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The life of powerful union leader Jimmy Hoffa is the subject of this biographical drama. The focus is strongly on Hoffa's public and political life, from his early days as a labor organizer to his later conflicts with the Federal government -- and, eventually, his mysterious disappearance. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi

  • Release date:December 25, 1992

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Jack Nicholson Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 1992 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Ve Neill Best Makeup 1992 Nominee
American Society of Cinematographers Stephen H. Burum Best Cinematography 1992 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Stephen H. Burum Best Cinematography 1992 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Greg Cannom Best Makeup 1992 Nominee

Cast

Jack Nicholson
as James R. Hoffa
Danny DeVito
as Bobby Ciaro
Armand Assante
as Carol D'Allesandro
J.T. Walsh
as Fitzsimmons
John C. Reilly
as Pete Connelly
Frank Whaley
as Young Kid
Kevin Anderson
as Robert Kennedy
John Ryan
as Red Bennett
Robert Prosky
as Billy Flynn
Natalia Nogulich
as Jo Hoffa
Nicholas Pryor
as Hoffa's Attorney
Paul Guilfoyle
as Ted Harmon
Karen Young
as Young Woman at RTA
Cliff Gorman
as Solly Stein
Johnny "Cha-Cha" Ciarcia
as D'ally's Financial Adviser
Joey Dal Santo
as "Joey" Boy at RTA
Joe V. Greco
as Loading Foreman
Jonathan Hackett
as Bladesdale
Dean E. Wells
as 1st Convict
Debra Zane
Joanne Neer
as Soignee Woman
Jim Ochs
as Kreger Worker
Joe Quasarano
as Dock Worker
Don Brockett
as Police Captain
Nicholas Giordano
as Cop
Dale Young
as Father Doyle
Jennifer Nicholson
as Nurse Nun in White
Don Vargo
as Driver with Pistol
Anthony Cannata
as Organizer
Valentino Cimo
as Assailant #1
Willy Rizzo
as Scialla
Tom Finnegan
as Teamster President
Sam Nicotero
as Counterman at Laundry
John Malloy
as Counterman at Roadhouse
Louis Giambalvo
as RTA Representative
Robin Eurich
as Reporter
Robert Maffia
as Reporter #2
Gerry Becker
as Business Negotiator
Shirley Prestia
as Hoffa's Secretary
Kevin Crowley
as Reporter
Tomasino Baratta
as D'Allesandro's Man
Angela Block
as Hoffa's Daughter
Alton Bouchard
as Airplane Pilot
Dennis Tolkach
as Airplane Pilot
John Judd
as Senate Policeman
Fred Scialla
as Castratore
Christopher Otto
as Young Reporter
William Cameron
as State Trooper
Joanne Deak
as Woman in Penthouse
Richard Schiff
as Government Attorney
Allison Robinson
as Ciaro's Secretary
Steve Witting
as Eliot Cookson
Philip Perlman
as Maitre d'
Peter Spellos
as Man in Crowd
Marty Perlov
as Bartender
Tim Gamble
as Prosecutor
Gary Houston
as Government Agent in Bar
Dinah Lynch
as Barbara Hoffa
Chet Badalato
as Hoffa's Driver
David Regal
as Newsman
James "Ike" Eichling
as Prison Guard
Bill Dalzell III
as 2nd Convict
Samson Barkhordarian
as Official at Hall
Larry John Meyers
as Newsman
Sherri Mazie
as Reporter
Dave Shemo
as Young Reporter
David Sconduto
as Social Club Waiter
Jeff Howell
as Senate Reporter
Dennis Tolkach
as Airplane Pilot
Marty Perlov
as Bartender
Sam Nicotero
as Counterman at Laundry
Don Vargo
as Driver with Pistol
Joanne Deak
as Woman in Penthouse
Nicholas Giordano
as Cop
David Sconduto
as Social Club Waiter
John Malloy
as Counterman at Roadhouse
Samson Barkhordarian
as Official at Hall
Jonathan Hackett
as Bladesdale
Gary Houston
as Government Agent in Bar
Richard Schiff
as Government Attorney
Bill Dalzell III
as 2nd Convict
Tom Finnegan
as Teamster President
Chet Badalato
as Hoffa's Driver
Dinah Lynch
as Barbara Hoffa
Fred Scialla
as Castratore
Allison Robinson
as Ciaro's Secretary
Gerry Becker
as Business Negotiator
Peter Spellos
as Man in Crowd
Christopher Otto
as Young Reporter
Valentino Cimo
as Assailant #1
Joe V. Greco
as Loading Foreman
Philip Perlman
as Maitre d'
James "Ike" Eichling
as Prison Guard
William Cameron
as State Trooper
Steve Witting
as Eliot Cookson
Dean E. Wells
as 1st Convict
Angela Block
as Hoffa's Daughter
Willy Rizzo
as Scialla
Dave Shemo
as Young Reporter
Kevin Crowley
as Reporter
Shirley Prestia
as Hoffa's Secretary
Jennifer Nicholson
as Nurse Nun in White
Robert Maffia
as Reporter #2
Don Brockett
as Police Captain
David Regal
as Newsman
Tim Gamble
as Prosecutor
Louis Giambalvo
as RTA Representative
Alton Bouchard
as Airplane Pilot
Tomasino Baratta
as D'Allesandro's Man
Joe Quasarano
as Dock Worker
Dale Young
as Father Doyle
Johnny "Cha-Cha" Ciarcia
as D'ally's Financial Adviser
Sherri Mazie
as Reporter
Robin Eurich
as Reporter
Anthony Cannata
as Organizer
Joey Dal Santo
as "Joey" Boy at RTA
Larry John Meyers
as Newsman
John Judd
as Senate Policeman
Jim Ochs
as Kreger Worker
Joanne Neer
as Soignee Woman

Crew

Danny DeVito
Director
Danny DeVito
Producer
Caldecot "Cotty" Chubb
Producer
Edward R. Pressman
Producer
David Mamet
Screenwriter
Stephen H. Burum
Cinematographer
David Newman
Composer (Music Score)
Lynzee Klingman
Editor
Ronald Roose
Editor
Harold Schneider
Production Designer
Grace Gilroy
Production Designer
Ida Random
Production Designer
Gary Wissner
Art Director
Harold Schneider
Co-producer
David Mamet
Associate Producer
Joseph Isgro
Executive Producer
Deborah L. Scott
Costume Designer
Dustin Blauvelt
Camera Operator
Rick LeFevour
Stunts
Danny Aiello III
Stunts
Eddie Braun
Stunts
Jery Hewitt
Stunts
Hank Calia
Stunts
Frank Ferrara
Stunts
Richard E. Butler
Stunts
Bob Terhune
Stunts
George Fisher
Stunts
James Fierro
Stunts
Steve Lambert
Stunts
Simone Boisseree
Stunts
Tanner Gill
Stunts
Donna Evans
Stunts
Gary Baxley
Stunts
Jeff Jensen
Stunts
Peter Bucossi
Stunts
Leon Delaney
Stunts
Robert Jauregui
Stunts
Jerry Wills
Stunts
Erik Cord
Stunts
Debra Zane
Casting
Richard L. Anderson
Supervising Sound Editor
Ve Neill
Makeup
Robert "Bobby Z" Zajonc
Pilot
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