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A Piano for Mrs. Cimino   (1982)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 100 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Drama
In Color
Release Information USA
Directed by | George Schaefer
Cinematography by | Edward R. Brown
Edited by | Rita Roland
Cameras
Sound Systems
Mono
Editing System
Finishing System
 
Cast
Esther McDonald Cimino
Mrs. Polanski
George Cimino
Karen Cimino
Barney Fellman
Roger Desmond
Harold Cimino
Dr. Mitchell
Nurse Graham
Gloria Cimino
Alice Cimino
Social Service Dir.
Judge Schultz
Mr. Hartman
Dr. Sorrell
Mr. Anderson
Mrs. Nash
Mrs. Wohlsteader
Mrs. Yeager
Mr. Emory
Mr. Bales
Mrs. Gatlin
Bank Clerk
Mr. Harris
Directed by
Cinematography by
Cinematographer
Written by
Edited by
Produced by
Executive Producer
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Original Music by
Composer
Art Direction by
Art Director
Art Director
Casting by
Casting Director
Production Management
Unit Production Manager: Canada
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
Assistant Director: Canada
Third Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Key Grip
Camera Operator
Still Photographer
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Art Department
Property Master
Set Decorator: Canada
Sound Department
Boom Operator
Sound Editor: Sound FX, Inc.
Sound Mixer
Re-recording Mixer
Sound Designer
Casting Department
Additional Casting: Canada
Makeup Department
Hair Stylist
Makeup Artist
Makeup Artist: Miss Davies
Hair Stylist: Miss Davies
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Supervisor
Costumes: Miss Davies
Music Department
Music Editor: La Da Productions
Conductor
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain
Additional Crew Members
Production Coordinator
Production Accountant
French Adaptation: Dubbed Version
Production Executive
Script Supervisor
A Piano for Mrs. Cimino - modified: [39523][84494]

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