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A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)

  • Rate: 6.3/10 total 17,556 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Western
  • Release Date: 30 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 116 min
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  • IMDb page: A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)
  • Rate: 6.3/10 total 17,556 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Western
  • Release Date: 30 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 116 min
  • Filming Location: Monument Valley, Utah, USA
  • Gross: $37,929,755 (USA) (17 June 2014)
  • Director: Seth MacFarlane
  • Stars: Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Joel McNeely   
  • Soundtrack: Back to the Future Theme
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Actor Director Writer | Comic Violence | Wolf Pack | Shooting Gallery | Toilet Humor

Writing Credits By:

  • Seth MacFarlane (written by) &
  • Alec Sulkin (written by) &
  • Wellesley Wild (written by)

Known Trivia

  • Liam Neeson agreed to play the role of Clinch Leatherwood on the condition that he do a broad Irish accent. Seth MacFarlane complied with the request. 143 of 143 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Charlize Theron had to wear a wig for this movie as she had her head buzzed for Mad Max: Fury Road (2015). 252 of 257 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Seth MacFarlane wrote a novelization of this movie based on the screenplay, the first book in his career. 115 of 120 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The idea of the film was an inside joke by Seth MacFarlane, Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild. The three mentioned how the Wild West was always depicted to be dangerous and believed that there are too many ways to die in the setting. 78 of 82 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • One sign in the town in the movie reads “Windisch and Sons”. This is an ode to Christopher Windisch, the film’s construction coordinator, and his son, who was the labor foreman on the film’s set construction crew. 71 of 75 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When speaking Apache , Seth MacFarlane’s character says “Mi La Ku Nis, Mi La Ku Nis” and the subtitles say “fine, fine”. Mila Kunis appears in Ted (2012) and voices Meg on Family Guy (1999). This gag was also used another in another MacFarlane project: Family Guy Presents: It’s a Trap (2010) spoken by Jabba the Hutt (Joe). 171 of 189 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Neil Patrick Harris gets to say his famous catchphrase from “How I Met Your Mother” when he is challenged to a duel by Albert. “Challenge Accepted!” 24 of 27 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The made up death chant that Albert bellows is actually the 80’s song Tarzan Boy by Baltimora. 19 of 21 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • There is a quick homage, to John Ford’s “The Searchers”. In the scene Clinch is leaving the front door of Albert’s house to search for him outside. As Clinch exits the front door the shot is an exact copy of the iconic open door scene in the beginning and end scenes of “The Searchers”. 9 of 12 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Continuity: The shooting gallery at the fair has only 10 targets (2 rows of five). However, Anna shoots 12 of these 10 targets for a perfect score. Even during her shooting, there are short cuts to the gallery which still only has 10 targets but 12 shots are clearly heard and Anna wins the prize for perfect score.

Plot: As a cowardly farmer begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town, he must put his new-found courage to the test when her husband, a notorious gun-slinger, announces his arrival.  »

Story: As a cowardly farmer begins to fall for the mysterious new woman in town, he must put his new-found courage to the test when her husband, a notorious gun-slinger, announces his arrival.


Synopsis: Arizona, 1882. A voice-over narrator explains that this time in the American wild west was a dangerous and unsafe time where only the bravest survive. However, there were those that were considered by others to be "pussies". Enter Albert Stark (Seth MacFarlane), a meek sheep farmer who runs into the town square of Old Stump. He is set to face off against another rancher, Charlie Blanche (Brett Rickaby), in a gunfight because Albert owes Charlie some money. Albert does whatever he can to weasel his way out of the gunfight, even making crude gestures with their shadows (he uses his fingers to simulate Charlie giving him a blowjob), and when he fails to make a move, Charlie shoots Albert in the leg. The townspeople walk away, and Albert’s girlfriend Louise (Amanda Seyfried) looks at his with disappointment.

Albert and Louise have a picnic near a river where he laments the whole gunfight. Louise tells Albert that she wants to break up with him and has been thinking about it for sometime. She tells him he’s a nice guy but that she doesn’t see the relationship going anywhere and that she needs to work on herself. She leaves him alone, despite him telling her he loves her.

We move to a saloon/brothel where a churchgoing shoe repairman named Edward (Giovanni Ribisi) is eagerly awaiting for his girlfriend Ruth (Sarah Silverman) with a flower. Ruth is a prostitute in the middle of having sex with a man. The brothel’s manager Millie (Alex Borstein) asks Edward if he’s okay with this fact, and he remains firm in his love for her. Ruth comes downstairs to go out with Edward, though Millie tells her that she has to come back because a frequent customer wants to do anal.

Outside of town, an old man is riding in his carriage with his dog, holding a piece of gold. Coming in fast are a group of outlaws led by the notorious Clinch Leatherwood (Liam Neeson). He haggles the old man for his gold and tells him to pull out his gun so that he can take it from him fairly without robbing him. The old man does so and Clinch says they will shoot on 3. Clinch shoots on 2 and kills the old man, despite the protests of his wife, Anna Barnes (Charlize Theron). Clinch dismisses her and grabs the old man’s map to Old Stump. The outlaws split up, and Anna beckons the old man’s dog to follow her, naming him Plugger.

That night, Albert joins Edward and Ruth at the saloon as he laments losing Louise. Ruth tells him that he’s got a lot to live for, but Albert begins a rant on how living on the frontier sucks because literally everything out there can kill someone. Whether it’s the hungry animals, drunk people, or even going to the bathroom, Albert fears for his lives. He points out that the miners eating spicy ribs can die from their own farts (and that actually happens). Albert takes it a step further to point out that the mayor of the town has been lying dead outside for three days, and nobody has noticed. To drive his point home, two wolves come out and drag the mayor’s body away to be eaten. Albert ends up getting drunk and riding his horse to Louise’s home to win her back, but it doesn’t work.

The next day, Edward comes over to Albert’s home as he wakes up in the afternoon to his grumpy father George (Christopher Hagen) and his abused, non-responsive mother Elsie (Jean Effron). Albert asks Edward why he isn’t with Ruth having sex, but as it turns out, since both Edward and Ruth are Christians, they are waiting until marriage to have sex. Albert is confused, but he walks with Edward to see the ice being delivered from Boston. They then spot Louise out with her new man, a wealthy and moustachioed businessman named Foy (Neil Patrick Harris). Albert is enraged when he sees them kissing, but then goes with Edward to see the giant block of ice being delivered. As he explains to Edward why the ice is so big, the rope holding the ice snaps and crushes a man’s head, to Albert and Edward’s horror and disgust.

Albert goes into a store that can help him grow facial hair, but he is mocked by Foy at this attempt, then rubs it in his face that he is having sex with Louise.

At church, the pastor introduces Anna and her outlaw brother Lewis (Evan Jones). Later that night at the saloon, a cowboy (the pastor’s son) bumps into Lewis, spilling his drink. Lewis demands that the cowboy get him a new drink. The cowboy pours Lewis a shot, but then puts his cigar out in it. Lewis responds by shooting the man, instigating a crazy bar brawl. The men violently and brutally attack each other, breaking arms and stabbing throats, while Albert and Edward pretend to fight so that nobody goes after them. Albert sees two men almost fall over on top of Anna, who was pouring herself a drink, but he jumps in and saves her. He takes her out of the saloon and walks with her. They sit by a cliff as she rolls him a cigarette. He bemoans to her the whole situation with Louise, though Anna thinks Albert is a nice guy and that Louise missed out. A diamondback snake then slithers past them, and they keep still to avoid getting bitten. Anna then convinces Albert to take her to the fair over the weekend to make Louise jealous.

On the day of the fair, Albert walks with Anna and points out that people can even die at the fair. This is proven correct when a photographer catches fire on himself and the couple he was taking a picture of, prompting two men to shoot them with rifles. Albert and Anna then see Louise and Foy. After exchanging banter, Albert challenges Foy to the shooting range in exchange for some money. They play a very racist shooting game called "Runaway Slave" (you can guess the objective), and Foy shoots six targets with six shots. Albert goes up and shoots nothing. Anna then steps in to make the challenge more interesting. She opts to go as fast as the game can go so Foy can give Albert a dollar. She tells the operator to go at the fastest speed, hitting each target, to everyone’s surprise. Foy gives up his dollar, and the townspeople express their shock to actually seeing a dollar. Foy continues to mock Albert, so he challenges him to a gun duel the next day. Foy accepts, but Albert immediately regrets the decision.

Anna visits Lewis in jail, telling him he’s stupid for getting himself in there, and then boasts that she’ll be happy the day that Clinch dies. Lewis warns her not to talk like that.

Anna decides to teach Albert how to shoot properly. She sets up some tin cans for him to shoot at, but he cannot hit a single target. He gets one shot after a bunch of tries, and continuously fails to shoot anything, even at close range. As time passes, he gets gradually better at hitting some targets. Anna rewards him with a pot cookie, which he is hesitant to take because he can’t handle drugs, but he eats it anyway, and the two of them watch the sunset while they’re both high.

The sheriff goes to give Lewis his meal for the night, but he gets taken down in the cell, and Lewis kills him, leaving him with the opportunity to escape.

The two of them go to a barn dance on the eve of the gunfight, with Anna sporting an outfit that is supposed to simulate a big ass. Again, they spot Foy and Louise together right before the sweethearts dance begins. Foy tells the band leader to play a song that boasts the joys of having a moustache, humiliating Albert since he can’t grow one (or even afford to grow one). Anna offers to grab some whiskey for them, which she does by tricking the bartender into making him think his fly is open. Before leaving with Albert, Anna puts a laxative in a drink for Foy and tricks him into taking it. She then tells Louise that she’s an idiot for letting Albert go, and then makes fun of her big eyes.

Albert and Anna drink and bond, and then he gets one of the sheep to bring Anna a photograph of a man smiling, which is considered insane since nobody smiles when taking photographs, and one must be insane to smile in a place like the west. Albert goes in and kisses Anna, but he apologizes for it. He takes her back to her hotel, and she kisses him back. Unfortunately, Lewis has seen everything.

As Albert rides home, he spots a glowing light coming from a barn. He opens the door to investigate and finds Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) (from the ‘Back to the Future’ series) working on the DeLorean. Doc hides it and tells Albert it’s just a weather experiment. Albert leaves, and Doc exclaims, "Great Scott!"

On the morning of the gunfight, Anna gets a knock on her door. Thinking it’s Albert, she smiles and walks over, only to find it’s Clinch.

Albert stands in the town square awaiting Foy for the gunfight, who comes out staggering, still suffering from the constant bowel movements. He’s not finished apparently, as he takes a man’s hat to crap in it, and then a second hat to finish the job. When Foy gets ready, Albert drops his belt and gun to say he doesn’t want to do this. He tells Louise he cares about her but she can have Foy, now that he personally feels he’s moved on. He goes to Anna’s hotel room and doesn’t find her there, but most of her stuff is lying around. He goes to the bar with Edward and Ruth, thinking he’s been abandoned once again, when Clinch shows up and announces that somebody was seen kissing his wife. He brings in Anna, and Albert puts two and two together. Clinch asks who is the man responsible for it. He asks a nearby cowboy (Ryan Reynolds in a silent cameo) and he shoots him.

Clinch grabs Anna and takes her away, forcing her to reveal the identity of the man who kissed her, or he will shoot Plugger. She admits it was Albert. Clinch turns his back to take his clothes off and have sex with Anna, but she grabs a rock and whacks him over the head with it. She goes to hop on her horse to leave, but she sees Clinch with his pants down and sticks a daisy in his bare ass. She goes to reunite with Albert, but he’s packing his stuff, feeling like another woman he’s loved has disappointed him. Anna tries to tell him that she loved him, but he doesn’t want to listen since she lied to him. She leaves, but warns Albert that Clinch always shoots on 2.

Clinch goes by Albert’s farm to look for him with Lewis and another goon. Albert hides among his sheep (where one of them pisses on him) before he manages to ride away on his horse. Clinch shoots at Albert and rides after him. Albert manages to ride over the train tracks before the train passes, and then hops on the train to escape. He takes the horse far away before a rock is thrown at his head, and he is knocked unconscious.

Albert wakes up to find himself tied to a pole. He sees that he is surrounded by the Indian Apache tribe. The Apache chief, Cochise (Wes Studi), orders someone to burn Albert because he is part of the other "white asshole" group, but Albert surprises them when he speaks their language, admitting that he studied a lot in his spare time. The Indians take him down, believing they can trust him simply because he speaks their language. They sit him around a campfire and give him a drink to help him achieve the courage to confront his problems. He is given a bowl to drink from, but he drinks the whole thing, which was supposed to be for the tribe. Albert then has a trippy dream sequence where he flashes back to his childhood where his father didn’t care that he was born, and then tricked him into putting his tooth under his pillow as a child for the tooth fairy to come, only to find a pile of horse shit under the pillow. He recalls his graduation from school where Abraham Lincoln (Gilbert Gottfried) made a loud and crude speech. Then, Albert sees himself in a field with Anna chastising Louise for letting Albert go, along with the "big eyes" comment, showing Louise with larger bug eyes. Then a group of sheep that sound like Foy all gather and sing the moustache song. A door appears, with a sheep (voiced by Patrick Stewart) commands Albert to open the door when he’s ready. The handle is a snake, which hisses at Albert, but he grabs it and opens it to see Anna in a wedding dress, waiting for him. He walks through the door to see nothing but a condor with Clinch’s face swooping down at him. He shoots at it and then kicks it in the balls. He snaps out of the hallucination and realizes he’s found the courage to do what he needs to do. Albert thanks the Indians and rides off.

Meanwhile, Edward and Ruth decide to consummate their relationship since Clinch’s presence has them worried for their lives. Edward sees Ruth’s vagina for the first time (his first vagina ever), making him nervous. They proceed to start having sex until Anna knocks at the door, asking to hide. Lewis barges in later, but doesn’t find Anna. She climbs out the window of Edward’s place and sees Clinch standing before her, holding the daisy she put in his ass.

The next morning, Clinch holds Anna hostage in the town square, waiting for Albert. Albert shows up for the gunfight challenge, forcing Clinch to release Anna. They draw their guns, and, remembering what Anna said, Albert shoots Clinch in the side of the arm after 1. Clinch shoots the gun out of Albert’s hand, then prepares to kill him. Albert buys himself time by asking him to spare Anna, even though she lied to him, and then he does a goofy "Islamic death chant" before he dies. Clinch then starts to feel weak and he collapses to the floor. Albert reveals that the Indians taught him to extract venom from the diamondback snake and lace the bullet with it. He knew he wasn’t going to hit Clinch properly, so he managed to graze him. Thinking he’s come up with a bold speech, Edward and Ruth spoil Albert’s excitement by telling him that Clinch is already dead. With him out of the picture, Anna runs back into Albert’s arms. Louise comes over, hoping to make up with Albert, but he blows her off to be with Anna. They walk away, with Anna telling him that there’s a reward for the man that took Clinch down. Albert uses it to get a whole bunch of sheep, spreading through over a hundred yards. Anna stays with him, and they kiss among their sheep.

Before the end credits roll, a new contender shows up for the Runaway Slave game and it is Django (Jamie Foxx in another cameo) He takes out his gun and instead shoots the game operator, saying "People die at the fair." After the credits, he asks for a white woman to join him.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Jason Clark known as producer
  • Seth MacFarlane known as producer
  • Joseph J. Micucci known as associate producer
  • Scott Stuber known as producer
  • Alec Sulkin known as executive producer
  • Wellesley Wild known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Seth MacFarlane known as Albert
  • Charlize Theron known as Anna
  • Amanda Seyfried known as Louise
  • Liam Neeson known as Clinch
  • Giovanni Ribisi known as Edward
  • Neil Patrick Harris known as Foy
  • Sarah Silverman known as Ruth
  • Christopher Hagen known as George Stark
  • Wes Studi known as Cochise
  • Matt Clark known as Old Prospector
  • Evan Jones known as Lewis
  • Aaron McPherson known as Ben
  • Rex Linn known as Sheriff / Narrator
  • Brett Rickaby known as Charlie Blanche
  • Alex Borstein known as Millie
  • Ralph Garman known as Dan
  • John Aylward known as Pastor Wilson
  • Jay Patterson known as Doctor Harper
  • Amick Byram known as Marcus Thornton
  • Dennis Haskins known as Snake Oil Salesman
  • Christopher Lloyd known as Doc Brown
  • Gilbert Gottfried known as Abraham Lincoln
  • Ewan McGregor known as Cowboy at Fair
  • John Michael Higgins known as Dandy #1
  • Julius Sharpe known as Dandy #2
  • Mike Miller known as Vendor
  • Ardy Brent Carlson known as Cowboy Ardy
  • Alec Sulkin known as Guy at Fair
  • Tatanka Means known as Other Apache
  • Ivan Brutsche known as Angry Cowboy
  • Jean Effron known as Elsie Stark
  • Bob Jesser known as Cowboy at Table
  • Dylan Kenin known as Pastor's Son
  • Frank Spencer known as Dirty Cowboy
  • Mike A. Salazar known as 6-year-old Albert (as Mike Salazar)
  • Jimmy Hart known as Photographer
  • Joe Berryman known as Teacher
  • Tait Fletcher known as Cowboy #1
  • Kevin Wiggins known as Ruth's Cowboy Client
  • Jackamoe Buzzell known as Other Cowboy
  • Kenn Ashe known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Preston Bailey known as Young Albert (uncredited)
  • Seth Bailey known as Cowboy (uncredited)
  • Christian Baste known as Featured Extra (uncredited)
  • Johnny Bautista known as Carl (uncredited)
  • Bonnie Bell known as Towns Girl (uncredited)
  • Sage Bell known as Towns Girl (uncredited)
  • Todd Bethke known as Citizen of Stump (uncredited)
  • Nathan Brimmer known as Strong Ice Man (uncredited)
  • Steve Callaghan known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Kurt Capalbo known as Fair Patron (uncredited)
  • Claire Mackenzie Carter known as Other Fair Girl (uncredited)
  • Phillip Casaus known as Mexican Drunk (uncredited)
  • Cruz Castillo known as Hoop Rolling Boy (uncredited)
  • Challen Cates known as Female Passenger (uncredited)
  • Rich Chavez known as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Asher Corbin known as Fair Kid (uncredited)
  • Leedy Corbin known as Fair Kid (uncredited)
  • Carter DuBois known as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Roberto Earlywine known as Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
  • Allan K. Edgar known as Bass Player (uncredited)
  • Richard Michael Egan known as Townsboy with Pickaxe (uncredited)
  • Hugh Elliot known as Angry Cowboy (uncredited)
  • Mark Ericksen known as Saloon Piano Player (uncredited)
  • Scott Esquibel known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Jamie Foxx known as Django (uncredited)
  • Christopher W. Garcia known as Town's Boy (uncredited)
  • Susie Gillespie known as Rancher Lady (uncredited)
  • Jon J. Gonzalez known as Apache Warrior (uncredited)
  • Sean Helean known as Fair Worker (uncredited)
  • Vivien Jane known as Fair Girl (uncredited)
  • Jahan Khalili known as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Bob Knowlton known as Moustachery Customer (uncredited)
  • James E. Lane known as The Coffin Guy (uncredited)
  • Bill Maher known as Barn Dance Comedian (uncredited)
  • Crystal Miller known as Townswoman (uncredited)
  • Robb Moon known as Miner (uncredited)
  • Johnny Otto known as Cowboy (uncredited)
  • Martin Palmer known as Townsmen (uncredited)
  • Bailey Passeno known as Photo Family (uncredited)
  • Maximus A. Passeno known as Hoop Rolling Boy (uncredited)
  • Michael Neal Powell known as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Jaime Powers known as Man with Hat #2 (uncredited)
  • Giuseppe Quinn known as Exotic Bird & Reptile Man (uncredited)
  • Allyn Rachel known as Wild Girl (uncredited)
  • Ryan Reynolds known as Man Killed by Clinch in Bar (uncredited)
  • James Rishe known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Isaiah Rodriguez known as Mexican Townsman (uncredited)
  • Rachel Katherine Ross known as Townswoman (uncredited)
  • Belle Shouse known as Belle Girl (uncredited)
  • Catherine Shu known as Chinese Date (uncredited)
  • Patrick Stewart known as Dream Voice (uncredited)
  • Michael E. Stogner known as Townsman (uncredited)
  • Debbie Waters known as Mother of James Addison (uncredited)
  • Sean Weimorts known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Kevin Wester known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Barry R. White known as Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
  • Charlie Williams known as Cowboy Dancer (uncredited)
  • Richard Daniel Williams known as Merchant (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Megan Daum known as key hair stylist
  • Desne J. Holland known as key makeup artist
  • Whitney James known as makeup department head
  • Mary Hedges Lampert known as dept. head hairstylist
  • Ashlynne Padilla known as assistant makeup artist
  • Copper Perry known as hair stylist
  • Danlee Winegar known as assistant makeup artist
  • Svetlana Britt known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Pepper J. Gallegos known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Jerrad Gray known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Jeri La Shay known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Karla Muenze known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Jolynn Nieto known as assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Julie Rael known as day player makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Sara Roybal known as additional assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Vanessa Sharp known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Jon Shroyer known as day player makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Greg Solomon known as special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
  • Teri Ann Uccan known as assistant hair stylist (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Brett Andrews known as armour/weapons coordinator
  • Arthur Arndt known as carpenter
  • Ulrike Auer-Erdoes known as painter gang boss
  • Ulrike Auer-Erdoes known as set painter
  • James Barth known as construction general foreman (as Jim Barth)
  • Kyle Caraway known as utility technician
  • Victoria Carlson known as painter gang boss
  • Victor Chavez known as propmaker foreman
  • Lance Cheatham known as set dressing gang boss
  • Ryan Cowles known as art department
  • Ryan Cowles known as art dpartment
  • Rocky De la Vega known as painter gang boss
  • Dustin DellaVecchia known as art department assistant
  • Christopher Dowling known as construction gangboss
  • Ram Goradia known as set dresser
  • Libbe Green known as set decorator: New Mexico
  • Mark Hansen known as property master
  • Daniel Herrera known as paint foreman
  • Virginia Hopkins known as lead painter
  • Arlen Johnson known as construction foreman
  • Lorin Johnson known as toolman
  • Kathryn Jones known as construction gang boss
  • Chris Keim known as standby greens
  • Eric Komala known as set painter
  • George Kruft known as standby painter
  • Jack Lineweaver known as art production assistant
  • Dale Lotreck known as painter
  • Steven Maes known as second assistant art director
  • Christopher Martin known as key greens
  • Carlos Mata known as propmaker gangboss
  • Sergio Murillo known as plasterer
  • Jacob Murphy known as painter
  • Carol Ann Napier known as head draper
  • Daniel Noah known as construction buyer
  • Sara M. Pennington known as art department coordinator
  • Brooke Peters known as set designer
  • Siobhan Roome known as set designer
  • Ernest M. Sanchez known as set decorating lead man
  • James Sapienz known as set dresser
  • Randy Severs known as construction sculptor (as Stephen Severs)
  • Trina E. Siopy known as assistant property master
  • Jimmy Stephens known as construction mill foreman
  • Travis Stroope known as propmaker foreman
  • Drew Toops known as painter gang boss
  • Steve Vigil known as propmaker gangboss
  • Joel Waldrep known as draftsman
  • Nathaniel West known as concept artist
  • Simeon Wilkins known as storyboard artist
  • Chris Windisch Jr. known as labor foreman
  • Christopher Windisch known as construction coordinator




Production Companies:

  • Bluegrass Films
  • Fuzzy Door Productions
  • Media Rights Capital
  • RGB Media

Other Companies:

  • Absolut Video  HD video assist equipment
  • Back Lot Music  soundtrack
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems (uncredited)
  • Panavision Remote Systems  technocrane equipment provided by
  • Panavision  camera equipment provided by
  • Pivotal Post  Avid HD editing equipment
  • Santa Fe Studios  production offices
  • Santa Fe Studios  sound stages
  • Universal Studios Licensing  courtesy of: "Back to the Future III" (as Universal Studios Licensing LLC)
  • yU+Co.  titles


  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (New Zealand) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Tippett Studio

Visual Effects by:

  • Nathan Abbot known as digital compositor: Tippett Studio
  • Robert Beckwith known as pipeline technical assistant: Tippett Studio
  • Kristen Borges known as texture painter: Tippett Studio
  • Colin Campbell known as digital compositor
  • Howard R. Campbell known as cg supervisor
  • Kiersten Casey known as modeler: Iloura
  • Fiona Chilton known as visual effects producer
  • Michael Chochol known as data wrangler
  • Blair Clark known as visual effects supervisor
  • Julian Dimsey known as vfx supervisor: Iloura
  • Steven Drew known as compositor
  • Avi Goodman known as cg supervisor: Iloura
  • Alex Halstead known as effects technical director
  • Gene Hammond-Lewis known as compositor (Iloura)
  • Jessica Hee known as matchmove/layout artist: Tippett Studio
  • Chris Henryon known as compositor (Iloura)
  • Kirk Jung known as matchmove artist: Tippett Studio
  • Douglas R. MacMillan known as pipeline software engineer
  • Ineke Majoor known as vfx producer: Iloura
  • Daniel May known as compositor (Iloura)
  • Chris Morley known as digital compositor: Tippett Studio
  • Jesse Morrow known as visual effects artist
  • Shaun Potts known as digital resource wrangler
  • Whitney Richman known as visual effects production manager
  • Craig Rowe known as digital compositor
  • Angela Stanley known as compositor (Iloura)
  • David Sullivan known as roto/paint supervisor
  • Jay Warren known as digital intermediates visual effects producer
  • Matt Weaver known as animator
  • Alexander Wells known as character technical director

MPAA: Rated R for strong crude and sexual content, language throughout, some violence and drug material



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