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A determined hairstylist (Queen Latifah) competes with her former boss (Kevin Bacon) after opening her own business in Atlanta.

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Gina Norris
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Lynn
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Terri
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Ms. Josephine
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Joanne
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Mrs. Towner
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Chanel
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Paulette (as Miss Laura Hayes)
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Vanessa
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Willie (as L'il JJ)
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Rochelle (as Lisaraye McCoy)
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Darnelle
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Ida
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Denise
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Catfish Rita
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James
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Jorge
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Joe
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Byron
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DJ Helen
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Inspector Crawford
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Client of Chanel
Birdman ...
Himself (as Baby)
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Mrs. Struggs
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Woman
Crystal S. Garrett ...
Woman (as Crystal Garrett)
Suzanne Covington ...
Mrs. Dexter
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Mercedes (as Joyful M. Drake)
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Porsche
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Music Teacher
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Stacy
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Big Customer
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Detective
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Female Client at Jorge's
Ki Toy Johnson ...
Neighborhood Girl
Otis Best ...
Neighborhood Rapper
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Bag Diva (as Christopher Lane)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vakisha Coleman ...
Crystal / dancer (uncredited)
Sarah Cooper ...
Club Dancer (uncredited)
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Client of Ida (uncredited)
Misha Harris ...
Lynn's Client (uncredited)
John Fitzgerald Page ...
Lovestruck Doofus (uncredited)
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Hershey's Kiss (uncredited)
Michelle Shaffer ...
Jorge's Main Client (uncredited)
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Joe's Niece (uncredited)
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Corky (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bille Woodruff

Written by

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Elizabeth Hunter ... (story)
 
Kate Lanier ... (screenplay) and
Norman Vance Jr. ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Matt Alvarez ... executive producer
Otis Best ... associate producer
Shakim Compere ... producer
David Hoberman ... producer
Ice Cube ... executive producer
Todd Lieberman ... executive producer
Queen Latifah ... producer
Louise Rosner ... co-producer
Robert Teitel ... producer
George Tillman Jr. ... producer

Music by

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Christopher Young

Cinematography by

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Theo van de Sande ... director of photography (as Theo Van de Sande)

Film Editing by

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Michael Jablow

Editorial Department

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Chad Buckmaster ... post-production intern
Vaune Kirby Frechette ... assistant editor (as Vaune Kirby)
Mato ... color timer
Heather Mullen ... first assistant editor
Robert Tomaszewski ... high definition color grader
Brendan Walsh ... post-production assistant
Kay Sievert ... colorist: dailies (uncredited)

Casting By

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Kim Coleman ... (as Kim Taylor Coleman)
Victoria Thomas

Production Design by

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Jon Gary Steele ... (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Kevin Kavanaugh
Jon Gary Steele

Set Decoration by

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Traci Kirshbaum

Costume Design by

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Sharen Davis

Makeup Department

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Julie Baker ... hair stylist: Queen Latifah
Felicity Bowring ... department head makeup
Debra Brown ... hair stylist (as Debra Y. Brown)
Sterfon Demings ... department head hair stylist
Corina C. Duran-Rabichuk ... makeup artist (as Corina C. Duran)
Roxanna Floyd ... makeup artist: Queen Latifah
Andrea Jackson ... hair stylist
Terrell Simon ... hair stylist
Carol Strong ... makeup artist
Laini Thompson ... makeup artist
Randy White ... technical hair consultant

Production Management

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Louise Rosner ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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William Paul Clark ... first assistant director (as William P. Clark)
Juana Franklin ... second second assistant director
Tobijah Tyler ... second assistant director
Todd Turner ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Jacob Alsbrook ... set dresser
Joe Bergman ... leadman
Michael J. Bertolina ... assistant property master
Thomas E. Brown ... paint foreman
Skip Crank ... assistant property master (as Richard Crank)
Tracy Gaydos ... art department coordinator
William 'W' Gilpin ... construction coordinator (as William B. Gilpin)
Corey Gomez ... set dresser
Vinson Jae ... stand-by painter
John Paul 'J.P.' Jones ... property master (as John P. Jones)
Masako Masuda ... senior set designer
Victor Mendez ... set dresser
H. Bruce Norrbom ... construction foreman
C.J. Pyles ... on-set dresser (as Christopher J. Pyles)
Earl Thielen ... set dresser
Dean Tschetter ... assistant art director
Jane Wuu ... senior set designer
Judson Crowder ... set dresser (uncredited)
Ryan P. Dreyer ... set dresser (uncredited)
Yuri Elvin ... set dresser (uncredited)
Jeremy McGuire ... art department production assistant: Atlanta (uncredited)
Jeremy Meyer ... art department production assistant (uncredited)
Talithia Miles ... art production assistant (uncredited)
Greg O'Donohue ... set dresser (uncredited)
Paolo Paci ... set dresser (uncredited)
Joel Ruiz ... set dresser (uncredited)
Eric S. Saperstein ... paint gang boss (uncredited)
Andrew 'Pinky' Swartsel ... set dresser (uncredited)
Heather L. Watson ... leadman (uncredited)
Fante Zamora ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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John Benson ... supervising adr editor / supervising dialogue editor
Mark Binder ... re-recording mixer
Mark Coffey ... sound recordist
Tim Cooney ... production sound mixer
Eddie Delena ... foley editor
Matt Dubin ... sound mixing recordist
Donald Flick ... sound effects editor
Gary Gegan ... re-recording mixer
Jeffrey A. Humphreys ... boom operator
Matthew Iadarola ... re-recording mixer
Elliott Koretz ... foley editor (as Elliot Koretz)
Mark A. Mangini ... re-recording mixer (as Mark Mangini) / supervising sound editor (as Mark Mangini)
Darrin Mann ... foley mixer
Michael A. Morongell ... sound mixing engineer (as Michael Morongell)
Robert Morrisey ... assistant sound editor
Piero Mura ... sound effects editor
Chris Navarro ... adr recordist
Ralph Osborn ... dialogue editor
Erin Michael Rettig ... sound recordist (as Erin Rettig)
Katie Rowe ... foley artist
Sean Rowe ... foley artist
George W. Scott ... cable
Nick Shaffer ... sound recordist
George Simpson ... sound effects editor
Andy Sisul ... assistant sound editor
Eric Thompson ... adr mixer
Trevor Ward ... sound consultant: Dolby
Dave Williams ... dialogue editor
Colt Logan ... utility sound: Atlanta unit (uncredited)

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Gary Abrahamian ... computer graphics artist: CIS Hollywood
Matthew Adams ... compositor: CIS Hollywood
Amy Garback ... data I/O: CIS Hollywood
Larry Gaynor ... senior paint artist: CIS Hollywood
Bryan Hirota ... visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Diana Miao ... computer graphics artist: CIS Hollywood
Marc Nanjo ... compositor: CIS Hollywood
Julia Neighly ... visual effects coordinator: CIS Hollywood (as Julia Gaudette)
Gregory Oehler ... compositor: CIS Hollywood (as Greg Oehler)
Julie Orosz ... visual effects producer: CIS-Hollywood
Brian Hanable ... digital compositor: Pacific Title (uncredited)
Jerry Weil ... digital effects artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Chuck Picerni Jr. ... stunt coordinator
Madison Turner ... stunt player

Camera and Electrical Department

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Matthew E. Alper ... first assistant camera: "b" camera unit (as Matthew Alper)
Jerry Bertolami ... dolly grip
Sam Emerson ... still photographer (as Sam Y. Emerson)
Harry K. Garvin ... camera operator: "a" camera (as Harry Garvin) / steadicam operator (as Harry Garvin)
Daniel C. Gold ... camera operator: "b" camera
Robert Gray ... key grip
Bill Greenberg ... assistant rigging electrician
Quinn Grove ... second company grip
Markus Mentzer ... loader
Raymond Michels ... key rigging grip
Dayton Nietert ... chief lighting technician
Jesse Olivares ... video assist
Jesse Rushton ... lighting technician
Alfred E. Smithey ... second company rigging grip (as Alf Smithey)
Baird Steptoe ... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Baird B. Steptoe)
Victor Svimonoff ... chief rigging electrician
Roger Wall ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
John Young ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Christopher A. Zwirner ... assistant lighting technician
Paul Arnold ... electrician (uncredited)
Ben Bowling ... rigger (uncredited)
Vincent Contarino ... best boy rigging electric (uncredited)
Stephen Crowley ... best boy: Atlanta (uncredited)
Jeff W. Curtis ... best boy grip: Atlanta (uncredited)
Renée George ... electrician (uncredited)
Dave Muskeni ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Jacob Ross ... grip: Atlanta (uncredited)
Thom Shepard ... grip (uncredited)
Robert Snyder ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)
Gary Stark ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Randy Tharpe ... electrician (uncredited)
Monty Woodard ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Pamela Frazier ... casting assistant
Barbara Harris ... voice casting
Angel Brown ... casting assistant (uncredited)
Christopher Gray ... extras casting (uncredited)
Kelly Hunt ... extras casting (uncredited)
Ron Lunceford ... extras casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Cheryl Cravedi ... set costumer (as Cheryl L. Cravedi)
Carol Cutshall ... assistant costume designer (as Carol A. Cutshall)
Bridgitte Ferry ... costumer (as Brigitte Ferry)
Riki Lin Sabusawa ... costume supervisor (as Riki Sabusawa)
Susan Moses Williams ... wardrobe consultant: Queen Latifah (as Susan Moses)
Katherine Wright ... set costumer
Susan Saldutti ... costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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John Armstrong ... location manager
Anthony Rizza ... assistant location manager
Judy Heinzen Culotta ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
Maida N. Morgan ... location manager: Atlanta (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bruce Babcock ... conductor
Margie Balter ... musician: piano solo
Mark Batson ... additional musician: solo piano
Max Blomgren ... additional music engineer
Brent Brooks ... music editor
Kostas Christides ... orchestrator (as Konstantinos Christides)
Barry Cole ... music supervisor
Robert Fernandez ... music mix engineer / music recording engineer
Benoit Grey ... synthesizer programmer
David Low ... music contractor
Thomas Milano ... music editor
Sujin Nam ... score coordinator
Ryan Robinson ... scoring technical support engineer
Christopher Young ... orchestrator
Pete Anthony ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Samantha Barker ... assistant to composer (uncredited)
Vincent Cirilli ... music editor (uncredited)
George Doering ... musician (uncredited)
Hakeem Khaaliq ... music licensing (uncredited)
Jon Kull ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Sean McMahon ... score coordinator (uncredited)
Julia Michels ... executive in charge of music (uncredited)
Flavio Motalla ... score producer (uncredited)
Michael Pelavin ... score coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Rotter ... music contractor (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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William Ballard ... transportation captain (as William K. Ballard)
Denny Caira ... transportation coordinator
Julio Salazar ... production driver
David Carlton White ... pass van driver
Morris Aroesti ... captain (uncredited)
J. Armin Garza II ... driver: camera car (uncredited)
Chuck Graydon ... driver (uncredited)
Mike Robinson ... special driver (uncredited)
Theresa M. Roehner ... driver (uncredited)
Mike Shannon ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Wendy Altman-Cohen ... principal eyewear
Yaa Boaa Aning ... production assistant
Margie Balter ... piano coach: Djimon Hounsou and Paige Hurd
LaWanda Black ... assistant: Queen Latifah (as La Wanda 'L.B.' Black)
Andrew P. Brown ... construction accountant
John Catron ... accountant (as John C.R. Catron)
Nicky Craft ... payroll accountant
Kim Dunbar ... assistant: Alfre Woodard
Antonio Evans ... first aid
Kristine Harlan ... production assistant
Todd Havern ... production assistant
Chuck Hayward ... assistant: Robert Teitel
David K. Hebenstreit ... assistant: Matt Alvarez (as David Hebenstreit)
Charis Henry ... assistant: Shakim Compere
Polly Hobson ... assistant: Djimon Hounsou
Mandy Hoke ... first aid
Brandon Hollyer ... second assistant accountant
Kendra C. Johnson ... stand-in: Queen Latifah
Richard Lyons ... theatrical consultant: Queen Latifah
Jenny Marchick ... assistant: Todd Lieberman
Kim Meade ... assistant: David Hoberman
Susan Mieras ... assistant: Kevin Bacon
Talithia Miles ... production assistant
Ryan Miningham ... production assistant
Amy Montgomery ... assistant: Louise Rosner
Lance Owens ... security: Queen Latifah
Scott Peterson ... script supervisor
Drue Powell ... production assistant
Stanley W. Pratt ... chef: Hat Trick Catering (as Stan Pratt)
Parker Randal ... production assistant (as Randy Parker)
Barbara Rosing Hoke ... production coordinator
Onanong Souratha ... assistant: Bille Woodruff (as Oni Souratha)
Michael Swafford ... first assistant accountant
George L. Tarrant Jr. ... assistant: George Tillman Jr. (as George Tarrant)
Traci Tateyama ... assistant production coordinator
Andrew Trosmans ... clearance coordinator
Victor Valencia ... post-production accountant
Sedric Veal ... production assistant
Dannon Walters ... craft service (as Dannon Walters III)
Anna Wenger ... production assistant
Gina White ... clearance coordinator
Deborah Wuliger ... unit publicist
Claudia Zakem ... assistant post-production accountant
Cassandra Barbour ... rights and clearances (uncredited)
Elizabeth Cantillon ... studio executive (uncredited)
Jessica Drake ... dialect coach (uncredited)
Ava DuVernay ... promotional services (uncredited)
Stream Gardner ... stand-in: Sherri Shepard and Golden Brooks (uncredited)
Rob Gomes ... production assistant (uncredited)
Maya Goodwin ... looping group (uncredited)
Jalyn Henton ... assistant production coordinator: Atlanta (uncredited)
Adam Jordan ... production assistant (uncredited)
Cashalà L'Shauntyelle ... stand-in (uncredited)
Paul Lindsay ... production assistant (uncredited)
Rosero McCoy ... choreographer (uncredited)
Chris Ranung ... craft service: Atlanta (uncredited)
Nina Saxon ... title designer (uncredited)
Laura Sevier ... rights and clearances (uncredited)
Jamal Sims ... choreographer (uncredited)
Jessica Slating ... stand-in: Alicia Silverstone (uncredited)
Billy Taylor ... production assistant (uncredited)
John Trujillo ... layout board (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

You thought you'd heard it all in the barbershop, but you haven't heard anything yet - the women get their own chance to shampoo, shine, and speak their minds in Beauty Shop. Written by MGM Studios

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Also Known As
  • Salón de belleza (Spain)
  • Në sallonin e bukurisë (Albania)
  • Салон за красота (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • As Malucas das Cabeleireiras (Portugal)
  • Salón de belleza (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 105 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $12,801,465, 03 Apr 2005
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $38,351,350

Did You Know?

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Trivia Was originally suppose to be a third part to the popular Barbershop franchise, but formed its own title soon after. See more »
Goofs Towards the end, when the radio announcer calls Gina's shop to talk to her, by turning up the radio for Gina to hear her voice, there would be so much feedback that no one will be able to hear the radio announcer and vice versa See more »
Movie Connections Features The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986). See more »
Soundtracks Call Me See more »
Quotes Chanel: Is that a purse?
James: It's a man bag!
Ida: A man bag?
James: Yeah, it's like the hottest new accessory.
Ida: You got some man lipstick in that bag?
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