Keys to Tulsa

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The black sheep son of a wealthy family sinks deeper into corruption the harder he tries to pull himself out in this drama. Richter Boudreau (Eric Stoltz) is a small-time film critic with a checkered past and some bad debts who decides to return to his old home town of Tulsa in hopes of getting his life back in order, much to the dismay of his mother Cynthia (Mary Tyler Moore), who is sick of lending him money and would prefer to have nothing to do with him. Richter still carries a torch for his one-time ...
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The black sheep son of a wealthy family sinks deeper into corruption the harder he tries to pull himself out in this drama. Richter Boudreau (Eric Stoltz) is a small-time film critic with a checkered past and some bad debts who decides to return to his old home town of Tulsa in hopes of getting his life back in order, much to the dismay of his mother Cynthia (Mary Tyler Moore), who is sick of lending him money and would prefer to have nothing to do with him. Richter still carries a torch for his one-time girlfriend Vicky (Deborah Kara Unger), who these days is married (not especially happily) to Ronnie (James Spader), a low level drug dealer with loftier criminal ambitions. Richter owes Ronnie money from a long time ago and isn't in a position to say no when Ronnie asks him to help with his latest scheme; Cherry (Joanna Going), a stripper, was a witness to the murder of a prostitute, and since the killer, Bedford Shaw (Marco Perella), is the son of the richest and most powerful man in town, Harmon Shaw (James Coburn), Ronnie feels that this information has remarkable blackmail potential. Richter finds himself caught up in Ronnie's plan while fully aware of the danger of tangling with Harmon Shaw. He also finds himself falling into ill-advised romance with Cherry. Keys to Tulsa was the first directorial effort for producer Leslie Greif; Cameron Diaz and Michael Rooker also appear in supporting roles.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 4:3 Full screen version; 2.0 Dolby digital stereo; Scene index; Interactive menus; Digitally mastered; Photo gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/17/2002
  • UPC: 012236133742
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 1:53:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eric Stoltz Richter Boudreau
Cameron Diaz Trudy
James Spader Ronnie Stover
Joanna Going Cherry
Randy Graff Louise Brinkman
Mary Tyler Moore Cynthia Boudreau
Michael Rooker Keith Michaels
James Coburn Harmon Shaw
Deborah Kara Unger Vicky Michaels Stover
Peter Strauss Chip Carlson
Technical Credits
Leslie Greif Director, Producer
Eric L. Beason Editor
Michael Birnbaum Executive Producer
Bob Boykin Songwriter
Fern Champion Casting
Louis F. Cioffi Editor
John M. Colwell Asst. Director
David O. Daniel Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen Endelman Score Composer
Robert Fraisse Cinematographer
Marie France Costumes/Costume Designer
David Gaines Associate Producer
Kenny Golde Associate Producer
Derek R. Hill Production Designer
Peter Isacksen Executive Producer
Guy J. Louthan Co-producer
Michael R. Miller Editor
Mark Paladini Casting
Harley Peyton Producer, Screenwriter
Phil Shirey Set Decoration/Design
Greg Smith Art Director
James W. Wrenn Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits/Old Flame [10:22]
2. Tornado Warning [7:42]
3. Single Action Colt [10:30]
4. Doubles Match [3:56]
5. Natural in the Dark [12:59]
6. Business Appointment [9:17]
7. You Better Go Now [13:03]
8. Black Sheep Boudreau [14:20]
9. Cherry's on the Case [9:18]
10. Motel Stop [7:44]
11. Think Fast, College Boy [6:59]
12. Coda/End Credits [1:03]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Film
   Scene Selections
   Photo Gallery
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