We're No Angels


1h 35m 1989

Brief Synopsis

Remake of the play and 1955 film, this time set in 1935. Two AWOL prisoners throw on the robes of Catholic priests to evade the authorities long enough to escape into Canada, but get caught up in even more trouble with church problems and a lovely young woman.

Film Details

Also Known As
Nous ne sommes pas des anges, Änglar på rymmen
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Adaptation
Adventure
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Ruth Huddleston
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Maple Ridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

Remake of the play and 1955 film, this time set in 1935. Two AWOL prisoners throw on the robes of Catholic priests to evade the authorities long enough to escape into Canada, but get caught up in even more trouble with church problems and a lovely young woman.

Crew

Mark Abrams

Assistant Director

Theoni V. Aldredge

Costume Designer

John G Anderson

Construction

Sheila Aquiline

Accounting Assistant

Vic Armstrong

Stunt Coordinator

Mick Audsley

Executive Editor

Ian Ballard

Hair

Rodney Beech

Driver

Alan Bell

Foley Editor

Suzy Benzinger

Assistant

Guy Bews

Animal Wrangler

Robert Beyer

Consultant

David Birdsall

Set Decorator

Jennifer Blake

Casting Associate

Stewart Bradley

Effects Coordinator

Jo Burn

Other

Doug Carnegie

Set Decorator

Warren Carr

Unit Production Manager

Fred Caruso

Coproducer

Robin Chambers

Assistant

Patrick Clayton

Assistant Director

Lisa Coi

Hair Assistant

Michael Connell

Music Editor

Daneen Conroy

Assistant

Steve Crawley

Special Effects

Robert De Niro

Executive Producer

Clare Dechenu

Assistant Editor

Jessie L Deppin

Song

Barry Donlevy

Lighting Technician

Lynn Elston

Production Auditor

Jim Erickson

Set Decorator

Les Erskine

Lighting Technician

George Fenton

Original Music

George Fenton

Music Conductor

George Fenton

Music

Elaine Fleming

Production Coordinator

Glen Forrieter

Grip

Lara Fox

Script Supervisor

Dan Gane

Assistant Editor

Dale Garrison

Other

Tony Giancinti

Boom Operator

Mickey Gilbert

Stunt Coordinator

Troy Gilbert

Stunts

Dave Gordon

Grip

George Graffe

Song

Keith Grant

Music

Leonard Green

Adr Editor

Jennifer Grossman

Costumes

Connie Hardie

Casting Associate

David James Hardwick

Location Assistant

Richard St John Harrison

Art Director

Ken Hawryliw

Property Master Assistant

Ilona Herman

Makeup Supervisor

Tim C Hiltz

Production Assistant

Derek Holding

Dialogue Editor

Dennis Houser

Driver

Ruth Huddleston

Cable Operator

Albert Husson

Play As Source Material

Scott Irvine

Transportation Coordinator

Jon Joffin

Camera Assistant

Kirk Johns

Location Manager

Jaqueline V Johnson

Other

Jaqueline V Johnson

Craft Service

Eddy Joseph

Adr Editor

Chris Joyce

Foley Editor

Lyn Kelly

Costume Supervisor

Gillian Kieft

Costumes

Kevin Knight

Costumes

Jan Kobylka

Construction Coordinator

Barry Kootchin

Scenic Artist

Sid Kozak

Casting

Wolf Kroeger

Production Designer

Peter Lando

Set Decorator

Collin Leadlay

Dga Trainee

Paul Leblanc

Hair

Gloria Lee

Assistant

Rachel Leiterman

Assistant Director

Dominic Lester

Sound

Art Linson

Producer

John Linson

Assistant

Richard Long

Assistant Editor

Julie Macdonald

Wardrobe

Ranald Macdougall

From Story

Ranald Macdougall

Story By

Kim Mackenzie

Researcher

David Mamet

Screenplay

Keith Mason

Assistant Editor

Scott E Mathers

Unit Location Manager

Coreen Mayrs

Casting

John Sandy Mccallum

Assistant Camera Operator

Larry Mcconkey

Steadicam Operator

Michael Mcgarry

Assistant Editor

Martin Mcinally

Camera Assistant

Mike Moad

Dolly Grip

Tish Monaghan

Costume Supervisor

Pat Morrison

Assistant

Andrew Mulkani

Dolly Grip

Peter Mustapich

Interpreter

Linda Neild

Production Accountant

Patti Roberts Nelson

Production Associate

Wallis Nicita

Casting

Peter Nicol

Foreman

Cam North

Assistant Camera Operator

Robin O'donoghue

Sound

Bill Orr

Special Effects Coordinator

Christopher Palmer

Original Music

Ida Maria Pan

Production Assistant

Thomas Pankiewich

Costume Supervisor

Gill Parry

Sound Editor

Robert Petrovicz

Assistant Director

Rod Pridy

Camera Operator

Brenda Rawn

Post-Production Coordinator

Deborah Ricketts

Researcher

Dick Ritchie

Color Timer

Michael Ritter

Assistant Art Director

Michael Roberts

Camera Operator

Steven Paul Roberts

Assistant Editor

Pete Romano

Photography

David W Rose

Assistant Director

Philippe Rousselot

Dp/Cinematographer

Philippe Rousselot

Director Of Photography

Joanne Ryan

Other

Joanne Ryan

Craft Service

Christina Sanchez

Casting

John Scott

Stunt Coordinator

Randy Shymkiw

Effects Assistant

Roy Sidick

Hair

Lauri Smith

Assistant

Jo-anne Smith-ojeil

Makeup

Bella Spewak

Music

Sam Spewak

Music

Jane Still

Costumes

Michael Stringer

Storyboard Artist

Larry Sutton

Sound Mixer

Grant Swain

Property Master

Randy Tan

Foreman

Lisa Jane Taylor

Makeup Assistant

Eliza Thompson

Assistant

Brian Thurston

Other

Joke Van Wijk

Editor

Rob Vreugde

Driver

Annabel Ware

Assistant Editor

Mark Weiner

Animal Trainer

Thomas Wills

Foreman

Paul Reeves Willson

Foreman

Andrew D Wilson

Camera Assistant

David Wilson

Construction

Kim Winther

Assistant Director

Peter F Woest

Camera Operator

James T Woods

Scenic Artist

Arthur Wooster

Photography

Joanne Zaluski

Casting Associate

Film Details

Also Known As
Nous ne sommes pas des anges, Änglar på rymmen
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Adaptation
Adventure
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Ruth Huddleston
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Maple Ridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1990

Released in United States Winter December 15, 1989

Shown at the Museum of Modern Art (Screen Plays: From Broadway to Hollywood, 1920-1966) in New York City on October 7 and October 12, 1995.

Began shooting February 8, 1989.

Completed shooting Late May 1989.

The set cost $2,500,000, the largest film set ever constructed in Canada. Film is also the biggest budgeted in British Columbia's history. Film is dedicated to actor Ray McAnally (1926-1989).

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1990

Released in United States Winter December 15, 1989