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BOSCO BOSANAC
 

WALK THE LINE - THE MOVIE

 

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CAST FOR 'Walk the Line'
         

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CAST FOR 'Walk the Line'
Joaquin Phoenix - Johnny Cash
Reese Witherspoon - June Carter
Ginnifer Goodwin - Vivian Cash
Robert Patrick - Ray Cash
Dallas Roberts - Sam Phillips
Dan John Miller - Luther Perkins
Larry Bagby III - Marshall Grant
Shelby Lynne - Carrie Cash
Tyler Hilton - Elvis Presley
Waylon Malloy Payne - Jerry Lee Lewis
Shooter Jennings - Waylon Jennings
Tracee Miller - Birdie Perkins
Amy Kudela - Wanda
Glenda Pannell - Neighbor Woman
Brian Deas - NCO
Jean-Paul McNeely - Musician
Carter Thrower - Sheriff
Michael Ingersoll - Donzil
Clare Johnson - Lissome Girl
Shane Bowen - Jr's Agent
J.W. Williams - Pill Man
Helen Ingebritsen - Bank Teller
Ross Harkins - Record Executive
Dave McPhail - Armory MC
Danny Vinson - Texarkana MC
Davielle Boyce - Maid at Door
Victoria Hester - Carlene Carter
Delaney Marie Keefe - Cindy Cash
Wyatt Entrein - Tommy Cash (5)
McGhee Monteith - Reba Cash
Carly Nahon - Young Reba Cash
Johnathan Rice - Roy Orbison
Kerris Dorsey - Kathy Cash
Dolan Wilson - A&R Man #2
Ridge Canipe - Young J.R.
Clay Steakley - W.S. "Fluke" Holland
Johnny Holiday - Carl Perkins
Deborah Rawlings - Diner Waitress
Lucas Till - Young Jack Cash
James DeForest Parker - Inmate
Hailey Anne Nelson - Roseanne Cash
J.D. Evermore - F.B.I. Man
Danny Beene - Ezra Carter
J. Alan Scott - Dyess Doctor
Al Gardner - Texarkana Stage Manager
Bob King - Armory Stage Manager
Tim Ware - A&R Man #1
Jeff Bailey - El Paso Taxi Driver
James Keach - Warden
Sandra Ellis Lafferty - Maybelle Carter
Rhoda Griffis - Five and Dime Manager
Natalie Canerday - Lady in the Aisle


PRODUCTION CREDITS
James Mangold - Screenwriter, Director
James Keach - Producer
Johnny Cash - Book Author
Phedon Papamichael - Cinematographer
Darryl Wilson - Dolly Grip
Brett A. Wells - Properties Maker
Keith Wall - Set Dresser
Rachel A. Walker - Costume Designer
Randy Uhlig - Properties Maker
Annette Toarmina - Set Medic/First Aid
Robert Tilson - Properties Maker
Roberta Talanca - Second Assistant Accountant
Sharon Steinhauser - Personal Assistant
Daniel W. Stacy - Properties Maker
John F. Sprague - Gaffer
Marty Smith - Craft Service/Catering
Julie K. Smith - Buyer
Daniel Schroer - Camera Operator
John R. Saunders - Second Second Assistant Director
John "Dusty" Saunders - Transportation Coordinator
Peter Sattler - Graphic Design
Scott Sapire - Personal Assistant
David Sanfield - Craft Service/Catering
Rafael E. Sanchez - Chief Lighting Technician
Kelly Anne Ross - Buyer
Carlos Rosario - Assistant Costumer Designer
S.D. Roddy - Set Production Assistant
Douglas L. Roberts - Properties Maker
Spencer H. Register - Set Dresser
Marc Reeves - Properties Maker
John Rabasca - Set Dresser
Michael Kaleo Quenzer - Assistant Properties
John M. III Prenderville - Set Production Assistant
Judy S. Ponder - Makeup
Frank Piercy - Lead Scenic Artist
Kimberly R. Perrett - Costume Designer
Debra Pearl - Personal Assistant
Kevin Nevin, Jr. - Electrician
Margaret C. Morgan - Costume Designer
Mark Moore - Properties Maker
Herman L. Moore - Properties Maker
Steve Moffitt - Transportation Captain
Larry Misselhorn - Greensman
F. Ron Miller - Title Design
Daniel McFadden - Second Assistant Camera
Kevin May - Electrician
Natalie Mathes - Post Production Accountant
Josh Malloy - Electrician
Katie Lofton - Stunts
Jack Lofton - Stunts
Paul "Rusty" Lightell - Set Dresser
Adruitha Lee - Hair Styles
Martin Lane - Assistant Location Manager
Gregory Paul Kureger - Craft Service/Catering
David T. Kerns - Set Dresser
Richard Keith - Personal Assistant
Adam Karasick - Personal Assistant
Michael L. Jacobson - Set Production Assistant, Electrician
Eric Jackson - Set Medic/First Aid
Kon Iliov - Construction Foreman
Justin Hughes - Grip
L. Kellile Hicks - Costume Designer
Jamie Hartford - Musical Performer
Matthew K. Grigsby - First Assistant Accountant
Lloyd Green - Musical Performer
Michael Grean, Jr. - Craft Service/Catering
Reva Granthom - Craft Service/Catering
Juan Gonzalez - Craft Service/Catering
Tony Gilkyson - Musical Performer
Thomas Gilbert - Set Dresser
Antonio V. Garrido - Dolly Grip
Scott Friedland - Grip
Julia Frey - Visual Effects Producer
Sarah E. Fleming - Set Production Assistant
Samuel Fleming - Set Production Assistant
J. Edward Fitzgerald - Set Designer
David Fernandez - Costume Designer
Stuart Duncan - Musical Performer
Robert Duke - Electrician
Casey Driessen - Musical Performer
Steve Drake - Key Grip
Aaron Downing - Post Production Supervisor
Pamela Palmer Doqui - Personal Assistant
Terry Delsing - Music Editor
April M. Deen - Personal Assistant
Chad R. Davis - Set Dresser
Sara Cueva - First Assistant Editor
Dennis Crouch - Musical Performer
Parry Creedon - Personal Assistant
Wendy M. Craig - Costumes Supervisor
John Coven - Storyboard Artist
Hugh Conlon - Construction Coordinator
Armando Compean - Musical Performer
Keefus Ciancia - Musical Performer
Jacky Christian - Craft Service/Catering
Rob Chidester - Grip
Peter Case - Musical Performer
Thomas Canning - Musical Performer
Lewis Allen Byassee - Set Designer
Curtis "Snake" Burnett - Grip
Susannah L. Brengel - Production Accountant
Brandon Boyle - Assistant Properties
Charla Bowersox - Casting Assistant
Timmy Bowen - Set Designer
Barry Bales - Musical Performer
Michael Allegro - Generator Operator
Kit Alderson - Musical Performer
Curtis E. Akin - Leadman
Heidi Pascoe - Stunts
Lorraine Crossman - Costume Designer
Lou Robin - Associate Producer
John Carter Cash - Executive Producer
Dan John Miller - Musical Performer
Lori McCoy-Bell - Key Hairstylist
Paul Sanchez - Camera Operator
Danny O'Grady - Set Designer
Jerry G. Henery - Construction Coordinator
Josh Hadley - Leadman
Kris Peck - Properties Master
John Lybrand - Transportation Captain
Paul Prenderville - Second Assistant Director
David Betancourt - Foley Mixer
Greg Zimmerman - ADR Recordist
Deluxe Catering, Inc. - Craft Service/Catering
Tom Carson - Assistant Production Coordinator
Quincy Z. Gunderson - Associate Editor
Mark Zimbicki - Boom Operator
Deanna Allison - Construction Foreman
Robin Citrin - Location Manager
Caitlin McKenna - ADR Voice Casting
Sara Scarritt - Production Coordinator
Lisa Vijitchanton - Assistant Production Coordinator
Charleen Richards-Steeves - ADR Mixer
Alexandra Castillo - Electrician
Warren Hendriks - Assistant Sound Editor
Steve F. Price - Foley Editor
Jim Keltner - Musical Performer
Tangi Crawford - Key Costumer
Susan Levin - Unit Publicist
Philip Shanahan - Camera Operator
Jane Galli - Department Head Makeup
Kyle D. Hutson - Electrician
Anne Morgan - Hair Styles
Dawn Fintor - Foley Artist
Sheila G. Waldron - Script Supervisor
Betty Lou Skinner - Hair Styles
Michael McCusker - Editor
Katherine Gordon - Department Head Hair
Michelle Vittone-McNeil - Key Make-up
David Lucarelli - ADR Recordist
Ray Garcia - Key Grip
Gloria Belz - Makeup
Rhonda Keaton - Costume Designer
Dawn Blacksten - Assistant Location Manager
Mildred Iatrou Morgan - Dialogue Editor
Greg Steele - ADR Mixer
Ron Bolanowski - Special Effects Supervisor
David Kemper - Musical Performer
Rob Simons - Art Director
Digital Backlot - Visual Effects
Carla Curry - Set Decorator
Gina Fortunato - Production Supervisor
Bill Frisell - Musical Performer
Sarah Katzman - Casting
Doug Hemphill - Sound Mixer
Ted Caplan - Sound/Sound Designer
Bill Maxwell - Musical Performer
Dave Weathers - Set Designer
Gabriella Villarreal - Buyer
Kathleen Rosen - Buyer
Suzanne Tenner - Still Photographer
Donald Sylvester - Supervising Sound Editor
Robert Stromberg - Visual Effects Supervisor
Paul Massey - Sound Mixer
Bob Hall - First Assistant Camera
Gary Burritt - Negative Cutter
Bunny K. Andrews - Music Editor
Cathy Konrad - Producer
Andrea Hoffmann - Set Dresser
Larry Bagby III - Musical Performer
Jack Clement - Musical Performer
Peter Kurland - Production Sound Mixer
Lisa Beach - Casting
Stephen P. Dunn - Assistant Director
Deborah Dismukes - Personal Assistant
Brad Wilder - Makeup
Marc Ribot - Musical Performer
Mark Ragland - Assistant Location Manager
Arianne Phillips - Costume Designer
John R. Jensen - Art Director
Gill Dennis - Screenwriter
T-Bone Burnett - Musical Performer, Executive Music Producer, Composer (Music Score)
David James Bomba - Production Designer
Alan C. Blomquist - Unit Production Manager, Executive Producer
Rick Avery - Stunts Coordinator
Alicia Stevenson - Foley Artist
Barbara Ann Sanders - Hair Styles
David Luckenbach - Camera Operator
Greg Leisz - Musical Performer
Norman Blake - Musical Performer
Brian Avery - Stunts


AWARDS
Best Picture (nom) 2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association
Best Actor (nom) - Joaquin Phoenix - 2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association
Best Actress (nom) - Reese Witherspoon - 2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association
Best Soundtrack (nom) 2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association
Best Actress (win) - Reese Witherspoon - 2005 Boston Society of Film Critics
Best Picture (nom) 2005 National Board of Review
Best Actress (win) - Reese Witherspoon - 2005 New York Film Critics Circle
Best Picture - Musical or Comedy (nom) 2005 Golden Globe
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy (nom) - Reese Witherspoon - 2005 Golden Globe
Best Actor - Musical or Comedy (nom) - Joaquin Phoenix - 2005 Golden Globe
Best Actress (win) - Reese Witherspoon - 2005 San Francisco Film Critics Circle
 

Source: New York Times

See: http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/movie.html?v_id=306598&inline=nyt_ttl

 
         

'Walk the Line'

Screenwriter/Director/Executive Producer

Australia's #1 Johnny Cash Impressionist - Bosco Bosanac | Walk The Line - James MANGOLD, Producer
James Mangold
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BIOGRAPHY

James Mangold
Screenwriter/Director/Executive Producer

From All Movie Guide: A director known for making sophisticated dramas that chronicle people's emotional and moral struggles in the face of an often hostile outside world, James Mangold first earned acclaim for Heavy, his 1995 film debut. The poignant and often wordless account of an overweight pizza chef's (Pruitt Taylor Vince) unrequited longing for a young waitress (Liv Tyler), the film was a success among critics and art house audiences, winning the Grand Jury Prize for Best Director at the 1995 Sundance Festival.
Raised in New York's Hudson Valley (where he would later film Heavy), Mangold, the son of minimalist painter Robert Mangold, attended the California Institute of the Arts, where he studied film and acting. He broke into the film business at the tender age of 21 as the recipient of a prestigious writer/director deal with Disney. However, he was eventually dropped by the studio for, in his words, refusing to play Hollywood's "very elaborate chess game." Mangold subsequently supported himself through a series of odd jobs and endured a phase of unemployment. He eventually decided to go to Columbia University's film school, where he began working on Heavy under the guidance of director Milos Forman. Inspired in part by the upstate New York town where he was raised and in part by a very overweight friend he once had, Mangold set out, in his words, "to make a film about a large man who's invisible." With a cast that, in addition to Vince and relative newcomer Tyler, included Debbie Harry and Shelly Winters, Heavy evolved into a beautifully-stylized film full of richly somber moments and almost poetic silences.

 

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Following the critical success of Heavy, Mangold embarked on a project that appeared to be an ostensible departure from his first. Cop Land (1997), which Mangold wrote while making Heavy, was a cop drama set in a New Jersey town populated largely by commuting members of the NYPD. Although much of the film focused on police corruption, its central character, the town's half-deaf sheriff (Sylvester Stallone, who gained 38 pounds for the role), was similar to Heavy's protagonist in his inability to fit in with his peers and his desire to get what he cannot have, in this case, work in the city. Starring Stallone, Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, and Janeane Garofalo (all of whom worked for scale pay instead of their usual salaries), Cop Land was accepted into the main competition of the Cannes Film Festival and premiered in the U.S. to strong reviews.
Continuing his tradition of documenting the inner struggles of conflicted individuals, Mangold next set about adapting Susanna Kaysen's Girl, Interrupted for the screen. Kaysen's powerful memoir of the 18 months she spent in an exclusive mental hospital during the late 1960s, its fragmented, episodic narrative proved a challenge to adapt, and the finished product led many critics to comment that it was a challenge to which Mangold had failed to rise. However, the film proved to be a showcase for some of the most talented actresses of the day, including Winona Ryder, Brittany Murphy, and Angelina Jolie, who won a Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe, Oscar, and Screen Actors Guild Award for her portrayal of Lisa, the charming sociopath who befriends Ryder's protagonist. ~ Rebecca Flint, All Movie Guide
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