The Substitute 2: School's Out


1h 30m 1998

Brief Synopsis

When a popular high school teacher is murdered, his brother, an ex-mercenary, becomes a teacher in the inner-city school to exact revenge on those responsible for the death.

Film Details

Also Known As
Substitute 2: School's Out
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Sequel
Thriller
Release Date
1998
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

When a popular high school teacher is murdered, his brother, an ex-mercenary, becomes a teacher in the inner-city school to exact revenge on those responsible for the death.

Crew

Matthew Abbott

Music

G. A. Aguilar

Stunt Man

Laurie Allen

Casting Associate

Nancy Anzalone

Stunt Man

Timothy D Aten

Wardrobe Assistant

Steven Bakalar

Executive Producer

Larry Banks

Director Of Photography

Eben Baume

Other

Christopher Beattie

Dolly Grip

Gwen Bethel

Music

Murphy Birdsall

Dialogue Editor

Gregory Blum

Grip

Denise Boquist

Other

Sally Brackett

Other

Leonard John Bruno

Rights & Clearances

Leonard John Bruno

Other

Rob Bunting

Assistant

Nancy Cabrera

Foley Artist

Tim J Carroll

Consultant

Victor Chan

Stunt Man

Barry Cole

Music Supervisor

Marin Penvern Collins

Scenic Artist

Raymond Collins

Assistant Camera Operator

Mike Connelly

Transportation Captain

Frank Connolly

Grip

Frank Connolly

Transportation

Blaise Corrigan

Stunt Man

Cindy Craig

Assistant Director

Alan Crimsby

Characters As Source Material

Greg Curry

Sound

Greg Curry

Other

Devorah Cutler-rubenstein

Executive Producer

Craig Debari

Production Assistant

Scott Del Amo

Photography

Joe Delia

Music

Todd Depole

Other

Andrea Dorman

Assistant Camera Operator

Kim Marie Druce

Costume Designer

Warren Drummond

Storyboard Artist

John Edler

Other

Morrie Eisenman

Producer

Doraun Ellis

Best Boy

David Elwell

Grip

Stuart Emanuel

Adr

Ken Erdogan

Craft Service

Richard Fellegara

Medic

James Fenmore

Other

Robert Fenmore

Transportation

Thomas Fenmore

Camera

Edwin M. Figueroa

Key Grip

Katerina Fiore

Scenic Artist

Richard Fleming

Boom Operator

Lisa Franz

Property Master

Roy Frumkes

Characters As Source Material

Roy Frumkes

Screenplay

Wayne Gabriel

Music

Yolande Geralds

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Jennifer Getzinger

Script Supervisor

Mark Ginsberg

Color Timer

Kelly Gleason

Makeup Artist

Kelly Gleason

Hair

Gerald Gloster

Dolly Grip

Damon Gordon

Assistant Location Manager

Jude Gorjanc

Assistant Director

Karl Graap

Production Assistant

Steve Guibaud

Accounting Assistant

Keith Gunthorpe

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Cathy Haley

Wardrobe Supervisor

Thomas Harney

Unit Manager

James E Harris

Other

G Carleton Henrich

Production Assistant

Augusta Hopkins

Other

Drew Jiritano

Special Effects Coordinator

Dmitry Kibrik

Grip

David Kramer

Adr

Jeff Kushner

Sound Effects

Leslie Lambert

Rights & Clearances

Leslie Lambert

Other

George Lara

Foley

Moshe Lazarus

Grip

Wing Lee

Production Designer

Ted Lehane

Grip

Sarah Leonard-mayer

Production Assistant

Mayin Lo

Editor

Gina Lombardino

Assistant Costume Designer

Jamie Lowry

Assistant Sound Editor

Lynn Maffessoli

Scenic Artist

Joseph Mallon

Transportation

Jonathan A Manzo

Location Manager

Nadine Finzi Maybruck

Assistant Sound Editor

Jim Mcconkey

Steadicam Operator

Sean Mcelligott

Production Assistant

Raymond Mcgrath

Assistant Property Master

Alma Melendez

Production Assistant

Janine Michael

Office Assistant

Livia Monte

Assistant Production Coordinator

Heather Mosher

On-Set Dresser

Julie Murray

Scenic Artist

Phil Neilson

Stunt Coordinator

Khamsi Norwood

Other

David Novack

Rerecording

Patricia Nunez

Apprentice

Mick O'rourke

Stunt Man

Dorene Oakley

Makeup Assistant

Janet Paparazzo

Stunt Man

Linda Perkins

Assistant Director

Lance Phox

Gaffer

Jamey Pryde

Post-Production Supervisor

Jennifer Ralston

Sound Effects Editor

Exile Ramirez

Production Coordinator

Alex Raspa

Adr

Dave Reardon

Carpenter

Paul Reinhartd

Dolly Grip

Laura Roberts

On-Set Dresser

Sabine Roller

Hair

Sabine Roller

Makeup Artist

Jennifer Roth

Unit Production Manager

Robert Salerno

Producer

Manny Santiago

Other

Eileen Schreiber

Other

David Shumbris

Stunt Man

Rocco Simonelli

Characters As Source Material

Rocco Simonelli

Screenplay

Brian Slocum

Other

Gary Solomon

Sound

Gary Solomon

Other

John Stifanich

Pyrotechnics

Jennifer Stuart

Other

Mary Sunshine

Post-Production Accountant

Patricia Sztaba

Negative Cutting

Stan Sztaba

Negative Cutting

Stacey Tanner

Set Decorator

Joseph Taylor

Production Assistant

Peter Thorell

Production Assistant

Zeborah Tidwell

Editor

Lina Todd

Casting

Brian Vancho

Foley Artist

Michael Ventresco

Titles

Joe Violante

Dailies

Peter Waggoner

Adr

Sean Walsh

Production Assistant

Cliff Weisner

Other

Jeffrey Werts

Best Boy

Tom Wessler

Transportation Co-Captain

Jordan West

Construction Coordinator

Mark White

Art Director

Nadine Wilson

Production Accountant

Alex Wolfe

Sound Mixer

Richard Wooley

Rights & Clearances

Richard Wooley

Other

Franz Yeich

Key Grip

Jerry Yuen

Boom Operator

Film Details

Also Known As
Substitute 2: School's Out
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Sequel
Thriller
Release Date
1998
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 18, 1998

Aired in United States March 27, 1998

Sequel to feature film, "The Substitute" (USA/1996), directed by Robert Mandel and starring Tom Berenger.

Began shooting spring 1997.

Completed shooting spring 1997.