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Gangster Squad is a 2013 American action thriller film directed by Ruben Fleischer, written by Will Beall, based on the non-fiction book by Paul Lieberman, and starring Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Nick Nolte, Emma Stone, Anthony Mackie, Giovanni Ribisi, Robert Patrick, Michael Peña and Sean Penn. Set in 1949, it is a fictionalized account of the group of real-life LAPD officers and detectives, called the Gangster Squad, who brought down crime kingpin Mickey Cohen and his gang.
After the script spent several years on the Black List, production began in September 2011 around Los Angeles, lasting through December. The film was originally set to be theatrically released September 7, 2012, but in the wake of the 2012 Aurora, Colorado, shooting, Warner Bros. pushed it back to a January 11, 2013, release to accommodate re-shoots, which took place in August 2012.
It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the cast and production values but criticized the thinly-written characters. It grossed $105 million worldwide.
In 1949 Los Angeles, crime boss Mickey Cohen has become the most powerful figure in the California criminal underworld and intends to expand his criminal enterprise to encompass the entire West Coast. The LAPD has not been able to stop his ruthless rise, as he has eliminated witnesses, hired dirty cops to protect his activities, and avoided prosecution through corruption in the justice system.
Determined to put a stop to Cohen, LAPD Chief Bill Parker creates a secret police unit tasked with dismantling Cohen s enterprise. The unit, composed of officers who do not carry badges and are authorized to act outside of the law, are led by the skilled World War II OSS veteran Sergeant John O Mara. With the help of his wife, Connie, he recruits Detective Jerry Wooters and four incorruptible misfit officers: knife-wielding Lieutenant Coleman Harris, wire tapping expert and family man Conwell Keeler, outlaw sharpshooter Max Kennard, and Kennard s rookie protégé Navidad Ramirez.
Despite initial setbacks, such as a casino raid thwarted by corrupt Burbank police officers, the Squad strikes several successful blows at the heart of Cohen s operations, including shutting down his lucrative wire gambling business. They break into Cohen s mansion and Keeler plants a bug in the back of a television. As a result, Cohen believes someone has betrayed him and lashes out at those around him, including his etiquette tutor Grace Faraday. Wooters and Faraday have entered into a secret romantic relationship, and he tries to help her escape from Cohen, enlisting the help of mutual friend and gangster Jack Whalen.
Realizing the attackers have never stolen his money, Cohen deduces they are cops and realizes that they have bugged his house. He uses it to lure the Squad into an unsuccessful ambush in Chinatown while Keeler is executed by a hitman. When Faraday witnesses Cohen murder Whalen, she agrees to testify against her former employer. O Mara forces the crooked Judge Carter to sign an arrest warrant before leading the Squad to the Park Plaza Hotel to arrest Cohen.
Cohen and his men engage in a lengthy shootout with the Squad, during which Wooters and Kennard are wounded. Cohen and his bodyguard Karl Lennox escape, but O Mara rams their vehicle into a fountain. Navidad helps a dying Kennard shoot Lennox, saving O Mara. Cohen and O Mara fight each other in a brutal bareknuckle brawl while onlookers and journalists gather. O Mara finally beats Cohen and has him arrested, ending his reign over Los Angeles.
The film explains that the Gangster Squad has never been mentioned for its role in keeping the Mafia from gaining a foothold in L.A., and that its surviving members remain secret. Cohen is sentenced to life imprisonment at Alcatraz, and is greeted with a lead-pipe beating by inmates who were friends of Whalen. Wooters and Faraday continue their relationship, and O Mara quits his job with the LAPD to live a quiet life with his wife and newborn son.
- Josh Brolin as Sergeant John O Mara, a World War II veteran-turned-cop with a reputation as an honest, hardworking, no-nonsense man. He is a decorated war hero with the Silver Star and two Purple Hearts. He is believed to have been a part of the OSS trained at Camp X, but his Army record is partially classified.
- Ryan Gosling as Sergeant Jerry Wooters, an easygoing playboy and cop who initially struggles with the responsibility of fighting Cohen s organization but changes his mind when he sees how ruthless Cohen can be. He, too, is a World War II veteran, having served in the Pacific.
- Sean Penn as Mickey Cohen, the most powerful mobster in Los Angeles, with a reputation for sadism and ruthlessness, whose ultimate goal is to expand his criminal empire to major cities back East.
- Nick Nolte as Chief Bill Parker, who forms the Squad to take down Cohen
- Emma Stone as Grace Faraday, Cohen s social etiquette teacher and quasi-lover. She falls in love with Wooters and eventually betrays Cohen to the police.
- Anthony Mackie as Lieutenant Coleman Harris, a black officer recruited into the Squad with his expertise in knife and gun fighting.
- Giovanni Ribisi as Officer Conwell Keeler, an electronics expert who joins the Squad to help them plant wiretaps
- Michael Peña as Officer Navidad Ramirez, Kennard s protégé
- Robert Patrick as Officer Max Kennard, a member of the Squad renowned for his sharpshooting skills
- Mireille Enos as Connie O Mara, John s loyal wife
- Troy Garity as Wrevock, Cohen s top enforcer
- Holt McCallany as Karl Lennox, Cohen s bodyguard
- Sullivan Stapleton as Jack Whalen, a gangster who is friends with Wooters and volunteers to protect Grace from Cohen
- James Carpinello as Johnny Stompanato, Cohen s right-hand man
- James Hébert as Mitch Racine
- Evan Jones as Neddy Herbert
- Josh Pence as Officer Daryl Gates, a rookie member and future chief of the LAPD
- John Aylward as Judge Carter, a judge on Cohen s payroll who, under pressure from O Mara, signs Cohen s arrest warrant
- Jack Conley as Eugene W. Biscailuz, the sheriff of Los Angeles County, tasked with protecting Cohen s gambling operation
- Jack McGee as Lt. Quincannon
- Jon Polito as Jack Dragna, a rival mob boss to Cohen
- Wade Williams as Rourke
- Ambyr Childers as Milk-Skinned Blonde
- Mick Betancourt as Detective Sgt. Will Hendricks
- Mac Brandt as Bruiser
- Brandon Molale as Jimmy Bockscar Knox
- Michael Papajohn as Mike The Flea
- Jeff Wolfe as Giovanni Vacarezza
- Anthony Molinari as Lorenzo Molinari
- Austin Highsmith as Patty
- Neil Koppel as Max Solomon
- Austin Abrams as Pete
- Lucy Davenport as an entertainer at Cohen s nightclub Slapsy Maxie s
- Dennis Cockrum as Elmer Jackson, the Burbank Police Chief on Cohen s payroll
- Haley Strode as Keeler s wife Maria
- Maxwell Perry Cotton as Keeler s son Charlie
- Frank Grillo as Russo, a criminal executed on Cohen s orders
- Lucy Walsh as Manicurist
Principal photography began on September 6, 2011, in Los Angeles. Sets were located all over L.A. County, from north of the San Fernando Valley to south of the county border. Sets were also recreated in Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City. Filming wrapped on December 15, 2011.
Association with the 2012 Aurora, Colorado shooting
The first trailer for Gangster Squad was released on May 9, 2012. In the wake of the theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, on July 20, it was pulled from running before films and airing on television, and removed from Apple s trailer site and YouTube due to a scene where characters fire submachine guns at movie-goers through the screen of Grauman s Chinese Theatre.
It was later reported that the theater scene from the film would be either removed or placed in a different setting, since it is a crucial part of the film, and the film would undergo additional re-shoots of several scenes to accommodate these changes, which resulted in the film s release being moved to a later date. About a week after the Aurora shootings, a Warner officially confirmed that the film would be released on January 11, 2013. Two weeks later, on August 22, the cast reunited in Los Angeles to completely re-shoot the film s main action sequence. The new sequence was set in a version of Chinatown, where the gangsters strike back at the Squad. Josh Brolin said he was not sad the original scene was cut and admitted that the new version was just as violent.
Release and reception
Gangster Squad grossed $46 million in the United States and Canada, and $59.2 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $105.2 million, against a production budget of $60 million.
The film grossed $17.1 million in its opening weekend, finishing third at the box office behind Zero Dark Thirty and A Haunted House. It then made $8.6 million in its second weekend (including $10.1 million over the four-day MLK weekend) and $4.3 million in its third weekend.
Gangster Squad was released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 23, 2013. The Blu-ray includes director s commentary from Ruben Fleischer and several segments about the real life men and stories of the Gangster Squad and Mickey Cohen. As of June 2013, it had made $9.6 million from DVD sales and $6.7 million from Blu-ray, for a total of $16.3 million in sales.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 31% based on 207 reviews, with an average rating of 5/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Though it s stylish and features a talented cast, Gangster Squad suffers from lackluster writing, underdeveloped characters, and an excessive amount of violence. On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 40 out of 100, based on 38 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave it an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.
Reviewers at Spill.com gave it a Rental, praising its stylish design but criticizing the dialogue, Emma Stone s underdeveloped damsel-in-distress character, and Sean Penn s laughable makeup. IGN editor Chris Tilly wrote, Gangster Squad looks great but frustrates because with the talent involved, it had the potential to be so much more , and rated it 6.3/10. Richard Roeper gave it a B+, saying Gangster Squad is a highly stylized, pulp-fiction period piece based on true events and noted its strong performances.
Filling in for Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times, Jeff Shannon gave the film 2 stars out of 4, saying that Fleischer, better known for his comedic work, was out of his element, and barely suppressing his urge to spoof the genre . He further criticized the stock characters and the film s generally uneven tone, but praised action highlights such as the car chase, and flashes of brilliance in Sean Penn s performance.
Although the film is inspired by the real-life LAPD Gangster Squad, much of it is fabricated.
- The film portrays Cohen organizing the murder of his predecessor Jack Dragna. In reality, Cohen largely sidelined Dragna as head of the Los Angeles crime family but otherwise left him alone; Dragna died of a heart attack in 1956.
- The film shows Cohen s primary business as gambling, with prostitution and drug dealing as sidelines. In reality, Cohen s main racket was bookmaking; he detested drugs.
- William Parker was only 45 in 1949, not in his 70s like Nick Nolte (Parker died at age 61 in 1966). He also did not create the Gangster Squad; it was created by Chief Clemence B. Horrall in 1946, and was largely an effort to improve the city s image, regardless of whether it actually pursued criminals.
- The film concludes with Cohen being arrested in 1949 for murder and sent to Alcatraz. In reality, he was imprisoned in 1951 and again in 1961 for tax evasion. He was, however, attacked with a lead pipe while in prison, as the film states.
- While Anthony Mackie and Michael Peña are members of the film s Squad, the real Squad was entirely white.
- While it is possible Cohen murdered Jack Whalen in real life, it was not at Whalen s home as depicted in the film. Whalen was shot in 1959 while at dinner with Cohen and three of his associates, and Cohen was not officially accused of it.
- Cohen s bodyguard Johnny Stompanato was not shot as depicted in the film, but lived until 1958, when he was stabbed by Cheryl Crane, the daughter of his girlfriend Lana Turner.
- The character of Max Kennard was based on real life lawman Doug Jumbo Kennard, who was killed in a 1952 drunk car crash after he had retired, not shot in the line of duty as in the film.
- In the film, Conwell Keeler is the first member of the Squad to be killed. In real life, he outlived all of the Squad s other members, dying of a stroke in 2012.
|Plot||It’s 1949 Los Angeles, the city is run by gangsters and a malicious mobster, Mickey Cohen. Determined to end the corruption, John O’Mara assembles a team of cops, ready to take down the ruthless leader and restore peace to the city.|
|Awards||Awards, 5 nominations|
|Writers||Will Beall, Paul Lieberman|
|Stars||Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone|
|Produced by||Bruce Berman,Ruben Fleischer,Rory Koslow,Paul Lieberman,Dan Lin,Kevin McCormick,Jon Silk,Michael Tadross,Eddie Thomas,Mark Thomas|
|Music by||Steve Jablonsky|
|Cinematography by||Dion Beebe|
|Film Editing by||Alan Baumgarten,James Herbert|
|Casting By||John Papsidera|
|Production Design by||Maher Ahmad|
|Art Direction by||Austin Gorg,Timothy David O Brien|
|Set Decoration by||Gene Serdena|
|Costume Design by||Mary Zophres|
|Makeup Department||Diana Acrey,Fríða Aradóttir,Enid Arias,Pierce Austin,Sheryl Blum,Iraina Crenshaw,Roxy D Alonzo,JoAnn Gerard,Roxane Griffin,Camille Henderson,Edouard F. Henriques,Laurel Kelly,Rolf John Keppler,Yuko T. Koach,Norma Lee,Elizabeth Mbousia,Lisa Meyers,Lydia Milars,Bart Mixon,Michele Payne,Sacha Quarles,Gerald Quist,Barry Rosenberg,Kim Santantonio,Kimberley Spiteri,Christien Tinsley,Lynn Tully,Brian Waltsak,Soo-Jin Yoon,Myriam Arougheti,Cary Ayers,Kimberly Carlson,Cheryl Eckert,Kelly Golden,Robin Myriah Hatcher,Loretta James-Demasi,Brian Kinney,Maynard Matthews,Rhonda O Neal,Lygia Orta,Yoichi Art Sakamoto,Christien Tinsley,Jill Warner,Nacoma Whobrey,Hiro Yada|
|Production Management||Christy Dimmig,Ted Gidlow,Richard Mirisch,Kory O Donnell,Ray Quinlan,Michael Tadross Jr.,Jake Guswa,Ravi D. Mehta|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Julian Brain,Alexander H. Gayner,Jason Halley,Ivan Kraljevic,Vincent Lascoumes,Christophe Le Chanu,Terry Leonard,Neil Lewis,Douglas Plasse,Kristen Ploucha,Paul Silver,Dennis Burrell,David K. Riebel,Kathryn Francis Tucker,Julian Wall|
|Art Department||Stephanie L. Allen,Jory Alvarado,Bryan Belair,Brian Berkel,Joshua Borgese,Gary Brennan,Brett Chapman,Chad R. Davis,Rossana De Cicco,Marc Martin Del Campo,Guillaume DeLouche,Bruce Di Valerio,Meg Everist,Shawn Fasulkey,Anthony Feola,Eloy Fernandez,Joseph S. Ferullo,James A. Fleming,China Fox,Douglas Fox,Michael Garcia,Philip Ginolfi,Rod Gregory,James Hardy,David Hernandez,David Holowach,Mark Hunstable,Lee J. Jashinsky,Carol Kiefer,Geoffrey Mandel,Lori Marks,Ubaldo Marquez,Ron Butch Montgomery,Roderick Nunnally,Jesse Oliver,Fred M. Ortiz,Bobby Pollard,Neil David Pontecorvo,Aaron Rodriguez,Lee Ross,Adam Rubenstein,Grant Samson,Ralph Sarabia,Steve Sickle,Gerry Stalker,Michael P. Sweeney,Thomas T. Taylor,Gary Damian Thomas,William Thoms,Michael Timman,Joshua Towers,Jeremy Turley,Scott B. Valdes,Taylor Vaughan,Michael Vines,Rod Walton,John Welch,Isidoro Avila,Amanda Bromberg,Katie Childs,Jen Rose Clark,Francesco Corvino,Timothy Feimster,Bradd Fillmann,Michael Hersey,Tammy S. Lee,Florencia Martin,Karl J. Martin,Joe Mason,Jason McDonough,David J. Negron Jr.,Curtis Rogers,Zoey Wang,Kevan Weber|
|Sound Department||David A. Arnold,Brendan Beebe,Thomas Brandau,David V. Butler,Curt Cash,Matt Dawson,Teri E. Dorman,John P. Fasal,Joshua Fielstra,Cameron Frankley,Dana LeBlanc Frankley,Jessica Gallavan,Lee Gilmore,Jessica Goodwin,David Hadder,Scott Harber,Kimberly Harris,Hilda Hodges,Jason W. Jennings,David Jobe,Adam Kopald,Jon Michaels,Marilyn Morris,Thomas J. O Connell,Jordan O Neill,Shelley Roden,Brian Seagrave,Tula Snoeck,Unsun Song,Jason Stevens,Bruce Tanis,Jon Taylor,John Joseph Thomas,Dean A. Zupancic,Richard Hocks,Julian Howarth,Chris Navarro,Chloe Patenaude,Billy Theriot,Ryan Young|
|Special Effects by||Nathaniel Acord,Dan Cangemi,Terry Chapman,Jeremiah Cooke,Greg Curtis,Lenny Dalrymple,Burt Dalton,Albert Delgado,John Fleming,Richard L. Hill,Chris Jones,James Lorimer,Eric Rylander,Bruno Van Zeebroeck,H. Barclay Aaris,Arran C. Dahlberg,Kayla Jo Holland,Joseph Livolsi,Daniel P. Murphy,Marc Tantin,Blumes Tracy,George Zamora|
|Visual Effects by||Erika Abrams,Jordan Alphonso,Rob Blue,Caitlin Content,Samuel Cornwell,Joshua Cortopassi,Robert Cribbett,Yoshi DeHerrera,Brian DeMetz,Victor DiMichina,Brady Doyle,Jon Doyle,Derick Dressel,Gizem Ersavas,Adam Folse,Erick Geisler,Brandon Gonzales,Christina Graff,Paul Graff,Patrick Hernandez,Deborah Hiner,Paul Hopkins,Jason Howey,Les Hunter,Evan Clarke James,Fabian Jimenez,Bruce Jones,Chris John Jones,Justin Jones,Kamen Jordanov,Jacob Kebodeaux,Michael Kennedy,Katrina Kim,Micael Klok,Shira Mandel Kluger,Richard Kratt,Joshua LaCross,Derek Ledbetter,Seung Yong Lee,Dan Levitan,Howard Lin,Noll Linsangan,Scott Lissard,Blake Loyd,Eric Mancha,Judy McClain,Luke McDonald,Ray McIntyre Jr.,Victor F. Medel,Daniel Mellitz,Joel Merritt,Steven Messing,Brad Moylan,Shin Nam,Sujeen Nepali,Candida Nunez,Harold Parker,Michael Ramirez,Tom Reagan,Karl Rogovin,Brian Sales,Ray Scalice,Gregory S. Scribner,Manoj Shrestha,Santosh Shrestha,Budi Sotyawan,Christina Spring,Gangster Squad,Carl Stern,Tammy Sutton,Ranko Tadic,Thunderstruck,Patrick Trahan,Tommy Tran,Linda Tremblay,Alexei Tylevich,Kraig Tytus,Ariel Velasco-Shaw,Javier Velazquez Dorantes,John L. Weckworth,J. Thomas Wilson,Magdalena Wolf,Kaitlyn Yang,Jason Yanofsky,Derek Zavada,Ryan Andersen,Ethan Ayer,Charles Baden,Jeffrey Edward Baksinski,Beautiful Creatures,Artyom Belikovetski,Christopher Blazick,Raoul Bolognini,Joey Bonander,Neal Bradshaw,Kristen Branan,Daniel Briney,Zack Broussard,Timothy Michael Cairns,Ben Conrad,Erin M. Cullen,Samuel M. Dabbs,Rif Dagher,Scott Dougherty,Jacob Eaton,Harry Eisenstein,Robert Gardiner,Bryan Godwin,Guenever Goik,Ian A. Harris,David Hochstadter,Lubo Hristov,Neviana Hristov,Venti Hristova,Travis Wade Ivy,Hetal Jain,Kelly Rae Kenan Green,Harimander Singh Khalsa,Cyryl Koshyk,Loic Laurelut,David Lingenfelser,Octavio Mancilla,Ilya Marcus,Patrick Paul Mullane,Jack Mullins,Leon Nowlin,Peter Pace,Rocco Passionino,Melissa Quintas,John Riddle,Carlos Rosario,Mk Sajith,Sankarasubramanian,Chris B. Schnitzer,Hitesh Shah,Mark Shoaf,Dane Allan Smith,Shane Strickman,Donald Strubler Jr.,Brad Sutton,David Van Dyke,Vincent Wauters,Ryan Wieber,Sam Winkler,Christian Zeiler|
|Stunts||Bobby Aldridge,Rick Avery,Frank L. Bare II,Craig Baxley Jr.,Chino Binamo,Craig Branham,Dan Brown,Kurt Bryant,Richard Bucher,Richard Burden,Stacey Carino,Chris Carnel,Richard Cetrone,Mark Chadwick,Jacob Chambers,Alex Chansky,Jeff Chumas,Chase Coleman,Doug Coleman,Eliza Coleman,Whitney Coleman,Steve DeCastro,Dustin Dennard,Rockey Dickey Jr.,Arturo Dickey,Brian Duffy,Shauna Duggins,Doc Duhame,Kiante Elam,Kofi Elam,Peter Epstein,Colin Follenweider,Marilyn Giampazzi,Tanner Gill,Sandra Lee Gimpel,Mark Ginther,Deborah Habberstad,Sam Hargrave,Thayr Harris,Adam Hart,Ellen Ho,Chris Howell,David Hugghins,Collin Hymes,Gary Hymes,Kevin L. Jackson,Terry Jackson,Shawn Kautz,Jess King,Efka Kvaraciejus,Malosi Leonard,Matt Leonard,Terry Leonard,Brian Machleit,Nancy McCrumb,Michael Mello,Cazimir Milostan,Mark Norby,Marque Ohmes,J.J. Perry,Denney Pierce,Ryan Quinlan,Allen Robinson,Brady Romberg,Erik Rondell,Kerry Rossall,Elena Savko,Todd Schneider,Stephen W. Schriver,Paul E. Short,Brett Smrz,Erik Stabenau,Daniel Stevens,Lauree Sugar,Bryan Thompson,Davey Thompson,Pete Turner,Jose Vasquez,Mark Aaron Wagner,Jordan Warrack,Webster P. Whinery Jr.,Jim Wilkey,Scott Workman,Chuck Zito,Joey Anaya,Helena Barrett,Chick Bernhard,Jon Braver,Damien Bray,Charlie Brewer,Kevin Cassidy,Brian Christensen,Alex Daniels,Max Daniels,Chad Dashnaw,Eddie Davenport,Darrell Davis,Chris Denison,Juan Antonio Devoto,Thomas Dewier,John Dixon,Jeremy Dunn,Wade Eastwood,Colin Follenweider,Mickey Giacomazzi,Derek Graf,Riley Harper,Adam Hart,Tyler Hymes,Dennis Keiffer,Rob King,Paul Lacovara,Paul M. Lane,Tony Lazzara,Sabrina LeBrun,Will Leong,Bethany Levy,Ray Lykins,Tom McComas,Nancy McCrumb,Anthony Molinari,Mark Norby,Eric Norris,Marque Ohmes,Michael Owen,Manny Perry,Denney Pierce,Dana Reed,Buster Reeves,Simon Rhee,Justin Riemer,Gregg Sargeant,Myke Schwartz,Ray Siegle,Daniel Stevens,Bryan Thompson,Davey Thompson,Aaron Toney,Mark Vanselow,David Wald,Chrissy Weathersby Ball,Winston West,Harry Wowchuk,Boni Yanagisawa,Charbel Youssef|
|Camera and Electrical Department||George Ballenger,Dwayne Barr,Kevin Barrera,John Buckley,Robin Bursey,Mark Carlile,Alfred Castillo,Elisha Christian,Richmond G. Cogswell,Jesse Cooper,Edward J. Cox,Steven Cueva,J. Patrick Daily,Darrin DeLoach,Caleb Deschanel,Tyler Emmett,Christopher Flurry,Shawn Fossen,Gregson Gabrio,Craig Grossmueller,Kent Harvey,James Hatridge,Matt Hawkins,Paul Hughen,Jeb Johenning,Michael Paul Jones,Lee Jordan,Scott Kidner,Wayne Kosky,T. Sano Kwong,Dwight Joseph Lavers,Chris Lombardi,Ken Longballa,Mike Macauley,Richard Masino,Sion Michel,E.J. Misisco,Nina Moskol,Sergius Nafa,Estevan Oriol,Jeff Parkhurst,Scott Peck,Les Percy,Michelle Pizanis,David Presley,Brad Rea,Donald Reynolds Jr.,Dan Riffel,Chad Rivetti,Peter Rosenfeld,Jesse Roth,Paul Santoni,Michael J. Schwartz,Frank R. Sims,Liam Sinnott,John Skotchdopole,Wayne Tidwell,Michael J. Walker,Sam Wayman,Clinton Weathers,Wilson Webb,Jerry Wilson Jr.,R. Michael Yope,Vince Young,Jamie Alac,Erik Arendt,Michael S. Beckman,John Betancourt,Hans Bjerno,Bryan Booth,Jeremy Brussell,Chris Burr,Stephen S. Campanelli,Amanda Marie Campbell,Eric C. Castro,Brian Christie,Ian Congdon,Mike Connors,Kelly A. Cook,James F. Cornick,John Davies,Andy DePung,Chad Eshbaugh,Michael Fitzgerald,Matt Fortlage,Steven G. Fracol,Jeremy Griffiths,Mikey Jechort,Chase Livengood,George Lozano Jr.,Chris Mack,Frankie Martinez,David McGrory,Luis Moreno,Francine Natale,Michael Nelson,Jeremy Noggles,Clayton Null,Ashley Pavicic,Chris Pavlu,Marc Polanski,Andrey Prikazchikov,Aaron Richards,Charles Smith,Sean Smith|
|Animation Department||Brad Sutton|
|Casting Department||Jennifer Cram,Tracy Dixon,Dylan Jury,Barbara Harris,Joseph Hicks,David Kramer,Aaron Moskal|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Terry Anderson,Nancy Au,Mark Avery,Brian Bachman,Diana Demoff,Bradley Inaba,Jason M. Moore,David Paulin,Lauren Pratto,Debbie Travis,Leigh Bell,Paul Corricelli,Emily Egge,Marilyn Madsen,Bob Moore Jr.,Shelli Nishino,Kanani Wolf,Sarah Yellin|
|Editorial Department||Jesús Borrego,Rob Doolittle,Steve Greenberg,Michael Hatzer,Christine Kim,Joshua Raymond Lee,Bruce Lomet,Alan Z. McCurdy,Bob Schneider,Ara Thomassian,Salvatore Valone,Lee Wimer,Philip Hedgecock,Chris Jensen,Afnahn Khan,JoAnne Ji Kim,Clare McKee,Mark Sachen,Matthew Simpson,John Paul Ungaretti,Tim Weyers,Darin Wooldridge|
|Location Management||Ronald Antwine,Isaac Ardolino,Serena Baker,Kandice Billingsley,Michael Brewer,Kris Bunting,Elida Cerda,Robin Citrin,Michael Glaser,Michael Haro,Janet Harold,Marie Healy,Alison Heathwood McCormack,Patrick Mignano,Robert Paulsen,Matthew Prisk,Pavel Sterba,Neale Fishback,Rich Heichel,Jody Hummer,Kyle Oliver|
|Music Department||Bob Badami,Steven Baker,Jeffrey Biggers,Sally Boldt,Eric Bradley,Lori Castro,Erick DeVore,Bruce Fowler,Walt Fowler,Rick Giovinazzo,Nick Glennie-Smith,Kevin Globerman,Scott Johnson,Pierre Karlsson,Brian Kilgore,Sharmila Guha Lash,Yarone Levy,Michael Lichtenauer,Matthew Margeson,Jon Mattox,Yvonne S. Moriarty,Jasper Randall,Peter Rotter,Carl Rydlund,Katrina Schiller,Jacob Shea,Adam Milo Smalley,Jessica Rose Weiss,Margaret Yen,Carter Armstrong,Kris Dirksen,George Doering,Peter Erskine,Nancy Gassner-Clayton,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Jim Honeyman,Steve Jablonsky,Alison Litton,Frank Macchia,Aaron Meyer|
|Script and Continuity Department||Trisha Burton,Kerry Lyn McKissick,Trisha Burton,Joyce Heftel|
|Transportation Department||Howard Bachrach,Ken Dewit,H. Rolin Fox,Michael Glover,Garner Humphrey,John Landon,John Markey,Dave Robling,Dan Romero,Michael Sean Ryan,Julio Salazar,Brian Stackhouse,Ron Wamhoff,Tim Woods,Rich Bennetti,Chris Collis,Daniel Davis,Sean Erman,J. Armin Garza II,Miguel Lozano,Tim May,Esteban Munoz,Joseph Kelly Padovich,Richard C. Ryan,Rick Scheil,Vicki Sousa,Christopher Weippert,Dean Winton|
|Additional Crew||Alexis Alexander,Wendy Altman-Cohen,H. Leah Amir,Ryan Babbs,Brian Backman,Chet Badalato,Anna Baltimore,Noah Benezra,Gregg Hayden Bilson II,Vanessa Black,Judy Blinick,Katie Childs,Stella Choe,Matt Demier,Tony Didio Jr.,Joey Rocketshoes Dillon,Michael Downs,Daniel Druhora,Kyle Drummer,Nigel Faulkner,David Fencl,Heather Fielding,Brendan Finnigan,Chris Fortino,Matthew Fortino,Megan Gagnon,Robert Rock Galotti,Ruben Guevara III,Gabriela Gutentag,Laura Herrington,Nicholas Hiles,Michael Hird,Alison Hoberman,Ryan Robert Howard,Michelle Johnson,Michelle Johnston,Krystine Karns,Jeremiah Kelleher,Callie Kloves,Cara Kovach,Lauren Brooke Kurfirst,Zoe Lane,Laneesa Lanier,Lauren Lebeouf,Alex Lee,Teresa Jolene Lee,Cristina Lois,Miranda Maday,Mary Lamar Mahler,Sato Masuzawa,Mark McSorley,Justin Mickelson,Matthew Milan,Matthew F. Misisco,Samira Mostofi,Kristine Nadal,Rene Napoli,Marie Nashold,Felisha Norman,Alan Ou,Ellie Pappuleas,Roberto Perez Antolin,Jason Perrine,Robert Phillips,Rachel E. Prentiss,Kevin Reynolds,Tara Riddell,Christian Sampson,Joni Smith,Erin Stern Linares,Galang To,Catherine H. Vlasuk,Ravi Vora,Jill Warner,Peter Weireter,Joseph M. Wilcots II,Laura Wong,Jac Woods,Jasmine Yniguez,Ted Yonenaka,Ed Baney,James Barbour,Mark Bauch,Marissa Brand,Tamara Brock,Claire Cottrell,Mathew Ferrante,Edmar Flores,Leilah Franklin,Jacob Gilbert,Matt Goldstein,Marie Grujicic-Delage,James Henderson,Hsanni Henry,Jason Huberman,Lindsay Hudson,Nancy Goodman Iland,Ari Joffe,Justin Kell,Scott W. Kilgore,Paul Kwo,Malana Lea,Tamara Maellaro,Kathryn Malm,Albert Mason,Allison Meadows,Jennifer S. Milliman,Jack Montague,Jeff Overfield,R. Ben Parker,Gabriel Reyes,Paul Sled Reynolds,Sara Roberts,Ron Ruanphae,Donnie Saylor,Rebekah Shriver,Jason Suhrke,Regina Taufen,Claudio Tepper,Lucas Urgoiti,Jeff Winn|
|Thanks||Xavier Collin,Sergio Kato|
|Genres||Action, Crime, Drama|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, Lin Pictures|
|Keywords||police vigilantism,year 1949,smoking after sex,interrogation,torture|