Devil's Own
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The Devil's Own

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Director: Alan J. Pakula, Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Margaret Colin

Cast: Alan J. Pakula, Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Margaret Colin

     
 

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Alan J. Pakula's tale of the IRA in America comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.20:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while English, Spanish, and French soundtracks have been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are

Overview

Alan J. Pakula's tale of the IRA in America comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.20:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while English, Spanish, and French soundtracks have been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials are limited to a theatrical trailer. Although some might be displeased with the lack of extras, the low list price for the disc makes it difficult to complain.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/24/1998
UPC:
0043396824690
Original Release:
1997
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:51:00

Special Features

English two-channel and 5.1 [Dolby Digital]; Additional languages: French, Spanish; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; Scene selections; Widescreen and full-screen formats; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harrison Ford Tom O'Meara
Brad Pitt Frankie McGuire
Margaret Colin Sheila O'Meara
Rubén Blades Edwin Diaz
Treat Williams Billy Burke
George Hearn Peter Fitzsimmons
Mitchell Ryan Chief Jim Kelly
Natascha McElhone Megan Doherty
Paul Ronan Sean Phelan
Simon Jones Harry Sloan
Julia Stiles Bridget O'Meara
Ashley Carin Morgan O'Meara
David Patrick O'Hara Martin MacDuff
David Wilmot Dessie
Anthony Brophy Gerard
Shane Dunne young Frankie
Martin Dunne Frankie's father
Gabrielle Reidy Frankie's mother
Samantha Conroy Frankie's sister
Baxter Harris customs agent
Hassan Johnson teenager
Scott Nicholson rookie cop
Jonathan Earl Peck Jerry
Six to Ramos Hispanic man
Mya Michaels Hispanic woman
Jessica Marie Kavanagh Hispanic girl
Brendan Kelly Teddy
Kevin Nagle thug
Gregory Salata Tony
Joseph Dandry Joey the bartender
Jack McKillop Jack Fitzsimmons
Mac Orange the maid
Malachy McCourt bishop
Marian Tomas Griffin cousin Eileen
Peggy Shay Aunt Birdie
Danielle McGovern Brooke
Ciaran O'Reilly Father Canlon
Rob McElhenney Kevin
Donald J. Meade Irish musicians
Patrick Reynolds Irish musicians
Peter Rufli Irish musicians
Debbon Ayer tour guide
Mario Polit young Dominican
Chance Kelly masked burglar
Greg Stebner uniformed cop
William Paulson detective
Bill Hoag trucker
Victor Slezak Evan Stanley (FBI)
Damien Leake Art Fisher (FBI)

Technical Credits
Alan J. Pakula Director
Joan Baergin Costumes/Costume Designer
Jean A. Black Makeup
Rosie Blackmore Makeup
Les Bloom Set Decoration/Design
Ken Byrne Camera Operator
Gary Capo Screenwriter
David Aaron Cohen Screenwriter
Robert F. Colesberry Producer
Philip C. Cory Special Effects
Nathan Crowley Art Director
Alan B. Curtiss Asst. Director
Craig DiBona Camera Operator
Alixe Gordin Casting
Lawrence Gordon Producer
Robert Guerra Art Director
James Horner Score Composer
Kevin Jarre Original Story,Screenwriter
Ken Jennings Makeup
Robert Kirshoff Special Effects
Steve Kirshoff Special Effects
David Knox Camera Operator
Peter Kohn Asst. Director
Michael Laudati Makeup
Donald Laventhall Executive Producer
Lloyd Levin Executive Producer
Ruan Magan Asst. Director
Andrew McDade Special Effects
Nuala Moiselle Casting
Jane Musky Production Designer
Vincent Patrick Screenwriter
Bernie Pollack Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Riley Special Effects
Scott Andrew Robertson Asst. Director
Tom Rolf Editor
John Rusk Asst. Director
Lucille Masone Smith Associate Producer
Robin Squibb Screenwriter
Karen L. Thorson Associate Producer
Dennis Virkler Costumes/Costume Designer,Editor
Deborah Wallach Action Director
Des Whelan Camera Operator
Carla White Makeup
Harry Wiessenhaan Special Effects Supervisor
Edward Wiessenhaan Special Effects Supervisor
Gordon Willis Cinematographer
Karen Wookey Screenwriter

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:13]
2. Belfast [9:41]
3. Newark Airport [3:04]
4. The O'Mearas [2:28]
5. Family dinner [1:37]
6. Back to work [2:04]
7. In pursuit [3:54]
8. Pot-bellied pigs [1:53]
9. Billy Burke [4:42]
10. Shooting pool [2:15]
11. Working on Voyager [2:34]
12. Megan Doherty [1:24]
13. Bag full of cash [1:46]
14. Morgan's confirmation [3:52]
15. A message [1:00]
16. No deposit, no return [1:20]
17. With Megan [2:37]
18. 1032 In Progress [2:38]
19. Not revenge business [1:24]
20. Never shot anyone [5:27]
21. "I'm gonna retire." [3:15]
22. Intruders [3:53]
23. A word with Burke [2:07]
24. Home alone [1:41]
25. Burke's deal [:56]
26. Finding the money [1:25]
27. "Who are you?" [5:32]
28. Frankie escapes [3:14]
29. Intelligence [2:58]
30. A warehouse [4:14]
31. In Megan's room [1:30]
32. The judge's home [8:17]
33. Tom boards Voyager [2:44]
34. Irish story [5:11]
35. End credits [4:02]
Side #2- Full Screen
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:13]
2. Belfast [9:41]
3. Newark Airport [3:04]
4. The O'Mearas [2:28]
5. Family dinner [1:37]
6. Back to work [2:04]
7. In pursuit [3:54]
8. Pot-bellied pigs [1:53]
9. Billy Burke [4:42]
10. Shooting pool [2:15]
11. Working on Voyager [2:34]
12. Megan Doherty [1:24]
13. Bag full of cash [1:46]
14. Morgan's confirmation [3:52]
15. A message [1:00]
16. No deposit, no return [1:20]
17. With Megan [2:37]
18. 1032 In Progress [2:38]
19. Not revenge business [1:24]
20. Never shot anyone [5:27]
21. "I'm gonna retire." [3:15]
22. Intruders [3:53]
23. A word with Burke [2:07]
24. Home alone [1:41]
25. Burke's deal [:56]
26. Finding money [1:25]
27. "Who are you?" [5:32]
28. Frankie escapes [3:14]
29. Intelligence [2:58]
30. A warehouse [4:14]
31. In Megan's room [1:30]
32. The judge's home [8:17]
33. Tom boards Voyager [2:44]
34. Irish story [5:11]
35. End credits [4:02]

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The Devil's Own 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
I love Brad Pitt so this was a good movie. 
Guest More than 1 year ago
Is that the only freakin thing that Pitt says in the Devil's Own? It seems like everytime he's on screen he says that again. His performance stinks and was meant for a real character actor like Geoffrey Rush. The film is great in every other aspect and it's mainly the great dialogue and Ford's performance as a "strive for the best" cop that keep it at that. I recommend this for anyone who likes a good action/Ford film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Anybody who has Irish blood in their veins in America is still concerned with the crisis in the "troubles" of Northern Ireland and the barbarity of what England has done. This was a pertinent statement near the date of the Good Friday Accord and the changes since then (or the lack of changes.) In a similar vein, Brad Pitt sporting an awkward but genuine Irish brogue fights the British tans and the Ulster militia in a particular bloody battle wherein he has to go to America--the true home of the immigrant, especially of the Irishman. The Donegal Irishman, the most fierce breed among his ethnicity, meets a friend and begins to make weapons with a not-so-swell character and jeopardizes the lives of his uncle's kids in the process. The uncle cop must take the matter into his own hands, as the Irish are known to, and kills his nephew. Beautiful music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just bought this movie on VHS for 99 cents from a video store and it was well worth the money! I hadn't seen it and I took a gamble and it was cool. Brad Pitt is a great actor and he proves that again with this. Harrison Ford is also great on the screen. I'd recommened it to anyone who likes these two actors.