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Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 60s radical preaching hatred toward men in her "Scum" manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to... See more »

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Valerie Jean Solanas
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Andy Warhol
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Stevie
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Maurice Girodias
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Iris (as Anna Thomson)
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Alan Burke
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Viva
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Jackie Curtis
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Gerard Malanga (as Donovan Leitch)
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Ondine
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Paul Morrisey (as Reg Rodgers)
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Tom Baker
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Laura
Coco McPherson ...
Brigid Berlin
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Ultra Violet
Danny Morgenstern ...
Jeremiah Newton
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Psychiatrist
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Hotel Earle Concierge
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Fred Hughes
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Candy Darling
James Lyons ...
Billy Name
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Susan
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Danny
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Rotten Rita
Kevin Rendon ...
Amphetamine Head
Caroline Benezet-Brown ...
Isabelle de Courcy
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Comtesse de Courcy
Massimo Audiello ...
Mario Amaya
Christina McKay ...
Warhol Superstar 1
Eugenie Vincent ...
Warhol Superstar 2
Georgia Hubley ...
Party Band Member
Ira Kaplan ...
Party Band Member
James McNew ...
Party Band Member
Tara Key ...
Party Band Member
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Louis Solanas
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Waitress
Faith Geer ...
Mrs. Warhola
Jeff Webster ...
Assistant D.A. Lankler
Henry Cabot Beck ...
Reporter 1
Christopher Cook ...
Reporter 2
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Editor of School Paper
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Clean Cut Boy (as Gabriel Mick)
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Jean
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John Who Likes Lesbians
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John Who Likes Golf Shoes
Laura Ekstrand ...
Marilyn
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Nedicks Manager
Michael Stumm ...
Chelsea Hotel Manager
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Mark
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Revolutionary No. 2
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Alison
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Alan Burke Show Director
Paco Juanas ...
Flamenco Guitarist
Steve Itkin ...
Police Chief on T.V.
Bill Lin ...
Passerby Man
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Passerby Girl 1
Anna Grace ...
Passerby Girl 2
Daniel Haughey ...
The Pornographer
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Drag Queen (uncredited)
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Runaway (uncredited)
Marshall Dancing Elk Lucas ...
Press Operator (uncredited)
Vincent J. Mazella ...
Waiter (uncredited)
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Cornelia Guest (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Go-Go Dancer (uncredited)
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Customer (uncredited)
Dean Sponsele ...
(uncredited)
Stan Tracy ...
Maitre'd (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mary Harron

Written by

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Jeremiah Newton ... (book: additional scenes dialogue from "The Letters and Diaries of Candy Darling, 1992")
 
Diane Tucker ... (research)
 
Mary Harron ... (written by) and
Daniel Minahan ... (written by)

Produced by

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Tom Kalin ... producer
Pamela Koffler ... line producer
Lindsay Law ... executive producer
Christine Vachon ... producer
Anthony Wall ... executive producer

Music by

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John Cale

Cinematography by

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Ellen Kuras

Film Editing by

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Keith Reamer

Editorial Department

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May Kuckro ... assistant editor
Nicole Monte ... assistant editor
Merril Stern ... associate editor
Patricia Sztaba ... negative cutter
Stan Sztaba ... negative cutter

Casting By

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Kerry Barden
Billy Hopkins
Suzanne Smith

Production Design by

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Thérèse DePrez

Set Decoration by

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Diane Lederman

Costume Design by

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David C. Robinson ... (as David Robinson)

Makeup Department

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Rob Benevides ... special makeup effects
Judy Chin ... makeup artist
Jane DiPersio ... additional makeup artist
Marjorie Durand ... key makeup artist
Angela Johnson ... additional makeup artist
Edward St. George ... hair designer

Production Management

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Blair Breard ... unit production manager
Pamela Koffler ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jeffrey Lazar ... first assistant director
Daniel Minahan ... second unit director
Jody Solomon ... second assistant director
John M. Tyson ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Annie Ballard ... property master
Stuart Berkowitz ... art intern
John Bruce ... art coordinator
Paul Etheredge ... lead man (as Paul Etheredge-Ouzts)
Dina Goldman ... assistant decorator
Tanya Greenblatt ... art department production assistant
Harlan Gruber ... carpenter
Magen Kauffman ... set dresser
Victoria Krasnakevich ... set dresser
Sarah Lavery ... assistant property master
Julio Lopez ... carpenter
Misho Stawnychy ... graphic artist

Sound Department

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Harriet Fidlow ... adr editor
Jeanne Gilliland ... boom operator
Ron Kalish ... foley artist
Kevin Lee ... sound editor
John Marshall ... supervising mixer
David Novack ... re-recording mixer
Harry Peck Bolles ... supervising sound editor
Lynn Sable ... assistant sound editor
Tony V. Stevens ... consultant: Dolby
Robert Taz Larrea ... sound mixer
Alfredo D. Troche ... adr artist

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Joyce George ... special photography

Camera and Electrical Department

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Daniel Beaman ... key grip
James J. Ferris ... grip
Russell Lee Fine ... photographer
Bill Foley ... still photographer
Joe Foley ... best boy grip
Nan Goldin ... special photography
Ashley Kimmet ... electrician
John C. Nadeau ... gaffer (as John Nadeau)
Toshiaki Ozawa ... grip
Simone Perusse ... best boy electric
Kate Phelan ... third electrician (as Kate M. Phelan)
Danya Reich ... second assistant camera
Antonio Rossi ... electrician
Kenji Tanaka ... camera production assistant
John Tanzer ... electrician
Ken Tanzer ... grip
Susanna Virtanen ... first assistant camera (as Indiana Montana)

Casting Department

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Karen E. Etcoff ... extras casting
Jennifer McNamara ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Dain I. Kalas ... costumer (as Dain Kalas)
Joan Kaufman ... assistant costume designer
Barbara Presar ... additional wardrobe
Laura Solin-Valdina ... wardrobe intern (as Laura Solin)
Wendy Van Dyke ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Andy Clark ... assistant location manager
Genevieve Lohman ... location assistant
Thomas J. Whelan ... location manager

Music Department

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Martin Brass ... score recordist
Patrick Derivaz ... assistant score recordist
Matt Donner ... assistant score recordist
James Flatto ... music editor
Martha Mooke ... musician
Randall Poster ... music supervisor
Dave Soldier ... score arranger

Transportation Department

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John Buchman ... driver (as John J. Buckman)
William K. Gaskins ... transportation captain
Thomas J. Weissler ... driver (as Thomas Weissler)

Other crew

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Jewel Donohue ... production assistant
Matthew T. Gannon ... production associate: Playhouse International Pictures
Eva Kolodner ... production office coordinator
Kenneth M. Kroll ... production accountant
Molly Lewis ... key craft service
Billy Name ... creative advisor
Alex Panagakis ... publicist
Kat Patterson ... production assistant
Katie Roumel ... assistant office coordinator
Susan Strine ... assistant accountant
René Veilleux ... key production assistant
Sheila Waldron ... script supervisor (as Sheila G. Waldron)
John D. Genovese ... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Marlene McCarty ... title designer (uncredited)

Thanks

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Ward Chamberlin ... thanks
Ahmet Ertegun ... thanks
Daniel Haughey ... special thanks
Georgia Hubley ... thanks
Ira Kaplan ... thanks
Andrew Leary ... thanks
Arthur Lee ... thanks
Milton Maldonado ... thanks (as Lt. Milton Maldonado)
Johnny Rivers ... thanks
Robin Urdang ... thanks

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Plot Summary

Based on the true story of Valerie Solanas who was a 60s radical preaching hatred toward men in her "Scum" manifesto. She wrote a screenplay for a film that she wanted Andy Warhol to produce, but he continued to ignore her. So she shot him. This is Valerie's story. Written by Jason Ihle

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Taglines You only get one shot at fame. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Yo disparé a Andy Warhol (Spain)
  • Én lőttem le Andy Warholt (Hungary)
  • Yo le disparé a Andy Warhol (Argentina)
  • Ho sparato a Andy Warhol (Italy)
  • Strzelalam do Warhola (Poland)
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  • 103 min
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Trivia The film was originally planned as a documentary, but the filmmakers found almost no footage of Solanas or anyone to speak about her. See more »
Goofs An end credit claims that Candy Darling died in 1975; she actually died in 1974. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Mulholland Falls/Sunset Park/The Truth About Cats and Dogs/I Shot Andy Warhol/Wings of Courage (1996). See more »
Soundtracks Burned See more »
Quotes Valerie Solanas: Give me fifteen cents, and I'll give you a dirty word.
Maurice Girodias: What's the word?
Valerie Solanas: Men.
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