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Road to Perdition ()


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A mob enforcer's son witnesses a murder, forcing him and his father to take to the road, and his father down a path of redemption and revenge.

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Michael Sullivan Jr.
Rob Maxey ...
Drugstore Owner
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Peter Sullivan
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Annie Sullivan
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Michael Sullivan
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John Rooney
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Connor Rooney
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Finn McGovern
Craig Spidle ...
Rooney's Henchman
Ian Barford ...
Rooney's Henchman
Stephen P. Dunn ...
Finn McGovern's Henchman (as Stephen Dunn)
Paul Turner ...
Finn McGovern's Henchman
Kathleen Keane ...
Irish Musician
Brendan McKinney ...
Irish Musician
Jackie Moran ...
Irish Musician
Kieran O'Hare ...
Irish Musician
John M. Williams ...
Irish Musician
Nicolas Cade ...
Boy Michael Fights
David Darlow ...
Jack Kelly
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Alexander Rance
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Rooney's Business Associate
Jon Sattler ...
Rooney's Business Associate
Michael Brockman ...
Rooney's Business Associate
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Rooney's Business Associate
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Rooney's Business Associate
Jack Callahan ...
Rooney's Business Associate
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Michael's Teacher
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Frank the Bouncer
Juanita Wilson ...
Brothel Maid
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Calvino
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Nitti's Henchman
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Nitti's Henchman
Lee Roy Rogers ...
Secretary
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Frank Nitti
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Maguire
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Tenement Murderer
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Crime Scene Policeman
Monte ...
Living Corpse
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Father Callaway
Diane Dorsey ...
Aunt Sarah
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Motel Manager
John Sterchi ...
Cop at Diner
Robert Jones ...
Farmer at Diner
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Ruby the Waitress
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Mr. McDougal
JoBe Cerny ...
Banker (as Jobe Cerny)
Lawrence MacGowan ...
Banker
Timothy Hendrickson ...
Banker
Marty Higginbotham ...
Banker
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Betty the Waitress
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Young Bank Manager
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Prostitute
Phil Ridarelli ...
Hotel Manager
Peggy Roeder ...
Farmer Virginia
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Farmer Bill
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Currie ...
Factory Worker (uncredited)
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Pedestrian (uncredited)
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Business Man (uncredited)
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Bank Customer (uncredited)
Kelly Hill ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Gene Janson ...
Chief of Police (uncredited)
Cory Krueckeberg ...
Young Irish Lover (uncredited)
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Al Capone (uncredited)
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Nitti Thug #4 (uncredited)
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Nitti Thug #5 (uncredited)
Martin Murphy ...
Patron at the Library (uncredited)
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Rooney's Henchman (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sam Mendes

Written by

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Max Allan Collins ... (graphic novel) and
Richard Piers Rayner ... (graphic novel)
 
David Self ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Joan Bradshaw ... executive producer
Tara B. Cook ... associate producer
Cherylanne Martin ... associate producer
Sam Mendes ... producer
Walter F. Parkes ... executive producer
Dean Zanuck ... producer
Richard D. Zanuck ... producer

Music by

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Thomas Newman

Cinematography by

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Conrad L. Hall ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jill Bilcock

Editorial Department

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Gary Burritt ... negative cutter
Martin Cohen ... post-production executive
Sven E. Fahlgren ... post-production coordinator (as Sven E.M. Fahlgren)
Celia Haining ... first assistant editor
Phil Hetos ... color timer
Lea Morement ... assistant editor
Aaron Richmond ... editorial production assistant
Dan Schalk ... supervising first assistant editor (as Daniel Schalk)
Jennifer Stellema ... second assistant editor
Alejandro Valdes-Rochin ... apprentice editor
W. Kale Whorton ... editorial production assistant

Casting By

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Debra Zane

Production Design by

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Dennis Gassner

Art Direction by

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Richard L. Johnson

Set Decoration by

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Nancy Haigh

Costume Design by

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Albert Wolsky

Makeup Department

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Audrey L. Anzures ... hair stylist
Kathryn Blondell ... hair stylist: Mr. Hanks (as Kathryn L. Blondell)
Linda Rizzuto ... hair stylist (as Linda R. Rizzuto)
Ron Snyder ... makeup artist
Daniel C. Striepeke ... makeup artist: Mr. Hanks
Kathe Swanson ... hair stylist
Linda Boykin-Williams ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Aimee Lippert-Bastian ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Tony Mirante ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Suzi Ostos ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Erica Frauman ... post-production supervisor
Michael J. Malone ... unit production manager: second unit (as Michael Malone)
Cherylanne Martin ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Steve Battaglia ... second second assistant director
Doug Coleman ... second unit director
K.C. Hodenfield ... first assistant director
Jeff Okabayashi ... second assistant director
Richard S. Lederer ... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Paige Augustine ... key set dresser
Steven Lee Baer ... drapery foreman (as Steven Baer)
Chris Baker ... storyboard artist (as Christopher Baker)
Thomas E. Brown ... paint supervisor
Tony Chance ... storyboard artist (as Tony James Chance)
Daniel B. Clancy ... leadman (as Daniel Clancy)
John 'Whitey' Crisman ... foreman (as John Crisman)
Chris Cummings ... art department coordinator
James M. Davis ... construction foreman
Guillaume DeLouche ... assistant property master
Jeff Dieter ... stand-by greens
Jann K. Engel ... assistant art director (as Jann Engel)
Tom Gagnon ... swing gang
Scott Getzinger ... assistant property master
Michael D. Gianneschi ... assistant property master
Ted Haigh ... assistant art director
Doug Harlocker ... property master (as Douglas Harlocker)
Aaron C. Holden Jr. ... swing gang
Larry Laurent ... paint foreman
Leslie 'Tinker' Linville ... gang boss (as Tinker Linville)
Blake E. Matthys ... swing gang
Cyril H. Matthys ... swing gang
Quentin Matthys ... swing gang
Thomas Minton ... assistant art director
Larry Misselhorn ... greens foreman
Robert Bruce Myers ... labor foreman (as Bob Myers)
Jon Nicholson ... on-set dresser
Benjamin Nowicki ... set decorating coordinator (as Ben Nowicki)
Troy Osman ... construction coordinator: Chicago (as Troy O. Osman)
Jeff Passanante ... construction coordinator
William Patterson ... art department assistant
Bill Phillips ... construction estimator
Walter J. Piers ... swing gang
Joel Prihoda ... swing gang
Thomas J. Ridgen ... swing gang
Kerry Sanders ... set designer
Henry Schaub ... stand-by painter (as Henry V. Schaub III)
David Tennenbaum ... set designer
Scott Troha ... gang boss
Daryl Ziemke ... swing gang
Richard F. Anderson ... set dresser (uncredited)
Phillip Ellman ... greensman (uncredited)
Anthony Joseph Fatigato ... painter (uncredited)
Thomas J. Glynn ... laborer (uncredited)
Mike Monckton ... lead signwriter (uncredited)
Michael Mosley ... art department coordinator: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Tom Osman ... labor foreman (uncredited)
Tyler Osman ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Rocco Francesco Paolone ... painter: reshoots (uncredited)
John H. Schulz ... location paint foreman (uncredited)
John J. Slove Jr. ... propmaker (uncredited)
Mark Sparks ... propmaker foreman (uncredited)
Mike Villarino ... construction coordinator: LA unit (uncredited)
Mark Weissenfluh ... co-leadman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Bill Banyai ... sound engineer
Benjamin Beardwood ... dialogue editor
Bob Beemer ... re-recording mixer
Lane Burch ... foley mixer
Carmen Flores De Tanis ... assistant sound editor (as Carmen Flores de Tanis)
Matthew Dettmann ... foley artist (as Matt Dettmann)
Joe Dorn ... supervising adr editor
Rickley W. Dumm ... assistant sound editor
John P. Fasal ... sound effects recordist (as John Fasal)
Gary A. Hecker ... foley artist (as Gary Hecker)
Scott Hecker ... supervising sound editor (as Scott A. Hecker)
Jason W. Jennings ... sound effects editor
Kenneth L. Johnson ... sound effects editor
Gary Lewis ... dialogue editor
Howard London ... adr mixer
Scott Millan ... re-recording mixer
Eric A. Norris ... sound effects editor
Mark Pappas ... supervising foley editor
Fred Peck III ... sound re-recordist (as Fred W. Peck III)
John Pritchett ... production sound mixer (as John Patrick Pritchett)
David M. Roberts ... boom operator
David Stanke ... assistant sound editor
Bruce Tanis ... sound effects editor
David Weisberg ... adr mixer
Ronald L. Wright ... cable person
Larry Hopkins ... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Todd Niesen ... sound editor (uncredited)
Andy Potvin ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby Stereo (uncredited)
John Soukup ... sound transfer (uncredited)
Mike Wood ... sound effects editor: UK (uncredited)
Ronald L. Wright ... second boom operator (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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William Dambra ... special effects
Allen Hall ... special effects coordinator (as Allen L. Hall)
Matthew Hall ... special effects
Gary L. Karas ... special effects
John D. Milinac ... special effects foreman
John Rigden ... special effects
Frank Toro ... special effects
John Cluff ... special effects crew (uncredited)
Ryan Evans ... special effects (uncredited)
Thomas Kittle ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Chris Peterson ... special effects rigger (uncredited)
Michael Petrucci ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Rob Yale ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Matthew Adams ... rotoscope supervisor: Cinesite
Ted Andre ... compositor: Cinesite
Lynn Basas ... motion tracker: Cinesite
Paul Clemente ... visual effects producer: Cinesite
Kyle DeVriendt ... vault manager: Cinesite
Michael L. Fink ... visual effects supervisor: second unit (as Michael Fink)
Paul Howarth ... visual effects editor: Cinesite
Krystine Lankenau ... rotoscope artist: Cinesite (as Kristine Lankenau)
David Lingenfelser ... composite supervisor: Cinesite
Michael J. McAlister ... visual effects supervisor: Cinesite (as Micheal J. McAlister)
Dante Quintana ... motion tracker: Cinesite
Sean Rourke ... discreet logic editor: Cinesite
Tiffany Smith ... visual effects production coordinator: Cinesite
Arthur Sutherland ... motion tracker: Cinesite
Tracy Takahashi ... visual effects associate producer: Cinesite
Jonathan Alvord ... Avid editor (uncredited)
Jeffrey Edward Baksinski ... 3D manager: Cinesite (uncredited)
Dennis Hoffman ... head of production: Cinesite (uncredited)
Andrew Hofman ... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Fred Jimenez ... 3D technical assistant: Cinesite (uncredited)
Kevin LaNeave ... video editor (uncredited)
Vincent Lavares ... digital asset manager (uncredited)

Stunts

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Joey Box ... utility stunts
Frank P. Calzavara ... stunts (as Frank Calzavara)
Doug Coleman ... stunt coordinator
Darrell Davis ... stunts (as Darrell Craig Davis)
James Fierro ... stunts (as Jim Fierro)
Billy Judkins ... stunts
Rick Le Fevour ... stunts (as Rick LeFevour)
Tom Lowell ... stunts
James R. Mammoser ... stunts (as Jim Mammoser)
Bob Marrocco ... stunts
Allen Robinson ... utility stunts
Kerry Rossall ... stunts
Rick Shuster ... stunts
Kevin Sorensen ... stunts
Fred Thorne ... utility stunts
Rich Wilkie ... stunts (as Rich Wilke)
Daniel W. Barringer ... stunts (uncredited)
Kim Kahana Jr. ... stunt double (uncredited)
Chris Palermo ... stunts (uncredited)
Allen Robinson ... stunt double: Tom Hanks (uncredited)
Shirley Smrz ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kelly R. Borisy ... key grip: Chicago
Cortland Boyd ... electrician
Clyde E. Bryan ... first assistant camera
Vince Cordero ... best boy rigging gaffer: Chicago (as Vince E. Cordero)
François Duhamel ... still photographer
Ross Dunkerley ... assistant chief lighting technician
Adam Fogelson ... rigging gaffer: Chicago
Fred Folmer ... best boy grip: Chicago
Christopher Glasgow ... grip
Jack Glenn ... crane grip
Chris Glomp ... best boy electric: Chicago (as Christopher Glomp)
David Golia ... director of photography: second unit (as David John Golia)
James Hartnett ... best boy rigging grip: Chicago (as Jimmy Hartnett)
Matthew Haskins ... camera loader
Mauriece Jacks Jr. ... video operator
Jason Johnson ... best boy rigging grip
Gerald A. King ... key rigging grip (as Jerry King)
Robert Krzeminski ... grip
John Lacy ... rigging gaffer
Kevin J. Lanke ... electrician
Joseph M. Lyons ... electrician (as Joe Lyons)
Glen Purdy ... best boy grip
James F. Roorda ... key rigging grip: Chicago
P. Scott Sakamoto ... camera operator / steadicam operator
Kory Salajka ... grip (as Koren Salajka)
Mike Schwake ... dolly grip (as Michael Schwake)
Tom Stern ... chief lighting technician (as Thomas E. Stern)
Jason Storandt ... grip
Rick Thomas ... gaffer: Chicago
Suzanne Trucks ... second assistant camera (as Suzanne M. Trucks)
Bill Young ... key grip
Kevin Bassett ... camera assistant: second unit (uncredited)
Chris Buzek ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Mark Castelaz ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Kelly Diehl ... libra head technician (uncredited)
Curtis Failor ... lamp operator: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Matthew Haskins ... second assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)
Timothy Jipping ... grip (uncredited)
Donna McLain ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Les Nagy ... grip (uncredited)
Vasco Nunes ... assistant camera: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Terry O'Deen ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Richard Sobin ... first assistant camera: "b" camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Judith Bouley ... additional casting
Leslee Feldman ... casting executive
Tom Gustafson ... key extras casting assistant (as Thomas A. Gustafson)
Barbara Harris ... adr voice casting
Mickie Paskal ... casting consultant: Chicago
Terri Taylor ... casting associate
Rachel Tenner ... casting consultant: Chicago
Pamela Lynn Thomas ... casting assistant (as Pamela Thomas)
Jamie Biehl ... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Kendra Carter ... casting assistant (uncredited)
Stephanie Glazer ... additional casting assistant (uncredited)
Kevin Vargus ... casting production assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Patrick Caulfield ... set costumer
Marcy Grace Froehlich ... assistant costume designer (as Marcy Froehlich)
Laurel Frushour ... costumer: Mr. Hanks
Gretchen Gain ... costumer
Jennifer Jobst ... key costumer
Susan Kowarsh ... assistant costume designer
Robert Q. Mathews ... costume supervisor
Heather Pollock ... set costumer
Eva Prappas ... key costumer (as Eva L. Prappas)
Kenn Smiley ... key costumer
Jane Blank ... seamstress (uncredited)
Gordana Golubovich ... set costumer (uncredited)
Sukari McGill ... set costumer (uncredited)
Gina Panno ... costumer (uncredited)
Damien Quinn ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Stephen Andrzejewski ... location manager
Brady Breen ... location manager
Steve Cudzilo ... location office assistant (as Steven Cudzilo)
Demetra Diamantopoulos ... location manager
Wileen Dragovan ... location manager
Tim Hillman ... location manager (as Timothy Hillman)
Martin L. Hudson ... assistant location manager
James R. McAllister ... assistant location manager
Maria C. Roxas ... location scout
John David Wolfe ... assistant location manager
Melanie Cassidy ... location assistant (uncredited)
Kristin Dehnert ... location manager (uncredited)
Carrie Goodman ... location scout (uncredited)
Todd Havern ... location assistant (uncredited)
Brian S. Kalata ... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Martha Lafage ... location assistant (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bill Bernstein ... music editor
Julian Bratolyubov ... music copyist
George Budd ... music consultant
Todd Homme ... music executive
Thomas Pasatieri ... orchestrator
Armin Steiner ... music recordist
Chris Tedesco ... musician: trumpet
Thomas Vicari ... music scoring mixer
John M. Williams ... consultant: Irish music
Michael Zainer ... assistant music editor
Julie Butchko ... music clearance (uncredited)
George Doering ... musician (uncredited)
Mark Eshelman ... scoring crew (uncredited)
Sean M. Hickey ... music preparation (uncredited)
Jason Lloyd ... scoring crew (uncredited)
Stephanie Murray ... score stage administrator (uncredited)
John Rodd ... orchestral scoring recordist (uncredited)
Chas Smith ... exotic instruments (uncredited)
Pat Weber ... scoring technician (uncredited)
Paul Wertheimer ... score recordist (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Bud Belyeu ... picture car captain
Robert Dulys ... transportation office dispatcher
George Hartmann ... driver: Mr. Hanks (as George W. Hartmann)
James Hogan ... transportation captain (as James A. Hogan)
Robert Neilson ... transportation coordinator
Armand Paoletti ... transportation coordinator: Chicago
Joseph Paoletti ... transportation co-captain (as Joseph J. Paoletti)
Ed Wirth ... driver: Mr. Newman (as Edward Wirth)
Linda Barnes ... driver (uncredited)
Pat Carman ... driver (uncredited)
Bernard Glavin ... driver (uncredited)
Roger Halvorsen ... driver (uncredited)
Kurt Knudsen ... driver (uncredited)
Robert Wallace ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Stacy Adamski ... assistant: Sam Mendes
Brenda Berrisford ... assistant: Richard Zanuck
Amanda Brand ... unit publicist (as Amanda J. Brand)
Chris Castaldi ... production assistant
Michael Clossin ... stand-in
Renee D. Czarapata ... payroll accountant
James D'Damery Jr. ... second assistant accountant
Orbert Davis ... jazz consultant
Maria DeVane ... post-production accountant
Katherine Ferraro ... stand-in
Nate Flansburgh ... stand-in (as Nate Flansburg)
Peter Friedlander ... assistant: Joan Bradshaw
Karen Garlich ... accounting assistant
Dhana Gilbert ... production coordinator (as Dhana Rivera)
Joyce Green ... production assistant
Russell Green ... production assistant (as Russell A. Green)
Kurt Greufe ... first assistant accountant
Michael Grillo ... head of feature production
Melanie Holloway ... assistant: Jude Law
Mark Howard ... choreographer
Joy Johnson ... assistant: Walter Parkes
C. David Jones ... production assistant
Kyoko Kageyama ... travel coordinator
John Karalous ... stand-in
Renee Kitterman ... accounting clerk
Ross L. Kulma ... first aid
Adria Later ... studio teacher
Larry Leahy ... script coordinator
Jill S. Litwin ... set production assistant
Michael B. Louis ... production secretary
Brian Lunt ... projectionist
Kathryn Madden ... craft service (as Kathryn A. Madden)
David Malley ... production secretary
Alicia Marotto ... assistant: Dean Zanuck
Larry McCaffrey ... technical advisor
Harrison McEldowney ... choreographer
Amy McKenzie ... assistant: Tom Hanks (as Amy Michelle McKenzie)
Carla Meyer ... dialect coach
Kathryn Mindala ... production accountant
Steven R. Molen ... production executive
Leslie Morris ... contractor
Darice O'Mara ... assistant: Paul Newman (as Darice Wirth)
Rosemary Orlando ... warehouse coordinator
Christine Pawlowski ... accounting assistant
Ruth Pollock ... assistant: Sam Mendes
Alicia C. Pritchett ... armory liaison (as Alicia Pritchett)
Gabriela Rios ... assistant production coordinator
Chad Rohrback ... production assistant
Chris Romberg ... assistant production accountant (as Christopher Romberg)
Jennifer Sanger ... executive production coordinator
Ryan Suffern ... production assistant
Jayne-Ann Tenggren ... script supervisor
Lloyd Thomas ... caterer
Tyler Thornberg ... production assistant
Jim Turner ... production controller
Hayley Williams ... research assistant
Glenn Williamson ... creative executive
Chris Arrington ... production assistant (uncredited)
Kevin Bassett ... production assistant: second unit (uncredited)
James Currie ... pre-production assistant (uncredited)
Kevin Du Toit ... assistant to post-production (uncredited)
Bradley Grant ... caterer (uncredited)
Patrick Gregston ... consultant (uncredited)
Peter Hansen ... caterer: pastry chef (uncredited)
Susan Hartmann ... assistant production office coordinator: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Matt Hickey ... production assistant (uncredited)
Matthew Jewett ... office production assistant: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Michael Judd ... office production assistant: Los Angeles (uncredited)
Warner Loughlin ... acting coach (uncredited)
Harry Lu ... armorer (uncredited)
Eric Mattson ... production assistant (uncredited)
Justin Miedwig ... caterer: Chicago (uncredited)
Heather Sharpe ... production office assistant (uncredited)
Mark N. Woods ... remote head technician (uncredited)
Ryan Worrell ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Conrad L. Hall ... dedicatee
Anthony LaPaglia ... thanks
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Plot Summary

1931. Mike Sullivan and Connor Rooney are two henchmen of elderly downstate IL-based (Quad City area, though much of the action takes place in the Chicago area) Irish-American mobster John Rooney, Connor's father. In many respects, John treats Mike more as his son, who he raised as his own after Mike was orphaned, than the volatile Connor, who nonetheless sees himself as the heir apparent to the family business. One evening, Mike's eldest son, twelve year old Michael Sullivan Jr., who has no idea what his father does for a living, witnesses Connor and his father gun down an associate and his men, the situation gone wrong initiated from an action by Connor. Caught witnessing the incident, Michael is sworn to secrecy about what he saw. Regardless, Connor, not wanting any loose ends, makes an attempt to kill Mike, his wife and their two sons. Mike and the surviving members of his family know that they need to go on the run as Connor, who has gone into hiding, will be protected through mob loyalty, especially by John, who cannot turn on his own flesh and blood. Still, Mike has to figure out a way for retribution for what Connor did, while still protecting him and his family, not only from Connor, but from John and his fellow associates. Through it all, Mike wants those in his family that had no say in what he chose as a living, to have some redemption for their eternal souls. Written by Huggo

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Taglines Pray for Michael Sullivan See more »
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Also Known As
  • Les sentiers de la perdition (France)
  • Camino a la perdición (Spain)
  • Cesta do zatracení (Czech Republic)
  • A kárhozat útja (Hungary)
  • Vejen til Perdition (Denmark)
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Runtime
  • 117 min
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Box Office

Budget $80,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $22,079,481, 14 Jul 2002
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $181,001,478

Did You Know?

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Trivia The final theatrical live-action acting project for Paul Newman. See more »
Goofs Michael Jr. reads "The Lone Ranger" in 1931. It was created for radio in 1933; the books were published even later. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Making of 'Road to Perdition' (2002). See more »
Soundtracks Whose Honey Are You? See more »
Crazy Credits Thanks to all at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Michael Sullivan, Jr.: I saw then that my father's only fear was that his son would follow the same road. And that was the last time I ever held a gun. People always thought I grew up on a farm. And I guess, in a way, I did. But I lived a lifetime before that, in those six weeks on the road in the winter of 1931. When people ask me if Michael Sullivan was a good man, or if there was just no good in him at all, I always give the same answer. I just tell them... he was my father.
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