The Krays   (1990)

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Country | UK
Running Time | 115 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Biography, Crime, Drama
In Color (Technicolor)| Black and White (some footage)
Production Dates | 1989-09-18 ~ 1989-11-11
Release Information

Directed by | Peter Medak
Cinematography by | Alex Thomson
Edited by | Martin Walsh

Starring ~ Gary Kemp, Martin Kemp, Billie Whitelaw

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Editing System
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Directed by
Cinematography by
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Edited by
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Produced by
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Executive Producer
Production Management
Production Manager
Original Music by
Production Design by
Production Designer
Art Direction by
Art Director
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Casting by
Casting Director
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Third Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
Second Unit Director (uncredited)
Camera & Electrical Department
Aerial Photographer
Still Photographer
Rigging Gaffer
Stand-by Rigger
Charge Hand Rigger
Steadicam Operator
Focus Puller (as Nick Milner)
Gaffer (as Dave Moroni)
Camera Operator
Clapper Loader
Editorial Department
Second Assistant Editor (as Gilmour Smyth)
First Assistant Editor
Visual Effects Department
Main Title Designer (uncredited)
Special Effects Department
Special Effects Supervisor (uncredited)
Art Department
Charge Hand Plasterer
Charge Hand Painter
Assistant Art Director
Construction Manager
Art Department Runner
Dressing Props
Chargehand Carpenter
Charge Hand Carpenter
Stand-by Propman (as Burt Gadsden)
Stand-by Painter
Stand-by Carpenter (as Ned Kelly)
Dressing Props
Stand-by Propman
Prop Buyer
Dressing Props
Property Master
Charge Hand Stagehand
Stand-by Stagehand
Sound Department
Assistant Sound Editor
Assistant Sound Editor
Adr Editor
Sound Mixer
Dialogue Editor
Sound Recordist
Footsteps Editor (as Jack Knight)
Boom Operator
Dubbing Editor
Sound Maintenance
Assistant Dubbing Editor (as Bronwyn Wolf)
Sound Re-recording Mixer (uncredited)
Makeup Department
Chief Makeup Artiste
Hair Dresser
Chief Hair Dresser
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Supervisor
Wardrobe Assistant
Set Costumer
Assistant Costume Designer
Wardrobe Assistant
Music Department
Oboe Soloist
Music Producer
Assistant: Mr. Kamen
Violet Kray
Jack 'The Hat' McVitie
Ronald Kray
Reggie Kray
Charlie Kray
George Cornell
Cannonball Lee
Mrs. Lawson
Mr. Lawson
Eddie Pellam
Charlie Pellam
Charlie Jnr.
Eddie (as Michael Carr)
Sam Ripley
Chris Ripley (as Sean Blower)
Sharon Pellam
Regal Manager
Jack's Girlfriend
Italian Gangster
Man Cut Outside Regal
Young Eddie
Man In Fight
Angry Customer
Steve's Friend
Barmaid (as Chrissie Coterill)
Lost Boy
Lost Boy
Maltese Gangster
Boy In Classroom
Charlie Aged 12 (as Benjamin Brazier)
Ron And Reg Aged 3
Ron And Reg Aged 3
Ron And Reg Aged 8
Ron And Reg Aged 8 (as Sam Haveland)
Ron And Reg Aged 12
Ron And Reg Aged 12
Postman / Block Warden (uncredited)
Thug (uncredited)
George - Prisoner (uncredited)
Drill Sergeant (uncredited)
Boy# 2 (uncredited)
Spectator At Ringside (uncredited)
Judy Garland (uncredited)
Thug (uncredited)
Susie (uncredited)
Tourist (uncredited)
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Boy (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Executive: For Jim Beach
Unit Nurse
Script Supervisor
Legal Services:
Assistant Accountant
Jobfit Trainee
Production Runner
Technical Assistant
Production Runner
Production Runner
Location Services
Production Coordinator
Production Runner
Location Runner
Legal Services:
Floor Runner
Location Assistant
Production Accountant
Production Assistant
Production Runner
Location Assistant
Assistant Accountant
Stunt Department
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
Stunt Performer
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