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Django sin cadenas

Django sin cadenas
Django sin cadenas Rating: 81 out of 100 based on 51 reviews.

Django (Jamie Foxx) y su esposa, Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) se venden en una subasta de esclavos. Mientras Broomhilda se vende a un comprador desconocido, Django es comprado por los hermanos Speck (James Remar y James Russo). Cuando Django y un número de esclavos están siendo transportados a través del país, los hermanos son enfrentados por el Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), un dentista alemán antiguo que se volvió cazador de recompensas que utiliza su antigua profesión de dentista como cubierta. Schultz libera a Django de los hermanos Speck y los mata. Después de escapar, Schultz le da a Django la opción de ayudarlo a cazar y matar a los hermanos frágiles; una banda de despiadados asesinos a los que necesita para reconocer a Django para él. A cambio, Schultz va a liberar de la esclavitud de Django completamente y ayudarlo a encontrar y rescatar a Broomhilda del encantador pero brutal Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), propietario de Candyland, una plantación de esclavos donde son entrenados para luchar por el deporte y las mujeres esclavas se ven obligadas a ejercer la prostitución. Django está de acuerdo, y los dos se van después de Candie y la banda quebradiza.

Después de cazar y matar a los hermanos frágil, Schultz asume a Django como su socio en la caza de recompensas. Django demuestra talento para ello, pero muestra cierta inquietud inicial. Después de recoger un número de recompensas durante el curso del invierno, Schultz y Django confirman que Calvin Candie es propietario actual de Broomhilda. Ellos idean un plan donde los dos se hacen pasar por compradores potenciales de uno de los combatientes esclavos de Candie para llegar a la esposa de Django, después de anotar una invitación al rancho de Candie. Están de acuerdo en comprar un esclavo de Candie, con Broomhilda comprada, así como un lado para el Dr. Schultz, como Broomhilda habla alemana. Sin embargo, Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson), esclavo de Candie en la cabeza de la casa, se da cuenta de que Schultz y Django están realmente allí para Broomhilda y Candie exige 12.000 dólares por ella, o para matarla delante de Django. Ellos están de acuerdo, pero durante la firma del papeleo, Schultz, enfurecido por el comportamiento de Candie, mata a Candie antes de ser fusilado. Django sacrifica una gran parte de la casa antes de ser capturado. Stephen ingenia a Django para ser enviado a una mina de carbón a trabajar hasta la muerte, pero en el camino, Django convence a los negreros que él es un cazador de recompensas, mostrándoles el volante de su primera muerte. Después de ser liberado, mata a los conductores de esclavos y las unidades de vuelta al rancho, matando al resto de la casa, dejando a Stephen vivo dentro de Candieland, y se va como la casa es dinamitada. Antes de salir de Candieland, Django también tiene el certificado de libertad de Broomhilda que Candie había firmado como parte del acuerdo de compra: Por fin los dos, Django y Broomhilda están oficialmente en libertad.

Interpretación
Christoph Waltz

Dr. King Schultz
Leonardo DiCaprio

Calvin Candie
Kerry Washington

Broomhilda von Shaft
Walton Goggins

Billy Crash
Dennis Christopher

Leonide Moguy
James Remar

Butch Pooch / Ace Speck
David Steen

Mr. Stonesipher
Laura Cayouette

Lara Lee Candie-Fitzwilly
Ato Essandoh

D'Artagnan
Clay Donahue Fontenot

Big Fred's Opponent
Producción
Director:Quentin Tarantino
Producer:William Paul Clark (associate producer)
Pilar Savone (producer)
Michael Shamberg (executive producer)
Stacey Sher (producer)
James W. Skotchdopole (executive producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Shannon McIntosh (executive producer)
Reginald Hudlin (producer)
Writer:Quentin Tarantino (written by)
Valoraciones de Django sin cadenas
RedEye
I couldn’t listen to writer-director Quentin Tarantino talk for an especially long time, but the guy’s got a remarkable knack for dialogue. His characters, and the highly cinematic scenes he creates for them, command the screen.
Leer crítica21 dic 2012
MovieCrypt.com
After taking on crime drama, pulp novelization, blaxploitation, samurai swordplay, grindhouse, and even war films, Quentin Tarantino set his sights on another classic genre to give it his unique sense of spin: the Western.
Leer crítica30 dic 2012
Reel Views
One of the great strengths of Quentin Tarantino's films is the way his love of cinema permeates every frame. From subtle, throw-away lines and in-jokes to more obvious nods (such as the "old fashioned" Columbia logo at the beginning or the '70s-style...
Leer crítica23 dic 2012
Reel Film Reviews
At more than two-and-a-half hours, Django Unchained ultimately establishes itself as Quentin Tarantino's most uneven endeavor to date - with the impressively engrossing first half giving way to an erratically-paced latter stretch that's rife...
Leer crítica2 feb 2013
The A.V. Club
Quentin Tarantino has devoted the last decade to meticulously crafting enormously satisfying B-movie revenge fantasies for sexy women (Kill Bill, Death Proof), Jews (Inglourious Basterds) and now, with his explosive slavery-themed...
Leer crítica24 dic 2012
Valoraciones de Django sin cadenas
RedEye
I couldn’t listen to writer-director Quentin Tarantino talk for an especially long time, but the guy’s got a remarkable knack for dialogue. His characters, and the highly cinematic scenes he creates for them, command the screen.
Leer crítica21 dic 2012
MovieCrypt.com
After taking on crime drama, pulp novelization, blaxploitation, samurai swordplay, grindhouse, and even war films, Quentin Tarantino set his sights on another classic genre to give it his unique sense of spin: the Western.
Leer crítica30 dic 2012
Reel Views
One of the great strengths of Quentin Tarantino's films is the way his love of cinema permeates every frame. From subtle, throw-away lines and in-jokes to more obvious nods (such as the "old fashioned" Columbia logo at the beginning or the '70s-style...
Leer crítica23 dic 2012
Reel Film Reviews
At more than two-and-a-half hours, Django Unchained ultimately establishes itself as Quentin Tarantino's most uneven endeavor to date - with the impressively engrossing first half giving way to an erratically-paced latter stretch that's rife...
Leer crítica2 feb 2013
The A.V. Club
Quentin Tarantino has devoted the last decade to meticulously crafting enormously satisfying B-movie revenge fantasies for sexy women (Kill Bill, Death Proof), Jews (Inglourious Basterds) and now, with his explosive slavery-themed...
Leer crítica24 dic 2012
Movies.com
To call Quentin Tarantino's films messy is a sky-blue, water-wet sort of thing. It no longer counts as a problem; it's where the man lives. His films digress and sprawl, they slow down, they explode back to life, they detour into comedy or extreme...
Las Vegas Weekly
Whatever their various failings, Quentin Tarantino’s movies are consistently bold, inventive and unique. They’re sometimes fiascos, but they’re always interesting to watch. As Tarantino has achieved greater success and acclaim, he’s had an...
Leer crítica19 dic 2012
Orlando Weekly
In Quentin Tarantino's Old South, white men are evil; black men are either submissive, simpering Uncle Toms or savagely beaten on a regular basis; and nearly everyone utters the N-word and F-word more frequently than a 19th-century Charleston slave...
Leer crítica19 dic 2012
Crave Online
When Quentin Tarantino does historical revisionism, he does it with a giant red Sharpie. I’m happy to thank him for this. After rewriting the anticlimactic finale of World War II as a cathartic revenge fantasy in 2009’s Inglourious Basterds...
Leer crítica20 dic 2012
LarsenOnFilm
It's hard to call Django Unchained a return to form for Quentin Tarantino, considering a sense of form is the one thing he's always had. But in the way this movie uses genre style to make us wrestle with the allure of righteous revenge, Django is a...
Laramie Movie Scope
“Django Unchained” is a delightful mashup of blaxploitation films like “Shaft” (One of the characters is in this film, a female slave, is named Broomhilda von Shaft. A coincidence? I don't think so.) and spaghetti westerns like “For a Few Dollars More.”
Leer crítica25 dic 2012
Mark Reviews Movies
Django Unchained is a chronicle of a most reprehensible chapter in American history, seen through the amoral prism of the Spaghetti Western and drenched in blood and spit—but mostly blood. The film is as violent as its genre trappings and as cruel as...
Leer crítica23 dic 2012
Aisle Seat
Django Unchained is everything you want from a Quentin Tarantino movie, with a few new things added in. Tarantino has mastered colorful dialogue and funky, uber-violent action. Now he reveals a social awareness previously unseen in his work.
StarTribune.com
Quentin Tarantino's colorful patchwork makes an old-fashioned genre fresh and interesting, assembling familiar elements in unfamiliar ways, and spinning stock characters in surprising (sometimes even deep) directions. He teases us with eccentrically...
Leer crítica26 dic 2012
Shockya.com
You can always count on Quentin Tarantino to go big and take chances to offer up some of the most wildly engaging, entertaining and all-around enjoyable experiences cinema’s got to offer.
Leer crítica23 dic 2012
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
The profusely bloody, over-the-top Django Unchained is its writer-director’s spaghetti western of the American South.
Leer crítica4 ene 2013
filmjabber
When Quentin Tarantino is lurking, no genre is safe. After checking crime, kung fu, grindhouse and war movies off his list - not to mention whatever Pulp Fiction was - Quentin Tarantino turns his sights on westerns with Django Unchained.
CinemaBlend.com
Quentin Tarantino is without question one of the greatest filmmaker of the modern age. Over 20 years he has helped reinvent the crime genre, thrown traditional structure out the window, and created characters and shepherded performances that will...
HollywoodChicago.com
Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” has some undeniable pleasures, the kind that erupt from the screenwriting abilities of one of the best movie scribes alive. Tarantino’s way with words and plotting are as honed as ever and he directs his...
Leer crítica21 dic 2012
NorthShoreMovies.net
In “Lincoln,” we witness the battle over the 13th Amendment, which ended slavery in this country. However, President Lincoln’s concern was less the horrors of enslaving human beings than with ending once and for all an issue that had divided the...
Leer crítica25 dic 2012
The Film Yap
“Django Unchained” may just be Quentin Tarantino’s most purely entertaining film since … ever.
Leer crítica25 dic 2012
Rolling Stone
Welcome to alternative History 101 with Professor Quentin Tarantino. In his last class, cataloged as Inglourious Basterds, Tarantino burned down the damn Third Reich, Hitler included. This time, with Django Unchained, he lines up slave traders...
Leer crítica13 dic 2012
stltoday.com
Early in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” a young African-American soldier meets the president of the United States on a bloody battlefield and starts reciting the Gettysburg Address like James Earl Jones. Late in Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,”...
Leer crítica24 dic 2012
Eric D. Snider
Quentin Tarantino’s eighth feature film, “Django Unchained,” is his longest, his most narratively straightforward, and his N-word-iest. The godfather of modern gonzo filmmaking addresses American slavery and race relations the same way he has addressed...
Washington Post
There’s something perversely appropriate about Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” being released the same year as “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” and Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” -- one of which takes brazen creative liberties with history...
Leer crítica25 dic 2012
Hudak on Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino is at his best when he gets out of his own way. Specifically, his tendency to over-write dialog scenes – and then not cut them down when editing – is often his worst quality. But when he’s bold, stylish, clever and concise, as he is...
Monsters and Critics
A fine example of unabashed bloodletting in the context of the two worst applications of capitalism in our history, bounty hunting and slavery.
Leer crítica19 dic 2012
News Blaze
There's a sensible reason why nobody ever wanted to be an Indian whenever we played Cowboys and Indians as kids. That's because the white man was invariably the hero of the Westerns on which we'd been weaned, while the red man had always been...
Leer crítica28 dic 2012
ComingSoon.net
The time: two years before the Civil War. The place: the deep south. The person: Django (Jamie Foxx) slave being slow walked across to auction in Texas. Or at least he was until his band his stopped by dentist turned bounty hunter...
NOLA.com
"Django Unchained," contrary to popular belief, isn't writer-director Quentin Tarantino's first Western. In fact, with the possible exception of "Pulp Fiction," he's been making them his whole career.
Leer crítica25 dic 2012
Sacramento News & Review
Just know it's the sort of movie whose premiere gets postponed in the wake of school shootings and whose dialogue contains so many N-bombs that people have glumly gotten down to counting them. Sure, the word was common enough in the 1850s, but Quentin...
Leer crítica27 dic 2012
iHaveNet.com
In "Django Unchained," which has its moments of devilish glee in and among dubious wallows in numbing slaughter, writer-director-trash compactor Quentin Tarantino delivers a mashup of several hundred of his favorite movies, all hanging, like barnacles...
Movie Web
Quentin Tarantino continues to astound as one of the most fearless filmmakers in Hollywood. His latest, Django Unchained, is the wildest cinematic ride of the year. Tarantino marries his love of seventies pulp B-movies and sixties spaghetti...
Leer crítica20 dic 2012
EFilmCritic.com
Like most of his other films, Quentin Tarantino’s "Django Unchained" feels like a summing-up, a resuscitation of forgotten subgenres, another thick volume of "The Portable Quentin Tarantino" — which, given the writer-director’s penchant for lengthy...
Leer crítica31 dic 2012
New York Post
"Django Unchained” might have been a revelation in 2005. But after Quentin Tarantino and others have spent years spoofing ’60s and ’70s genre movies, this mock spaghetti Western tastes like it came out of the microwave.
Leer crítica20 dic 2012
St. Petersburg Times
Before we go any further, let's get one thing straight: Quentin Tarantino's latest masterpiece, Django Unchained, has an astounding amount of lines featuring the n-word.
Leer crítica20 dic 2012
Entertainment Weekly
It would now be a surprise if a new Quentin Tarantino movie didn't dip into the well of '70s grind-house cinema. Django Unchained, Tarantino's deliriously kicky and shameless (and also overly long and scattershot) racial-exploitation epic, is set...
Leer crítica13 dic 2012
Slant Magazine
Lately for Quentin Tarantino, it's all about scar tissue. Death Proof introduced Kurt Russell's Stuntman Mike, a mangled mound of battered flesh, a movie-made maniac that remains the most thoroughly Tarantino-y Tarantino character this side of...
Leer crítica12 dic 2012
Kc
Quentin Tarantino อีกหนึ่งผู้กำกับที่เรียกได้ว่ามีสไตล์เป็นของตัวเองสูงมากๆ ไม่ว่าจะเป็นด้านการเล่าเรื่อง, ความรุนแรง และตัวละครที่สุดจะสร้างสรรค์ และสำหรับ Django Unchained นี้ก็นับเป็นผลงานที่สมบูรณ์มากๆอีกเรื่องของเควนตินที่มองข้ามไม่ได้...
Leer crítica27 ene 2013
MovieXclusive.com
So Quentin Tarantino’s latest work took home two Oscars at the recent Academy Awards. Austrian German actor Christoph Waltz received his second Best Supporting Actor accolade, and Tarantino was honoured with the Best Original Screenplay prize.
IBNLive
You don't complain about excessive violence if you've chosen to watch a Quentin Tarantino film. But in 'Django Unchained', his homage to spaghetti westerns set in the pre-Civil War era of black slaves and ruthless white oppressors...
Leer crítica23 mar 2013
India Today
How does he get it so right every time? There is a harmonic madness about Quentin Tarantino's world that never ceases to amaze. The man had already turned the act of surprising into a form of cinematic art.
Leer crítica22 mar 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
In Sergio Corbucci’s Django, the 1966 spaghetti Western from which Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained draws its protagonist’s name, the titular gunslinger (played by the indomitable Franco Nero, who makes an amusing, wink-wink cameo in Tarantino’s film)
TotalFilm.com
One of Django Unchained's many teaser trailers showed a poster advertising a $2,000 reward for a train robber called Edwin Porter.
Leer crítica16 ene 2013
Empire
Another strong, sparky and bloody entry in the QT canon. Although, creaking under its running time, it’s not quite as uproariously entertaining as his last pseudo-historical adventure, Inglourious Basterds.
Express.co.uk
DJANGO Unchained is Quentin Tarantino’s first “big subject” movie - slavery - and it seems to have given him back his purpose as a filmmaker after the boring, nihilistic Kill Bill movies and the fitfully entertaining but pointless Inglorious Basterds.
Leer crítica18 ene 2013
canada.com
The universe of Quentin Tarantino is populated by characters who aren’t exactly real, but rather combine a jumble of movie types — the cool/stoned hitmen of Pulp Fiction, say, or the spiritual/violent kung fu masters of Kill Bill — into a pastiche...
Leer crítica21 dic 2012
Time Out London
In the past decade there were those who – perfectly reasonably – assumed that Quentin Tarantino’s hour had passed. Following the exhaustive movie-geek sprawl of the ‘Kill Bill’ movies, the crass, near-unwatchable indulgence of ‘Death Proof’ and the...
Shadows on the Wall
Django Unchained With a wildly uneven combination of comedy and violence, this energetic romp keeps us engaged with snappy characters and unexpected plotting. But even with its intense themes and complex revenge storyline, the film feels unusually...
Leer crítica7 dic 2012
Digital Spy
Quentin Tarantino is a director off the leash and at the peak of his powers, colourfully demonstrated in this pseudo-spaghetti western starring Jamie Foxx. The original Django (Franco Nero directed by Sergio Corbucci in 1966) also appears briefly, but...
Leer crítica17 dic 2012
Boston Phoenix
With Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino rewrote the end of World War II, going big as he reduced Hitler to something very small: a corpse riddled with bullets fired by Jewish hit men. Historically inaccurate to say the least, it was also...
Leer crítica28 dic 2012
Interpretación
Jamie Foxx...Django
Christoph Waltz...Dr. King Schultz
Leonardo DiCaprio...Calvin Candie
Kerry Washington...Broomhilda von Shaft
Samuel L. Jackson...Stephen
Walton Goggins...Billy Crash
Dennis Christopher...Leonide Moguy
James Remar...Butch Pooch / Ace Speck
David Steen...Mr. Stonesipher
Dana Gourrier...Cora
Nichole Galicia...Sheba
Laura Cayouette...Lara Lee Candie-Fitzwilly
Ato Essandoh...D'Artagnan
Sammi Rotibi...Rodney
Clay Donahue Fontenot...Big Fred's Opponent
James Russo...Dicky Speck
Zoë Bell...Tracker
Franco Nero...Amerigo Vessepi
Bruce Dern...Old Man Carrucan
Jonah Hill...Bag Head #2
Amber Tamblyn...Daughter of a Son of a Gunfighter
Michael Parks...The LeQuint Dickey Mining Co. Employee
Don Johnson...Big Daddy
Tom Savini...Tracker
M.C. Gainey...Big John Brittle
Tom Wopat...U.S. Marshall Gill Tatum
Cooper Huckabee...Lil Raj Brittle
Edrick Browne...Joshua
Danièle Watts...Coco
Shannon Hazlett...Daughtrey Saloon Girl
Miriam F. Glover...Betina
Jake Garber...Tracker
Christopher Berry...Willard
James Parks...Tracker
Doc Duhame...Ellis Brittle
Escalante Lundy...Big Fred
Michael Bowen...Tracker
John Jarratt...The LeQuint Dickey Mining Co. Employee
Don Stroud...Sheriff Bill Sharp
Russ Tamblyn...Son of a Gunfighter
Lee Horsley...Sheriff Gus (Snowy Snow)
Ted Neeley...Tracker
Omar J. Dorsey...Chicken Charlie
Quentin Tarantino...The LeQuint Dickey Mining Co. Employee
Robert Carradine...Tracker
Todd Allen...Dollar Bill
Rex Linn...Tennessee Harry
Lewis Smith...Jinglebells Cody
Ned Bellamy...Wilson
Kinetic...Franklin
Sharon Pierre-Louis...Little Jody
Evan Parke...Baghead
Michael Bacall...Smitty Bacall
Jarrod Bunch...Banjo
Jamal Duff...Tatum
Ritchie Montgomery...Overseer Johnny Jerome
Kim Robillard...Saloon Keeper Pete
David Coennen...Mr. Wigglesworth
Shana Stein...Daughtrey Bitty
Dane Rhodes...Tennessee Redfish
Kim Collins...Randy
Craig Stark...Pedestrian and Tommy Gilles
Louise Stratten...Daughtrey Saloon Girl
Amari Cheatom...Roy
Keith Jefferson...Pudgy Ralph
Lil Chuuch...Slave on Chain Gang
Jack Lucarelli...Daughtrey Rifleman
Victoria Thomas...Daughtrey Woman
Ronan Hice
Jon Eyez
Nicholas Dashnaw...Baghead
Kerry Sims
Keniaryn Mitchell
Jakel Marshall...House Servant
Carl Singleton...Carl / House Servant
Ashley Toman
J.D. Evermore...O.B.
Brian Brown...Hoot Peters
Marcus Henderson...Slave on Chain Gang
John McConnell
LaTeace Towns-Cuellar...Cleo (uncredited)
Gary Grubbs...Bob Gibbs (uncredited)
Misty Upham...Minnie (uncredited)
Catherine Lambert...House Slave (uncredited)
Johnny Otto...Dr. Brown (uncredited)
Edward J. Clare...Plantation Owner (uncredited)
Erin Pickett...Woman with Rifle (uncredited)
Tenaj L. Jackson...Pony (uncredited)
Glen Warner...Slave Overseer (uncredited)
Monica Rene'e Anderson...House Servant (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc...Cleo Club Patron / Polly Wolly Singer (uncredited)
Carl Bailey...Mandingo Overseer (uncredited)
Skipper Landry...Cleo Master (uncredited)
Takara Clark...Pony (uncredited)
Kimberley Drummond...Pony (uncredited)
Ross P. Cook...Overseer (uncredited)
Mark Ulano...Gabby the Banker (uncredited)
Gregory Allen Gabroy...Overseer (uncredited)
Deborah Ayorinde...Cleopatra Pony (uncredited)
Kesha Bullard...Crazy Sadie (uncredited)
Sonny Clary...Overseer (uncredited)
Jordon Michael Corbin...Samson (uncredited)
Marsha Stephanie Blake...House Slave (uncredited)
Belinda Owino...Candyland House Servant (uncredited)
Kasey James...Mule Wrangler (uncredited)
Mike DeMille...Cowboy (uncredited)
Cindy Mah...Chinese Boy (uncredited)
Kel Owens...Gallows Builder / Badass Cowboy (uncredited)
Richie J. Ladner...Slave Master / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Chuck Murphy...Horseman 1 (uncredited)
Matthew Parrott...Slave Master (uncredited)
Timothy Pickles...Smoking Cleopatra Club Patron (uncredited)
Kay Smith...Pony #3 (uncredited)
Tristan Tierce...School Boy (uncredited)
Saeri Fae...Town Woman (uncredited)
Justin Hall...Goat Farmer (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Quentin Tarantino
Producer:William Paul Clark (associate producer)
Pilar Savone (producer)
Michael Shamberg (executive producer)
Stacey Sher (producer)
James W. Skotchdopole (executive producer)
Bob Weinstein (executive producer)
Harvey Weinstein (executive producer)
Shannon McIntosh (executive producer)
Reginald Hudlin (producer)
Writer:Quentin Tarantino (written by)
Cinematographer:Robert Richardson (director of photography)
Editing:Fred Raskin
Casting:Victoria Thomas
Production Design:J. Michael Riva
Art Director:Page Buckner
David F. Klassen (supervising art director)
Mara LePere-Schloop
Suzan Wexler (uncredited)
Set Decorator:Leslie A. Pope
Costume Design:Sharen Davis
Makeup:Allan A. Apone (assistant makeup department head)
Kristin Berge (assistant hair department head)
Nikki I Brown (makeup artist (uncredited)
Camille Friend (hair department head)
Jake Garber (key special makeup effects: KNB EFX Group (uncredited)
Stacey Herbert (makeup artist (uncredited)
LaLette Littlejohn (makeup artist: Mr. Foxx (uncredited)
Heba Thorisdottir (makeup department head)
Budd Bird (hair stylist (uncredited)
Jennifer Hodges (additional hair stylist (uncredited)
Jennifer Jane (hair stylist (uncredited)
Jack Lazzaro (makeup artist (uncredited)
Courtney Lether (makeup artist (uncredited)
Annabelle MacNeal (makeup artist (uncredited)
Robin Mathews (makeup artist (uncredited)
Lucy O'Reilly (makeup artist (uncredited)
Jami Ross (makeup artist (uncredited)
Melizah Anguiano (additional hair stylist (uncredited)
Amy Wood (hair stylist (uncredited)
Elena Arroy (makeup artist (uncredited)
Marcos Gonzales (assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Yolanda Mercadel (hair stylist (uncredited)
Denise Pugh-Ruiz (assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
LeDiedra Richard-Baldwin (makeup artist (uncredited)
Kellie Robinson (makeup artist)
Aimee Stuit (makeup artist)
Erica Dewey (assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
LaToya Henderson (makeup artist (uncredited)
Barbara Cantu (hair stylist (uncredited)
Justin Stafford (custom hairpieces (uncredited)
Jeri Baker (hair artist)
Kathryn Blondell (hair artist: Leonardo DiCaprio)
Gino Crognale (special makeup effects: KNB EFX Group)
Deidra Dixon (hair artist: Jamie Foxx)
Greg Funk (assistant makeup department head)
Paul Anthony Morris (hair artist)
Greg Nicotero (special makeup effects supervisor: KNB EFX Group)
Remi Savva (makeup artist)
Tysuela Hill-Scott (key makeup artist)
Victoria Wood (wig maker)
Sian Grigg (personal makeup design for Leonardo DiCaprio)
Production Management:Molly Allen (production supervisor: California & Wyoming)
Marc A. Hammer (production supervisor)
Tina Anderson (post-production supervisor)
Alex G. Scott (production supervisor)
James W. Skotchdopole (unit production manager)
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