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Jaws 3-D
The Third Dimension Is Terror.
( Horror / Thriller )


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MPAA Rating:
PG

US Runtime: 98 min

Premiere Date:
Jul 22, 1983   [USA]
 
Director: Joe Alves
 
Writers: Peter Benchley   [novel Jaws]
Guerdon Trueblood   [story]
Carl Gottlieb
Richard Matheson
 
Producers: Alan Landsburg   [Executive Producer]
Howard Lipstone   [Executive Producer]
Rupert Hitzig   [Producer]
Ed Horwitz   [Line Producer]
David R. Kappes   [Associate Producer]
 
Cinematography: James A. Contner
 
Edited by: Randy Roberts
 
Production Companys: Alan Landsburg Productions
MCA Theatricals
Universal Pictures
 


Cast:

Dennis Quaid
Mike Brody
Bess Armstrong
Kathryn Morgan
Simon MacCorkindale
Philip FitzRoyce
Louis Gossett Jr.
Calvin Bouchard
John Putch
Sean Brody
P.H. Moriarty
Jack Tate
Dan Blasko
Dan
Liz Morris
Liz
Lisa Maurer
Ethel
Harry Grant
Shelby Overman
Andy Hansen
Silver Bullet
P.T. Horn
Funnel Guide
John Edson
Bob Woodbury
Kaye Stevens
Mrs. Kellender
Rich Valliere
Leonard Glass
Alonzo Ward
Fred
Cathy Cervenka
Sherrie
Jane Horner
Suzie
Kathy Jenkins
Sheila
Steve Mellor
Announcer
Ray Meunnich
Paramedic
Les Alford
Reporter
Gary Anstaett
Reporter
Scott Christoffel
Workman
Debbie Connoyer
Screaming Skier
Mary Davis Duncan
Reporter at Party
 
Barbara Eden
Anxious Tunnel Person
John Floren
Workman
John Gaffey
Rick
Joe Gilbert
Mr. Brit
Will Knickerbocker
Man in Crowd
Jackie Kuntarich
Skier
Edward Laurie
Tourist Dad
Holly Lisker
Girl in Tunnel
M.J. Lloyd
Pirate Girl
Carl Mazzocone
Stand-off Player
Ken Olson
Rad
Al Pipkin
Mr. Bluster
Barbara Quinn
Anxious Tunnel Person
Irene Schubert
Reporter
August Schwartz
Ted
Tony Shepherd
Beer Belly on Beach
Dolores Starling
Charlene Tutt
Daniel Stewart
Ed
Roxie Stice
Mermaid
Laurie Thomas
Shark Tour Guide
Carol Tracy
Tourist Mom
Laura Tracy
Girl in Tunnel
Patrice Wallace
Skier
Doreen Weese
Mrs. Brit
Jim Wilhelm
Randy
Kevin Tyson
Extra in Bar/Beach Spot (uncredited)
 
 

Crew:

Robert J. Ball
assistant editor
Larry Bash
assistant auditor
Peter Benchley
characters
Elin Bjorkman
wardrobe handler
Robert Boehme
extras casting
Warren Glen Chidester
production assistant
Rob Corn
intern
Michael J. Delaney
electrician
James Dillinger
electrician
Gene Engels
gaffer
James Etheridge
camera operator
Jack Lee Gary
second assistant camera
Kevin Franklin Gieb
production assistant
Wendi Haas
production office coordinator
Ed Horwitz
production associate
John Isabeau
production services
Jordan Klein Jr.
camera operator: third unit
Jordan Klein Sr.
camera operator: second unit
Jordan Klein Sr.
director of photography: open ocean
 
Jordan Klein Sr.
director: open ocean sequences
Edward W. Lowry
dolly grip
Cherylanne Martin
production assistant
Carl Mazzocone
location manager
J. Michael McClary
assistant camera
Fred L. McLane
assistant camera
Laura Petticord
production assistant
Ron Phillips
still photographer
Don Piel
camera operator
Robert T. Prate
grip
Tom Prate
key grip
Shari Rhodes
additional casting
Pete Romano
underwater camera designer
Jonathan P. Shaw
post-production assistant
John Smith
best boy
Randy L. Turtle
business affairs liaison
Ward Welton
technical advisor
James Wilberger
equipment manager
 

Special Effects:

Private Stock Effects Inc.
 
 

Miscellaneous Companies:

Angel Recording Studios, London
music recorded at
Bruel & Kjaer Instruments
underwater hydrophones
Celestial Mechanix
title design: main titles
Ferco
electrical equipment
Garage Recording Studios
music remixed at
Lion's Gate Sound
engineered at
Music Design Group
music edited at
 
Panaorama Food Services Inc.
catering
Praxis Film Works
special photographic and optical effects
Sound City Studios
engineered at
Stereovision
additional 3-D
TAJ Soundworks
foley effects
Welle Works
sound post-production
 

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)

 

Tech Info:

Color Info:
Color (Technicolor)
Cinematographic Process:
ArriVision 3-D
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Film Negative Format:
35 mm
Printed Film Format:
35 mm

Trivia:

  • This is the highest grossing 3D movie to date. ($42.2 million).
     
  • This was originally going to be a spoof of the original entitled "Jaws 3 People 0" but in the end they decided to make it a "straight" film.
     


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