva Grantham ... craft service
Chad Graves ... assistant: Mr. Pitt
Solita Hanna ... production assistant
Ellen M. Hillers ... second unit coordinator (as Ellen Hillers)
Warren Holcomb ... legal services
Pino Insegno ... voice dubbing: Brad Pitt
Ernie Karpeles ... animal coordinator
Walter Kiesling ... production assistant (as Walter Scott)
Avi Korein ... security: Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt
Stuart Levy ... head of facilities
Ernie Malik ... unit publicist
Theresa Marsh ... assistant production accountant
Emily McGovern ... production assistant
Joy Moody ... assistant: Mr. Phillips
Terry Morse Jr. ... bond representative (as Terry Morse)
Elena Moscatt ... craft service: Baltimore
Norm Nelson ... production secretary: Philadelphia
Elizabeth J. Nevin ... production coordinator
Terry Ostrow ... assistant: Ms. Stowe
Mark Quigg ... caterer
Andrea Rapke ... production assistant (as Andrea Scheinberg-Rapke)
Deborah Ricketts ... video research
Timothy Shannon ... set captain (as Tim Shannon)
Richard Suckle ... production executive: Atlas
Ken Tarallo ... pyrotechnic foreman
Matilde Valera ... production accountant
Robbin Van Pelt ... set security
Foard J. Wilgis ... co-captain: Baltimore (as Foard Wilgis)
Jomo Kenyatta Wilson ... production assistant (as Jomo Wilson)
Lebbeus Woods ... interrogation room set inspired by
Denise A. Beale ... production assistant: Baltimore (uncredited)
Stephen Bridgewater ... drama coach: Brad Pitt (uncredited)
Jamie Nicholette Frey ... production assistant (uncredited)
Adam Hatley ... stand-in: Brad Pitt (uncredited)
Melissa Holt ... production assistant (uncredited)
Fred King ... production assistant (uncredited)
Michael LaCorte ... production assistant (uncredited)
Kurt Leitner ... production assistant (uncredited)
Derrick Loris ... production office intern (uncredited)
Len Murach ... film runner (uncredited)
Brian Ransom ... video project coordinator (uncredited)
Michael Smith ... production assistant (uncredited)
Kirsten Turner ... production assistant (uncredited)
Rick Walls ... production assistant: second unit (uncredited)
Robert Zorella ... accounting intern (uncredited)

Thanks

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Shelly Brett ... the producers and director wish to thank
Paul Carr ... the producers and director wish to thank
Ray Cooper ... the producers and director wish to thank
Catherine Councill ... the producers and director wish to thank: Maryland Film Commission
Burr S. Eichelman ... the producers and director wish to thank (as Burr S. Eichelman M.D.)
Robert Farr ... the producers and director wish to thank
Keith Fulton ... the producers and director wish to thank
Jack Gerbes ... the producers and director wish to thank: Maryland Film Commission
Laszlo Gyulai ... the producers and director wish to thank (as Laszlo Gyulai M.D.)
Reg Larkman ... the producers and director wish to thank: Planet Hollywood London
Hans Orff ... the producers and director wish to thank (as Prof. Hans Orff)
Louis Pepe ... the producers and director wish to thank
Sharon Pinkenson ... the producers and director wish to thank: Greater Philadelphia Film Commission
Michael Styer ... the producers and director wish to thank: Maryland Film Commission
A.C. Ula ... the producers and director wish to thank (as Dr. A.C. Ula)
Eric Whikehart ... the producers and director wish to thank (as Eric Whikehart M.D.)
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Plot Summary

An intense film about time travel, this Sci-Fi entry was directed by Terry Gilliam, a member of the comedy troupe Monty Python. The film stars Bruce Willis as James Cole, a prisoner of the state in the year 2035 who can earn parole if he agrees to travel back in time and thwart a devastating plague. The virus has wiped out most of the Earth's population and the remainder live underground because the air is poisonous. Returning to the year 1990, six years before the start of the plague, Cole is soon imprisoned in a psychiatric facility because his warnings sound like mad ravings. There he meets a scientist named Dr. Kathryn Railly (Madeleine Stowe) and Jeffrey Goines (Brad Pitt), the mad son of an eminent virologist (Christopher Plummer). Cole is returned by the authorities to the year 2035, and finally ends up at his intended destination in 1996. He kidnaps Dr. Railly in order to enlist her help in his quest. Cole discovers graffiti by an apparent animal rights group called the Army of the Twelve Monkeys, but as he delves into the mystery, he hears voices, loses his bearings, and doubts his own sanity. He must figure out if Goines, who seems to be a raving lunatic, holds the key to the puzzle.

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Taglines The future is history. See more »
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Also Known As
  • 12 Monkeys (United States)
  • L'armée des 12 singes (France)
  • 12 Monkeys (Germany)
  • Doce monos (Spain)
  • 12 monos (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 129 min
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Box Office

Budget $29,000,001 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $14,200,000, 07 Jan 1996
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $168,839,459

Did You Know?

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Trivia Bruce Willis took a lower salary than his star-status would normally entitle, partly because of budget restrictions, but mostly because he wanted to work with Terry Gilliam. Actually Bruce did the movie for free. It was only after the movie was released that he was paid. See more »
Goofs When they are in the car in 1996 and Cole wishes for the volume to be turned up, Kathryn presses the button on the radio. The frequency changes, but the volume goes up. -- Actually the frequency doesn't change. Initially time was displayed (9:33) and when she presses the button frequency is displayed (103.7). See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (2012). See more »
Soundtracks What a Wonderful World See more »
Crazy Credits The symbol of the 12 Monkeys provides the backdrop for the opening and closing credits. See more »
Quotes Jeffrey Goines: There's the television. It's all right there - all right there. Look, listen, kneel, pray. Commercials! We're not productive anymore. We don't make things anymore. It's all automated. What are we *for* then? We're consumers, Jim. Yeah. Okay, okay. Buy a lot of stuff, you're a good citizen. But if you don't buy a lot of stuff, if you don't, what are you then, I ask you? What? Mentally *ill*. Fact, Jim, fact - if you don't buy things - toilet paper, new cars, computerized yo-yos, electrically-operated sexual devices, stereo systems with brain-implanted headphones, screwdrivers with miniature built-in radar devices, voice-activated computers...
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