The Spanish Prisoner (1998)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Steve Martin Julian 'Jimmy' Dell
Ben Gazzara Mr. Klein
Campbell Scott Joseph A. 'Joe' Ross
Rebecca Pidgeon Susan Ricci
Ricky Jay George Lang
Felicity Huffman Pat McCune
Richard L. Freidman Businessman
Jerrold Graff Businessman (as Jerry Graff)
G. Roy Levin Businessman
Hilary Hinckle Resort Concierge
David Pittu Resort Manager
Christopher Kaldor Dell's Bodyguard
Gary McDonald Ticket Agent
Michael Robinson Security Person
Olivia Tecosky Flight Attendant
Charlotte Potok Bookstore Woman
Paul Butler Bookbinder
J.J. Johnston Doorman
Emily Weisberg Secretary
Stephanie Ross Receptionist
Elliot Cuker Antique Car Dealer
Scott Zigler Car Dealer's Assistant
Steven Hawley James, Restaurant Manager
Jordan Lage George, Maitre d'
Steven Goldstein Lawyer
Jonathan Katz Lawyer
Paul Dunn III Jailer
Tony Mamet FBI Agent Levy
Jack Wallace Sanitation Man
Ed O'Neill FBI Team Leader
Clark Gregg FBI Sniper
Lionel Mark Smith Detective Jones
Jim Frangione Detective Luzzio
Allen Soule Fingerprint Technician
Mary B. McCann Policewoman (as Mary McCann)
Gus Johnson Property Clerk
Isiah Whitlock Jr. Trooper
Harriet Voyt Airline Employee
Kristin Reddick Airport Mother
Andrew Murphy Airport Child
Ben Gazarra
Felecity Huffman
Movie Details
Genre Drama; Thriller; Mystery
Director David Mamet
Producer Jean Doumanian; David Mamet
Writer David Mamet
Studio Columbia / TriStar
Language English
Audience Rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time 110 mins
Country USA
Color Color
Plot
Campbell Scott plays a green young technocrat who invents a secret and highly successful high-tech process that, it appears, most of the free world would like to get their hands on. His own company may not be dealing with him fairly, and competitors are lurking around every street corner and kiddie carousel in New York (not to mention Caribbean hideaways) hoping to steal, cajole, or trick him out of the formula. The plot is as full of switchbacks as a mountain highway, and the delights are in watching it unfold around Scott, who is not so much of a naif that he doesn't catch on that not only his formula, but his life, are in dire danger. Steve Martin is consummately assured--and scary as hell--as a wealthy big shot determined to come out on top. David Mamet's script is refreshingly free from his trademark mannerisms; it's his most satisfying film since 1987's House of Games. --Anne Hurley
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 137
In Collection Yes
Owner David Cowley
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Screen Ratio Widescreen 1.85:1 Color
Standard 1.33:1 Color
Layers Single side, Single layer
UPC 043396026087
Chapters 28
Release Date 2003
Subtitles English; Spanish; French
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Surround [CC]
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Surround
FRENCH: Dolby Digital Surround
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Color Closed-captioned Dolby Widescreen
Links
Internet Movie Database