Someone to Watch Over Me
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Someone to Watch Over Me

106 min
Action | Crime | Drama | Romance | Thriller
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Ridley Scott
2 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 1987-10-09
Filming Locations: Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
Budget: $17,000,000
Opening Weekend: $2,908,796 (USA) (12 October 1987)
Gross: $10,278,549 (USA)SEK 1,828,400 (Sweden)
Tom Berenger
Tom Berenger
Someone to Watch Over Me
Mimi Rogers
Claire Gregory
Lorraine Bracco
Ellie Keegan
Jerry Orbach
Lt. Garber
John Rubinstein
Neil Steinhart
Andreas Katsulas
Joey Venza
Tony DiBenedetto
T.J. (also as Tony Di Benedetto)
James E. Moriarty
Koontz (as James Moriarty)
Mark Moses
Win Hockings
Daniel Hugh Kelly
Harley Cross
Tommy Keegan
Joanne Baron
Helen Greening
Anthony Bishop
David Berman
Cop #1
Sharon K. Brecke
Bimbo (as Sharon Brecke)
Peter Carew
Christopher Cass
Rookie Cop
Jim Paul Eilers
Suzi Gilder
Pretty Young Thing (as Susi Gilder)
Mary Gillis
Mary, Claire's Maid
Billy Kane
Helen Lambros
Met Benefactress
Jack McGee
Meg Mundy
Jeff Nielsen
Tie Salesman
Harlan Cary Poe
Marilyn Rockafellow
Helen Tran
Vietnamese Girl
Harvey Vernon
Mark Voland
Plainclothes Cop #1
Anthony Caso
Chauffeur (uncredited)
John Corbett
Walker (uncredited)
Louis Durra
Pianist (uncredited)
Joey Gironda
Undercover Cop (uncredited)
Timothy Klein
Rookie Cop (uncredited)
John Sobestanovich
Line-Up Man (uncredited)
Did you know?
The film takes its title from the 1926 Gershwin (George Gershwin - Ira Gershwin) song of the same "Someone to Watch Over Me" name. This movie was made and released about sixty-one years after the song was first performed.
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First released in the same 1987 year as the similarly titled Henry Jaglom film Someone to Love (1987).
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The Gershwin song "Someone to Watch Over Me" is heard in the movie in three separate renditions. They were by: (1) Sting, heard at the start of the film (2) Roberta Flack, heard over the end credits and (3) Gene Ammons with Richard Wyands, Doug Watkins and J.C. Heard, from an original 1961 version. The Sting and Roberta Flack versions were new takes recorded especially for this movie. No movie soundtrack album for Someone to Watch Over Me (1987) was ever released. Sting's version of the song got distributed as the B-side track on his "Englishman in New York" single as well as also being included on the later 1999 compilation album "At The Movies". The Flack rendition of the song has never been officially commercially available other than where it is heard in this movie.
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The newspaper which Mike is carrying on his way to his first shift guarding Claire has the word "SUPERMEN!" on the back page. He is carrying an identical newspaper three or four days later.
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Det. Mike Keegan: Ellie, I love this ass. Now, get it into bed... before it hits the floor.
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Claire Gregory: Excuse me. this is my dressing room, and those are my clothes. Now I understand the need to be thorough, but I'd appreciate it if you would keep out of here at all times.
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Det. Mike Keegan: Hey! We got food back there, you know; all right? Hey, thanks for comin' - good to see ya. Come on in, get a drink. T.J...
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Tom Berenger
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