The Devil's Own

They come from different worlds. They fight for different causes. Now, two men from opposite sides of the law are about to go to war.

The Devil's Own (1997)


Frankie McGuire, one of the IRA's deadliest assassins, draws an American family into the crossfire of terrorism. But when he is sent to the U.S. to buy weapons, Frankie is housed with the family of Tom O'Meara, a New York cop who knows nothing about Frankie's real identity. Their surprising friendship, and Tom's growing suspicions, forces Frankie to choose between the promise of peace or a lifetime of murder.

Director: Alan J. Pakula
Writers: David Aaron Cohen, Vincent Patrick, Kevin Jarre.

The Devil's Own Vodly
Vodly Score: 6/10 from 526 votes
Release Date: 1997-03-12
Status: Released
Run time: 107 min / 1:47
Budget: $90,000,000
Revenue: $140,807,547
Production Company : Columbia Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Brad Pitt
as Francis Austin McGuire, alias Rory Devaney
Harrison Ford
as Sgt. Tom O'Meara
Rubén Blades
as Officer Edwin Diaz
Treat Williams
as Billy Burke
Natascha McElhone
as Megan Doherty
Margaret Colin
as Sheila O'Meara
Kelly Singer
as Annie O'Meara
Ashley Carin
as Morgan O'Meara
Julia Stiles
as Bridget O'Meara
Simon Jones
as Judge Harry Sloan
George Hearn
as Peter Fitzsimmons
Mitchell Ryan
as Chief Jim Kelly
Paul Ronan
as Sean Phelan
David O'Hara
as Martin MacDuf
David Wilmot
as Dessie
Rob McElhenney
as Kevin
Chance Kelly
as Masked Burglar
Wilson Cleveland
as Rory's Friend
Simon Jones
as Harry Sloan
Anthony Brophy
as Gerard
Shane Dunne
as Young Frankie
Martin Dunne
as Frankie's Father
Gabrielle Reidy
as Frankie's Mother
Samantha Conroy
as Frankie's Sister
Baxter Harris
as Customs Agent
Hassan Johnson
as Teenager
Scott Nicholson
as Rookie Cop
Jonathan Earl Peck
as Jerry
Sixto Ramos
as Hispanic Man
Mya Michaels
as Hispanic Girl
Brendan Kelly
as Teddy
Kevin Nagle
as Thug
Gregory Salata
as Tony (as Greg Salata)
Joseph P. Dandry
as Joey the Bartender (as Joseph Dandry)
Jack McKillop
as Jack Fitzsimmons
Mac Orange
as The Maid
Malachy McCourt
as Bishop
Marian Tomas Griffin
as Cousin Eileen
Peggy Shay
as Aunt Birdie
Danielle McGovern
as Brooke
Ciarán O'Reilly
as Father Canlon (as Ciaran O'Reilly)
Donald J. Meade
as Irish Musician
Patrick Reynolds
as Irish Musician
Peter Rufli
as Irish Musician
Debbon Ayer
as Tour Guide
Mario Polit
as Young Dominican
Greg Stebner
as Uniformed Cop
William Paulson
as Detective
Bill Hoag
as Trucker
Victor Slezak
as Evan Stanley - FBI
Damien Leake
as Art Fisher - FBI


Directing Alan J. Pakula Director
Production Robert F. Colesberry Producer
Production Lawrence Gordon Producer
Production Donald Laventhall Executive Producer
Production Lloyd Levin Executive Producer
Sound James Horner Original Music Composer
Camera Gordon Willis Director of Photography
Editing Tom Rolf Editor
Editing Dennis Virkler Editor
Production Alixe Gordin Casting
Art Jane Musky Production Design
Art Robert Guerra Art Direction
Art Leslie Bloom Set Decoration
Art Bernie Pollack Set Decoration
Writing David Aaron Cohen Screenplay
Writing Vincent Patrick Screenplay
Writing Kevin Jarre Screenplay

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