Mighty Aphrodite 1995 Film | Helena Bonham Carter

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About Mighty Aphrodite

Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): La dea dell'amore, Poderosa Afrodite, Maudite Aphrodite

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Directed by Woody Allen

Produced by Letty Aronson, Robert Greenhut

Written by Woody Allen

Starring F. Murray Abraham, Woody Allen, Claire Bloom, Helena Bonham Carter, Olympia Dukakis, Michael Rapaport, Mira Sorvino, David Ogden Stiers, Jack Warden, Peter Weller

Music by Dick Hyman

Cinematography: Carlo Di Palma

Edited by Susan E. Morse

Production company: Sweetland Films

Distributed by Miramax Films

Release date: October 27, 1995

Running time: 95 minutes

Budget: $15 million

Box office: $26 million

Mighty Aphrodite Plot from Wikipedia: “The screenplay was inspired by the story of Pygmalion and is about Lenny Weinrib's (Allen) search for his genius adopted son's biological mother, ultimately finding that she is a dim-witted prostitute named Linda Ash (Sorvino).”

Mighty Aphrodite Cast and Characters

Pamela Blair Greek Chorus

Rene Ceballos Greek Chorus (as René Ceballos)

Elie Chaib Greek Chorus

George De La Pena Greek Chorus

Joanne DiMauro Greek Chorus

Denise Faye

Marian Filali Greek Chorus (as Marianne Filali)

Angelo Fraboni Greek Chorus

Scott Fowler Greek Chorus

Seth Gertsacov Greek Chorus

Patti Karr

Fred Mann III

John Mineo

Christopher Nelson

Valda Setterfields

Sven Toorvald

F. Murray Abraham Leader

Woody Allen Lenny

Helena Bonham Carter Amanda

J. Smith-Cameron Bud's Wife

Steven Randazzo Bud

David Ogden Stiers Laius

Olympia Dukakis Jocasta

Jeffrey Kurland Oedipus

Tucker Robin Infant Max

Donald Symington Amanda's Father

Claire Bloom Amanda's Mother

Nolan Tuffy Two-Year-Old Max (as Nolan Tuffey)

Jimmy McQuaid Max

Yvette Hawkins School Principal

Karin Haidorfer Park Avenue Couple

Gary Alper Park Avenue Couple

Rosemary Murphy Adoption Coordinator

Peter McRobbie Linda's Ex-Landlord

Kathleen Doyle Ex-Landlord's Wife

Jennifer Greenhut Lenny's Secretary

Sondra James Operator / Chorus

Paul Giamatti Extras Guild Researcher

William Addy Superintendent

Peter Weller Jerry Bender

Kenneth Edelson Ken

Danielle Ferland Cassandra

Mira Sorvino Linda Ash

Dan Mullane Messenger

Thomas Durkin Race Announcer

Dan Moran Ricky, the Pimp

Paul Herman Ricky's Friend

Tony Sirico

Tony Darrow Boxing Trainer

Ray Garvey Boxing Trainer

Michael Rapaport Kevin

Jack Warden Tiresias

Kent Blocher Zeus (voice)

Joseph P. Coleman Porno Film Star

Georgette Pasare Porno Film Star

Al Cerullo Actual Helicopter Pilot

Bray Poor On-camera Helicopter Pilot

David H. Kramer Chorus (voice)

Dann Fink

Karen Longwell

Dominic Marcus

Craig Sechler

Bill Timoney

Lisa Vidal

Bruce Winant Chorus (voice)

John D. Bair Lenny's Office Clerk

Sabrina Culver Park Avenue Girl

John Dalton Art Gallery Snob

Barney Fitzpatrick Sports Reporter

Julie Halston Guest

Adrian Lee Chatty Park Woman

Rawleigh Moreland Sports Reporter

Paul Navarra Sports Reporter

Produced by Letty Aronson, J.E. Beaucaire, Jean Doumanian, Robert Greenhut, Charles H. Joffe, Thomas A. Reilly, Helen Robin, Jack Rollins

Cinematography by Carlo Di Palma (director of photography (as Carlo DiPalma))

Film Editing by Susan E. Morse

Casting By Juliet Taylor

Production Design by Santo Loquasto

Art Direction by Tom Warren

Set Decoration by Susan Bode

Costume Design by Jeffrey Kurland