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All Night Long Details


Gene Hackman plays a disgruntled suburbanite who manages the Ultra-Sav, an all-night drugstore. He hates his job, hates his debts and responsibilities, and isn't overly fond of his wife (Diane Ladd) and son (Dennis Quaid). Partly as a form of protest, Hackman enters into an affair with Barbra Streisand, one of his wife's distant relatives (don't ask how she's related - it takes Hackman about thirty seconds to explain it to another character). Streisand doesn't belong in this picture at all, but she can be forgiven her acting excesses because she wasn't the first choice for the role anyway (Lisa Eichhorn dropped out just before shooting began). The best moments in All Night Long involve the steady stream of oddballs and losers who trickle into Hackman's establishment. There is also a cute Lisa Eichhorn parody involving a battery-operated toy helicopter. The principal attraction of All Night Long is Gene Hackman playing an endearingly recognizable modern type. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Release date:April 17, 1963


Gene Hackman
as George Dupler
Barbra Streisand
as Cheryl Gibbons
Diane Ladd
as Helen Dupler
Dennis Quaid
as Freddie Dupler
Kevin Dobson
as Bobby Gibbons
William Daniels
as Richard H. Copleston
Hamilton Camp
as Buggoms
Terry Kiser
as Ultra-Sav day manager
Charles Siebert
as Nevins
Raleigh Bond
as Ultra-Sav doctor
Annie Girardot
as French teacher
Jim Nolan
as Grandfather Gibbons
Judy Kerr
as Joan Gibbons
Tandy Cronyn
as Shuster's Secretary
Peggy Pope
as Waitress
Richard Stahl
as Pharmacist
Marilyn Tokuda
as Michele Miller
James Ingersoll
as Hutchinson
Gary Allen
as Desk Clerk
Virginia Kiser
as Virginia
Mitzi Hoag
as Nurse
Faith Minton
as Holdup Woman
Bonnie Bartlett
as Patricia
Ann Doran
as Grandmother Gibbons
Charles White Eagle
as Gibson Lone Wolf
Jesse Lawrence Ferguson
as Jacob Horowitz
Chris Mulkey
as Russell Monk
Lomax Study
as Old Security Guard
Nicholas Mele
as Shoplifter
Len Lawson
as Barney
Irene Tedrow
as Loft Landlady
Demetre Phillips
as Carpenter


Jean-Claude Tramont
Jerry Weintraub
W.D. Richter
Philip H. Lathrop
Ira Newborn
Composer (Music Score)
Richard Hazard
Composer (Music Score)
Marion Rothman
Ray Simm
Production Designer
Peter Jamison
Production Designer
Fran Roy
Associate Producer
Terry Donnelly
Associate Producer
Linda Spheeris
Set Designer
Nancy McArdle
Costume Designer
Albert Wolsky
Costume Designer
Donna Garrett