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A middle-class man turns to a life of crime in order to finance his niece's first year at Harvard University.

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John Plummer
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Walter P. 'Duff' Duffy
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Elaine Warner
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Patty Plummer
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Mr. Warner
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Noreen Plummer
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Honorable Emmett Cook
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David Loach
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Detective Charles
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Uncle Jack
Zeus ...
Rex
Ken Magee ...
Butcher
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Liquor Store Clerk
Mary Gillis ...
Duff's Mom
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Fidio the Lawyer
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Younger Noreen
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Aunt Jean
Bobby Harwell ...
Uncle Dave
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Grandma
Gabe Laskin ...
Underage Kid
Ashley Bishop ...
Underage Kid
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Loretta
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Toy Store Salesperson
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Toy Store Manager
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Electrician
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Electrician
Shane Wayton ...
Chainsaw Kid in Tree
Vinnie Curto ...
Loach's Friend
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Loach's Friend
Gilbert Rosales ...
Loach's Bandit
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Loach's Bandit (as Thomas Rosales)
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Loach's Girlfriend (as Steffiana Dela Cruz)
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Lineup Man
Channing Chase ...
Neighbor Lady
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Phone Sales
Suzanne Solari ...
Phone Sales (as Susan Solari)
Courtney Black ...
Phone Sales
Terita Jackson ...
Noreen's Harvard Roommate
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(uncredited)
Jeremy Galeaz ...
Choir Member (uncredited)
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Mr. Leon (uncredited)
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Liquor Store Customer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bruce McCulloch

Written by

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Martin Hynes ... (story) and
Peter Tolan ... (story)
 
Peter Tolan ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Chris Brancato ... executive producer
Susan Cavan ... producer
Marty P. Ewing ... co-producer
Howard Lapides ... executive producer
Maureen Peyrot ... executive producer
Bert Salke ... executive producer

Music by

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Christophe Beck

Cinematography by

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Ueli Steiger

Film Editing by

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Malcolm Campbell

Editorial Department

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James A. Brewer ... first assistant editor
Paul Kieran ... first assistant editor
Dennis McNeill ... color timer
Ron Orenstein ... dailies colorist
Jonathan Poirier ... assistant editor: avid
Heather Rafferty ... apprentice editor: film
Kevin D. Ross ... additional editor
Janet Ogletree ... first assistant editor: avid (uncredited)

Casting By

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Juel Bestrop
Kathleen Chopin ... casting director: New York
Jeanne McCarthy

Production Design by

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Gregory P. Keen

Art Direction by

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Steven Schwartz
James E. Tocci ... supervising art director (as Jim Tocci)

Set Decoration by

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Leslie Morales

Costume Design by

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Betsy Heimann

Makeup Department

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David Atherton ... supervising makeup artist
Sheryl Blum ... key hair stylist
Mary L. Mastro ... supervising hair-stylist
Rebecca Wachtel ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Marty P. Ewing ... unit production manager
Carey Len Smith ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Melissa V. Barnes ... second assistant director
Jim Goldthwait ... assistant director
Michael Neumann ... first assistant director (as Michael T. Neumann)
Drew Ann Rosenberg ... first assistant director
Kenneth Roth ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Dena Allen ... buyer
Larry Clark ... paint supervisor
Eduardo H. Esparza ... locations foreman
Neil Gahm ... propmaker
Bill Holmquist ... construction coordinator
Jeff Khachadoorian ... prop shop
Steven Ladish ... set dresser
Al Lewis ... art department coordinator
Gary Metzen ... painter
Don Miloyevich ... property master
Jeff Ogg ... prop shop
David Peck ... general foreman
Frank Piercy ... paint foreman
Mark Poll ... set designer
Steve Roll ... carpenter
Lee Ross ... on-set scenic
Brett C. Smith ... leadman
Adam Tankell ... graphic designer
Hraefn Wulfson ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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James Ashwill ... foley mixer
Odin Benitez ... sound effects editor
Don Coufal ... boom operator
John T. Cucci ... foley artist
Robert Fitzgerald ... dialogue editor
Richard C. Franklin ... sound effects supervisor (as Rick Franklin)
David Grimaldi ... sound effects editor
Randall Guth ... sound effects editor
Michael Hilkene ... supervising sound editor
Linda Lew ... foley recordist
Dan O'Connell ... foley artist
Philip Rogers ... adr recordist
Pernell L. Salinas ... first assistant sound editor
Jeff Wexler ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Larry Fioritto ... special effects
Virgil Sanchez ... special effects
Doyle Smiley ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Shaina Holmes ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Michael Adams ... stunts
Jacob Chambers ... stunt double
Terry Jackson ... stunt double: John C. McGinley
Shawn Patrick Lane ... stunt double: Tom Green/Jason Lee (as Shawn Lane)
Webster Whinery ... stunt coordinator
Tad Griffith ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Gary J. Wayton ... stunt performer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michael D. Anderson ... rigging electrician
Al Bruce ... grip
Gary L. Camp ... Steadicam operator / camera operator: "b" camera
Michael James Fahey ... best boy grip
Jim Grce ... gaffer
Anthony T. Marra II ... key grip
Tim Nash ... grip
Max Neal ... assistant camera
Bill O'Drobinak ... camera operator: "a" camera
Georgia Tornai Packard ... additional camera operator (as Georgia Packard)
David A. Parks ... electrician
Robbie Redner ... lighting technician
Donald Reynolds Jr. ... best boy rigging grip
Reid Russell ... assistant camera
Joe Sanchez ... key first assistant camera
Mike Savage ... grip (as Michael A. Savage)
Sandi Sissel ... director of photography: second unit
Jeffrey P. Soderberg ... chief rigging electrician
Mark Suveg ... video assist operator
James B. Walsh ... grip
Scott C. Williman ... electrician

Casting Department

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Blythe Cappello ... casting associate
Nadia Lubbe Simon ... casting assistant (as Nadia Lubbe)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alexis Jacks ... costumer
Joyce Kogut ... costume supervisor
Erin Lenk ... set costumer
Catherine Peña ... daily set costumer
Hayley Stuppel ... costumer

Location Management

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Carrie L.A. ... key assistant location manager
Jay Traynor ... key location manager

Music Department

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Fernand Bos ... supervising music editor
George Doering ... musician
Christopher S. Parker ... music clearances
Manish Raval ... music supervisor
Gary Raymond ... music playback operator: ProTools
Douglas Romayne ... conductor / orchestrator
Marni Sanders ... copyist
Steven L. Smith ... music preparation
Casey Stone ... music scoring mixer
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn
Adrian Van Velsen ... music editor
Tom Wolfe ... music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Judi Townsend ... script supervisor
Alistair Vogan ... script consultant

Transportation Department

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David R. Blakely ... driver
Stan Mataele ... transportation
Beau D. Reed Sr. ... driver (as Beau Reed)
Sean C. Ryan ... driver
Michael Vieira ... driver

Other crew

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Alan J. Bloom ... personal assistant
Darrin Clubb ... foreman
Julia Cohen ... assistant: Ms. Cavan
Jennifer Cormier ... production assistant
Anna Culp ... assistant: Brian Grazer
Rhonda DeVictor ... production coordinator
Paul Grace ... stand in/photo double
Elena Holden Tuens ... production accountant (as Elena Holden)
Shelley Kirkwood ... unit publicist
Peter Kusic ... assistant: Mr. Green
James Linville ... first assistant accountant
Jana Lundy ... production assistant: re-shoots
Christie Mattull ... insurance services
Lisa Merkel ... assistant: Mr. Lapides
Lucas Moore ... studio teacher
Robert Murphy ... assistant: Mr. Brancato & Mr. Salke
Mark Neth ... production staff
Irene O'Donnell ... assistant: Mr. McCulloch
Ian Porter ... production assistant
Angie Ryan ... key second asst accountant
Janell M. Sammelman ... key set production assistant: re-shoots
Patrick J. Smith ... key set production assistant
Anthea Strangis ... assistant production coordinator
Carla Swanson ... title designer
Carrie Tyson ... production secretary
Chris Wade ... assistant: Ms. Peyrot
Aubree Watson ... assistant: Mr. Lee

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A man turns to a life of crime to pay for his niece's tuition for her first year at a prestigious university. His girlfriend also wants him to pay $30,000 for the down payment on a house; and his buddy is a bad influence on him. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Their intentions were honorable. Their methods were criminal. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Say Uncle (United States)
  • The Promise (United States)
  • Uncle (United States)
  • Stealing Stanford (United States)
  • You Promised (United States)
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Runtime
  • 85 min
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Box Office

Budget $25,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $6,041,521, 15 Sep 2002

Did You Know?

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Trivia Owen Wilson was originally set to play Duff. See more »
Goofs When the judge takes the picture of John, the gun is lying on the table in front of them. When we see the picture later, the judge has the gun draped over John's shoulder. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Eulogy (2004). See more »
Soundtracks My Way See more »
Crazy Credits Jason Lee is listed in the main titles as "Ja$on Lee" See more »
Quotes Duff: We should make up some fake names.
John: Why?
Duff: Just in case we have to communicate while we're inside.
John: OK.
Duff: I wanna be Kyle. I knew this guy at camp. He was maybe 13. He got *two* girls pregnant, man. *Two* girls pregnant. Yea, Kyle. Who you gonna be?
John: Steve...
Duff: Steve.
John: Yeah.
Duff: OK, Steve.
John: OK, Kyle.
[John and Duff continue walking]
Duff: Wait.
John: What?
Duff: I wanna change. I wanna be Steve.
John: I'm Steve; You're Karl.
Duff: Kyle!
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