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Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

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A revenge-seeking gold digger marries a womanizing Beverly Hills lawyer with the intention of making a killing in the divorce.

Director: Joel Coen
Writers: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Matthew Stone, Robert Ramsey.

Release Date: 2003-09-02
Status: Released
Run time: 100 min / 1:40
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $119,940,815
Production Companies : Mike Zoss Productions, Universal Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Alphaville Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2003-09-02
Status: Released
Run time: 100 min / 1:40
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $119,940,815

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Casts

George Clooney
as Miles Massey
Catherine Zeta-Jones
as Marilyn Rexroth
Edward Herrmann
as Rex Rexroth
Geoffrey Rush
as Donovan Donaly
Richard Jenkins
as Freddy Bender
Billy Bob Thornton
as Howard D. Doyle
Stacey Travis
as Bonnie Donaly
Cedric the Entertainer
as Gus Petch
Paul Adelstein
as Wrigley
Julia Duffy
as Sarah Sorkin
Jonathan Hadary
as Heinz, the Baron Krauss von Espy
Tom Aldredge
as Herb Myerson
Jack Kyle
as Ollie Olerud
Irwin Keyes
as Wheezy Joe
Judith Drake
as Mrs. Gutman
George Ives
as Mrs. Gutman's Lawyer
Kristin Dattilo
as Rex's Young Woman
Wendle Josepher
as Miles' Receptionist
Mia Cottet
as Ramona Barcelona
Mary Pat Gleason
as Nero's Waitress
Booth Colman
as Gutman Trial Judge
Kiersten Warren
as Claire O'Mara
Rosey Brown
as Gus's Pal
Ken Sagoes
as Gus's Pal
Dale E. Turner
as Gus's Pal
Julie Osburn
as Stewardess
Douglas Fisher
as Maitre d'
Isabell O'Connor
as Judge Marva Munson
Mary Gillis
as Court Reporter
Blake Clark
as Convention Secretary
Allan Trautman
as Convention Lawyer
Kate Luyben
as Santa Fe Tart
Kitana Baker
as Santa Fe Tart
Camille Anderson
as Santa Fe Tart
Tamie Sheffield
as Santa Fe Tart
Bridget Marquardt
as Santa Fe Tart
Emma Harrison
as Santa Fe Tart
John Bliss
as Mr. MacKinnon
Sean Fenton
as Bailiff
Patrick Thomas O'Brien
as Bailiff
Colin Linden
as Father Scott
Nicholas Shaffer
as Waiter
Bruce Campbell
as Soap Opera Actor on TV (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Joel Coen Director
Writing Joel Coen Screenplay
Writing Ethan Coen Screenplay
Production Ethan Coen Producer
Production Joel Coen Producer
Production James Jacks Executive Producer
Production Brian Grazer Producer
Production Sean Daniel Executive Producer
Writing Matthew Stone Screenplay
Writing Robert Ramsey Screenplay
Camera Roger Deakins Director of Photography
Editing Ethan Coen Editor
Writing Robert Ramsey Story
Writing Matthew Stone Story
Production John Cameron Producer
Production Robert Graf Producer
Production James Whitaker Producer
Production Grant Heslov Producer
Editing Joel Coen Editor
Production Ellen Chenoweth Casting
Art Leslie McDonald Production Design
Art Tony Fanning Art Direction
Writing John Romano Story
Art Nancy Haigh Set Decoration
Crew Jery Hewitt Stunt Coordinator
Sound Carter Burwell Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up Kelvin R. Trahan Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Trish Almeida Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Mary Zophres Costume Design
Camera Melinda Sue Gordon Still Photographer
Directing Thomas Johnston Script Supervisor
Sound Peter F. Kurland Production Sound Mixer
Sound Skip Lievsay Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Skip Lievsay Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Greg Orloff Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Sean Garnhart Sound Effects Editor
Sound Sean Garnhart Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Editing Lewis Goldstein Dialogue Editor
Sound David Diliberto Music Supervisor
Sound Todd Kasow Music Editor
Costume & Make-Up Robin McMullan Costume Supervisor
Production Rachel Tenner Casting Associate
Editing Neil A. Stelzner First Assistant Editor
Lighting Chris Napolitano Rigging Gaffer
Costume & Make-Up Amy Schmiederer Key Makeup Artist
Crew Emmet Kane Special Effects Coordinator

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