Big Time (1988 film)
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|Directed by||Chris Blum|
|Produced by||Chris Blackwell (executive producer)
Catherine Peacock (associate producer)
Luc Roeg (producer)
|Written by||Kathleen Brennan
|Edited by||Glen Scantlebury|
|Distributed by||Island Visual Arts (1988) (USA) (theatrical)|
15 September 1988 (Toronto Film Festival)
30 September 1988 (New York City, New York)
12 May 1989
|90 minutes (V)
87 minutes (NYT/MFB)
|Box office||$148,426 (USA)|
Big Time is a 1988 American musical film, centered on Tom Waits.
- Tom Waits - Himself
- Michael L. Blair - Musician
- Ralph Carney - Musician
- Greg Cohen - Musician
- Marc Ribot - Musician
- Willie Schwarz - Musician
- "Frank's Wild Years"
- "Shore Leave"
- "Way Down in the Hole"
- "Hang On St. Christopher"
- "Telephone Call From Istanbul"
- "Cold, Cold Ground"
- "Straight to the Top (Vegas)"
- "Strange Weather"
- "Gun Street Girl"
- "9th and Hennepin"
- "Clap Hands"
- "Rain Dogs"
- "Train Song"
- "Sixteen Shells From a Thirty-Ought Six"
- "I'll Take New York"
- "It's More Than Rain"
- "Johnsburg, Illinois"
- "Innocent When You Dream (Barroom)"
- "Big Black Mariah"
- Filming took place wholly in Los Angeles, California, USA and San Francisco, California, USA.
- The tagline was: The concert was "the best live performance of the year." The movie is BIG TIME.
- Written reviews can be found at:
- Molitor, Stella. In: Première (France). (MG), December 1988, Pg. 21
- Wimphen, Catherine. In: Studio (France). (MG), December 1988, Pg. 28
- A review from The Washington Post can be found at: 
- A review from Jeffrey M. Anderson can be found at: 
- A review from Time Out Film Guide can be found at: 
- A review from TV Guide can be found at: 
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