Any Given Sunday (1999)

R | 164 mins | Drama | 1999

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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Los Angeles Times
22 Dec 1999
p. 1.
New York Times
22 Dec 1999
p. 1.
Variety
20 Dec 1999
p. 56, 61.
CAST
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
Special appearances by:
Cap Rooney's children:
[and]
Players' wives & girlfriends:
Party girls:
Addl players - All teams:
[and]
Fans:
Shark trainers:
Referees:
"Fan" businessmen at mayor's party:
[and]
Friends - Owners box:
[and]
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PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANIES
PRODUCTION TEXT
An Oliver Stone Film
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
2d unit dir
Unit prod mgr
1st asst dir
1st asst dir
1st asst dir, 2d unit
2d asst dir
2d asst dir
2d asst dir, 2d unit
Addl 2d asst dir, 2d unit
2d 2d asst dir
PRODUCERS
Exec prod
Exec prod
Co-prod
Co-prod
WRITERS
Scr story
Scr story
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Dir of photog, 2d unit
Addl dir of photog/Cam op
"A" cam op
"A" cam 1st asst cam
"A" cam 1st asst cam, 2d unit
"A" cam 2d asst cam
"A" cam 2d asst cam, 2d unit
Steadicam op/"B" cam
"B" cam op, 2d unit
"B" cam 1st asst
"B" cam 1st asst cam, 2d unit
"B" cam 2d asst
"B" cam 2d asst cam, 2d unit
"C" cam op
"C" cam 1st asst
"C" cam 2d asst
24-frame playback
Video playback op, 2d unit
Still photog
Chief lighting tech
Asst chief lighting tech
Rigging gaffer
Key grip
Key grip, 2d unit
Best boy grip
Best boy grip, 2d unit
Best boy grip, 2d unit
Dolly grip
Key rigging grip
Cam cranes and dollies by
Lighting and grip equip by
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
Supv art dir
Art dir
Asst art dir
Art dept researcher
FILM EDITORS
Addl editing by
Assoc ed
1st asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Asst ed
Negative cutter
SET DECORATORS
Set des
Set des
Set dec
Set dec
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
On-set dresser
Prop master
Prop master, 2d unit
Asst prop master
Const coord
Lead scenic
Foreman
Standby painter
Const foreman
Greens
Greens
COSTUMES
Cost des
Asst cost des
Key football cost
Select jewelry
MUSIC
Mus supv
Mus score
Mus score
Mus score
Addl mus score by
Addl mus score by
Addl mus score by
Addl mus score by
Mus ed
Asst mus supv
SOUND
Supv sd ed
Supv sd ed
Prod sd mixer
Sd mixer
Boom op
Sd eff des
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
ADR supv
Dial ed
Dial ed
Dial ed
Dial ed
Foley supv
Asst sd ed
Asst sd ed
Asst sd ed
Asst sd ed
ADR asst ed
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Foley artist
Foley artist
Foley artist
Live surround eff rec by
VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual eff plate supv
Visual eff ed
Digital visual eff prod by
Visual eff supv
Supv compositor
Compositor
Compositor
Compositor
Rotoscoper
Rotoscoper
Visual eff coord
Spec eff
Spec eff
Main & end title des
Titles and opticals by
Animated graphics
MAKEUP
Key makeup artist
Makeup artist
Makeup artist
Makeup artist
Supv hairstylist
Hairstylist for Ms. Diaz
PRODUCTION MISC
Casting
Casting
Los Angeles casting
New York casting
New York casting
Extras casting
Post prod supv
Tech consultant
Tech consultant
Scr supv, 2d unit
Prod assoc
Asst prod assoc
Asst prod assoc
Loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Prod accountant
Asst accountant
Football coord
Asst football coord
Prod secy, 2d unit
Transportation coord
Transportation capt
Transportation capt
Transportation capt
Marine coord
Prod aide
Unit pub
Dialect coach
Promotional crowd coord
Animal wrangler
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Project consultant
Asst to Mr. Stone
Asst to Mr. Stone
Asst to Mr. Townsend
Asst to Ms. Shuler Donner
Asst to Mr. Pacino
Exec asst to Mr. Pacino
Asst to Ms. Diaz
Asst to Mr. Quaid
Asst to Mr. Woods
Prod services
CNN footage provided by
Photos by
Playbook by
Craft service
Craft service
Catering by
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Set staff asst
Office staff asst
Office staff asst
Office staff asst
Office staff asst
STAND INS
Stunt coord
Spec stunts
Spec stunts
COLOR PERSONNEL
Col timer
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the book I'm Okay, It's Only a Bruise by Robert Huizenga (publication date undetermined).
SONGS
"Ghost Dance," written by Robbie Robertson and Jim Wilson, performed by Robbie Robertson, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
"Storm Trucks," from Where the River Flows North , written by Jeff Claus and Ben Wittman, performed by The Horse Flies, courtesy of Newsound LLC
"Log Death," from Where the River Flows North , written by Jeff Claus and Judy Hyman, performed by The Horse Flies, courtesy of Newsound LLC
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SONGS
"Ghost Dance," written by Robbie Robertson and Jim Wilson, performed by Robbie Robertson, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
"Storm Trucks," from Where the River Flows North , written by Jeff Claus and Ben Wittman, performed by The Horse Flies, courtesy of Newsound LLC
"Log Death," from Where the River Flows North , written by Jeff Claus and Judy Hyman, performed by The Horse Flies, courtesy of Newsound LLC
"Sweet Pain (R&D Division Remix)," written and performed by Michael Brook and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, courtesy of Real World Records Ltd./Virgin Records Ltd.
"Sharks' Anthem," written and performed by Mike Reagan, courtesy of Soundelux Showorks
"Rain Dance," written and performed by Robbie Robertson
Excerpts from "Pictures at an Exhibition," written by Modest Mussorgsky and Maurice Ravel
"Right Here, Right Now," written by Norman Cook, Joseph Walsh and Dale Peters, performed by Fatboy Slim, courtesy of Astralwerks Records
"Rock and Roll Part 2," written by Gary Glitter and Mike Leander, performed by Gary Glitter, courtesy of Shapper Music PLC
"Why," written and produced by Sully Erna, performed by Godsmack, courtesy of Republic/Universal Records
"Spiritual," written and performed by Bill Brown, courtesy of Soundelux Showorks
"Find My Baby," written and performed by Moby, courtesy of V2 Records Inc./Mute Records Ltd.
"Whatever It Takes," written by P.O.D. and Tony McAnany, produced by Tony McAnany, performed by P.O.D., courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
"Jump," written by Michael Tyler, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, produced by The Neptunes, performed by Mystikal, courtesy of No Limit/Jive Records
"Supermoves," written by Dr. Chug, performed by Overseer, courtesy of Sanctuary Music Ltd.
"Rattlebone," written by Robbie Robertson and Marius DeVries, performed by Robbie Robertson, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
"Bless Me Father," written by Tony McAnany, produced by Tony McAnany, performed by P.O.D., courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
"Ultramarine," written and performed by Michael Brook, courtesy of 4AD, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Reunion," written by K. Holley, V. Santiago, L. Porter, M. Thomas, M. Slamer and L. Mason, produced by E. Z. Elpee, performed by Capone-N-Noreaga, courtesy of Tommy Boy Records, "Reunion" contains samples of "The Day the Earth Caught Fire," performed by City Boy, courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp., by arrangement with Warner Special Products and courtesy of Mercury Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Albo Gater," written and performed by Michael Brook, courtesy of 4AD, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Stompbox," written and produced by Dr. Chug, performed by Overseer, courtesy of Sanctuary Music Ltd.
"I Dreamed About You," written by Bill Elliott, performed by Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra, courtesy of Wayland Records
"Cruisin'," written by William Robinson, Jr. and Marvin Tarplin, performed by Smokey Robinson, courtesy of Motown Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Fleeting Smile," written and performed by Roger Eno, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc./Opal Records, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Viscaya Fight," written, produced and performed by Danny Saber, courtesy of Strict9
"Sharks' Theme," written and performed by Bill Brown, courtesy of Soundelux Showorks
"My Niggas," written by Earl Simmons and Kasseem Dean, performed by DMX, courtesy of Rush Associated Labels Recordings/The Island Def Jam Music Group, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Pennsylvania 6-5000," written by Carl Sigman and Jerry Gray
"Rock the Sharks," written and performed by Bill Brown, courtesy of Soundelux Showorks
"So Ruff, So Tuff," written by Larry Troutman and Roger Troutman, performed by Roger, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Marinerito Marineron," written by Luis Arenas, performed by Papucho y Su Grupo Wao, courtesy of J & N Records
"Paranoid," written by Anthony Iommi, William Ward, Terence Butler and John Osbourne, performed by Black Sabbath
"Mambo UK," written by Jesús Alemañy, performed by ¡Cubanismo!, courtesy of Hannibal Records, A Rykodisc Label
"That's the Way (I Like It)," written by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch, performed by KC & The Sunshine Band, courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Motorbreath," written by James Hetfield, performed by Metallica, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group and E/M Ventures, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Cheek to Cheek," written by Irving Berlin, performed by Ella Fitzgerald, courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Boy," written by Trick Daddy, Kase, Mystic, Fat and JV, produced by Righteous Funk Boogie, performed by Trick Daddy, featuring Lost Tribe and JV, courtesy of Slip-'n-Slide Records
"Never Goin' Back," written by Kejuan Muchita and Albert Johnson, produced by Havoc, performed by Mobb Deep, courtesy of Loud Records LLC
"Bawitdaba," written by R. J. Ritchie, Jason Krause and Matthew Shafer, performed by Kid Rock, courtesy of Lava/Atlantic Recording Corp., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Take California," written by Alex Gifford, performed by Propellerheads, courtesy of DreamWorks Records/Wall of Sound and Propellerheads, under license from Universal Music Special Markets and Propellerheads
"I Didn't Know About You," written by Bob Russell and Duke Ellington, performed by Thelonious Monk, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Shut 'Em Down," written by James Todd Smith and George Spivey, produced by DJ Scratch, performed by LL Cool J, courtesy of Def Jam Records
"Revolution," written by Kirk Franklin and Rodney Jerkins, performed by Kirk Franklin, courtesy of Gospo Centric Records
"I Can't Face the Music," written by Ted Koehler and Rube Bloom, performed by Billie Holiday, courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"More Bounce to the Ounce," written by Roger Troutman, performed by Zapp, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Who You Gonna Call," written by Missy Elliott, Roosevelt Harrell and Tony McAnany, produced by Tony McAnany, Missy Elliott and Bink Dog, performed by Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, courtesy of The Gold Mind, Inc./Elektra Entertainment Group
"Any Given Sunday," written by Jamie Foxx, Keith Elam and Rashid Lonnie Lynn, produced by Jamie Foxx, performed by Jamie Foxx, featuring Guru and Common, Guru appears courtesy of Noo Trybe/Virgin Records, Common appears courtesy of MCA Records
"Be a Man," written by Courtney Love, Eric Erlandson and Billy Corgan, produced by Michael Beinhorn and Hole, performed by Hole, courtesy of Geffen Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Como Ves," written by Jesus "Chuy" Perez, performed by Ozomatli, courtesy of Almo Sounds, Inc.
"Out of the Blue," written by Robbie Robertson, performed by Robbie Robertson and Bill Dillon
"My Name Is Willie," written by Jamie Foxx and Conrad Hilton, produced and performed by Jamie Foxx
"Fuck That," written by R. J. Ritchie, produced and performed by Kid Rock, courtesy of Lava/Atlantic Recording Corp.
"The Wrestler (Lionrock Remix)," written by Nathan Church, Richard Hopson, Marcus Salisbury and Justin Robertson, performed by Slick Sixty, courtesy of Mute Records Ltd.
"When Your Lover Has Gone," written by E. A. Swan, performed by Ben Webster with Oscar Peterson, courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Shut Up," written by Trick Daddy, Duece Poppito of 24Karatz, Trina and Co of Tre +6, produced by Tony Galvin, Duece Poppito of 24Karatz, Trina and Co of Tre +6, courtesy of Slip-'n-Slide Records
"Without a Daddy (Black Girl/White Girl)," written by Baby James, Bryan Adelic and Juan Blair, performed by 2She, courtesy of Good Girl Management
"Move Right Now," written by E. Jeffers, M. Smalls and K. Dean, produced by Swizz Beatz, performedby Swizz Beatz featuring Eve and Drag-On, courtesy of Ruff Ryders Records/Interscope Records
"Life Form," written by David Brock, performed by Hawkwind, courtesy of Hawkwind
"Don't Explain," written by Arthur Herzog and Billie Holiday, performed by Nina Simone, courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Blue on Blue," written and performed by Robbie Robertson
"Everloving," written and performed by Moby, courtesy of V2 Records Inc./Mute Records Ltd.
"Twilight Zone," written by Filip De Wilde and J. P. DeCoster, performed by 2 Unlimited, courtesy of Byte Records - Belgium
"Coyote Dance," written by Dave Pickell and Jim Wilson, performed by Robbie Robertson, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
"Gaby," written by Rafael E. Lopez
"Flying Foxes," written and performed by Moby, courtesy of V2 Records Inc./Mute Records Ltd.
"Horny," written by Mousse T. and Errol Rennalls, performed by Mousse T. vs. Hot 'n' Juicy, courtesy of Peppermint Jam/American and Universal International Music, B.V., by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing and under license from Universal Special Markets
"On Demeter," written by Jason Noble, Rachel Grimes and Christian Frederickson, performed by Rachel's, courtesy of Quarterstick Records
“Twisted Hair,” written by Jim Wilson and Dave Carson, performed by Robbie Robertson, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
“Infedelite,” written by Reynaldo Hahn, performed by Susan Graham and Roger Vignoles, courtesy of Sony Classical, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
“Unknown,” written by Robbie Robertson and Michael A. Kandel, performed by Robbie Robertson
“Leave Home,” written by Thomas Rowlands, Edmund Simons and Blake Baxter, performed by The Chemical Brothers, courtesy of Virgin Records Limited/Astralwerks Records
“Graciosa,” written and performed by Moby, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group/Mute Records Ltd. U.K., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
“Use Me,” written and performed by Bill Withers, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
“WR,” written by Robert Donne, Carter Brown and Mark Nelson, performed by Labradford, courtesy of Kranky Ltd. & Blast First/Mute Records Ltd.
“Finale” from “The Daughter of the Regiment,” written by Gaetano Donizetti, performed by The Munich Radio Orchestra, conducted by Marcello Panni, courtesy of Nightingale Classics and Koch International, by arrangement with Source/Q
“We Will Rock You,” written by Brian May, performed by Queen, courtesy of Queen Productions Ltd., licensed to EMI Records Ltd./Hollywood Records
“My Weakness,” written and performed by Moby, courtesy of V2 Records Inc./Mute Records Ltd.
“Soul Sunday,” written by W. Knighton, C. Gipp, A. Benjamin and D. Sheats, produced by Mr. DJ, performed by Goodie Mob featuring OutKast, Goodie Mob and OutKast appear courtesy of LaFace Records
“Bended Knee,” written by Robbie Robertson and Tim Gordine, performed by Robbie Robertson
“Any Given Sunday Outro,” written, produced and performed by Jamie Foxx
“Introduction,” from Run Lola Run , written and performed by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek, and Reinhold Heil, courtesy of X Filme Creative Pool, Berlin/TVT Soundtrax
“Just Before Dawn,” written and performed by Robbie Robertson.
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COMPOSERS
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1999
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles opening: 22 December 1999
New York opening: week of 22 December 1999
Copyright Claimant:
Warner Brothers, a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, LP
Copyright Date:
14 January 2000
Copyright Number:
PA962790
Physical Properties:
Sound
Dolby Digital; dts; SDDS in selected theatres
Color
Technicolor®
Lenses/Prints
Filmed with Panavision® cameras and lenses
Duration(in mins):
164
MPAA Rating:
R
Country:
United States
Language:
English
PCA No:
37161
GENRE
Genre:
Sub-genre:
Football


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