Blue Collar (1978)

Blue Collar
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating R
Runtime 1hr 50mins.
Genres Drama, Crime
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
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Tom Rolf Editor n/a 172 7000001
William Dear Photography n/a 120835 6000002
Bobby Byrne Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Barbara Hodous Production Coordinator n/a 162 5000001
Ry Cooder Music Arranger special music arranger 121019 8000003
Ry Cooder Song ("Hard Workin' Man") 120859 8000006
Jack Nitzsche Song ("Hard Workin' Man") 120859 8000005
Paul Schrader Song ("Hard Workin' Man") 120859 8000004
Leonard Schrader Screenplay n/a 120778 4000002
Paul Schrader Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Frank Orsatti Actor n/a 1 1000046
Glenn Wilder Actor n/a 1 1000045
Speedy Brown Actor n/a 1 1000044
Matt "Jim" Connors Actor n/a 1 1000047
Paul Schrader Director n/a 2 2000001
David Nichols Associate Producer n/a 171 3000003
Robin French Executive Producer n/a 174 3000002
Don Guest Producer n/a 3 3000001
Captain Beefheart Song Performer ("Hard Workin' Man") 120788 8000007
Lawrence G Paull Production Designer n/a 164 9000001
Phy Stevens Stunt Coordinator (Detroit) 120804 19000002
Glenn Wilder Stunt Coordinator n/a 120804 19000001
Tom Beckert Sound sound rerecording 120816 14000006
Stan Polanski Sound sound rerecording 120816 14000005
Glenn Wilder Stunts stunt driver 240 19000003
Frank Orsatti Stunts stunt driver 240 19000004
Sydney A Glass Other from idea 120795 26000001
Dan Perri Titles n/a 120825 23000001
Matt "Jim" Connors Stunts stunt driver 240 19000005
James G Stewart Sound sound rerecording 120816 14000004
Winfred Tennison Sound sound recording 120816 14000003
Beverly Walker Production Consultant n/a 120897 12000002
Jeannine Oppewall Consultant design consultant 120784 12000001
Peg Cummings Set Decorator n/a 165 9000002
Ron Dawson Costumes n/a 120828 13000001
Alice Rush Costumes n/a 120828 13000002
Marvin E Lewis Sound sound recording 120816 14000002
Willie D Burton Sound sound recording 120816 14000001
Sirlord Donl Morse Makeup n/a 353 13000003
Rodney Lee Walker Actor Boy in Dime Store 1 1000043
Lee McDonald Actor Security Guard 1 1000042
Sammy Warren Actor Barney 1 1000015
Milton Selzer Actor Sumabitch 1 1000014
Leonard Gaines Actor IRS Man 1 1000013
Harry Northup Actor Hank 1 1000012
Jimmy Martinez Actor Charlie T Hernandez 1 1000016
Jerry Dahlmann Actor Superintendent 1 1000017
Stacey Baldwin Actor Debby Bartowski 1 1000020
Rock Riddle Actor Blond Thug 1 1000019
Denny Arnold Actor Unshaven Thug 1 1000018
Chip Hurd Actor Caroline Brown 1 1000011
Borah Silver Actor Dogshit Miller 1 1000010
Ed Begley Jr. Actor Bobby Joe 1 1000004
Yaphet Kotto Actor Smokey 1 1000003
Harvey Keitel Actor Jerry Bartowski 1 1000002
Harry Bellaver Actor Eddie Johnson 1 1000005
George Memmoli Actor Jenkins 1 1000006
Cliff De Young Actor John Burrows 1 1000009
Lane Smith Actor Clarence Hill 1 1000008
Lucy Saroyan Actor Arlene Bartowski 1 1000007
Steve Butts Actor Bob Bartowski 1 1000021
Stephen Dunn Actor Flannigan 1 1000022
Jerry Snider Actor Television Reporter 1 1000036
Vincent Lucchesi Actor Newspaper Reporter 1 1000035
Sean Fallon Walsh Actor Detective 1 1000034
Gino Ardito Actor Detective 1 1000033
Colby Chester Actor TV Reporter 1 1000037
Don Morse Actor Union Member 1 1000038
Almeria Quinn Actor Union Secretary 1 1000041
Tracey Walter Actor Union Member 1 1000040
William Pert Actor Union Member 1 1000039
Debra Fay Walker Actor Party Girl 1 1000032
Crystal McCarey Actor Party Girl 1 1000031
Rya Singleton Actor Aretha Brown 1 1000025
Eddie Singleton Actor Ali Brown 1 1000024
Davone Florence Actor Frazier Brown 1 1000023
Vermettya Royster Actor Neighbor 1 1000026
Jaime Carreire Actor Little Joe 1 1000027
Rosa Flores Actor Party Girl 1 1000030
Gloria Delaney Actor Party Girl 1 1000029
Victoria McFarland Actor Doris 1 1000028
Richard Pryor Actor Zeke Brown 1 1000001
Synopsis
Three guys, two African-American and one Polish, work on the production line in a Detroit automobile factory, and they are fed-up with the conditions. It dawns on them that their workers' union is doing them no greater good than their screwed-up bosses. So the trio pulls off a clumsy robbery at union HQ, in which they only gain accees to some suspicious documents that point to union links with organized crime. Suddenly they're out of their league: violence, paranoia, rivarly, and recrimination erupt around them.