Pecker (1998)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 1hr 27mins.
Genres Drama, Comedy
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
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The Nutty Squirrels Song ("Uh! Oh! (Part 1)") 120859 8000015
Stewart Copeland Song song/song performer("Straight Boys" "Don't Drop the Soap (For Anyone Else But Me)" "Pecker Man") 120859 8000009
Al Byron Song ("Happy Go Lucky") 120859 8000010
John Waters Song songs("Straight Boys" "Don't Drop the Soap (For Anyone Else But Me)") 120859 8000008
George Donald McGraw Song ("Woo-hoo") 120859 8000016
Stan Ridgeway Song ("Don't Drop the Soap (For Anyone Else But Me)") 120859 8000021
Damecus Metoyer Song song peformer("Pecker Man") 120859 8000022
David Ball Song ("Swamp Thing") 120859 8000023
Dave Hardin Song n/a 120859 8000020
Joe Garland Song ("In the Mood") 120859 8000019
Joe Young Song ("I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter") 120859 8000017
Fred E Ahlert Song ("I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter") 120859 8000018
Sharyn Tylk-Gersh Music Editor n/a 214 8000007
Larry Benicewicz Music music consultant 120781 8000005
Christine Moore Script Supervisor n/a 191 5000007
Karen Sirota Production Coordinator n/a 162 5000008
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Debra Donaldson Dorsey Location Manager n/a 193 5000006
Gina Roose Post-Production Supervisor n/a 120796 5000005
Gary Romolo Fiorelli Assistant Director n/a 163 5000003
Joe Incaprera Assistant Director n/a 163 5000004
Joseph E Gallagher Camera Operator n/a 239 6000002
Chuck Shacochis Photography Pecker's photograhs 120835 6000003
Michael Thompson Music guitars 120781 8000003
Jeff Seitz Music music score recorder & mixer 120781 8000004
Richard T Norris Song ("Swamp Thing") 120859 8000024
David Bergad Dialogue Editor n/a 204 7000004
Richard Quinn Dialogue Editor n/a 204 7000003
Janice Hampton Editor n/a 172 7000001
Patrick Dodd Dialogue Editor n/a 204 7000002
Michael Dittrick Music Editor n/a 214 8000006
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Marnie Moore Foley Artist n/a 223 14000002
Steven Fontano Foley Mixer n/a 224 14000003
Ben Conrad Foley Recordist n/a 225 14000004
Margie O'Malley Foley Artist n/a 223 14000001
David Davenport Wardrobe Supervisor n/a 120908 13000004
Howard "Hep" Preston Hair Stylist n/a 120799 13000002
Betty Beebe Makeup Artist n/a 120801 13000003
Mark Berger Rerecording re-recording mixer 120995 14000005
David Parker Rerecording re-recording mixer 120995 14000006
Willie Richardson Other Virgin Mary creator 120795 26000001
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Jeremy Walker Publicity (Clein+White) 120789 29000001
John Nutt Sound Supervisor n/a 120883 14000010
Rick Angelella Sound Mixer n/a 230 14000009
Kyrsten Mate Comoglio Sound Effects sound effects designer 120868 14000007
Malcolm Fife Sound Effects Editor n/a 327 14000008
Van Smith Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Sara King Post-Production Executive n/a 120876 11000002
Henhouse Five Plus Too Song Performer ("In the Mood") 120788 8000030
Dave Hardin Song Performer ("Baltimore, You're Home to Me") 120788 8000031
The Grid Song Performer ("Swamp Thing") 120788 8000032
Vicki Randle Song Performer ("Straight Boys") 120788 8000029
Billy Williams Song Performer ("I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter") 120788 8000028
Leroy Pullins Song Performer ("I'm a Nut") 120788 8000026
Rock-A-Teens Song Performer ("Woo-hoo") 120788 8000027
Vincent Peranio Production Designer n/a 164 9000001
Patty Burgee Set Decorator n/a 165 9000002
Kerry Barden Casting (Hopkins-Smith-Barden) 179 10000004
John Strawbridge Casting Associate n/a 160 10000005
Claire Best Production Executive n/a 118216 11000001
Suzanne Smith Casting (Hopkins-Smith-Barden) 179 10000003
Billy Hopkins Casting (Hopkins-Smith-Barden) 179 10000002
Scott Pina Art Director n/a 183 9000003
Pat Moran Casting n/a 179 10000001
Michele M "Shelly" Ziegler Assistant Director n/a 163 5000002
Mark A Baker Unit Production Manager n/a 182 5000001
Scott Morgan Actor Jed Coleman 1 1000024
Valerie Karasek Actor Redd Larchmont 1 1000025
Cindy Sherman Actor Herself 1 1000026
Betsy Ames Actor Venetia Keydash 1 1000023
Tim Caggiano Actor Lester Hallbrock 1 1000022
Billy Tolzman Actor Seafood Sam 1 1000020
Brian Thomas Actor Larry--The Lughead 1 1000021
Joyce Flick Wendl Actor Street Lady 1 1000027
Liam Hughes Actor Wild Man of 22nd Street 1 1000028
Jennifer Zakroff Actor Art Fan No 2 1 1000033
Angela Calo Actor Pregnant Girl 1 1000034
Susan Duvall Actor Saleswoman 1 1000035
Kennen Sisco Actor Art Fan No 1 1 1000032
Mary Vivian Pearce Actor Homophobic Lady 1 1000031
Greg Gorman Actor Himself 1 1000029
Irving Jacobs Actor Guzzles 1 1000030
Anthony Rogers Actor Billy Heckman 'Death Row Dave' 1 1000019
Judith Knight Young Actor 'Fat & Furious' Lady 1 1000018
Martha Plimpton Actor Tina 1 1000006
Brendan Sexton III Actor Matt 1 1000007
Mink Stole Actor Precinct Captain 1 1000008
Mary Kay Place Actor Joyce--Pecker's Mother 1 1000005
Mark Joy Actor Jimmy--Pecker's Father 1 1000004
Christina Ricci Actor Shelley 1 1000002
Bess Armstrong Actor Dr Deborah Klompus 1 1000003
Lili Taylor Actor Rorey Wheeler 1 1000009
Patricia Hearst Actor Lynn Wentworth 1 1000010
Carolyn Stayer Actor Miss Betty 1 1000015
Jack Webster Actor Outsider Al 1 1000016
Alan J Wendl Actor Mr Nellbox 1 1000017
Donald Neal Actor Mr Bozak 1 1000014
Maureen Fisher Actor T-Bone 1 1000013
Jean B. Schertler Actor Memama 1 1000011
Lauren Hulsey Actor Little Chrissy 1 1000012
Ruth Lawson Walsh Actor Sneaky Customer 1 1000036
Adin Alai Actor Body Builder 1 1000037
Thomas Korzeniowski Actor Toupe Man 1 1000060
Susan Greenhill Voice of Miraculous Virgin Mary 475 1000061
Lola Pashalinski Voice of Pelt Room Announcer 475 1000062
Sloane Brown Actor Sloane Brown--Channel 45 Anchor 1 1000059
Joshua Shoemaker Actor Channel 11 Anchor 1 1000058
Patsy Grady Abrams Actor Mr Heckman--Death Row Dave's Mother 1 1000056
Holly Twyford Actor Straight Girl 1 1000057
John Waters Director n/a 2 2000001
John Fiedler Producer n/a 3 3000001
Joseph M Caracciolo Jr. Executive Producer n/a 174 3000006
Pat Moran Associate Producer n/a 171 3000007
John Waters Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Jonathan A Weisgal Executive Producer n/a 174 3000005
Joe Revitte Executive Producer n/a 174 3000004
Mark Tarlov Producer n/a 3 3000002
Mark Ordesky Executive Producer n/a 174 3000003
Doug Roberts Actor Mr Heckman--Death Row Dave's Father 1 1000055
Jack French Actor Old Fart Customer 1 1000054
R Scott Williams Actor Stylist 1 1000042
Susan Lowe Actor Hairdresser 1 1000043
Marisa Zalabak Actor Make-up Artist 1 1000044
John Badila Actor Irate Manager 1 1000041
Kimberlee Suerth Actor Beautiful Girl 1 1000040
Emmy Collins Actor Hippie 1 1000038
Bridig Berlin Actor Supermarket Rich Lady 1 1000039
Andreas Kraemer Actor Junkie 1 1000045
Sharon Neisp Actor Bouncer 1 1000046
Channing Wilroy Actor Wise Guy Neighbor 1 1000051
Rosemary Knower Actor Friends of Mary No 1 1 1000052
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Tyler Miller Actor Randy--Blind Photographer 1 1000050
Regi Davis Actor Cop No 1 1 1000049
Delaney Williams Actor Construction Worker 1 1000047
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Following the life of a goofy, cute 18-year old who works in a Baltimore sandwich shop and takes photos on the side, Pecker is a tale of fame and fortune and the downside of instant celebrity. Pecker's life changes forever when his eclectic photo collection is discovered by a New York art dealer passing through Baltimore. The photos, which are sometimes grainy, sometimes out of focus and often over-exposed, struck a cord with the New York art world. Actually, it is precisely Pecker's depiction of his family's life that makes his pictures such a hit in New York. The art world loves Pecker's pictures for all the right reasons. To them, blue-collar Baltimore is exotic, new and exciting, when they see it out of context in Pecker's pictures. As a result, Pecker's friends and family suddenly get their day in the sun, their moment of fame. But with this attention comes a public life they had not bargained for.