Midnight Crossing

Overview

Helen Barton (Faye Dunaway) and her insurance salesman husband Morely (Daniel J. Travanti) set sail with Lexa (Kim Cattrall) and her husband Jeff (John Laughlin) in this modern-day pirate adventure. Jeff's late father and Morely are searching for the treasure the two buried on a remote island 35 miles from Cuba in 1959. Lexa and Morely are engaged in a secret love affair, while Helen suffers from glaucoma-related blindness. Ned Beatty plays the old salt Ellis. There are more crosses and double-crosses than ...
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Overview

Helen Barton (Faye Dunaway) and her insurance salesman husband Morely (Daniel J. Travanti) set sail with Lexa (Kim Cattrall) and her husband Jeff (John Laughlin) in this modern-day pirate adventure. Jeff's late father and Morely are searching for the treasure the two buried on a remote island 35 miles from Cuba in 1959. Lexa and Morely are engaged in a secret love affair, while Helen suffers from glaucoma-related blindness. Ned Beatty plays the old salt Ellis. There are more crosses and double-crosses than depicted on the Jolly Roger, complete with excessive sex and violence, with an interesting premise ruined by stilted dialogue and uneven continuity.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 4:3 full screen version; 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround; Scene index; Interactive menus; Digitally mastered; English closed captioning
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/18/2003
  • UPC: 012236138242
  • Original Release: 1987
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 53,581

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Faye Dunaway Helen Barton
Daniel J. Travanti Morely Barton
Kim Cattrall Alexa Schubb
John Laughlin Jeffrey Schubb
Ned Beatty Ellis
Lori Bivins Person on Dock
Pedro de Pool Captain Mendoza
Tonda Weeder Person on Dock
Doug Weiser Miller
Vincent Fall Officer on Launch
Michael Thompson Shore Patrol Officer
Chick Bernhardt Young Morley
Janet Constable Coast Guard Woman
Mara Goodman Coast Guard Woman
Armando Gonzales Paramedic
Pat Selts Paramedic
Rhonda Johnson Waitress in Bar
Lynn Syvante Person on Dock
Dana Mark Person on Dock
Kami Grigsby Person on Dock
Debra Schuster Waitress
Technical Credits
Roger Holzberg Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Gary Barber Executive Producer, Producer
Paul Buckmaster Score Composer, Songwriter
Gregory Cascante Executive Producer
Barry Coffing Songwriter
Oscar Luis Costo Associate Producer
Carter Lee Cullen Art Director
Ken Diaz Makeup
Jose Duarte Production Designer
Carol Dudley Casting
Robert Ginsburg Songwriter
Al Gorgoni Score Composer
Ashley Hall Songwriter
Mathew Hayde Producer
Dan Ireland Executive Producer
J.B. Jones Special Effects
Phil Krawzak Songwriter
Artie Malesci Stunts
Bob Mann Songwriter
Peter Brown Songwriter
Mark Rogers Songwriter
Beverly Safier Costumes/Costume Designer
Rodney Saulsberg Songwriter
Phil Settle Songwriter
Larry Sotoodeth Songwriter
Steve Tyrell Score Composer, Songwriter
Stephanie Tyrell Songwriter
Henry Vargas Cinematographer
Earl Watson Editor
Doug Weiser Co-producer, Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Stashing the Cash [5:17]
2. Main Title/Motivated Yet? [6:13]
3. The Best Place for Romance [7:45]
4. The Grand Tour [5:03]
5. Setting Sail [2:35]
6. Late-Night Shenanigans [3:54]
7. Remember "Jaws"? [3:08]
8. The Green Flash [4:44]
9. "You Never Try for Us" [2:52]
10. "Cover Your Stern" [2:18]
11. Going for the Gold [4:03]
12. Suicidal Predisposition [1:55]
13. The Things Helen Knows [4:38]
14. Grand Promises [4:03]
15. "We're Not Murderers" [5:00]
16. Reaper on Board" [6:07]
17. The Last Loose Ends [3:24]
18. Too Many Almosts [4:21]
19. And Then There Was... One [6:24]
20. Sole Survivor? [7:00]
21. Goodbye, Dad [1:58]
22. End Credits [3:35]
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