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Dick Tracy Charlie Korsmo Kid Michael Donovan O'Donnell McGillicuddy Jim Wilkey Stooge Stig Eldred Shoulders Neil Summers The Rodent Chuck Hicks The Brow Lawrence Steven Meyers Little Face William Forsythe Flattop Ed O'Ross Itchy Glenne Headly Tess Trueheart Marvellee Cariaga Soprano as Marvelee Cariaga Michael Gallup Baritone Seymour Cassel Sam Catchem James Keane Pat Patton Charles Durning Chief Brandon Allen Garfield Reporter John Schuck Reporter Charles Fleischer Reporter Madonna Breathless Mahoney Mandy Patinkin Lips Manlis Robert Costanzo Lips' Bodyguard Jack Kehoe Customer at Raid Marshall Bell Lips' Cop Mike Hagerty Doorman as Michael G.
Hagerty Lew Horn Lefty Moriarty Arthur Malet Diner Patron Tom Signorelli Mike Tony Epper Steve the Tramp Al Pacino Big Boy Caprice James Tolkan Numbers R. Pruneface Dustin Hoffman Mumbles Kathy Bates Green Jack Goode Jr. Lab Technician Ray Stoddard Lab Technician Dick Van Dyke Fletcher Hamilton Camp Store Clerk Ed McCready Cop at Tess' Colm Meaney Cop at Tess' Catherine O'Hara Texie Garcia Henry Silva Influence Robert Beecher Ribs Mocca James Caan Spaldoni Bert Remsen Bartender Frank Campanella Judge Harper Sharmagne Leland-St.
Club Ritz Patron Bing Russell Club Ritz Patron Michael J. Bug Bailey Tom Finnegan Uniform Cop at Ritz Billy Clevenger Newspaper Vendor Ned Claflin Radio Announcer John Moschitta Jr.
Radio Announcer Neil Ross Radio Announcer voice Walker Edmiston Radio Announcer Estelle Parsons Trueheart Ian Wolfe Forger Mary Woronov Welfare Person Henry Jones Night Clerk Mike Mazurki Old Man at Hotel Rita Bland Dancer Lada Boder Dancer Dee Hengstler Dancer Liz Imperio Dancer Michelle Johnston Dancer Karyne Ortega Dancer Karen Russell Dancer Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Tamara Carrera Cigarette Girl uncredited Jennifer Diane Hanson Casino Girl in Raid uncredited Bernie Jones Night Club Musician uncredited Sheila Lussier Gangster's Girlfriend uncredited Bruce Mahler Reporter uncredited Jerry St.
Driver uncredited Produced by Warren Beatty producer Jon Landau co-producer Art Linson executive producer Floyd Mutrux executive producer Barrie M. executive producer Jim Van Wyck associate producer Music by Danny Elfman Cinematography by Vittorio Storaro Film Editing by Richard Marks Casting By Jackie Burch Production Design by Richard Sylbert Art Direction by Harold Michelson Set Decoration by Rick Simpson Costume Design by Milena Canonero Makeup Department John Caglione Jr.
special character makeups designer Hallie D'Amore assistant make-up Richard Dean make-up consultant Doug Drexler special character make-up Anthony Fredrickson lab manager Bruce Spaulding Fuller lab crew as Bruce Fuller Lynda Gurasich hairstylist Virginia G. assistant hairstylist as Virginia Hadfield Kevin Haney key character make-up artist Carol Meikle hairstylist: second unit Cheri Minns lab crew as Gil Mosko Ve Neill special character make-up artist John Norin make-up: second unit Craig Reardon special character make-up artist Dawn M.
lab coordinator as Dawn Severdia Greg Smith lab crew as Gregory Smith Roland Blancaflor foam appliance technician uncredited Greg Cannom special make-up application uncredited Brian Dott special make-up effects artist uncredited Donna Drexler foam latex supervisor uncredited Rolf John Keppler special make-up effects artist uncredited Karen Kubeck assistant make-up artist uncredited Peter Savic hairstylist: Madonna uncredited Mark Shostrom key special character make-up sculptor uncredited Production Management Jon Landau unit production manager Rodney Liber production supervisor as Rodney M.
Liber Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Billy Burton second unit director as Billy Burton Mark Cotone dga trainee as Mark Catone Brian Fong second second assistant director Richard Marks second unit director Paul Moen first assistant director: second unit as Paul C.
Moen Princess O'Mahoney second assistant director as Princess McLean Barrie M. second unit director Cynthia A. dga trainee Jim Van Wyck first assistant director Art Department Henry Alberti lead set designer Richard Bisutti set dresser Frank L.
assistant property master Pamela Glintenkamp art department assistant David Goldstein paint foreman Leon Harris matte layout illustrator as Leon R. Harris Mike Higelmire leadman Bill Iiams construction foreman as William Iiams Roger Irvin construction coordinator Tom Lawson construction foreman as Thomas Lawson C.
property master William B. set illustrator as William Major James J. lead set designer Joe Olsen property master: second unit as Joseph R. Olsen Eric Orbom set designer Thomas Prosser sculptor Rudy Reachi property master: second unit John A. Scott III set dresser as John Scott III Bennett L. construction foreman as Bennett Sperber William Kemper Wright set dresser as William Wright Maurice Zuberano storyboard illustrator Richard Bradley propmaker uncredited Michael Curtis designer: one-sheet uncredited Jeff J.
construction crew uncredited Dean Denton carpenter uncredited Sean Dodge laborer uncredited Marc Fambro carpenter uncredited Ron Frazier carpenter foreman uncredited David Halver scenic artist uncredited Daniel R.
set designer uncredited Thomas V. painter uncredited Courtenay Marvin art department apprentice uncredited Peg McClellan illustrator uncredited Joseph Musso production illustrator uncredited Liz Newman construction estimator uncredited Sound Department George H. supervising dialogue editor Mary Andrews adr editor Scott Austin sound re-recordist Kevin Barlia first assistant sound editor Beth Bergeron adr editor Joseph F.
boom operator as Joseph Brennan David E. re-recording mixer Thomas Causey sound mixer Lucy Coldsnow-Smith dialogue editor as Lucy Coldsnow Jacqueline Cristianini sound effects editor Valerie Davidson assistant foley editor Joe Dorn foley editor as Joe R. IMDb RATING. YOUR RATING. Play trailer Action Comedy Crime.
Director Warren Beatty. Chester Gould based on characters created by: for the Dick Tracy comic strip distributed by Tribune Media Services, Inc.
Jim Cash Jack Epps Jr. Warren Beatty Madonna Al Pacino.
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Madonna Breathless Mahoney as Breathless Mahoney. Al Pacino Big Boy Caprice as Big Boy Caprice. Charlie Korsmo Kid as Kid. Michael Donovan O'Donnell McGillicuddy as McGillicuddy. Jim Wilkey Stooge as Stooge. Stig Eldred Shoulders as Shoulders.
Neil Summers The Rodent as The Rodent. Chuck Hicks The Brow as The Brow. Lawrence Steven Meyers Little Face as Little Face.
Dick Tracy: Directed by Warren Beatty. With Warren Beatty, Charlie Korsmo, Michael Donovan O'Donnell, Jim Wilkey. The comic strip detective finds his life vastly complicated when Breathless Mahoney makes advances towards him while he is trying to battle Big Boy Caprice's united mob.6,1/10(59,5K) Based on Chester Gould's comic strip, Dick Tracy, Detective was the first feature film starring the relentless detective played by Morgan Conway. In this fil Author: Dick Tracy Dick Tracy cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more
William Forsythe Flattop as Flattop. Ed O'Ross Itchy as Itchy. Glenne Headly Tess Trueheart as Tess Trueheart. Marvellee Cariaga Soprano as Soprano as Marvelee Cariaga. Michael Gallup Baritone as Baritone. Seymour Cassel Sam Catchem as Sam Catchem. James Keane Pat Patton as Pat Patton.
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Instead of providing testimony, she unsuccessfully attempts to seduce Tracy. Big Boy cannot be indicted, and he is released from jail.
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Big Boy's next move is to try to bring other criminals, including Spud Spaldoni, Pruneface, Influence, Texie Garcia, Ribs Mocca, and Numbers, together under his leadership.
Spaldoni refuses and is killed with a carbombleaving Dick Tracy, who discovered the meeting and was attempting to spy on it, wondering what is going on. The next day, Big Boy and his henchmen kidnap Tracy and attempt to bribe him; Tracy rebuffs them, prompting the criminals to attempt to kill him.
However, Tracy is saved by Kid, who is then bestowed by the police with an honorary detective certificate, which will remain temporary until he decides on a legitimate name for himself. Breathless shows up at Tracy's apartment, once again in an attempt to seduce him.
Tracy allows her to kiss him. Tess witnesses this scene and eventually leaves town. Tracy leads a seemingly unsuccessful raid on Club Ritz, but it is actually a diversion so that Officer "Bug" Bailey can enter the building to operate a secretly installed listening device so the police can listen in on Big Boy's criminal activities. The resultant raids all but wipe out Big Boy's criminal empire.
However, Big Boy discovers Bug, and captures him for a trap planned by Influence and Pruneface to kill Tracy in the warehouse. In the resulting gun battle, a stranger with no face called "The Blank" steps out of the shadows to save Tracy after he is cornered, and kills Pruneface. Influence escapes as Tracy rescues Bug from the fate that befell Lips Manlis, and Big Boy is enraged to hear that The Blank foiled the hit. Tracy again attempts to extract the testimony from Breathless that he needs to put Big Boy away.
She agrees to testify only if Tracy agrees to give in to her advances. Tess eventually has a change of heart, but before she can tell Tracy, she is kidnapped by The Blank, with the help of Big Boy's club piano player, 88 Keys. Tracy is drugged and rendered unconscious by The Blank, then framed for murdering the corrupt District Attorney John Fletcher, whereupon he is detained by the police.
The Kid, meanwhile, adopts the name "Dick Tracy, Jr. Big Boy's business thrives until The Blank frames him for Tess' kidnapping. Released by his colleagues on New Year's Eve, Tracy interrogates Mumbles, and arrives at a gun battle outside the Club Ritz where Big Boy's men are killed or captured by Tracy and the police.
Abandoning his crew, Big Boy flees to a drawbridge and ties Tess to its gears before he is confronted by Tracy. Their fight is halted when The Blank appears and holds both men at gunpoint, offering to share the city with Tracy after Big Boy is dead. When Junior arrives, Big Boy takes advantage of the distraction and opens fire before Tracy sends him falling to his death in the bridge's gears, while Junior rescues Tess.
Mortally wounded, The Blank is unmasked to reveal Breathless Mahoney, who kisses Tracy before dying.
All charges against Tracy are dropped. Later, Tracy proposes to Tess, but is interrupted by the report of a robbery in progress. He leaves her with the ring before he and Dick Tracy, Jr. Estelle Parsons portrays Tess Trueheart's mother.
Tony Epper plays Steve the Tramp. Hamilton Camp appears as a store owner and Bing Russell plays a Club Ritz patron. Robert Costanzo cameos as Lips Manlis' bodyguard, and Marshall Bell briefly appears as a goon of Big Boy Caprice who poses as an arresting officer to ensnare Lips.
Allen Garfiel John Schuckand Charles Fleischer make cameos as reporters. Walker EdmistonJohn Moschitta Jr. Colm Meaney appears as a police officer at Tess Trueheart's home. Mike Mazurki who played Splitface in the original Dick Tracy film appears in a small cameo, as Old Man at Hotel. Beatty had a concept for a Dick Tracy film in At the time, the film rights were owned by Michael Laughlinwho gave up his option from Tribune Media Services after he was unsuccessful in pitching Dick Tracy to Hollywood studios.
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Tom Mankiewicz was under negotiations to write the script, based on his previous success with Superman and Superman II The deal fell through when Chester Goul creator of the Dick Tracy comic strip, insisted on strict financial and artistic control. That same year, Mutrux and Linson eventually took the property to Paramount Pictureswho began developing screenplays, offered Steven Spielberg the director's position, and brought in Universal Pictures to co-finance.
Universal put John Landis forward as a candidate for director, courted Clint Eastwood for the title role, and commissioned Jim Cash and Jack Epps, Jr. to write the screenplay. For research, Epps read every Dick Tracy comic strip from to The writers wrote two drafts for Landis; Max Allan Collinsthen-writer of the Dick Tracy comic strip, remembers reading one of them.
The only positive thing about it was a thirties setting and lots of great villains, but the story was paper-thin and it was uncomfortably campy.
In addition to Beatty and Eastwood, other actors who were considered for the lead role included Harrison For Richard GereTom Selleckand Mel Gibson. Cash and Epps wrote another draft, and Hill approached Warren Beatty for the title role. Pre-production had progressed as far as set building, but the film was stalled when artistic control issues arose with Beatty, a fan of the Dick Tracy comic strip.
Hill and Beatty left the film, which Paramount began developing as a lower-budget project with Richard Benjamin directing. Cash and Epps continued to rewrite the script, but Universal was unsatisfied.
Dick Tracy is a American action crime comedy film based on the s comic strip character of the same name created by Chester Gould. Warren Beatty produced, directed, and starred in the film, whose supporting cast includes Al Pacino, Madonna, Glenne Headly, and Charlie Korsmo. Dick Tracy depicts the detective's romantic relationships with Breathless Music by: Danny Elfman ScottBridget (EPISODE 1,) RETRO GAMING: LETS PLAY DICK TRACY (NINTENDO) August MccloudScott WARREN BEATTY - Dick Tracy Action Movie Full [p] Fer Tayfur Dick Tracy: Part 1 A Warren of Yellow Classic Movie Review Released on: February 28, Due in equal measure to the reported $40 million-plus studio advertising blitz and the ceaseless gossip column ink devoted to the affair of its director/star and leading lady, Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy was one of the most anticipated theatrical releases of its season. In adapting the adventures of the venerable comic-strip cop, Beatty and his production team performed an eye
The film rights eventually reverted to Tribune Media Services in When Jeffrey Katzenberg and Michael Eisner moved from Paramount to the Walt Disney StudiosDick Tracy resurfaced with Beatty as director, producer and leading man. Beatty's reputation for directorial profligacy, notably with the critically acclaimed Redsdid not sit well with Disney.
Disney was originally going to release the film under the traditional Walt Disney Pictures banner,  but chose instead to release and market the film under the adult-oriented Touchstone Pictures label leading up to the film's theatrical debut, because the studio felt it had too many mature themes for a Disney-branded film.
Although Al Pacino was Beatty's first choice for the role of Alphonse "Big Boy" Caprice, Robert De Niro was under consideration. Sharon Stone auditioned for the role but she was turned down. In a statement, Beatty said, "I made a mistake casting Sean Young in the part and I felt very badly about it. Principal photography for Dick Tracy began on February 2, Studios in Burbank.
Beatty, being a perfectionist, often filmed dozens of takes of every scene. As filming continued, Disney and Max Allan Collins conflicted over the novelization. The studio rejected his manuscript : "I wound up doing an eleventh hour rewrite that was more faithful to the screenplay, even while I made it much more consistent with the strip," Collins continued, "and fixed as many plot holes as I could.
Through post-production dubbingsome of Collins' dialogue was also incorporated into the film. Principal photography for Dick Tracy ended in May Early in the development of Dick TracyBeatty decided to make the film using a palette limited to just seven colors, primarily red, green, blue and yellow-to evoke the film's comic strip origins; furthermore each of the colors was to be exactly the same shade.
Beatty's design team included production designer Richard Sylbertset decorator Rick Simpsoncinematographer Vittorio Storaro whom Beatty had worked with on his previous film, Ishtaras producer and lead actorvisual effects supervisors Michael Lloyd and Harrison Ellenshawprosthetic makeup designers John Caglione, Jr.
and Doug Drexlerand costume designer Milena Canonero. Their main intention was to stay close to Chester Gould 's original drawings from the s. Other influences came from the Art Deco movement and German Expressionism.
For Storaro, the limited color palette was the most challenging ct of production. Comic strip art is usually done with very simple and primitive ideas and emotions," Storaro theorized. Try to make everything work into the frame.
For a brief sequence in which The Kid dashes in front of a speeding locomotive, only feet 46 m of real track was laid; the train itself was a 2-foot 0. Caglione and Drexler were recommended for the prosthetic makeup designs by Canonero, with whom they had worked on The Cotton Club The rogues gallery makeup designs were taken directly from Gould's drawings,  with the exception of Al Pacino Big Boy Capricewho improvised his own design, ignoring the rather overweight character of the strip.
Warren Beatty is a pianist and knows much more about music than almost any director, but when he and I started on Dick Tracycommunicating on a musical level was getting us nowhere because it is all so interpretive. We started having much more success when we started talking on a strictly gut level.
Beatty hired Danny Elfman to compose the film score based on his previous success with Batman Elfman enlisted the help of Oingo Boingo bandmate Steve Bartek and Shirley Walker to arrange compositions for the orchestra. It gives an incredible sense of non-reality. Mel Torme sang "Live Alone and Like It," and "Back in Business" was performed by Janis Siegel, Cheryl Bentyne, and Lorraine Feather. A short opera sequence in the film was composed by Thomas Pasatieri .
Dick Tracy is also the first film to use digital audio.
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Film music as an art took a deep plunge when Dolby stereo hit. Stereo has the capacity to make orchestral music sound big and beautiful and more expansive, but it also can make sound effects sound four times as big.
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That began the era of sound effects over music. Disney modeled its marketing campaign after the success of Batmanwhich was based on high concept promotion. In total, Disney commissioned 28 TV advertisements. It was Madonna's idea to include the film as part of her Blond Ambition World Tour.
The New York Times also wrote in June of Disney Stores "selling nothing but Tracy -related merchandise.
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After much conflict with Disney,  leading to seven different printings of the novelization,  the book was released in Maypublished by Bantam Books.
Dick Tracy had a benefit premiere at a small seat theater in Woodstock, Illinois the hometown of Tracy creator Chester Goul on June 13,  while the production premiere occurred the next day at the Walt Disney World Village 's Pleasure Island in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Although Disney was impressed by the opening weekend gross,  studio management was expecting the film's total earnings to match Batman When released, it was preceded by the Roger Rabbit short Roller Coaster Rabbit.
The site's critics consensus reads: " Dick Tracy is stylish, unique, and an undeniable technical triumph, but it ultimately struggles to rise above its two-dimensional artificiality. Roger Ebert gave the film four stars in his review, arguing that Warren Beatty succeeded in creating the perfect tone of nostalgia for the film.
Ebert mostly praised the matte paintingsart direction and prosthetic makeup design. Vincent Canby of The New York Times reviewed: " Dick Tracy has just about everything required of an extravaganza: a smashing cast, some great Stephen Sondheim songs, all of the technical wizardry that money can buy, and a screenplay that observes the fine line separating true comedy from lesser camp.
It could have used a little less color and a little more flesh and blood," Gleiberman concluded.