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  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 10 April 1992 (UK)
  • Runtime: 144 min
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  • IMDb page: Hook (1991) Free Film Online
  • Rate: 6.5/10 total 132,854 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 10 April 1992 (UK)
  • Runtime: 144 min
  • Filming Location: Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $70,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $119,654,900 (USA)
  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: John Williams   
  • Soundtrack: Pick'em Up
  • Sound Mix: 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby SR (35 mm prints)
  • Plot Keyword: Hook | Children | Peter Pan | Captain Hook | Captain

Hook (1991) Writing Credits By:

  • J.M. Hook 1991 Barrie (books)
  • J.M. Hook 1991 Barrie (play)
  • James V. Hook 1991 Hart (screen story) (as Jim V. Hook 1991 Hart) &
  • Nick Castle (screen story)
  • James V. Hook 1991 Hart (screenplay) (as Jim V. Hook 1991 Hart) and
  • Malia Scotch Marmo (screenplay)

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Hook (1991) Known Trivia

  • The kissing couple who begin to float when some fairy dust lands on them are actually George Lucas and Carrie Fisher in a cameo. Hook 1991 7 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When the Bannings fly to England, the pilot’s voice is that of Dustin Hoffman (Captain Hook) – “This is your captain speaking…” 6 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • While Peter is on his cellphone, the children are running around him. Hook 1991 Jack stands in front of a light which makes his shadow grow large against the wall. Hook 1991 The shadow is right next to Peter while he is on the phone. Hook 1991 This is a reference to Peter Pan and his shadow. Hook 1991 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Bob Hoskins bought beer for 300+ extras after a lengthy and complicated scene was cut. Hook 1991 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The film contains a number of subtle references to the James Barrie play and book. Hook 1991 These include: * An elderly Tootles is one of the characters in the film, and is referred to as Wendy’s “first orphan”. Hook 1991 Tootles was one of the original Lost Boys. Hook 1991 * In both the book/play and the film, Wendy greets Peter by calling him “Boy”. Hook 1991 * Granny Wendy recites a prayer-like speech as she leaves Maggie and Jack in the nursery, asking the lights to guard the sleeping babes. Hook 1991 This is a direct quotation from the book. Hook 1991 In the book Mrs. Hook 1991 Darling says, “Night-lights are the eyes a mother leaves behind her to guard her children.” (Chapter 2: The Shadow) * When Tinker Bell is first trying to get Peter to remember her, she says, “I drank poison for you!” This is a direct reference to the events in Chapter 13: Do You Believe in Fairies. Hook 1991 * The invisible dinner sequence is inspired by the lines in the book: “The difference between (Peter) and the other boys at such a time was that they knew it was make-believe, while to him make-believe and true were exactly the same thing. Hook 1991 This sometimes troubled them, as when they had to make-believe that they had had their dinners.” from Chapter 6: The Little House * After human-sized Tinkerbell kisses Peter, and he remembers he has to save his children, Tink says to him, “You silly ass, Go!” In the book, Tinkerbell repeatedly calls Peter a “silly ass”. Hook 1991 * Toward the end of the Film, Tootles says “I’ve missed the adventure again, haven’t I, Peter?” This is in reference to the book, as it is mentioned that the reason Tootles was so humble was because, by some misfortune, he missed most of the adventures the Lost Boys participated in. Hook 1991 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • A number of lines in the film’s dialogue are direct homages to the James Barrie book. Hook 1991 Among them are: * “When the first baby laughed for the first time, the laugh broke into a thousands pieces and they went skipping about. Hook 1991 That was the beginning of fairies.” In the film this is recited by Granny Wendy and Maggie Banning. Hook 1991 In the book it is spoken by Peter to Wendy. Hook 1991 (Chapter 3: Come Away, Come Away!) * “I can’t come with you. Hook 1991 I have forgotten how to fly. Hook 1991 I’m old, Peter. Hook 1991 Ever so much more than twenty. Hook 1991 I grew up a long time ago.” The line is spoken by an aged Wendy to Peter in both the film and book. Hook 1991 * “Strike, Peter. Hook 1991 Strike true.” In the film this is spoken by a defeated Hook to Peter. Hook 1991 In the book it is spoken by a guilty Tootles to Peter in Chapter 6: The Little House. Hook 1991 * When Peter and his family arrive in London at the start of the film, Peter tells his Children “first impressions are the most important”. Hook 1991 In the book, Peter tells the lost boys “Look your best, first impressions are awfully important” when they first enter the house they built for Wendy in Chapter 6: The little House. Hook 1991 * When Peter confronts Hook for the final battle at the end of the film, they say: “Peter Pan, prepare to meet thy doom.” “Dark and sinister man, have at thee.” This exchange is almost directly lifted from the book, Chapter 15: Hook or Me This Time, the original line being: “Proud and insolent youth, prepare to meet thy doom.” “Dark and sinister man, have at thee.” * During the duel between Peter and Hook, Hook says “Thus perished Peter Pan”. Hook 1991 This is a flip of the original line “Thus perished Jas. Hook 1991 Hook”, which is from Chapter 15: Hook or Me This Time. Hook 1991 * Peter’s line in the Film “to live will be an awfully big adventure” refers to a line in the book where Hook says: “to die will be an awfully big adventure” in Chapter 8: the Mermaid’s Lagoon. Hook 1991 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In 1985, composer John Williams and lyricist Leslie Bricusse worked on “Hook”, being a stage musical, but the project was scrapped after about ten songs were written. Hook 1991 Only one song from the play, “When You’re Alone,” made it to the film. Hook 1991 However, many of the play’ themes can be heard in Williams’ incidental music for the film. Hook 1991 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • There were frequent good-natured “battle of wits” exchanges between Williams and Hoffman. Hook 1991 In one incident, Hoffman was not happy with his performance and asked for the scene to be re-shot. Hook 1991 Williams quipped “Try acting”: a reference to the Hoffman / Laurence Olivier exchange on the set of Marathon Man (1976). Hook 1991 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The young Peter Pan is played by Dustin Hoffman’s son. Hook 1991 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Carrie Fisher did some uncredited rewriting on the final draft of the screenplay. Hook 1991 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Tag Hook (1991): Hook (film) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hook is a 1991 American fantasy adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by James V, Hart and Malia Scotch Marmo, It stars Robin Williams as Peter Pan , Hook Film Review & Film Summary (1991) | Roger Ebert The ads for Steven Spielberg’s “Hook” ask the question, “What if Peter Pan grew up?” but the answer, alas, is that then he would probably star in a lugubrious , Hook – Trailer – YouTube Steven Spielberg’s not-so-perfect Film’s trailer, , , Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add , Watch Full Film Hook (1991) Online Free | FFilms.org Watch Full Film Hook (1991) Online Free, When Capt, Hook kidnaps his children, an adult Peter Pan must return to Neverland and reclaim his youthful spirit in order , Hook (1991) – IMDb When Captain Hook kidnaps his children, an adult Peter Pan must return to Neverland and reclaim his youthful spirit in order to challenge his old enemy, Hook (1991) Trailer – YouTube Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add Films7art ‘s video to your playlist, Hook (1991) – Box Office Mojo Hook summary of box office results, charts and release information and related links, Hook – Rotten Tomatoes – Films | Film Trailers | Reviews , The look of Hook is lively indeed but Steven Spielberg directs on autopilot here, giving in too quickly to his sentimental, syrupy qualities, Hook (1991) – .com: Online Shopping for Electronics , Find Hook at .com Films & TV, home of thousands of titles on DVD and Blu-ray, Hook (1991) – IMDb Directed by Steven Spielberg, With Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Bob Hoskins, When Captain Hook kidnaps his children, an adult Peter Pan must return ,

Goofs: Continuity: When Peter starts to fight the pirates on the ship, the first is kicked between two barrels. Hook 1991 He's on his stomach, but in the next shot transfers to his right side, and in the next to his left side.

Hook (1991) Plot: When Captain Hook kidnaps his children, an adult Peter Pan must return to Neverland and reclaim his youthful spirit in order to challenge his old enemy. Hook 1991 Full summary »  »

Hook (1991) Story: Peter Pan (Williams) has grown up to be a cut-throat merger and acquisitions lawyer, and is married to Wendy’s granddaughter. Hook 1991 Captain Hook (Hoffman) kidnaps his children, and Peter returns to Never Land with Tinkerbell (Roberts). Hook 1991 With the help of her and the Lost Boys, he must remember how to be Peter Pan again in order to save his children by battling with Captain Hook once again. Hook 1991 Written byEd Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>


Hook (1991) Synopsis: It is the present day, and the boy who was once known as Peter Pan, has become Peter Banning (Robin Williams), a businessman who is more concerned with his work than with his family, including his wife Moira (Caroline Goodall), and his two children, Jack (Charlie Korsmo) and Maggie (Amber Scott). Hook 1991 Peter is hardly able to hold his attention during Maggie’s recital of ‘Peter Pan’ (of which she is cast in the role of Wendy), and misses Jack’s baseball game, leading to Jack growing irritated at how his Dad never seems to keep his promises.

The family then take a flight to London (much to Peter’s dismay, as he hates flying), to visit Granny Wendy (Maggie Smith), who is being honored for her charitable work. Hook 1991 While Peter and Moira accompany Wendy to the party, Maggie and Jack are abducted. Hook 1991 Liza (Laurel Cronin) the housekeeper saw noone, but Tootles (Arthur Malet) who is a former Lost Boy, tells Peter that it was Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman).

The police are called, but even they are unsure of the whole thing, as the ransom note could be someone pretending to be Hook, seeing the history of the house, and of Wendy. Hook 1991 Afterwards, Wendy takes Peter aside, and explains that he must remember who he is, in order to save his children. Hook 1991 Peter is still confused, thinking Wendy is maybe in shock over what has happened.

Later that evening, sitting in the house’s nursery, Peter is surprised when a star appears to fall through the nursery window. Hook 1991 It turns out it’s Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts), who has come to help Peter. Hook 1991 However, since Peter won’t go willingly, Tink kidnaps him and takes him to Neverland.

Peter wakes up in Pirate Town, where he is quickly disguised. Hook 1991 All around him, pirates are gathering at the Jolly Roger, as Mr Smee (Bob Hoskins) presents the illustrious Captain Hook with a newly-sharpened hook. Hook 1991 Hook then revels in the pirates cheering, telling of how he killed the crocodile that had once sought to devour him, and turned it into a clock, and now, cheers at the triumph in capturing Peter Pan’s children in hopes to lead him back to Neverland and to his doom.

When Peter steps forward (still claiming to be ‘Peter Banning’), Hook is saddened to see that his once ‘great and worthy opponent’ has become a middle-aged man. Hook 1991 Still wanting to test him, Hook demands that Peter fly up the ship and touch the fingers of his children, promising they’ll go home if he can do so. Hook 1991 However, Peter reveals his fear of flying, and Smee deduces that being away from Neverland for so long, has caused Peter to forget.

Hook decrees that Peter walk the plank and wanders away, angered at being denied the war against a worthy opponent. Hook 1991 Just then, Tinkerbell appears, and promises Hook that given three days, she’ll get Peter into shape.

Peter and Tink then return to the Lost Boy’s hideout, now under the leadership of a boy named Rufio (Dante Basco), who also has possession of Peter’s sword from the olden days. Hook 1991 At first no-one believes, until a little boy named Pockets (Isaiah Robinson) speaks out. Hook 1991 Much to the displeasure of Rufio, the Lost Boys unite to help Peter get his children back.

Back on the Jolly Roger, Hook is still upset over his lot in life, until Smee hits on a master plan to make life even more miserable for Peter: get his children to love Hook. Hook 1991 Hook finds this idea ludicrous, but soon warms up to it, claiming it as ‘his idea.’

Back with the Lost Boys, Peter is put through his paces with various exercises, and even tries to fly but with no success. Hook 1991 The Lost Boys prepare a ‘Never-Feast,’ which is a meal of make-believe food. Hook 1991 Peter finds the whole thing ridiculous, and Rufio makes fun of him, which leads to a game of name-calling, that Peter soon ends up winning. Hook 1991 Peter then pretends to scoop up some food and fling it at Rufio. Hook 1991 However, this gesture soon causes Peter’s imagination to take flight, and the make-believe food now becomes real!

Meanwhile, Hook attempts to turn Maggie and Jack to his side, claiming that parents hate their children. Hook 1991 Maggie refuses to believe this, and is dragged away, while she yells for Jack to not forget their Mom and Dad, and to find a way to run home. Hook 1991 While Maggie is not easily swayed, Jack’s ire towards his Dad allows Hook to turn him easily. Hook 1991 Finding a watch on Jack that Peter had given him, Hook and Smee lead Jack to a shop full of smashed up clocks, letting Jack work out his aggressions about his Dad by smashing the clocks and Peter’s watch.

Sometime afterward, a ballgame is held with Hook in attendance. Hook 1991 Peter and the Lost Boys have also snuck over to the game, with some of the boys feeling that if Peter steals Hook’s ‘hook,’ it’ll provide him with the happy thought to fly with. Hook 1991 However, Peter sees Jack make a home run, and Hook embrace ‘his’ son, yelling, ‘my Jack!’ The vision of Hook cheering on and holding his son causes Peter to run back to the Lost Boys hideout, where he attempts in vain to try and fly. Hook 1991 Looking around, Peter soon finds Hangman’s tree, and the secret entrance inside. Hook 1991 As he looks around, Tinkerbell appears, explaining that Hook had found the tree and burned it when he didn’t come back. Hook 1991 Peter’s memory begins to come back, and he remembers his past.

Peter remembers his mother, who when he was a baby, talked about grand plans for him. Hook 1991 However, as a baby, Peter was afraid of dying, because everyone who grows up has to die someday. Hook 1991 A gust of wind blew Peter away in his perambulator one day, and it was then that Tinkerbell found him, taking him to Neverland, where he learned how to fly.

Even so, Peter missed his mother, and returned to London, only to find that he’d been ‘replaced’ by another baby that his parents had. Hook 1991 Peter then wandered in and out of open windows, where he eventually lost his shadow in the Darling’s nursery, leading to him finding Wendy. Hook 1991 Peter would continue to visit Wendy after their first adventure, but as she aged, Peter grew sad, as soon she was too old to accompany him. Hook 1991 On his last ‘visit’ to the nursery, Wendy showed him her granddaughter Moira, asleep in a nearby bed. Hook 1991 Upon seeing her, Peter proclaimed he would give her a kiss…but not like the thimble Wendy had once given him, but a real kiss. Hook 1991 It is with this revelation that Peter suddenly remembers why he left Neverland behind and grew up: he wanted to be a father.

Finding his ‘happy thought,’ Peter is able to fly again, to the joy of the Lost Boys. Hook 1991 Rufio returns Peter’s sword, and stands by him as they prepare to go to war with Hook.

Hook meanwhile, has managed to make Jack forget Peter, and now consider him (Hook) as his father. Hook 1991 Peter appears, and is at first taken aback that Jack does not recognize him, but then goes to work, battling Hook’s pirates, as the Lost Boys launch their attack.

Rufio appears, and fights off Hook, as Peter goes to rescue Maggie. Hook 1991 Returning to the Jolly Roger, Peter arrives just in time to see Hook run Rufio through with his sword. Hook 1991 With his dying words, Rufio tells Peter that he wishes he had a Dad like him. Hook 1991 These words seem to break the hold that Hook had on Jack, who looks to Peter, asking to be taken home. Hook 1991 Peter then reunites with the Lost Boys and Maggie, and they begin to leave…but not before Hook vows to continue to threaten Peter’s family forever.

Peter then jumps back into battle against Hook. Hook 1991 After some time, it appears as if Peter has the upper hand, but instead of killing Hook, Peter listens to his children, who beg him not to kill Hook. Hook 1991 Peter then tells Hook to leave. Hook 1991 Hook then pulls a dagger on Peter, pushing him against the carcass of the once killer crocodile. Hook 1991 However, Hook misses, and ends up puncturing the crocodile, who seems to return to life, and ends up eating Hook.

With Hook gone, Peter decides to return home, but leaves one of the Lost Boys named Thudbutt (Raushan Hammond) in charge, as he fought courageously in the battle.

While Maggie and Jack return to the nursery, Peter ends up in Kensington Gardens, at the base of a statue bearing his likeness. Hook 1991 Also nearby is Tinkerbell, who says her farewells to Peter. Hook 1991 Peter then returns to Wendy’s place, and greets his family, throwing his cellphone out the window when it rings regarding more business matters.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By: Hook (1991) Free Film Online

  • Gary Adelson known as co-producer
  • Craig Baumgarten known as co-producer
  • Bruce Cohen known as associate producer
  • Dodi Fayed known as executive producer
  • James V. Hook 1991 Hart known as executive producer (as Jim V. Hook 1991 Hart)
  • Kathleen Kennedy known as producer
  • Malia Scotch Marmo known as associate producer
  • Frank Marshall known as producer
  • Gerald R. Hook 1991 Molen known as producer

Watch Hook (1991) Free Full Film Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Dustin Hoffman known as Capt. Hook 1991 Hook
  • Robin Williams known as Peter Banning
  • Julia Roberts known as Tinkerbell
  • Bob Hoskins known as Smee
  • Maggie Smith known as Granny Wendy
  • Caroline Goodall known as Moira Banning
  • Charlie Korsmo known as Jack 'Jackie' Banning
  • Amber Scott known as Maggie Banning
  • Laurel Cronin known as Liza, Wendy's Housekeeper
  • Phil Collins known as Inspector Good
  • Arthur Malet known as Tootles
  • Isaiah Robinson known as Pockets
  • Jasen Fisher known as Ace
  • Dante Basco known as Rufio
  • Raushan Hammond known as Thud Butt
  • James Madio known as Don't Ask
  • Thomas Tulak known as Too Small
  • Alex Zuckerman known as Latchboy
  • Ahmad Stoner known as No Nap
  • Bogdan Georghe known as Lost Boy
  • Adam McNatt known as Lost Boy
  • René González Jr. Hook 1991 known as Additional Lost Boy
  • Brian Willis known as Additional Lost Boy
  • Brett Willis known as Additional Lost Boy
  • Ryan Francis known as Young Peter Pan
  • Max Hoffman known as 5-Year-Old Peter Pan (as Maxwell Hoffman)
  • Kelly Rowan known as Peter's Mother
  • Stephanie Furst known as Mermaid
  • Shannon Marie Kies known as Mermaid
  • Regina Russell known as Mermaid
  • Jewel Newlander Hubbard known as Peter Pan in Play
  • Jeannine Renshaw known as Drama Teacher
  • Rebecca Hoffman known as Jane in Play
  • Jeannine Wagner known as Pianist
  • Francesca Serrano known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Kevin Gasca known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Andre Bollinger known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Lauren Friedler-Gow known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Bryce Armstrong known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Margie Takeda known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Alyson Healing known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Zoe Koehler known as Lost Boy in Play
  • Scott Williamson known as Coach
  • Wayne Aten known as Umpire
  • Michael Hirshenson known as Umpire
  • Jake Hoffman known as Little League Player (as Jacob Hoffman)
  • Geoffrey Lower known as Brad
  • Don S. Hook 1991 Davis known as Dr. Hook 1991 Fields
  • Cameron Thor known as Ron
  • Brad Blumenthal known as Jim
  • Brenda Isaacs Booth known as Secretary (as Brenda Isaacs)
  • Jan Cobler known as Secretary
  • Ruth de Sosa known as Secretary
  • Stuart White known as Chauffeur
  • Gwyneth Paltrow known as Young Wendy
  • Don McLeod known as Shadow
  • Kim O'Kelley known as Prostitute
  • Beverly Polcyn known as Prostitute
  • Randi Pareira known as Prostitute
  • Mary Bond Davis known as Prostitute
  • David Crosby known as Tickles
  • Nick Tate known as Noodler
  • Tony Burton known as Bill Jukes
  • Glenn Close known as Gutless
  • Nick Ullett known as Pirate Jailer
  • Matthew Van Ginkel known as Baby Peter Banning
  • Ray Tveden known as Man in Stands
  • Kim Robillard known as Toothless Cripple
  • Michael Runyard known as Screaming Pirate (as Mike Runyard)
  • Gary Epper known as Growling Pirate
  • Robert Amico known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Jeff Bornstein known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Jimmy Buffett known as Shoe-Stealing Pirate (uncredited)
  • Lonnie Burr known as Pegleg (uncredited)
  • G. Hook 1991 Larry Butler known as Baseball Game Attendee (uncredited)
  • Brian DiMuccio known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Carrie Fisher known as Woman Kissing on Bridge (uncredited)
  • Russell Gannon known as Blacksmith (uncredited)
  • Tom Hodgins known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Rick Kleber known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Jeff Kroeger known as Lost Boy (uncredited)
  • George Lucas known as Man Kissing on Bridge (uncredited)
  • Bruce Mahler known as Pirate (uncredited)
  • Bruce Mercury known as The Drunk Pirate (uncredited)
  • John Michael known as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Lisa Wilhoit known as Baby Tinkerbell (uncredited)
  • Mark Winn known as Praising Pirate (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Hook (1991)
  • Del Acevedo known as assistant makeup supervisor (as Adelbert Acevedo)
  • Linda Benavente-Notaro known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • Edwin Butterworth known as makeup artist
  • Greg Cannom known as special makeup
  • Caryl Codon-Tharp known as hair stylist
  • Judith A. Hook 1991 Cory known as hair styles supervisor
  • Judy Crown known as hair stylist
  • Mitch Devane known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • George Edds known as makeup artist
  • Matt Falls known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • Dorothy D. Hook 1991 Fox known as assistant hair supervisor
  • Ora Green known as hair stylist (as Ora Tillman Green)
  • Ginger Grievs known as hair stylist
  • Werner Keppler known as makeup artist
  • Gus Le Pre known as hair stylist (as Gus Lepre)
  • Norma Lee known as hair stylist
  • Melanie Levitt known as makeup artist
  • John Logan known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • Moni Mansano known as makeup artist (as Mony Mansano)
  • Terry Miles known as makeup artist
  • Mike Moschella known as makeup artist (as Michael Moschella)
  • Ve Neill known as makeup artist: Julia Roberts
  • Larry Odien known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • Janna Phillips known as makeup artist
  • Steve Prouty known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • D.L. Hook 1991 Roberson known as hair stylist
  • Stephen Robinette known as hair stylist (as Stephen F. Hook 1991 Robinette)
  • Kim Santantonio known as hair stylist
  • Susan Schuler-Page known as assistant hair supervisor
  • Francine Shermaine known as hair stylist
  • Christina Smith known as makeup supervisor
  • Dulcie Smith known as makeup artist
  • Edward St. Hook 1991 George known as hair stylist: Julia Roberts
  • Julie C. Hook 1991 Steffes known as body makeup
  • Todd Tucker known as shop crew: Cannom Creations
  • Monty Westmore known as assistant makeup supervisor
  • Jeffrey Fetzer known as makeup designer (uncredited)
  • Keith VanderLaan known as makeup effects technician: Cannom Creations (uncredited)

Hook (1991) Art Department:

  • Henry Alberti known as set designer
  • Thomas Betts known as set designer
  • Steven Braund known as construction foreman
  • Jeff Brown known as greensman
  • Clete Cetrone known as construction foreman (as Clete F. Hook 1991 Cetrone)
  • Donald E. Hook 1991 Chafey Jr. Hook 1991 known as swing gang
  • Gary J. Hook 1991 Coelho known as construction foreman
  • Nathan Crowley known as junior set designer
  • Gerard A. Hook 1991 Dery known as greensman
  • Delbert Diener known as props
  • Daniel T. Hook 1991 Dorrance known as assistant art director (as Danny T. Hook 1991 Dorrance)
  • Paul Ecker known as action property painter
  • Ronald Elmer known as drapery foreman
  • Edward Eyth known as illustrator (as Edward C. Hook 1991 Eyth)
  • Jack Forwalter known as swing gang
  • Tom J. Hook 1991 Furginson known as swing gang (as Tom Furginson)
  • David Gabrielli known as construction co-coordinator (as David D. Hook 1991 Gabrielli)
  • Scott C. Hook 1991 Garrett known as swing gang
  • Anthony Gaudio known as stand-by painter: Los Angeles bluescreen unit
  • Adam Gelbart known as model maker
  • William N. Hook 1991 Greene III known as construction foreman
  • Randy Gunter known as assistant property master
  • Kirk D. Hook 1991 Hansen known as head paint foreman
  • Gary Hester known as construction foreman
  • Jay M. Hook 1991 Hirsch known as construction foreman
  • Joseph A. Hook 1991 Hodges known as set designer (as Joseph Hodges)
  • Gary Isbell known as swing gang (as Gary L. Hook 1991 Isbell Sr.)
  • Roger M. Hook 1991 Janson known as construction foreman
  • Kay Jordan known as construction accountant
  • Peter J. Hook 1991 Kelly known as set designer
  • Mark Konkel known as paint foreman
  • Robert LaPrell known as construction foreman
  • Thomas W. Hook 1991 Lay Jr. Hook 1991 known as illustrator
  • Tony Leonardi known as stand-by painter (as A.J. Hook 1991 Leonardi)
  • David Lowery known as illustrator
  • Jerry Luthart known as construction foreman
  • Kevin Mangan known as stand-by greensman
  • Mike Margaros known as construction equipment technician
  • Iain McCaig known as storyboard artist
  • Diane McKinnon known as art department assistant (as Diane K. Hook 1991 McKinnon)
  • Robert Misetich known as paint foreman (as Bob Misetich)
  • Thomas Moran known as greensman
  • Dan Ondrejko known as head greens coordinator (as Daniel L. Hook 1991 Ondrejko)
  • Joseph G. Hook 1991 Pacelli Jr. Hook 1991 known as set designer
  • Jacques Rey known as illustrator (as Jacques R. Hook 1991 Rey)
  • Thomas Romansikth known as construction foreman
  • Marvin Salsberg known as construction coordinator
  • Alex Scutti Jr. Hook 1991 known as staff shop supervisor (as Alexander Scutti Jr.)
  • Randy Syracuse known as construction foreman
  • Gus E. Hook 1991 Tasso known as construction foreman
  • Peter F. Hook 1991 Tegan known as tool foreman
  • Jeffrey Thomas known as greensman
  • Jacques Valin known as set designer
  • Gerald Wade known as props (as Gerald H. Hook 1991 Wade)
  • Mark Wade known as property master (as Mark R. Hook 1991 Wade)
  • Sheri Watson known as swing gang
  • Mark Woods known as leadman
  • John Alvin known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Mike Brooks known as propmaker (uncredited)
  • Elizabeth M. Hook 1991 Burhop known as art department research (uncredited)
  • Steve Cotroneo known as puppet fabricator, lab technician (uncredited)
  • Richard Crain known as propmaker (uncredited)
  • Kent Jones known as painter (uncredited)
  • Johnny Knight known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Frank McEldowney known as greens foreman (uncredited)
  • Greg Richards known as construction grip (uncredited)
  • Carl Robarge known as molder/caster (uncredited)
  • Billy Salsberg known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Robert Scutti known as plasterer (uncredited)
  • Bruce G. Hook 1991 Smith known as paint foreman (uncredited)
  • Valerie Sofranko known as modelmaker (uncredited)
  • Drew Struzan known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Tony Swatton known as hook and sword maker (uncredited)
  • Tom von Badinski known as welder (uncredited)




Watch Hook (1991) Free Full Film Online HD Production Companies:

  • Amblin Entertainment
  • TriStar Pictures

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  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes and dollies
  • Creative Casting  additional casting
  • Epic Soundtrax  soundtrack released by
  • Glen Glenn Studios  sound re-recorded at
  • Hansard  process compositing
  • Jo Anne Kane Music Services  music preparation
  • Jones Rigging Equipment Ltd.  ship riggings
  • Film Movers  cast trailers
  • Film Movers  wardrobe trailer
  • Nettman/Matthews  remote control camera systems
  • Pacific Title  titles and opticals
  • Sony Pictures Studios Scoring Stage  music re-recorded at
  • TAJ Soundworks  foley
  • Todd-AO Scoring Stage  sound re-recorded at

Hook (1991) Distributors:

  • TriStar Pictures (1991) (USA) (theatrical)
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1994) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Video (1991) (USA) (VHS)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Video (2000) (USA) (DVD)
  • Columbia TriStar Home Video (2002) (USA) (DVD)
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  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2006) (USA) (DVD)
  • Columbia TriStar Film (1992) (Germany) (theatrical)
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  • LK-TEL (2000) (Argentina) (VHS) (re-edited)
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Other Stuff

Hook (1991) Free Film Online Special Effects:

  • Character Shop
  • Industrial Light & Magic (ILM)

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  • Jonathan Ackley known as digital department
  • Barbara Affonso known as model department
  • Jon Alexander known as optical department
  • Leah Anton known as computer graphics
  • Joel Aron known as digital department
  • Gordon Baker known as effects animator
  • Bill Barr known as stage department
  • Randall K. Hook 1991 Bean known as scanning
  • Kathleen Beeler known as digital department
  • Tom Bertino known as rotoscope artist
  • David Biedny known as digital department
  • Jean Bolte known as model department
  • Eric Brevig known as visual effects supervisor
  • Kim Bromley known as visual effects production coordinator (as Kim Bromley Carson)
  • Anne Calanchini known as visual effects production coordinator
  • Colin Campbell known as effects camera
  • Cindy Canejo known as rotoscope artist
  • Dave Carson known as computer graphics
  • Eric Chauvin known as matte artist
  • Kristen D. Hook 1991 Chidel known as visual effects production assistant (as Kristen D. Hook 1991 Niederholzer)
  • Charlie Clavadetscher known as motion/wing supervisor
  • Susan Adele Colletta known as visual effects department coordinator
  • Michael Conte known as digital department: ILM
  • Michael Cummins known as model department
  • David Cutler known as effects animator
  • Debbie Denise known as visual effects department coordinator
  • Rob Doherty known as stage department
  • Giovanni Donovan known as model department
  • Jeff Doran known as optical department
  • Dick Dova known as stage department
  • Lisa Drostova known as rotoscope artist
  • Selwyn Eddy known as optical department (as Selwyn Eddy III)
  • Leslie Ekker known as chief model maker (as Leslie George Ekker)
  • John Ellis known as optical photography supervisor: ILM
  • Mike Ellis known as optical department
  • Christopher Evans known as matte artist (as Chris Evans)
  • Rachel Falk known as computer graphics
  • Stefen Fangmeier known as computer graphics supervisor (as Stefen M. Hook 1991 Fangmeier)
  • Bob Fernley known as optical department
  • Bob Finley III known as stage department
  • Jonathan French known as computer graphics
  • Jack Gallagher known as plate photography coordinator: ILM
  • George Gambetta known as scanning
  • Tim Geideman known as optical department
  • Bruno George known as digital effects supervisor
  • Rocco Gioffre known as matte artist
  • Michael Gleason known as visual effects editor
  • James M. Hook 1991 Goodman known as scanning
  • Diana Gorsiske known as computer graphics
  • Rae Griffith known as visual effects production coordinator (as Rae Ann Griffith)
  • James Hagedorn known as digital department (as Jim Hagedorn)
  • Andrew Haldeman known as effects animator
  • Nelson Hall known as optical department
  • David Heron known as stage department (as Dave Heron)
  • Geoff Heron known as stage department
  • Edward Hirsh known as bluescreen unit manager (as Edward T. Hook 1991 Hirsh)
  • John Horn known as digital department
  • Sandy Houston known as digital department
  • Peg Hunter known as optical department
  • Tom L. Hook 1991 Hutchinson known as computer graphics
  • Stephanie S. Hook 1991 Jaffee known as visual effects production assistant
  • Brad Jerrell known as stage department
  • Harley Jessup known as visual effects art director
  • Victor Jimenez known as effects animator
  • George H. Hook 1991 Joblove known as digital department
  • Keith Johnson known as optical department
  • Paul D. Hook 1991 Johnson known as effects animator (as Paul Johnson)
  • Ed Jones known as visual effects executive in charge of post-production (as Ed L. Hook 1991 Jones)
  • Sandra Ford Karpman known as CG fire removal supervisor (as Sandra R. Hook 1991 Ford)
  • Suella Kennedy known as digital department
  • Jennifer Lee known as optical department
  • Jeffrey B. Hook 1991 Light known as digital department
  • James Lim known as optical department
  • Keith London known as model department
  • Shari Malyn known as visual effects department coordinator
  • Jim May known as visual effects editor
  • Roberto McGrath known as visual effects editorial
  • Richard Miller known as model department
  • Terry Molatore known as rotoscope artist
  • Jack Mongovan known as rotoscope supervisor
  • Ron Moreland known as computer graphics
  • Tim Morgan known as stage department
  • Jim Morris known as visual effects executive in charge of production
  • Ellen Mueller known as rotoscope artist
  • George Murphy known as digital department
  • Patrick T. Hook 1991 Myers known as motion/wing supervisor
  • John Napier known as visual consultant
  • Dan Nelson known as stage department
  • Kimberly K. Hook 1991 Nelson known as visual effects producer
  • Lori J. Hook 1991 Nelson known as optical department
  • Michael Olague known as stage department (as Mike Olague)
  • Ease Owyeung known as model department
  • Lorne Peterson known as modelshop supervisor
  • Joshua Pines known as digital scanning supervisor
  • Ellen Poon known as computer graphics
  • James E. Hook 1991 Price known as digital department (as James Price)
  • Steve Price known as digital department
  • Steve Reding known as effects camera
  • Carolyn Ensle Rendu known as digital department (as Carolyn Rendu-Ensle)
  • Pat Repola known as optical department
  • Louis Rivera known as visual effects editorial
  • Thomas Rosseter known as optical department (as Tom Rosseter)
  • Debbie Smith known as rotoscope artist (as Debra Bainum)
  • Kenneth Smith known as optical department
  • Tony Sommers known as model department
  • Anthony Stacchi known as effects animator
  • Mark Sullivan known as supervising matte artist
  • Eric Swenson known as effects camera
  • Wes Takahashi known as animation supervisor (as Wes Ford Takahashi)
  • David Tanaka known as visual effects production assistant
  • Yusei Uesugi known as matte artist
  • I.J. Hook 1991 Van Perre known as stage department
  • Bruce Walters known as effects camera supervisor
  • Judith Weaver known as visual effects production coordinator
  • Robert Weaver known as digital department
  • John Whisnant known as optical department
  • Jeffrey Wilkins known as model department
  • Debra Wolff known as optical department
  • John Andrew Berton Jr. Hook 1991 known as computer graphics supervisor (uncredited)
  • Brian Gernand known as model maker: ILM (uncredited)
  • Wade Howie known as digital effects artist (uncredited)
  • Al Magliochetti known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Terrence Masson known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Joe Pasquale known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Dan Platt known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • William Powloski known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Daniel Alan Ross known as CGI technical assistant: ILM (uncredited)
  • Jon Warren known as model maker (uncredited)

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