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An F.B.I. Agent must go undercover in the Miss United States beauty pageant to prevent a group from bombing the event.

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Gracie Hart
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Victor Melling
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Eric Matthews
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Kathy Morningside
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Stan Fields
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Harry McDonald
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Agent Clonsky
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Cheryl Frasier - Miss Rhode Island
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Karen Krantz - Miss New York
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Frank Tobin
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Mary Jo Wright - Miss Texas
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Leslie Davis - Miss California
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Alana Krewson - Miss Hawaii
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Agent Harris
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Agent Jerry Grant
Christopher Shea ...
Agent Jensen
Mary Ashleigh Green ...
Young Gracie
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Tough Boy
Eric Ian Goldberg ...
Alan
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Krashow (as Daniel Kamin)
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Ivan
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Russian Waitress (as Mona Lee)
Sergei Levtsuk ...
Russian Bodyguard
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Russian Bodyguard (as Johnny Caan)
Debbie Nelson ...
Stacey - Pageant Announcer
Don Cass ...
Dave - Pageant Director
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Assistant Director
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Scott the Backstage Security Guard
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Security Guard (as Ruperto Reyes Jr.)
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Pageant Matron
Stephen Bruton ...
Mike the Bartender
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Beth Carter
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Tina
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Herself (as Ellen Schwartz)
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Starbucks Cop
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Starbucks Guy
Cynthia Dorn ...
Preliminary Judge
Catenya McHenry ...
Newscaster
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Warehouse Dentist
Lucien Douglas ...
Warehouse Hair Stylist
Georgia Foy ...
Lori, Miss United States
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Kelly Beth Kelley, Miss Nebraska
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Ali Lowchowski, Miss Arkansas
Isamari White ...
Lana Harmony Frankfurt, Miss Florida
Kimberly Crawford ...
Lily Hardywood, Miss Maine
Jamie Drake Stephens ...
Wynni Tracey Concellio, Miss Maryland
Dyan Conner ...
Penelope Likkum, Miss Massachusetts
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Jaimee Madison, Miss Minnesota
Dee Dee Adams ...
Tinka Woods, Miss Missouri
Shana McClendon ...
Sky Greenleaves, Miss Nevada
Janie Terrazas ...
Hayley Downes, Miss New Mexico
Holly Mills ...
Olivia Einstein, Miss Ohio
Angela Van De Walle ...
Uma Trough, Miss Oregon
Tarah Bartley ...
Vanessa Black-Wooding, Miss South Carolina
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Belinda Brown, Miss Tennessee
Summyr Miller ...
Inga van Horna, Miss Utah
Jessica Hale ...
Patricia De Le Marco Los Conchita Amelia Carolina Maria Moses, Miss Vermont
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Katwyna Towers, Miss Washington
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Kiki Call, Miss District of Columbia (uncredited)
Cynthia Aguiar ...
Pageant Audience (uncredited)
Shane Allison ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Dustin Amy ...
Starbucks Patron (uncredited)
Ricardo Azulay ...
Victor (uncredited)
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Audience Member (uncredited)
Whitney Blake ...
Miss Georgia (uncredited)
Fred Bothwell ...
Pageant Judge (uncredited)
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Security Guard (uncredited)
Devin Carbaugh ...
Club Dancer (uncredited)
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Pageant Judge (uncredited)
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Miss New Hampshire (uncredited)
Brea Cola ...
Erin McPherson, Miss Pennsylvania (uncredited)
Constance Dasse ...
Audience Member (uncredited)
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Drum Circle-Extra (uncredited)
Brian Decaro ...
Pageant Employee (uncredited)
Lisa Del Dotto ...
Miss South Dakota (uncredited)
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New York Cop (uncredited)
Troy Dillinger ...
Background (uncredited)
Katy Dunlap ...
Miss Iowa (uncredited)
Dan Eggleston ...
Pageant Employee (uncredited)
Scott Grossman ...
Himself (uncredited)
Troy Harris ...
Parent (uncredited)
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FBI Agent (uncredited)
Nikki Martinez ...
Buffy O'Cattrell, Miss Montana (uncredited)
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Audience Member (uncredited)
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Miss Delaware (uncredited)
Brent Mitchell ...
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Matthew S. Moffett ...
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Nora J. Moore ...
Russian Woman (uncredited)
Rana Morrison ...
Misty - Guest Attendant (uncredited)
Douglas M. Nelson ...
Benefactor (uncredited)
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Audience member (uncredited)
Nita Rainwater ...
Miss Indiana (uncredited)
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Pageant Judge (uncredited)
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Stage Manager (uncredited)
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FBI Agent (uncredited)
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FBI Agent (uncredited)
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Bar Guy (uncredited)
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Miss Wyoming (uncredited)
Scott Swanson ...
Hairstylist (uncredited)
Clint Tidwell ...
FBI Agent (uncredited)
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Pageant Manager (uncredited)
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Alamo Guest (uncredited)
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Coffee shop (uncredited)
Michelle Yerger ...
Miss Idaho (uncredited)

Directed by

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Donald Petrie

Written by

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Marc Lawrence ... (written by) &
Katie Ford ... (written by) &
Caryn Lucas ... (written by)

Produced by

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Bruce Berman ... executive producer
Sandra Bullock ... producer
Katie Ford ... co-producer
Marc Lawrence ... executive producer
Endrick Lekay ... assistant producer (as Endrick Torres)
Ginger Sledge ... executive producer

Music by

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Ed Shearmur ... (as Edward Shearmur)

Cinematography by

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László Kovács ... director of photography (as Laszlo Kovacs)

Film Editing by

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Billy Weber

Editorial Department

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Gena Bleier ... first assistant editor
Charles Bunn ... assistant editor (as Charles R. Bunn)
Dale E. Grahn ... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Richard B. Molina ... assistant editor: avid

Casting By

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Denise Chamian

Production Design by

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Peter S. Larkin ... (as Peter Larkin)

Art Direction by

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Ray Kluga

Set Decoration by

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Barbara Haberecht
Randy Huke ... (as Randy Smith Huke)

Costume Design by

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Susie DeSanto

Makeup Department

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Bridget Cook ... key hair stylist
Claude Díaz ... hair stylist: Candice Bergen (as Claude Diaz)
Ketty Gonzalez ... hair stylist
Kelly Nelson ... key hair stylist
Carla Palmer ... key makeup artist (as Carla E. Palmer)
Dorothy J. Pearl ... makeup department head (as Dorothy Pearl)
Lona Vigi ... hair stylist: Ms. Bullock
Pamela S. Westmore ... makeup artist: Ms. Bullock (as Pamela Westmore)
Melizah Anguiano Wheat ... hair stylist (as Melizah Schmidt)
Angela Angel ... additional hair stylist (uncredited)
Terri Ewton ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Valecia Sarmento ... makeup assistant (uncredited)

Production Management

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Dave Bennett ... production supervisor (as David Bennett)
Tricia Miles ... post-production supervisor
Mark Scoon ... executive in charge of production
Ginger Sledge ... unit production manager
Jeffrey Stott ... executive in charge of production
Tim Moore ... production manager: reshoots (uncredited)
Barbara Russo ... post-production executive (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tommy Harper ... second assistant director (as Thomy Harper)
Raymond Prado ... second unit director (as Raymond G. Prado)
Ellen H. Schwartz ... first assistant director (as Ellen Schwartz)
Daniel J. Shaw ... additional second assistant director
David Waters ... second second assistant director
Jamie Marshall ... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Shawn Albro ... painter
Steve Allen ... carpenter
James L. Avery Jr. ... stand-by greensman (as James Avery Jr.)
Stephany Baskin ... assistant art department coordinator
Greg Benge ... assistant property master (as Greg R. Benge)
Lee Bolton ... graphic designer
Don L. Carr ... assistant property master
April Crump ... set dresser
Patricia Dillon ... draper / set dresser
Matthew D. Egan ... set foreman
Nanci Elfrez ... scenic artist
Cyd Fenwick ... camera scenic artist / on-set painter
Mindy Frank ... construction administrator
Trish Gallaher Glenn ... property master
Dwayne Grady ... assistant property master
Mark Hanks ... set dresser
Anne Beiser Haywood ... charge scenic
Eric Henshaw ... stand-by greensman
Edwin G. Hill ... carpenter
Lynn A. Johanson ... scenic artist
George Karnoff ... leadman: re-shoot
Dan Kester ... assistant art director
Julius Kozlowski ... scenic foreman
Karen Luzius ... set dresser
Joe D. Mack ... props
Ana Martinez ... art department coordinator
Jennifer McCleery ... art department assistant
Jay F. McCuin ... assistant property master (as Jay McCuin)
Adam McKain ... art department assistant
Robert Tate Nichols ... set dresser
John Parker ... on-set dresser
Lars Petersen ... construction coordinator (as Larz Peterson)
Adele Plauche ... assistant art director (as Adele Plauché)
Kenneth R. Rector ... set dresser (as Ken-E-Ray)
Jonathan Robertson ... construction gang boss
Leslie E. Rollins ... supervising set decorator
Tad Smalley ... lead man
Christopher Stull ... set dresser
John L. Sullivan ... construction propmaker foreman
Steven C. Voll ... general foreman
Terri Wright ... set dresser (as Terri L. Wright)
Thomas Young ... set dresser (as Thomas Young III)
Dawn M. Baker ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Amy Bell ... painter (uncredited)
Robyn Jacobs ... sculptor (uncredited)
Monica Ruiz-Ziegler ... art department production assistant (uncredited)
Randy Severs ... gang boss (uncredited)
Carly Starr Brullo Niles ... assistant property master: re-shoots (uncredited)
Tom Ward ... propmaker (uncredited)
Phillip Williams ... labor foreman (uncredited)
Gary Wimmer ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Craig Zumbroegel ... propmaker (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Michael Babcock ... additional sound re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
Anna Behlmer ... re-recording mixer
David Betancourt ... foley mixer
Rick Canelli ... adr recordist
Kay Colvin ... utility sound
Kay Denmark ... boom operator: New York
Dawn Fintor ... foley artist
Linda Folk ... supervising adr editor
Leigh French ... adr voiceover coordinator
Larry Goeb ... dialogue editor (as Lawrence Goeb)
David Hankins ... supervising sound editor
Craig Heath ... sound recordist
Jonathan Klein ... foley supervisor (as Jonathon Klein)
Helen Luttrell ... dialogue editor
Robert Morrisey ... first assistant sound editor (as Rob Morrisey)
Andy Nelson ... re-recording mixer
Josephine Nericcio ... assistant adr editor (as Josie Nericcio)
Thomas J. O'Connell ... adr mixer
Ralph Osborn ... sound conforming editor
Michele Perrone ... supervising adr editor
John Pritchett ... production sound mixer (as John Patrick Pritchett)
Robert Renga ... sound recordist
David M. Roberts ... boom operator
Jeff Sawyer ... sound effects editor
Denis St. Amand ... stage engineer
Alicia Stevenson ... foley artist (as Alicia Stevenson-Irwin)
Bruce Tanis ... sound effects editor
Shayna Brown ... ADR recordist (uncredited)

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Larz Anderson ... special effects coordinator
Albert Delgado ... special effects foreman
Randy E. Moore ... special effects coordinator (as Randy Moore)
Michael Nevitt ... moving light programmer
Margaret Johnson ... special effects supervisor (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Chadd B. Cole ... digital artist: Available Light
Vince Di Meglio ... digital artist: Available Light
Joe Dubs ... digital artist
Harry Eisenstein ... digital artist: Available Light
Martin Hilke ... digital artist
Katherine Kean ... visual effects producer
Al Magliochetti ... digital artist
Valerie McMahon ... digital artist
Serena Rainbow Naramore ... digital artist (as Serena Naramore)
Corinne Pooler ... digital artist
John T. Van Vliet ... visual effects supervisor
Kevin VanHook ... digital artist: Available Light
Gretchen G. Wieland ... post editorial (as Gretchen Wieland)
Fred Jimenez ... 2D technical assistant: Cinesite Hollywood (uncredited)

Stunts

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Peter Bucossi ... stunts
John Cann ... stunt performer
John Cenatiempo ... stunts
Steve M. Davison ... stunts (as Steve Davison)
Chris Durand ... stunts
Donna Evans ... stunt double: Sandra Bullock (as Donna Evans Merlo)
Jack Gill ... stunt coordinator
Dick Hancock ... stunts (as Richard Hancock)
Lucinda Hinton ... stunts
Laura King ... stunt performer / stunts / utility stunts
Ben Loggins ... stunts
Mike Massa ... stunts
Charles Mooneyhan ... stunts
Coral Noonan ... stunts
Jimmy N. Roberts ... stunts (as Jimmy Roberts)
Erik Rondell ... stunts
Jeff Schwan ... stunts
Paul E. Short ... stunts (as Paul Short)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richmond L. Aguilar ... gaffer
Troy Anderson ... grip
Abby Antweil ... lamp operator
Ralph Barone ... assistant lighting technician
Tom Barone ... chief lighting technician (as Thomas R. Barone)
Ron Batzdorff ... still photographer
Stephen Beasley ... rigging electrician
Arthur Blum ... dolly grip
Peter Clarson ... chief rigging gaffer
Scott Conn ... lamp operator
Jose F. Cruz ... lamp operator
Stephen Drake ... grip
Steve Drake ... grip
Don Duffield III ... second assistant camera (as Don Duffield)
Michael Garrett ... theatrical lighting designer
Curtis Herbert ... grip
Robert Hicks ... grip (as Rob Hicks)
Chip Huntington ... grip
Gary Kangrga ... key grip
Key Kolb ... grip (as Nathaniel Key Kolb III)
Pete Kolb ... grip (as Peter Kolb)
Kurt Kornemann ... best boy rigging grip
Kristin Laurene ... camera production assistant
Paul T. LeBlanc ... video assist operator
Greg Lomas ... grip
Larry Markart ... 24 frame video operator
Todd McMullen ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Raul Mello ... lamp operator
Mark Mims ... assistant rigging gaffer (as S. Mark Mims)
Eric Montes ... lamp operator
P.K. Munson ... assistant camera
Tony Nagy ... assistant camera: a camera / first assistant camera
Neal Norton ... camera operator: "a" camera
Gabe Proctor ... video assist operator (as Gabriel Proctor)
Donis Rhoden ... best boy grip
Ferrell A. Shinnick ... key rigging grip
Peter Simonite ... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Peter Morgan Simonite)
Cara Singleton ... camera loader
Russell Wayne Steubing ... lamp operator
John Tedesco ... theatrical lighting designer
Greg Travis ... rigging electrician
Joseph D. Urbanczyk ... camera operator: "b" camera
Steven Walker ... lamp operator
Cheryl Clarson ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Kelly Diehl ... libra head technician (uncredited)
Jeff Lanes ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)
Kevin McKenna ... video assist operator (uncredited)
Chris Moseley ... camera operator (uncredited)
Alex F. Newsome ... camera operator: video camera (uncredited)
Neal Norton ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Jas Shelton ... electrician (uncredited)
Ralph Watson ... camera operator: "b" camera (uncredited) / director of photography: second unit (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Annilee Ballentine ... extras casting assistant (as Annilee Ballentine Ramirez)
Jo Edna Boldin ... casting: Texas (as JoEdna Boldin)
Lee Genick ... extras casting: New York
Helen Griffiths ... casting associate: Texas
Michael Hothorn ... casting associate
Marcus Lopez ... extras casting coordinator
Scout Masterson ... casting assistant
Brian Orr ... casting assistant
Beth Sepko ... extras casting
Kerri Smeltzer ... extras casting assistant (as Kerry Smeltzer)
Sheila Steele ... extras casting assistant
Cheryl White-Kurtz ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lisa Barnes ... costumer
Amanda Chamberlin ... key costumer
Tim Chappel ... assistant costume designer
Kassandra D'Alessandro ... wardrobe shop supervisor
Carolyn Dessert ... costume supervisor
Rebecca Ewing ... wardrobe assistant
Jamelle Flowers ... costumer
Wendy J. Greiner ... key costumer (as Wendy Greiner)
Deborah Hall ... key costumer
Laura Hodges ... set costumer
Lee Hunsaker ... set costumer
Kelley Huston ... wardrobe office coordinator
Janice Janecek ... set costumer
Kathy Kiatta ... costume supervisor (as Kathleen L. Kiatta)
Susan Kistler ... costume supervisor
Tonya Leonard ... costumes
Amy Maner ... costumer
Meredith Moseley ... costume shop supervisor
Kristin Nelson ... set costumer
Liz Staub ... costumer
Howard Sussman ... costumer
Joel Voorhies ... supervising key costumer
Yvonne Wilburn ... set costumer
Steve Constancio ... set costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Drew Dillard ... location manager
Barbara Heller ... location manager
Joey Hudgins ... location scout
Kelly Kernan ... location scout (as K.J. Kernan)
Rana Morrison ... location assistance
Shobie Partos ... assistant location manager
Elisaberth Sikes ... location assistant
Steve White ... location assistant
Leighton Chapman ... location assistant: second unit (uncredited)
John Verni ... location assistant: New York (uncredited)
Thomas J. Whelan ... assistant location manager: New York (uncredited)

Music Department

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Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist
Sandy DeCrescent ... music contractor
George Doering ... musician
Arlene Fishbach ... music consultant
Chris Fogel ... music scoring mixer
Patricia Joseph ... Soundtrack Producer
Daryl B. Kell ... music editor (as Daryl Kell)
Marni Sanders ... orchestral copyist
Steve Schnur ... music supervisor
Lee Scott ... music editor
Ed Shearmur ... conductor (as Edward Shearmur)
Steven L. Smith ... music preparation
Carl Thiel ... music producer
Dan Wallin ... music scoring mixer
John Rodd ... orchestral scoring recordist (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Charles Coulter ... driver
Tracy Craytor ... driver
Ricky Damazio ... driver
Greg Faucett ... transportation captain (as Gregory Faucett) / transportation co-captain
Veronica Jimenez ... transportation assistant
Brian Kay ... production driver
Joseph Lockwood ... transportation
Lonnie Nelson ... transportation captain
Jack Prince ... driver
Patrick A. Reynolds Jr. ... driver
Phil Schriber ... transportation coordinator (as C.P. Schriber)
Bobby Sconci ... driver
Russell E. Scott ... picture cars/driver
Marti Wells ... driver
John H. Stephens ... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
Jay Wylie ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Nichole Abshire ... office production assistant (as Nichole K. Worrell)
Susan Zana Akin ... set production assistant
Andrew Allaway ... office production assistant
Colleen Arnaud ... second assistant production accountant
Peter Atherton ... assistant: Michael Caine
Amanda Brand ... unit publicist (as Amanda J. Brand)
Jennifer Campbell ... production coordinator
Caryn Cheever ... second assistant accountant
Amanda Curry ... second assistant production accountant
Carlos De La Torre ... production assistant
Kat Feller ... production assistant (as Kathryn Feller)
Erin Ferguson ... assistant: Ginger Sledge
Joe Fiske ... craft service
Brian D. Fox ... marketing
Pam Fuller ... script supervisor (as Pam Fuller Vasquez)
Roxanne Gage ... assistant choreographer
Jessica Gray ... assistant to producer
Demetrius Griffin ... production assistant (as Demetrius A. Griffin)
Scott Grossman ... choreographer
Jerry Grubbs ... life guard
David Guilbeau ... craft service: re-shoots (as David 'Cajun' Guilbeau)
Cheri Hall ... first assistant accountant
Susan Jasso ... production secretary (as Susana Jasso)
Jessica Johnson Tavenner ... assistant accountant (as Jessica Johnson)
Vicki V. Johnson ... key set medic
Katie R. Kelly ... travel coordinator
Laura King ... medic: construction
Lara Leonard ... assistant: Sandra Bullock (as Lara L. Leonard)
M.J. Magbanua ... production coordinator
Todd A. Marks ... computer/video coordinator (as Todd Aron Marks)
Ray Melendez ... assistant: Donald Petrie
Jennifer Mosley ... accounting clerk
India Neilan ... production assistant
Penny Peyser ... assistant: Donald Petrie
Damon Phillips ... caterer
DeLayne Rasmussen ... assistant production coordinator (as Delayne E. Barnett)
Zachary Rener ... production assistant
Jeremy Roberts ... payroll
Michael Robins ... craft service
Jill Sayre ... voice
Anne Scott ... post-production accountant
Vanessa Thiem ... production assistant
Raigen Thornton ... paramedic: pre-rigging
Laura Tiz ... second assistant production accountant
Kathleen Tull ... set production assistant (as Katie Tull)
Lynda Van Damm ... production accountant
Mario West ... set production assistant
Jimmy Zelinger ... title designer: main titles
Hondo Aguilar ... video crew (uncredited)
Lara Bierner ... production assistant (uncredited)
Cameron Byrd ... production assistant (uncredited)
Anne Carr ... off-production head medic (uncredited)
Jared Cauliffe ... set production assistant (uncredited)
Don Coppola ... production assistant (uncredited)
Lisa Del Dotto ... stand-in: Sandra Bullock (uncredited)
James Douglas ... stand-in: Benjamin Bratt and Michael Cain (uncredited)
Colin Edlund ... craft service (uncredited)
Melanie Armstrong Fletcher ... stitcher (uncredited)
Chad Keller ... production assistant (uncredited)
Sara Mayer ... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Dawn McCoy ... stand-in: Sandra Bullock (uncredited)
Paulette Osorio ... publicity executive (uncredited)
Alan M. Rowe ... crew chief: automated lighting (uncredited)
Maverick Shaw ... stand in: Ernie Hudson (uncredited)
Ricki L. Stein ... production accountant (uncredited)
Haley Sweet ... coordinator: re-shoots (uncredited) / production coordinator: second unit (uncredited)
Gena West ... stand-in (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Undercover F.B.I. Agent Gracie Hart shows no signs of having any femininity in her demeanor or appearance. Generally a bright and capable Agent, she is in trouble at work when she makes an error in judgment in a case which results in a near disaster. As such, one of her by-the-books colleagues, Eric Matthews, who has never shown any inclination of thinking outside the box, is assigned to lead the high profile case of a terrorist coined The Citizen instead of her, while she is facing possible disciplinary action. Gracie pieces together the evidence to determine that The Citizen's next target will be the Miss United States beauty pageant. The pageant represents everything that Gracie abhors. Despite Gracie's mannish demeanor, Eric, with no other undercover female Agent remotely fitting the demographic, assigns her to go undercover as a pageant contestant to see if she can flush out The Citizen, who is perhaps one of the other contestants. Although the pageant administration, led by former winner Cathy Morningside and long time host Stan Fields, provide the F.B.I. with access to the pageant, Cathy in particular is less than thrilled to have a non-credible Gracie posing as a contestant, which she feels will ruin the pageant. The F.B.I. enlist the assistance of former pageant contestant coach Victor Melling, who is facing his own disgrace associated with the pageant, to do the nearly impossible task of transforming Gracie, not only into a woman, but a credible beauty pageant contestant. As Gracie proceeds in the transformation, she gets to know the other contestants, not only as potential criminals, but also as real people. She also discovers that another sinister element is present at the pageant. She will do whatever it takes to quash that element and protect her new friends, namely the other innocent contestants. But now displaying some femininity, Gracie begins to have more womanly feelings, and in turn, attracts the attention of men, one in particular about whom she is happy. Written by Huggo

Plot Keywords
Taglines Unpolished. Unkempt. Unleashed. Undercover. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dangerous Beauty (Japan, English title)
  • Miss Détective (France)
  • Miss Undercover (Germany)
  • Miss F.B.I. (Germany)
  • Miss Agente Especial (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 109 min
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Box Office

Budget $45,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $13,853,686, 25 Dec 2000
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $212,742,720

Did You Know?

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Trivia Cheryl's (Miss Rhode Island's) answer to the question, "What is your idea of a perfect date?", was actually used as an answer in a real-life beauty pageant. See more »
Goofs Cheryl hits Gracie with the roses and all the petals fly off. After Gracie steals the crown off Cheryl's head, Cheryl hits Gracie with the roses again, but some of the roses have reappeared. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Jak si uzít barvy (2003). See more »
Soundtracks None of Your Business See more »
Quotes Stan Fields: Miss Rhode Island, please describe your idea of a perfect date.
Cheryl "Rhode Island": That's a tough one. I'd have to say April 25th. Because it's not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket.
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