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Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road ()


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Neal Oliver, a very confused young man and an artist (played by James Marsden) takes a journey of a lifetime on a highway I60 that doesn't exist on any of the maps, going to the places he... See more »

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Quincy
Paul Brogren ...
Zack
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Tolbert (Deep Stomach)
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O.W. Grant
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Mr. Baker
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Neal Oliver
Melyssa Ade ...
Sally
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Dad
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Mom
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Nancy
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Ray
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Dr. Craig
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Frank
Krista Leis ...
Ann
Michael Rhoades ...
Kirby
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Otis
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Warehouse Worker (as John Canavan)
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AAA Rep
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Blue Diamond (waitress)
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Elmer the Bettor
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Hal
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Laura
Rebecca Jenkins ...
Susan Ross
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Rave Guard
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Rave Girl (as Leah Cudmore)
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Philip
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Captain Ives
Liz Royer ...
Cleaning Woman
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Bob Cody
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Will Work For Food
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Jack Gas Attendant
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Mrs. James
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Art Gallery Docent
Les Porter ...
Male Critic #1
Rene Lemieux ...
Male Critic #2
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Female Critic
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Morlaw Cop
Emanuel Arruda ...
Lawyer 1
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Lawyer 2
Joe Matheson ...
Lawyer 3
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Valerie McCabe
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Lawyer 4
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Lynn Linden
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Judge
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Prosecutor
John Watson ...
Bailiff
Ross Collins ...
Roadblock Cop
Chris Nickerson ...
Desert Gas Attendant
Benjamin Patch ...
Cop at Accident Site
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lincoln Leavere ...
Scuzz (as Link Leavere)
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Construction Worker (uncredited)
Christy Ring ...
Dancer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bob Gale ... (directed by)

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Bob Gale ... (written by)

Produced by

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Peter Bray ... producer (produced by)
Neil Canton ... producer (produced by)
Ira Deutchman ... producer
Daniel Diamond ... co-executive producer
Lennis Fike ... line producer: Arizona
Jay Firestone ... executive producer
Bob Gale ... producer (produced by)
Adam Haight ... executive producer
Peter Hoffman ... executive producer
Brette Krinick ... associate producer
Heidi Levitt ... associate producer
Peter Newman ... producer
Eric Sandys ... co-producer
Tony Thatcher ... co-producer

Music by

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Christophe Beck ... (music)

Cinematography by

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Denis Maloney ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Michael Fallavollita ... film editor

Editorial Department

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Dean Chu ... on-line editor
Kristen Helsing ... assistant editor
Cathy Rait ... color timer
Catherine Rankin ... negative cutter

Casting By

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Heidi Levitt ... (casting)
Kris Nicolau ... (casting)

Production Design by

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Rocco Matteo

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Mun Ying Kwun

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Mark McGann

Costume Design by

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Anne Dixon

Makeup Department

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Julia Carter ... makeup assistant
Susan Exton-Stranks ... key hair stylist
Nancy Jambazian ... hair stylist: billboard / makeup artist: billboard
Diane Mazur ... key makeup artist
Amanda Milne ... assistant hair stylist
Susan Perley ... hair stylist: Arizona / makeup artist: Arizona

Production Management

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Stephen Montgomery ... unit production manager
Anne Paynter ... assistant production manager
Brenda Torrance ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Genevieve Anthony ... trainee assistant director (as Genevieve E. Anthony)
Michelle Bizzarro ... second assistant director: Arizona (as Michelle Bizzaro)
Simon Board ... first assistant director: second unit
Joseph Brad Kluge ... second assistant director: Arizona (as Joe Kluge)
Katrina Lee ... second assistant director
Andrew Pritchard ... third assistant director
Douglas A. Raine ... first assistant director: Arizona (as Doug Raine)
Patrick Tidy ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Rudy Braun ... first assistant art director
Kelvin Britton ... hero artwork
Pasco Di Carlo ... props assistant: Arizona (as Pasco)
Deirdre Dodds ... lead props
Damien DuPuis ... set dresser
Douglas Edwards ... hero artwork
Mary Fahey ... carpenter
Melissa Frew ... painter
Christopher Galea ... set dresser (as Chris Galea)
Penny Gay ... property master
Steve Haines ... carpenter (as Stephen Haines)
Heather Hobart ... sets buyer
Sean Hollis ... hero artwork
Ray Hopkin ... on-set dresser
E. Jane Huggard ... hero artwork (as Jane Huggard)
Billy Koon ... scenic artist
Ron Lightfoot ... construction coordinator
Andrew McKendy ... lead dresser
Monica Navarrete ... art department apprentice
Massimo Orlandi ... set dresser
Grant Rowland ... head carpenter
Christian W. Russhon ... props: Arizona (as Chris Russhon)
David Sauder ... second assistant art director
Mark Sinnett ... set dresser: Arizona
Matthew Stolte ... hero artwork
Mark Switlik ... scenic painter: Arizona
Monica Wickler ... painter (as Monica Wickeler)

Sound Department

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David Appleby ... re-recording mixer
Todd Beckett ... re-recording mixer
Richard Crosthwait ... assistant dialogue editor
Tony Currie ... sound editor
Dean Drabin ... adr recordist
Keith Elliott ... re-recording mixer
Herwig Gayer ... sound mixer
Alan Geldart ... sound effects editor
Jamie Gould ... sound re-recording assistant
Alastair Gray ... dialogue editor
Ronayne Higginson ... assistant dialogue editor
Peter Kelly ... re-recording mixer
Thomas Kodros ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Goro Koyama ... foley artist
Steen Pope ... sound: Arizona (as Steven Pope)
Brent Roach ... foley recordist
Alyssa Ryvers ... assistant sound effects editor
Greg Shim ... adr recordist
Iain Stewart ... boom operator
Mark Zsifkovits ... sound re-recording engineer
Kevin Banks ... sound editor (uncredited)
Fred Brennan ... sound supervisor (uncredited)
Charlie Ethridge ... boom operator (uncredited)

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Reg Ashby ... special effects crew
Larry Dunn ... pyro jockey: Arizona
John Elliot ... pyro jockey: Arizona
Thomas C. Ford ... cars blown up by: Arizona (as Tom Ford)
Brock Jolliffe ... special effects supervisor
Chris Swinney ... pyro jockey: Arizona (as Chris Sweiney)
Stan Van Pelt ... pyro jockey: Arizona (as Stan 'Pop' Van Pelt)

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Peter Denomme ... visual effects producer: Calibre Digital Pictures
Jamie Hallett ... digital artist
Noel Hooper ... Inferno artist
Ariel Joson ... 3D compositor / 3D designer/animator
Gerry Legros ... visual effects senior producer
Ricky Lim ... 3D animator
Stanley Monahan ... optical effects
Anthony Paterson ... visual effects supervisor: Calibre
Mikaela Tullett ... visual effects coordinator
Rainy Venne ... compositor
Noel Hooper ... lead digital compositor/supervisor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Nick Alachiotis ... stunts
Jon Minks Arnold ... stunts: Arizona
Ron Bell ... stunts
Matt Birman ... stunts
Bobby Carlsen ... stunts: Arizona
Rick Forsayeth ... stunt coordinator
Joel Harris ... stunts
Robert Jensen ... stunts: Arizona (as Rob Jensen)
Eddie McKechnie ... stunt coordinator / stunts: Arizona
Lee McKechnie ... stunt coordinator: Arizona (as Lee McKecknie)
Sue Parker ... stunts
Robert Racki ... stunts
Paul Rutledge ... stunts
Bryan Thomas ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Amses ... camera operator: Arizona (as Bob Amses)
Rich Bauer ... assistant camera: Arizona
Glen Beauchamp ... second assistant camera
Nicholas Brooks ... key grip: second unit
Riel H. Brown ... electrician
Emma Carney ... fifth grip
Jeffrey R. Clark ... grip: Arizona (as Jeff Clark)
Jay Coolidge ... assistant camera: Arizona (as Jay Cooledge)
Adrien Courtemanche ... electrician (as Adrian Courtemanche)
Michael Courtney ... still photographer
Shem Ellis ... best boy electric
Harper Forbes ... key grip
Lennox Green ... generator operator
Casey Hall ... grip: second unit
Michael Hall ... key grip: Arizona (as Mike Hall)
Rick Hall ... camera car: Arizona
Mark W. Hindle ... 24 frame video operator (as Mark Hindle)
Keith Hlady ... camera operator
Perry Hoffman ... camera operator
Dennis Kim ... second assistant camera: second unit
Alan Lennox ... director of photography: second unit
J.P. Locherer ... director of photography: second unit
Denis Maloney ... camera operator: Arizona
Kelly Mason ... camera operator: "b" camera
Ryan McMaster ... director of photography: second unit
David Niven ... first assistant camera: second unit
Becky Parsons ... camera trainee
Reid Patterson ... electrician
Josh Pelham ... fourth grip
Patrick Robinson ... gaffer
Yuri Sandler ... best boy grip
Von Scott ... second assistant camera
Scott Shropshire ... third grip
Bobby L. Smith ... grip: Arizona (as Bobby Smith)
Kevin S. Stewart ... first assistant camera
James Tamblyn ... video playback operator
Mike Tufo ... grip: Arizona
Noel Verhoog ... first assistant camera
Greg Voigt ... camera operator: Arizona
Brad Vos ... first assistant camera: second unit
Ron Anderson ... gaffer: Arizona (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Leah Buono ... casting associate: USA
Luisa Cabbidu ... extras casting assistant
Tina Gerussi ... additional casting
Zameret Kleiman ... extras casting (as Zamaret Kleiman)
Roberta Romano ... casting associate: Canada
Darlene Wyatt ... casting: Arizona

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Patricia Boulden ... assistant costume designer
Leslie Kavanagh ... wardrobe assistant
Marcy McNally ... wardrobe: Arizona

Location Management

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Brad Alexander ... assistant location manager
Gabe Fallus ... location scout
David Flaherty ... location manager
Bryn Garrison ... assistant location manager
David Lancaster ... location scout
Dino Mangos ... location production assistant
Hank Mullins ... location scout
Andrew O'Sullivan ... location scout
Karen Perez ... location scout
Steve Weiss ... location scout: Arizona

Music Department

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Christophe Beck ... conductor: score
Fernand Bos ... music editor
Rossano Galante ... orchestrator
Tim Isle ... assistant music editor
A.J. Lambert ... music supervisor
Ernest Lee ... music preparation
Robert Puff ... music preparation
Douglas Romayne ... orchestrator (as Douglas Stevens)
David Sabee ... orchestra contractor
Casey Stone ... music scoring mixer

Transportation Department

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Lynn Apostle ... transportation coordinator: Arizona
Graeme Atherton ... driver
N. Babishuk ... driver (as Nick Babishuk)
Okko Berkhuysen ... driver captain
Tim Carleton ... driver
Mark Carlos ... driver
Albert Ezerzer ... driver: Mr. Marsden
Jeffery Gibbons ... driver
Peter Jurgielewicz ... driver
Naeda Keeler ... head driver
Steve Lambert ... driver
Arthur Muhammad ... driver
Matthew Wolchock ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Sibylle Alridge ... script supervisor: Arizona (as Sybylle Aldridge)
Michael 'Russo' Anastasio ... avid genius
Jeanine Apostle ... head of production: Arizona
Jim Bertram ... production accountant
Bobby Brehmenr ... production assistant: Arizona
Constance Buck ... set supervisor
Jane Conway ... dog wrangler
Julie Cook ... production supervisor: Arizona
Christine De Luca ... production assistant: Arizona
Danielle Depeyre ... continuity: second unit (as Danielle Degeyre)
Laura Duncan ... billboard stylist
Bryan Reid Hamby ... production assistant: Arizona (as Bryan Hamby)
Christian Hamilton ... assistant production coordinator
Maggie Hunts ... assistant: Mr. Gale
Jim Jaffe ... product placement
Shawn Kirby ... production assistant: Arizona
Jenn Lipski ... assistant: Mr. Marsden
Linda Lockett ... production coordinator
Gerard K. Marino ... synthesizer programmer
Linda McKenney ... production assistant
Kimberly Metz ... billboard photography
Betty Michalyshyn ... unit publicist
Marva Ollivierre ... second assistant accountant
Hall Pasternak ... legal counsel
Steven Pasternak ... legal counsel (as Steve Pasternak)
Katherine Quinif ... production assistant: Arizona
Pauline K. Quong ... first assistant accountant
Dana Ramsay ... assistant: Mr. Bray
Paul Riikonen ... production assistant
Catherine Taylor ... script supervisor
Michele Teper ... researcher
Vay Trong ... post-production accountant
Danny Webber ... legal counsel
Robert Wiggins ... assistant: Mr. Gale
Joshua Wilder ... assistant: Mr. Canton
Barry Wygell ... helicopter pilot: Arizona
Dan Gosse ... security officer (uncredited)
Arthur Muhammad ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Jay Beauvais ... special thanks
Janette Cheung ... special thanks
Richard Dreyfuss ... special thanks
Sandi Dudek ... special thanks
Christiane Jory ... special thanks
David Lylloff ... special thanks
Monika Mikkelsen ... special thanks
Rachel Park ... special thanks
Steven Spielberg ... special thanks
Arlene Thomas ... special thanks
Clarke Thomas ... special thanks
Mike Toke ... special thanks
Brendan Wall ... special thanks
Shawn Westlaken ... special thanks
Sean Yellard ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

Neal Oliver is a young artist, but his father doesn't like his choice and wants him to go to Oxford. Everything changes after Neal's meeting with O.W.Grant, who grants exactly one wish per person, as his name suggests. Neal wishes for answers, and so he must travel to the nonexistent Danver by the nonexistent Interstate 60. In this trip he hopes to find the girl of his dreams, following the trail of her photos on the advertising stands along the route. Many encounters await him ahead. Will he receive what he asked for? Written by Valery Prikhodko

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Also Known As
  • Interstate 60 (United States)
  • I-60 (United States)
  • Interstate 60 (Germany)
  • Interstate 60: Episodios de carretera (Spain)
  • Interestatal 60: Episodios de carretera (Spain)
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  • 116 min
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Budget $7,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The clock behind Christopher Lloyd on the thirteenth floor office reads 10:04, the same time frozen on the clock tower in Back to the Future (1985). See more »
Goofs Seconds after Neal wakes up in the hospital after being knocked cold, clearly disoriented and unsure where he is, his sister comes in. He tells her the doctors want to "keep me overnight, to log some tests in the morning." How does he know this? See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Making of 'Interstate 60' (2003). See more »
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Crazy Credits The end credits testify "No computer or miniatures were used to create or enhance the destruction of any vehicles in this movie". See more »
Quotes Bob Cody: Ever hear of Frederick Turner, Mr. Oliver?
Neal Oliver: No, sir.
Bob Cody: Well, he was an historian. About a hundred years ago he came up with a theory about the frontier. He said the frontier was a safety valve for civilization, a place for people to go to keep from goin' mad. So, whenever there were folks who couldn't fit in with the way things were, nuts, and malcontents, and extremists, they'd pack up and head for the frontier. That's how America got started - all the crackpots and troublemakers in Europe packed up and went to a frontier which became the thirteen colonies. When some people couldn't fit in with that, they moved farther west, which is why all the nuts eventually ended up in California. Turner died in 1932, so he wasn't around long enough to see what would happen to the world when we ran out of frontier. Some people say we have the frontier of the mind, and they go off and explore the wonderful world of alcohol and drugs, but that's no frontier. It's just another way for us to fool ourselves. And we've created this phony frontier with computers, which allows people to, you know, think they've escaped. A frontier with access fees?
Neal Oliver: What about space? You know, the final frontier!
Bob Cody: Ah, Star Trek isn't space. That's television - fine fuckin' frontier that is. Besides, how many folks can just pack up and go to space?
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