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Absence of Malice   (1981)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 116 Minutes
Type |
Language | English, Spanish
Genres | Drama, Romance, Thriller
In Color
Release Information USA
Release Information World
Directed by | Sydney Pollack
Cinematography by | Owen Roizman
Edited by | Sheldon Kahn
Sound Systems
Editing System
Finishing System
Eddie Frost
Sarah Wylie
Raggedy Lady
FBI Agent
Reporter #1
Reporter #2
Reporter #3
Beverage Manager
Dock Boy
McAdam's Assistant
News Staff
News Staff
News Staff
News Staff
News Staff
News Staff
Directed by
Cinematography by
Written by
Edited by
Produced by
Executive Producer
Original Music by
Production Design by
Production Designer
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Production Management
Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Camera Operator
Camera Assistant
Key Grip
Video Playback Operator
Camera Operator: Second Unit
Dolly Grip
Still Photographer
Editorial Department
Associate Editor
Assistant Editor
Home Video Mastering Colorist
Art Department
Property Master
Assistant Property Master
Construction Foreman
Construction Coordinator
Sound Department
Sound Editor
Re-recording Mixer
Supervising Sound Editor
Re-recording Mixer
Sound Mixer
Re-recording Mixer
Sound Editor
Sound Editor
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Makeup Artist: Ms. Field
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Costumer: Men
Costumer: Women
Music Department
Music Editor
Lyricist: "Who Comes This Night?" Source Cue - Uncredited / Singer - Uncredited
Music Scoring Mixer
Musician: French Horn
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain
Transportation Coordinator
Transportation Captain: Miami
Additional Crew Members
Script Supervisor
Production Coordinator
Assistant Auditor
Marine Coordinator
Additional Footage Director
Absence of Malice - modified: [39200][81974]

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