Crossing the Bridge

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For the film about Turkish music, see Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul.
Crossing The Bridge
Crossing the Bridge poster.jpg
Directed by Mike Binder
Produced by Jeffrey Silver
Robert F. Newsier
Judd Apatow
Written by Mike Binder
Starring
Music by Lisa Haley
Peter Himmelman
Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel (as Tom Sigel)
Edited by Adam Weiss
Production
company
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date
  • September 11, 1992 (1992-09-11)
Running time
103 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $479,676

Crossing the Bridge is a 1992 American drama film starring Josh Charles, Stephen Baldwin and Jason Gedrick.

Characters Mort Golden (Josh Charles), Tim Reese (Jason Gedrick) and Danny Morgan (Stephen Baldwin) are friends who embark on a dangerous drug-smuggling venture.

The film was created by Mike Binder and loosely based on Binders' friends during the late 1970s in the Detroit/Birmingham, MI area.

Much of the plot concerns the three friends driving into Canada as couriers in a drug deal. When returning to the United States at the Ambassador Bridge crossing between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, the protagonists face possible capture by authorities.

Soundtrack[edit]

Smoke on the Water - Peter Himmelman

I'd Love to Change the World - Ten Years After

Fortunate Son - Creedence Clearwater Revival

These Days - Jackson Browne

Love Song - Elton John

Bad Company - Bad Company

Locomotive Breath - Ian Anderson

The Shadow of Your Smile - Tony Bennett

Wild Thing - Jimi Hendrix

From the Beginning - Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Til It Shines - Bob Seger

Impermanent Things - Peter Himmelman

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