True Romance 30 years old

Stealing, cheating, killing. Who said romance was dead?

True Romance

Clarence marries hooker Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood, while the owners of the coke try to reclaim it.

Credits

True Romance Cast

Name Character
Samuel L. Jackson He was 44, now 75 years old as Big Don
Brad Pitt He was 29, now 60 years old as Floyd
Gary Oldman He was 35, now 65 years old as Drexl Spivey
Dennis Hopper He was 57, 74 years old when he died as Clifford Worley
Christian Slater He was 24, now 54 years old as Clarence Worley
Val Kilmer He was 33, now 64 years old as Mentor
Tom Sizemore He was 31, now 62 years old as Cody Nicholson
Michael Beach He was 29, now 60 years old as Wurlitzer
Conchata Ferrell She was 50, now 80 years old as Mary Louise Ravencroft
Christopher Walken He was 50, now 80 years old as Vincenzo Coccotti
Eric Allan Kramer He was 31, now 61 years old as Boris
Patricia Arquette She was 25, now 55 years old as Alabama Whitman
James Gandolfini He was 31, 51 years old when he died as Virgil
Maria Pitillo She was 27, now 58 years old as Kandi
Ed Lauter He was 54, 74 years old when he died as Police Captain Quiggle
Saul Rubinek He was 45, now 75 years old as Lee Donowitz
John Cenatiempo He was 30, now 60 years old as Squad Cop #1
Michael Rapaport He was 23, now 53 years old as Dick Ritchie
Enzo Rossi He was 4, now 35 years old as Elvis, Alabama's and Clarence's Son
Laurence Mason He was 6, now 24 years old as Floyd 'D'
Paul Ben-Victor He was 28, now 58 years old as Luca
Joe D'Angerio He was 44, now 75 years old as Police Radio Operator
Kevin Corrigan He was 24, now 54 years old as Marvin
Paul Bates as Marty
Patrick John Hurley He was 74, now 74 years old as Monty
Anna Levine She was 37, now 68 years old as Lucy
Victor Argo He was 58, 69 years old when he died as Lenny
Frank Adonis He was 57, 83 years old when he died as Frankie
Said Faraj He was 29, now 60 years old as Clerk
Chris Penn He was 27, 40 years old when he died as Nicky Dimes
Bronson Pinchot He was 34, now 64 years old as Elliot Blitzer
Dennis Garber He was 41, now 71 years old as Lobby Cop #1
Gregory Sporleder He was 29, now 59 years old as Burger Stand Customer

True Romance Crew

Name Department
James J. Murakami as Art Direction. He was 40 (now 71) years old Art
Jeffrey L. Kimball as Director of Photography. He was 50 (now 80) years old Camera
Suzanne Smith as Casting Associate. Production
Gary Barber as Producer. He was 36 (now 67) years old Production
Lisa Cogswell as Associate Producer. Production
Spencer Franklin as Associate Producer. Production
Samuel Hadida as Producer. He was 39 (64) years old when He died Production
Gregory Manson as Associate Producer. Production
James G. Robinson as Executive Producer. He was 57 (now 88) years old Production
James W. Skotchdopole as Co-Producer. He was 6 (now 24) years old Production
Bill Unger as Producer. Production
Thomas L. Roysden as Set Decoration. Art
Susan Becker as Costume Design. Costume & Make-Up
Greg Dillon as Sound Editor. Sound
Samuel C. Crutcher as Sound Editor. He was 41 (now 72) years old Sound
Virginia Cook-McGowan as Sound Editor. Sound
Robert S. Henderson as Special Effects. Crew
Larry M. Shorts as Special Effects. Crew
Mary Vernieu as Casting Associate. Production
Christian Wagner as Editor. He was 6 (now 24) years old Editing
Earl Sampson as Boom Operator. Sound
William C. Carruth as ADR Editor. Sound
Quentin Tarantino as Screenplay. He was 30 (now 60) years old Writing
Tony Scott as Director. He was 49 (68) years old when He died Directing
Michael Tronick as Editor. He was 44 (now 74) years old Editing
Hans Zimmer as Original Music Composer. He was 35 (now 66) years old Sound
Don Edmonds as Co-Producer. He was 56 (71) years old when He died Production
Benjamín Fernández as Production Design. He was 48 (now 79) years old Art
William B. Kaplan as Production Sound Mixer. He was 6 (now 24) years old Sound
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True Romance (30 years)

Stealing, cheating, killing. Who said romance was dead?

  • Release day: Thursday, September 09, 1993
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Budget: 12500000.00
  • Revenue: 12600000.00