Mona Lisa Smile (2003)

PG-13 | 119 mins | Drama | 2003

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Los Angeles Times
19 Dec 2003
p. 1.
New York Times
19 Dec 2003
p. 8.
Variety
15 Dec 2003
p. 48, 53.
CAST
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
Art history students:
Wet girls:
[and]
Dancers:
Christmas students:
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PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANIES
PRODUCTION TEXT
A film by Mike Newell
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
2d unit dir
Unit prod mgr
Asst unit prod mgr
1st asst dir
1st asst dir, 2d unit
2d asst dir
2d 2d asst dir
Addl 2d asst dir
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Dir of photog, 2d unit
Steadicam op
Technocrane op
2d asst cam
Film loader
"B" cam 1st asst
"B" cam 2d asst
"B" cam 2d asst
"C" cam 1st asst
Video assist
24 frame video playback
Chief lighting tech
Asst chief lighting tech
Generator op
Best boy elec-MA
Key rigging elec
Best boy rigging elec
Key grip
Best boy grip
Dolly grip
Best boy grip-MA
Key rigging grip
Best boy rigging grip
Still photog
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
Asst art dir
Asst art dir
Asst art dir
Graphic des
Art dept coord
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Post prod supv
Post prod coord
1st asst Avid ed
1st asst film ed
1st asst film ed
2d asst film ed
2d asst film ed
Ed prod asst
Negative cutting
Negative cutting
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
Asst set dec
Prop master
Asst props
Asst props
Asst props
Const coord
Key carpenter
Foreman carpenter
Standby carpenter
Key const grip
Shop elec
Mansion shop elec
Const shop mgr
Greensperson
Greensperson
Scenic chargeman
2d scenic chargeman
Standby cam scenic
Leadman
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
Set dresser
On-set dresser
COSTUMES
Cost des
Asst cost des
Asst cost des
Asst cost des
Ward supv
Ward supv
Ward supv
Key set cost
Key set cost
Key set cost
Cost
Cost for Ms. Roberts
MUSIC
Mus supv
On-cam mus prod
Mus ed
Addl mus ed
Orch contractor
Orch contractor
Scoring eng
Exec mus prod
SOUND
Utility sd
Supv sd ed
Asst sd ed
Dial/ADR ed
Foley ed
Foley artist
Foley artist
Foley mixer
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Voice casting
Voice casting
Loop group
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff coord
Spec eff foreman
Spec eff
Main titles by
DANCE
Choreog
MAKEUP
Dept head makeup
Co-key makeup artist
Co-key makeup artist
Makeup artist
Dept head hair
Co-key hair stylist
Co-key hair stylist
Makeup artist for Ms. Roberts
Hair stylist for Ms. Roberts
PRODUCTION MISC
Casting
Casting
Casting assoc
Extras casting
Extras casting
Scr supv
Prod accountant
1st asst accountant
2d asst accountant
Accounting asst
Accounting asst
Payroll accountant
Accounting clerk
Const accountant
Prod accountant-MA
Prod office coord
Asst prod office coord
Loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Loc scout
Parking coord
Prod secy
Art history consultant
Researcher
Researcher
Unit pub
DGA trainee
Asst to Mr. Newell
Asst to Ms. Goldsmith-Thomas
Asst to Ms. Goldsmith-Thomas
Asst to Ms. Schindler
Asst to Mr. Schiff
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod asst
Catering
Craft service
Craft service
Set medic
Animal trainer
Transportation capt
Transportation co-capt
Transportation co-capt
Driver for Mr. Newell
Driver for Ms. Roberts
STAND INS
Stunt coord
Stand-in for Ms. Roberts
Stand-in for Ms. Dunst
Stand-in for Ms. Stiles
Stand-in for Ms. Gyllenhaal
Stand-in for Ms. Goodwin
COLOR PERSONNEL
Digital intermediate
Digital colorist
Col timer
SOURCES
MUSIC
"Trio for 2 Flutes and Harp," from "L'Enfance Du Christ," written by Hector Berlioz
"Trumpet Voluntary in D, Op. 6, No. 5 (Andante Largo)," written by John Stanley
"The Swan" from "Carnival of the Animals," written by Camille Saint-Saens
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MUSIC
"Trio for 2 Flutes and Harp," from "L'Enfance Du Christ," written by Hector Berlioz
"Trumpet Voluntary in D, Op. 6, No. 5 (Andante Largo)," written by John Stanley
"The Swan" from "Carnival of the Animals," written by Camille Saint-Saens
"Flying Home," written by Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by The Trevor Horn Orchestra
"The Continental," written by Con Conrad and Herbert Magidson, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by The Trevor Horn Orchestra.
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SONGS
"Lift Thine Eyes" from "Elijah," written by Felix Mendelssohn, performed by Wellesley College Chamber Singers, Lisa Graham conductor, under license from Wellesley College Chamber Singers
"For the Splendor of Creation," adapted from "The Planets," written by Gustav Holst and Carl P. Daw, Jr., performed by Wellesley College Choir, Lisa Graham conductor, under license from Wellesley College Choir
"I Love Lucy," written by Harold Adamson and Eliot Daniel
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SONGS
"Lift Thine Eyes" from "Elijah," written by Felix Mendelssohn, performed by Wellesley College Chamber Singers, Lisa Graham conductor, under license from Wellesley College Chamber Singers
"For the Splendor of Creation," adapted from "The Planets," written by Gustav Holst and Carl P. Daw, Jr., performed by Wellesley College Choir, Lisa Graham conductor, under license from Wellesley College Choir
"I Love Lucy," written by Harold Adamson and Eliot Daniel
"Secret Love," written by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, performed by Doris Day, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"How High the Moon," written by Nancy Hamilton and Morgan Lewis, performed by Les Paul & Mary Ford, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Film & Television Music
"Hoop-De-Hoo," written by Frank Loesser and Milton DeLugg, performed by Perry Como, courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG, under license from BMG Film & Television Music
"Would I Mind," written by Joe Candullo, Jack Little and Eddie Snyder, performed by Steve Gibson's Red Caps, courtesy of Bear Family Records
"Bewitched," written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Celine Dion, courtesy of Columbia Records/Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," written by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Raymond Leppard conductor, courtesy of Teldec Classics International, by arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing
"'S Wonderful," written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by The Trevor Horn Orchestra
"Mona Lisa," written by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Seal, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
"Besame Mucho," written by Consuelo Velazquez, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Chris Isaak
"Murder He Says," written by Frank Loesser and Jimmy McHugh, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Tori Amos, courtesy of Epic Records
"You Belong to Me," written by Pee Wee King, Chilton Price and Redd Stewart, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Tori Amos, courtesy of Epic Records
"Santa Baby," written by Joan Javits, Phil Springer and Tony Springer, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Macy Gray, courtesy of Epic Records
"I've Got a Crush on You," written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Seal, courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
"The Glow Worm," written by Paul Lincke, Johnny Mercer and Lilla C. Robinson, performed by The Mills Brothers, courtesy of MCA Records, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
"I'm Sitting on Top of the World," written by Ray Henderson, Sam Lewis and Joe Young, performed by Les Paul & Mary Ford, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Film & Television Music
"Tea for Two," written by Irving Caesar and Vincent Youmans, performed by Doris Day, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Walking My Baby Back Home," written by Fred E. Ahlert and Roy Turk, performed by Nat King Cole, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Film & Television Music
"I'm Beginning to See the Light," written by Duke Ellington, Don George, Johnny Hodges and Harry James, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Kelly Rowland, courtesy of Columbia Records
"No Moon At All," written by Dave Mann and Redd Evans, performed by Brad Mehldau and Larry Grenadier, Brad Mehldau appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon," written by Gus Edwards and Edward Madden, performed by Doris Day, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Istanbul (Not Constantinople)," written by Jimmy Kennedy and Nat Simon, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by The Trevor Horn Orchestra
"Sh Boom (Life Could Be a Dream)," written by James C. Keyes, Carl Feaster, Floyd McRae, Claude Feaster and James W. Edwards, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by The Trevor Horn Orchestra
"What I'll Do," written by Irving Berlin, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Alison Krauss, courtesy of Rounder Records
"I've Got the World on a String," written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Lisa Stansfield, courtesy of ZTT Records Ltd.
"The Heart of Every Girl," written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, produced by Trevor Horn, performed by Elton John, courtesy of Mercury Records Limited
"Smile," written by Charles Chaplin, John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons, performed by Barbra Streisand, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
2003
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles and New York openings: 19 December 2003
Copyright Claimant:
Revolution Studios Distribution Company, LLC
Copyright Date:
13 January 2004
Copyright Number:
PA1199170
Physical Properties:
Sound
Dolby Digital® in selected theatres; SDDS in selected theatres; dts®
Color
Lenses/Prints
Filmed with Panavision® cameras & lenses; Prints by de luxe®
Duration(in mins):
119
MPAA Rating:
PG-13
Country:
United States
Language:
English
PCA No:
38909
Passed by NBR:
No
GENRE
Genre:


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