The Shadow


1h 52m 1994

Brief Synopsis

Lamont Cranston is a millionaire playboy with a hidden life as a mysterious superhero. Now, he'll have to stop his nemesis Shiwan Khan from destroying New York City with an atomic bomb. Based on the famous pulp character from the 30s.

Film Details

Also Known As
Shadow, Shadow and the Curse of Khan
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1994
Distribution Company
UNITED INTERNATIONAL PICTURES (UIP)/UNIVERSAL PICTURES
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Synopsis

Lamont Cranston is a millionaire playboy with a hidden life as a mysterious superhero. Now, he'll have to stop his nemesis Shiwan Khan from destroying New York City with an atomic bomb. Based on the famous pulp character from the 30s.

Crew

Mimi Abers

Visual Effects

Isa Alsup

Digital Effects Supervisor

Karen L Angelli

Other

Claudia Anglin

Driver

Dan Anglin

Transportation Coordinator

Tim Angulo

Photography

David Anthony

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Tricia Henry Ashford

Executive Producer

Dick Austin

Driver

Willi Baer

Producer

Don Baker

Other

Laura Baker

Costumes

Myron Baker

Costume Department

Craig Barron

Visual Effects Supervisor

Ken Bates

Stunts

Debra Beebe

Key Costumer

Anthony Belmonte

Other

Elizabeth Beloff

Main Title Design

Richard Benedetto

Best Boy

Jellybean Benitez

Music

John Benson

Sound Effects Editor

Les Bernstein

Other

George Bess

Driver

Mary Jochem Besterveld

Assistant Editor

Gary Bierend

Special Effects

Duard Wayne Binkey

Driver

Dianne Blasco

Production Accountant

Alan Blauvelt

Assistant Camera Operator

Dustin Blauvelt

Camera Operator

Christine Bonnem

Location Manager

Linda Booher-ciarimboli

Costumes

Bruce Botnick

Other

Gary Bourgeois

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Lon Boutin

Stunts

Larry W Bowman

Special Effects

Bonnie Boyd

Other

Jon Boyden

Costumes

Martin Bregman

Producer

Michael S Bregman

Producer

Mark Brown

Assistant

Weldon Brown

Adr Mixer

Zane Bruce

Foley Artist

Greg Bryant

Visual Effects

Richard Bugge

Rerecording

Dorothy Bulac

Costumes

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

William H Burton

Stunts

Stephen H Burum

Director Of Photography

Jeff Bushelman

Dialogue Editor

Steve Callas

Construction Coordinator

Dwight Campbell

Gaffer

Jack R Campbell

Driver

Mike J Campbell

Best Boy Grip

Greg Cannom

Special Makeup Effects

Joseph Cerami

Casting Associate

Don Chafey

Lead Set Dresser

Steve Chambers

Stunts

Henry Charleston

Electrician

Paul Cheung

Electrician

Wade Childress

Camera Operator

Bruce Chimerofsky

Grip

Patricia Churchill

Production Manager

Patricia Churchill

Associate Producer

Keith Clairdge

Key Grip

John Cleveland

Grip

Terry Clotiaux

Production Supervisor

Reed Cohan

Driver

Steve Cohen

Production Assistant

Mary Colquhoun

Casting Director

William Conner

Other

Blake Cornett

Assistant Sound Editor

Joseph Cosko

Assistant Camera Operator

Alexander Courage

Music Arranger

Kathleen Courtney

Production Coordinator

Gary Crandall

Effects Coordinator

James B Crawford

Gaffer

Shirley Crawford

Hair Stylist

Robin D'arcy

Producer

Louis D'esposito

Assistant Director

Jeanie Daniels

Accountant

Richard B Darling

Driver

Steve M Davison

Stunts

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Albert Delgado

Special Effects Supervisor

Rolf Deyhle

Executive Producer

Don Digirolamo

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Michael R Driscoll

On-Set Dresser

Dan Duggan

Grip

John Dumas

Grip

Linda Dunn

Assistant

Terry Dunn

Assistant Production Accountant

James M Dunne

Driver

Syd Dutton

Special Effects

Carmen Eckes-baer

Other

Kenny Endoso

Stunts

Gary Epper

Stunts

Audrey Evans

Assistant Editor

Jene Fielder

Makeup

David Finkelstein

Assistant Sound Editor

Jeff Fisher

Production Assistant

Christopher Flick

Foley Editor

Michael Grover Forster

Visual Effects

Jack Forwalter

On-Set Dresser

Joe Francis

Cg Supervisor

Mark Franco

Executive Producer

David Freund

Visual Effects

Joel Friesch

Visual Effects

Carl Fullerton

Makeup Artist

Carlos M Gallardo

Dolly Grip

Randy Gardell

Costume Department

Joe Gareri

Executive Producer

Scott Garrett

Art Assistant

Walter B Gibson

Characters As Source Material

Jerry Goldsmith

Music Conductor

Jerry Goldsmith

Music

Tim Gonzales

Craft Service

James M Goodman

Digital Effects Supervisor

Jerry Gordon

Driver

Laura Graham

Adr Editor

Bill Gray

Driver

Mark C Grech

Sound

Caroleen Green

Matte Painter

Ellen Gross

Costumes

Pat Grosswendt

Gaffer

Teddy Haggarty

Stand-In

Darrell Hall

Music Editor

Kenneth Hall

Music Editor

Todd Hall

Other

Don Hansard

Other

Donald S. Harback

Driver

Mark Hardin

Other

Barbara Harris

Adr Voice Casting

Allen Hartz

Adr Editor

Gordon Hayes

Electrician

Michael Ronald Heath

Grip

Dana Hee

Stunt Man

Chuck Herrmann

Props Assistant

John Higbie

Assistant Camera Operator

Gene Hightower

Other

Shelly Hinton

Adr Editor

Steve Holladay

Stunts

Peter Honess

Editor

Billy Hank Hooker

Stunts

Buddy Joe Hooker

Stunts

Norman Howell

Stunts

Scott William Hubbell

Stunts

Gordon Huggins

Other

John Huneck

Motion Control

Ian Hunter

Visual Effects

Leslie Huntley

Visual Effects

Jeff Hutchinson

Effects Coordinator

Hiroshi Kan Ikeuchi

Visual Effects

Paul Isham

Production Assistant

David Jobe

Foley Mixer

Jack Johnson

Art Director

Robert L Johnson

Special Effects

J Jefferie Johnston

Accounting Assistant

Doug Jones

Accounting Assistant

Gary L Karas

Special Effects

Donald Kellogg

Driver

John Kennedy

Electrician

Kelly Kerby

Special Effects

Jim Keys

Best Boy

Scott C. Keys

Electrician

Scott Kidner

Electrician

Richard King

Sound Effects Editor

Robert E King

Electrician

Henry Kingi

Stunts

Lisa Knaggs

Production Coordinator

David Koepp

Screenplay

Peter Kuran

Visual Effects

Kevin Kutchaver

Animator

William Law Iii

Set Designer

Michael Laws

Rigging Gaffer

Jeffrey A Leake

Visual Effects

Lynn Ledgerwood

Other

Anthony J Leonardi

Other

Garrett Lewis

Set Decorator

Fred Liberman

Driver

Mark Lindemuth

Construction

Donald Linder

Driver

Phil Linson

Foley Editor

Curt Lundgren

Rerecording

Brian Mann

Visual Effects

Larry Mann

Dialogue Editor

Lisa Mann

Other

Geni Marino

Assistant

Courtenay Marvin

Assistant Sound Editor

Martin Maryska

Sound Editor

Fumi Mashimo

Animator

Calvin Masoner

Driver

Mitch Masoner

Transportation Co-Captain

Martin Matzinger

Production Coordinator

Justine Maurer

Production Assistant

David Mayreis

Costumes

Jonathan Mcgarry

Production Assistant

Leilani Mchugh

Other

Rich Mckay

Camera Operator

Ardie Mclaughlin

Transportation Co-Captain

Dennis Mcneill

Color Timer

Film Details

Also Known As
Shadow, Shadow and the Curse of Khan
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1994
Distribution Company
UNITED INTERNATIONAL PICTURES (UIP)/UNIVERSAL PICTURES
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 52m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video January 17, 1995

Released in United States September 1994

Released in United States Summer July 1, 1994

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 2-11, 1994.

Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival (opening night) September 15-24, 1994.

Title character is based on the hero from the series of dime novels and radio programs of the 1920s and 1930s.

Alec Baldwin reportedly received $2,000,000 for this film.

Alec Baldwin reportedly received $2,000,000 for this film.

Began shooting September 27, 1993.

Completed shooting January 28, 1994.

Michael Karbelnikoff was once attached to direct.

Orson Welles was the voice of Lamont Cranston on the radio program of the 1930s.

Released in United States on Video January 17, 1995

Released in United States Summer July 1, 1994

Released in United States September 1994 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 2-11, 1994.)

Released in United States September 1994 (Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival (opening night) September 15-24, 1994.)