All the Way

Overview

Australian filmmaker Paul Goldman directs the comedy The Night We Called It a Day, based on the actual events during Frank Sinatra's 1974 tour stop in Sydney. Joel Edgerton plays Rod Blue, a long-haired rock promoter in Australia during the '70s. He hopes to save his floundering career by spending all his money booking Frank Sinatra Dennis Hopper. But when Sinatra arrives with his girlfriend Barbara Marx Melanie Griffith, he insults the locals by calling reporter Hilary Hunter Portia de Rossi "a two-dollar ...
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Overview

Australian filmmaker Paul Goldman directs the comedy The Night We Called It a Day, based on the actual events during Frank Sinatra's 1974 tour stop in Sydney. Joel Edgerton plays Rod Blue, a long-haired rock promoter in Australia during the '70s. He hopes to save his floundering career by spending all his money booking Frank Sinatra Dennis Hopper. But when Sinatra arrives with his girlfriend Barbara Marx Melanie Griffith, he insults the locals by calling reporter Hilary Hunter Portia de Rossi "a two-dollar whore." Union leader and future Australian prime minister Bob Hawke David Field tries to cancel the tour unless he apologizes, and it's up to Rod and his assistant Audrey Rose Byrne to step in and save the tour. Tom Burlinson performs Sinatra's vocal parts. The Night We Called It a Day was shown at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Scene selections; Spanish subtitles; DTS Digital 5.1 Surround; Closed captioned; Previews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/2005
  • UPC: 687797110596
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 61,761

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dennis Hopper Frank Sinatra
Melanie Griffith Barbara Marx
Portia de Rossi Hilary Hunter
Joel Edgerton Rod Blue
Rose Byrne Audrey Rose Appleby
David Hemmings Mickey Rudin
David Field Bob Hawke
Victoria Thaine Penny
Stephen O'Rourke Jilly Rizzo
Nicholas Hope Phil
Tony Barry Ralph Blue
George Vidalis Vinny
Peter Demlakian Ruby
Paul McDermott Band Manager
Richard Williams Billy Thorpe
Tom Burlinson Voice Only
Paul Nicholson The Aztecs
Richard Warne The Aztecs
Brett Creswell The Aztecs
Jon Holliday The Aztecs
Simon Bull Mr. Ed
Vincent Ball Rex Hooper
Stephen Holt Palm Man
Sean Lynch Palm Man
Jennifer Hagan Doris
Simeon John Sammy Davis Jr.
Alex Babic Hal
James Garcia Jim
Lena Cruz Margarita
Marcia Hines Manicurist
Hamish McDonald Art Dealer
Pam Morrissey Aunt Joyce
Peter Callan Mechanic
Keith Robinson Mr. Fiddler
Nathanuel Links ph
Mark McCann Reporter
Andrew Blaxland Reporter
Andrew Blaxland Reporter
Stephen Curry Ferret
Gary Eck Shorty
George Brodbeck Band Conductor
Nicholas Papademetriou Luigi
Tony 'Danger Mouse' Young Union Man
Tony Harvey Jim North
Abe Forsythe Bellboy
Richard Thorpe Barman
Max Fairchild Kerry Packer
Michelle Collins Mrs. Appleby
Andrew Johnston Goran
Jemma Byrne Penny's Baby
Technical Credits
Paul Goldman Director
Bill Allan Executive Producer
Deborah Aquila Casting
Denson Baker Camera Operator
Nikki Barrett Casting
Nicholas Beauman Consultant/advisor
Peter Clifton Producer, Screenwriter
Stephen Evans Editor
Image FX Special Effects
Barbara Gibbs Production Manager
Emma Hayter Executive Producer
Michael Iacono Art Director
Phillip Madison Jones Asst. Director
Phil Jones Asst. Director
Darrin Keough Camera Operator
Michael Philips Production Designer
Nik Powell Producer
Danny Ruhlmann Cinematographer
Emily Seresin Costumes/Costume Designer
Emile Sherman Producer
Jonathan Shteinman Executive Producer
Guntis Sics Sound/Sound Designer
Gary Smith Executive Producer
Michael Thomas Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Simone Wajon Makeup
Rupert Gregson-Williams Score Composer, Musical Arrangement
Anousha Zarkesh Casting
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [8:13]
2. This Is the Call [8:40]
3. I Need 30K [7:42]
4. Welcome to Australia [7:30]
5. The Big Night [8:03]
6. Comraderie [8:21]
7. Floor Talk [8:45]
8. No Apologies [7:19]
9. Nightmares [7:23]
10. Where It Started [10:12]
11. Where's the Kid? [8:15]
12. Ending Credits [5:04]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scenes
   Previews
      Larva
      Deep Evil
      Bound by Lies
   Set-Up
      2.0 Stereo
      5.1 Surround
      DTS Surround
      Spanish Subtitles: On
      Spanish Subtitles: Off
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