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The Fighter (2010)

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The Fighter, is a drama about boxer "Irish" Micky Ward's unlikely road to the world light welterweight title. His Rocky-like rise was shepherded by half-brother Dicky, a boxer-turned-trainer who rebounded in life after nearly being KO'd by drugs and crime.

Director: David O. Russell
Writers: Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, Eric Johnson.

Release Date: 2010-12-17
Status: Released
Run time: 116 min / 1:56
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $93,617,009
Production Company : Paramount
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2010-12-17
Status: Released
Run time: 116 min / 1:56
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $93,617,009

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Mark Wahlberg
as Micky Ward
Christian Bale
as Dick "Dicky" Eklund
Amy Adams
as Charlene Fleming
Melissa Leo
as Alice Eklund-Ward
Mickey O'Keefe
as Himself
Dendrie Taylor
as Gail 'Red Dog' Eckland Carney
Jack McGee
as George Ward
Bianca Hunter
as Cathy "Pork" Eklund
Erica McDermott
as Cindy "Tar" Eklund
Jenna Lamia
as Sherri "The Baby" Ward
Caitlin Dwyer
as Kasie Ward
Chanty Sok
as Karen
Jackson Nicoll
as Little Dickie
Frank Renzulli
as Sal Lanano
Sugar Ray Leonard
as Himself
Melissa McMeekin
as 'Little Alice' Eklund
Ted Arcidi
as Lou Gold
Ross Bickell
as Mike Toma
Sean Malone
as Wolfie
Matthew Muzio
as HBO Cameraman
Alison Folland
as Laurie Carroll
Thomas Benton
as Businessman
Jeremiah Kissel
as Bald Businessman
Kim Carrell
as Reporter
Dale Place
as Referee Micky Vann
Bonnie Aarons
as Crackhead Bonnie
Walter Driscoll
as Court Officer
Jerrell Lee Wesley
as Fight Spectator
Eric Weinstein
as Micky's Friend
Anthony Molinari
as Neary
Peter Cunningham
as Mike 'Machine Gun' Mungin
Brian Christensen
as Drunk Guy
Jen Weissenberg
as Drunk Girl
Michael Buffer
as Fight Announcer
Larry Merchant
as Fight Announcer
Jim Lampley
as Fight Announcer
Emanuel Steward
as Fight Announcer
Roy Jones Jr.
as Fight Announcer
George Foreman
as Fight Announcer
Dicky Eklund Jr.
as Man on Street #4
Charlie Alejandro
as Movie Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Basile
as Inmate Prisoner (uncredited)
Jeffrey Corazzini
as Inmate (uncredited)
Conan Marchi
as Inmate (uncredited)
as Ringside Fan (uncredited)
Luisa Diaz
as Ring card girl (uncredited)
Shawn Fogarty
as Ringside Reporter / Gym Fight Spectator / Courtroom Attendee / Pedestrian / Precision Driver (uncredited)
Jodie Brunelle
as VIP Spectator (uncredited)
John Franchi
as VIP (uncredited)
Gino Cafarelli
as Lowell Neighbor (uncredited)
Al Conti
as Larry Merchant (uncredited)
Shawn Doherty
as Road Crew Co Worker (uncredited)
Henry Penzi
as Road Crew Co Worker (uncredited)
Ger Duany
as Extra (uncredited)
Alex East
as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Dan Marshall
as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jeff Martineau
as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Anastasia Sanidopoulos Mousis
as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Briggon Snow
as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Thomas Olson
as Fight Photographer (uncredited)
Ron Shimshilashvili
as Fight Fan (uncredited)
Mark Falvo
as Press (uncredited)
Susan Farese
as British Press Reporter (uncredited)
Dennis Jay Funny
as King, Ring Girl Escort (uncredited)
London Hall
as Casino Gambler (uncredited)
Hunter Wilichoski
as Casino Kid (uncredited)
as Referee (uncredited)
Dennis Lauricella
as Boxing Referee (uncredited)
David Struffolino
as Boxing Ring Photographer (uncredited)
Alicia Love
as Background (uncredited)
Joseph Oliveira
as Spectator (uncredited)
Joe Siriani
as Bodyguard (uncredited)


Directing David O. Russell Director
Writing Scott Silver Screenplay
Writing Paul Tamasy Screenplay
Writing Eric Johnson Screenplay
Writing Paul Tamasy Story
Writing Eric Johnson Story
Writing Keith Dorrington Story
Production Darren Aronofsky Executive Producer
Production Dorothy Aufiero Producer
Production Keith Dorrington Executive Producer
Production David Hoberman Producer
Production Eric Johnson Executive Producer
Production Ryan Kavanaugh Producer
Production Todd Lieberman Producer
Production Paul Tamasy Producer
Production Tucker Tooley Executive Producer
Production Leslie Varrelman Executive Producer
Production Mark Wahlberg Producer
Camera Hoyte van Hoytema Director of Photography
Sound Michael Brook Original Music Composer
Editing Pamela Martin Editor
Art Judy Becker Production Design
Production Sheila Jaffe Casting
Costume & Make-Up Mark Bridges Costume Design
Art Gene Serdena Set Decoration
Art Laura Ballinger Art Direction
Directing Karen Golden Script Supervisor
Visual Effects Hugo Dominguez Visual Effects
Production Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
Production Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Production Ken Halsband Co-Producer
Production Jeff G. Waxman Co-Producer
Costume & Make-Up Kristen Barry Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Rob Fitz Makeup Artist
Production Ken Halsband Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Mark Kamine Unit Production Manager
Crew Christopher Kulikowski Post Production Supervisor
Production Haley Sweet Production Supervisor
Crew Andrew Troy Post-Production Manager
Directing Michele Ziegler Assistant Director
Crew Donald Frazee Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Brian Ricci Special Effects
Costume & Make-Up Ben Bornstein Prosthetic Supervisor
Crew Ray Siegle Stunt Coordinator
Crew Cameron Crowe Thanks
Crew Susan Jacobs Thanks
Crew Brad Weston Thanks
Sound Odin Benitez Sound Designer
Sound Brian Courchine Boom Operator
Visual Effects Tim Carras Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Joshua D. Comen Visual Effects Producer
Camera Geoffrey Haley Steadicam Operator
Camera Woody Bell Grip
Editing Lizzy Calhoun Assistant Editor
Editing Lee Wimer Color Timer
Crew Eric Weinstein Actor's Assistant
Crew Anthony Molinari Stunts
Crew Brian Christensen Stunts
Crew Jen Weissenberg Stunts
Directing Cara Giallanza Assistant Director
Costume & Make-Up Elizabeth Cecchini Hairstylist
Sound Anton Gold Production Sound Mixer

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