The Night We Called It a Day (film)

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The Night We Called It a Day
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Movie Poster
Directed by Paul Goldman
Written by Peter Clifton
Michael Thomas
Starring Dennis Hopper
Melanie Griffith
Portia de Rossi
Joel Edgerton
Rose Byrne
David Hemmings
Distributed by ContentFilm International
Release dates 2003
Running time 97 minutes
Country Australia
Language English

The Night We Called It a Day (2003) is an Australian film directed by Paul Goldman starring Dennis Hopper as Frank Sinatra and Melanie Griffith as Barbara Marx, and featuring Portia de Rossi, Joel Edgerton, Rose Byrne, and David Hemmings. The movie is based on the true events surrounding Sinatra's 1974 tour in Australia. When the singer calls a local reporter (de Rossi) a "two-bit hooker", every union in the country black-bans the star until he issues an apology.

The film is also titled All the Way.[1][2][3]

Cast[edit]

Dennis Hopper ... Frank Sinatra
Melanie Griffith ... Barbara Marx
Portia de Rossi ... Hilary Hunter
Joel Edgerton ... Rod Blue
Rose Byrne ... Audrey Appleby
David Hemmings ... Mickey Rudin
David Field ... Bob Hawke
Victoria Thaine ... Penny
Stephen O'Rourke ... Jilly Rizzo
Nicholas Hope ... Phil
George Vidalis ... Vinny
Peter Demlakian ... Ruby
Tony Barry ... Ralph Blue
Vincent Ball ... Rex Hooper
Jennifer Hagan ... Doris
Nicholas Papademetriou... Luigi
Tom Burlinson...Frank Sinatra (singing voice)

Box office[edit]

The Night We Called It a Day grossed $502,561 at the box office in Australia.[4]

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