American Pie (1999)

R | 95 mins | Comedy | 1999

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Director:

Paul Weitz

Writer:

Adam Herz

Cinematographer:

Richard Crudo

Production Designer:

Paul Peters

Production Company:

Universal Pictures
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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Los Angeles Times
9 Jul 1999
p. 1.
New York Times
9 Jul 1999
p. 14.
Variety
28 Jun 1999
pp. 69-70.
CAST
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
Vocal Jazz group:
[and]
Garage band:
[and]
Lacrosse referees:
[and]
Lacrosse players:
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PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXT
A Warren Zide/Craig Perry Production
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Unit prod mgr
1st asst dir
2d asst dir
2d 2d asst dir
PRODUCERS
Co-prod
Assoc prod
WRITER
Wrt
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
A cam op
Steadicam op
1st asst A cam
2d asst A cam
Loader
Video assist op
Best boy
Elec
Rigging gaffer
Rigging best boy elec
Rigging elec
Rigging elec
Rigging elec
Generator op
Key grip
Best boy grip
Dolly grip
Key rigging grip
Rigging best boy
Rigging grip
Still photog
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
Art dir
Asst art dir
Art dept coord
Art dept P.A.
FILM EDITORS
1st asst ed
Negative cutter
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
Set des
Prop master
Asst prop master
Leadman
On set dresser
Swing
Buyer
Greensman
Const coord
Const foreman
Labor foreman
Labor foreman
Paint foreman
Plaster foreman
Gang boss
Gang boss
Gang boss
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaster
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Propmaker
Painter
Stand by painter
COSTUMES
Cost des
Cost supv
Ward asst
MUSIC
Mus supv
Mus contractor
Mus scoring mixer
Mus rec by
Mus preparation
Mus scored and mixed at
SOUND
Prod sd mixer
Cableman
Supv sd ed
Sd des
Sd eff ed
Sd eff ed
Dial ed
Dial ed
1st asst sd ed
Apprentice sd ed
Foley by
Foley by
ADR group coord
Re-rec mixer
Re-rec mixer
Rec
ADR mixer
ADR mixer
ADR mixer
ADR rec
ADR rec
Sd services provided by
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff coord
Eff tech
Title des & opticals
MAKEUP
Key makeup artist
Asst makeup artist
Key hair stylist
Asst hair stylist
PRODUCTION MISC
Extras casting
Casting assoc
Scr supv
Loc mgr
Asst loc mgr
Prod accountant
Asst accountant
Payroll accountant
Post prod accountant
Prod coord
Asst prod coord
Asst prod coord
Unit pub
Asst to Paul Weitz and Chris Weitz
Asst to Warren Zide
Asst to Craig Perry
Asst to Chris Moore
Prod asst
Prod asst
Prod intern
Key set prod asst
Set prod asst
Set prod asst
Set prod asst
Set prod asst
Transportation coord
Transportation capt
Driver
Driver
Driver
Craft service
Craft service
Craft service
First aid
First aid
Dialect coach
Lacrosse coord
Welfare worker
Welfare worker
Post prod supv
Post prod asst
STAND INS
Stunt coord
Stunt
Stifler's lacrosse double
COLOR PERSONNEL
Col timer
SOURCES
SONGS
"Anomaly (Calling Your Name)," written by Brian Transeau, performed by Libra presents Taylor, courtesy of Musicnow Records
"At Last," written by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Etta James, courtesy of MCA Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Celebrity Skin," written by Courtney Love, Eric Erlandson, Billy Corgan, performed by Hole, courtesy of DGC Records, under license from Universal Special Markets
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SONGS
"Anomaly (Calling Your Name)," written by Brian Transeau, performed by Libra presents Taylor, courtesy of Musicnow Records
"At Last," written by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Etta James, courtesy of MCA Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Celebrity Skin," written by Courtney Love, Eric Erlandson, Billy Corgan, performed by Hole, courtesy of DGC Records, under license from Universal Special Markets
"Don't You Forget About Me," written by Steve Schiff, Keith Forsey
"Do You Believe in Magic," written by John Sebastian
"Everything to Everyone," written by Art Alexakis, Craig Montoya, Greg Eklund, performed by Everclear, courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Music Special Markets
"Flagpole Sitta," written by Evan Sult, Sean Nelson, Aaron Huffman, Jeff Lin, performed by Harvey Danger, courtesy of Slash/London Records USA
"Find Your Way Back Home," written by J.R. Richards, Rodney Browning, Jim Wood, Scot Alexander and George Pendergast, performed by Dishwalla, courtesy of A&M Records
"Good Morning Baby," written by Dan Wilson and Bic Runga, performed by Dan Wilson of Semisonic and Bic Runga, Dan Wilson appears courtesy of MCA Records, Bic Runga appears courtesy of Columbia Records
"Going to Hell," written by The Brian Jonestown Massacre, performed by The Brian Jonestown Massacre, courtesy of TVT Records
"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)," written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.
"Glory," written by Mark McGrath, Charles Frazier, Rodney Sheappard, Matthew Murphy Karges, Craig Bullock and Joseph "McG" Nichol, performed by Sugar Ray, produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"I Walk Alone," written by Thomas Flowers, Doug Eldridge, Ric Ivanesivich, Fred Nelson Jr., performed by Oleander, courtesy of Republic Records/Universal Records, under license from Universal Special Markets
"I Never Thought You Would Come," written by Loni Rose, performed by Loni Rose, courtesy of Wayne Ledbetter for Eric Godtland Management, Inc.
"Man with the Hex," written by John Bunkley, performed by The Atomic Fireballs, courtesy of Lava/Atlantic Recording Corp., by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Love Muscle," written by Carvin Knowles, performed by The Sex-O-Rama Band, courtesy of Oglio Records, a division of The Oglio Entertainment Group, Inc.
"Mrs. Robinson," written by Paul Simon, performed by Simon and Garfunkel, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Midnight at the Oasis," written by David Nichtern
"New Girl," written by Stephan Jenkins and Kevin Cadogan, performed by Third Eye Blind, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
"Mutt," written by Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker, performed by Blink 182, courtesy of Cargo Music/MCA Records J.V., under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Semi-Charmed Life," written by Stephan Jenkins, performed by Third Eye Blind, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"One Week," written by Ed Robertson, performed by Barenaked Ladies, courtesy of Reprise Records, by arrangement with Warner Special Products
"Stranger By the Day," written by Ed Brown, Kevin Lynch and Mark Vecchiarelli, performed by Shades Apart, courtesy of Universal Records, under license from Universal Special Markets
"The Sign," written by Buddha, Joker, Jenny, Linn
"Super Down," written by Jason Bieler, performed by Super TransAtlantic, courtesy of Universal Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Summertime," written by Scott Sax, performed by Bachelor Number One
"Sway," written by Bic Runga, performed by Bic Runga, courtesy of Columbia Records, by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
"Turn It Around," written by Marc Dauer, Jay Schwartz, performed by Five Easy Pieces, courtesy of MCA Records, under license from Universal Special Markets
"Vintage Queen," written by John Feldmann, performed by Goldfinger, courtesy of Mojo Records, under license from Universal Music Special Markets
"Walk Don't Run," written by John Smith, performed by The Ventures, courtesy of EMI Records, under license from EMI Music Special Markets
"Wishen," written by Ben Brewer, performed by The Loose Nuts, courtesy of Gotham Records
"You Wanted More," written by Emerson Hart, Jeff Russo and Dan Lavery, performed by Tonic, courtesy of Universal Records.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1999
Premiere Information:
Los Angeles opening: 9 July 1999
New York opening: week of 9 July 1999
Copyright Claimant:
Universal City Studios, Inc.
Copyright Date:
28 July 1999
Copyright Number:
PA948125
Physical Properties:
Sound
dts; SDDS; Dolby Digital in selected theatres
Color
DeLuxe®
Lenses/Prints
Filmed with Panavision cameras & lenses
Duration(in mins):
95
MPAA Rating:
R
Country:
United States
Language:
English
PCA No:
36525
Passed by NBR:
No
GENRE
Genre:
Sub-genre:
Teenage


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