The Favorite   (1989)

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Country | USA, Switzerland
Running Time | 104 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Adventure
In Color

Directed by | Jack Smight
Cinematography by | Giorgio Tonti, Howard Wexler
Edited by | Dennis Virkler

Starring ~ F. Murray Abraham, Maud Adams, Amber O'Shea

Sound Systems
Dolby Stereo
Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Edited by
Written by
Produced by
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Executive Producer
Line Producer
Production Management
Production Manager: Europe
Production Manager
Original Music by
Production Design by
Production Designer
Production Designer
Art Direction by
Art Director
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Costume Designer
Casting by
Casting Director
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
First Assistant Director: Europe (as William Baker)
Dga Trainee
Second Unit Director
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director: Europe
Second Assistant Director (as John Whittle)
Camera & Electrical Department
Second Assistant Camera: Europe
Still Photographer: Europe
Second Assistant Camera (as Todd Anthony Dos Reis)
Gaffer: Europe
First Assistant Camera
Head Grip: Europe
Still Photographer (as Eric Heinila)
Best Boy Grip (as Dano Rottman)
Generator Operator
Best Boy Electrician (as Jess Tango)
First Assistant Camera: Europe
Camera Operator: Europe
Key Grip (as Phillip 'Fryer' Tuck)
Head Electrician (uncredited)
Electrician (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Film Editor
Assistant Film Editor
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Special Effects
Special Effects
Art Department
Swing Gang (as Julie Blakkohl)
Property Master (as Stephen P. Brien)
Assistant Props
Assistant Props (as Al Eisenmaint)
Art Department Assistant: Europe
Swing Gang (as Stacy Rallison)
Construction Coordinator
Leadman (as Mark 'Animal' MacYoung)
Swing Gang (as Michael E. Malone)
Assistant Art Director
Art Department Assistant: Europe
Art Department Assistant: Europe
Art Department (uncredited)
Set Dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Assistant Sound Editor (as Karen Baker)
Assistant Sound Editor
Boom Operator
Sound Mixer: Europe
Foley Editor
Adr Editor (as Devon Heffley-Curry)
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Foley Editor (as David Horton Jr.)
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Sound Effects Editor
Sound Recordist
Sound Effects Editor
Adr Editor
Dialogue Editor (as Chet Slomka)
Supervising Sound Editor (as William Stevenson)
Boom Operator: Europe
Sound Mixer
Dialogue Editor
Casting Department
Casting Assistant
Voice Casting
Casting Assistant: Europe
Additional Casting
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Assistant Hair Stylist
Assistant Makeup Artist
Makeup Artist: Europe
Assistant Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Assistant: Europe
Wardrobe Assistant: Europe
Wardrobe Assistant
Wardrobe Assistant: Europe
Wardrobe Supervisor
Wardrobe Assistant
Music Department
Music Editor: Music Design Group
Aimée Dubucq De Rivéry
Young Mahmud
Adult Mahmud
Uncle (as Thomas McGreevey)
British Consul
Algerian Captain
Chief Janissary
Chief Janissary (as John Hayden)
Chief Dwarf
First Mate
Second Mate
Boy At Bazaar
Man At Ball
French Officer
French Soldier
First Harem Girl
Harem Girl
Harem Girl
Harem Girl
Harem Girl
Harem Girl
Mother Superior
Prisoner In Chains (uncredited)
Kamir (uncredited)
Harem Girl (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
First Assistant Production Accountant
Production Assistant: Europe
Production Coordinator
Craft Service
Production Assistant
Second Assistant Production Accountant
Production Assistant
Legal Advisor: Europe
Assistant To Producer: Europe
Production Assistant
Production Accountant
Assistant To Producer
Assistant To Producer
Production Assistant
Production Assistant
Script Supervisor
Location Assistant: Europe
Production Assistant
Production Assistant
Production Secretary
Assistant To Producer: Europe
Location Assistant
Technical Advisor
Stunt Department
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain: Europe
Transportation Captain
Transportation Coordinator
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