aka 6 Days, 7 Nights
Release date: 12 June 1998 opening wide at 2550 theaters
Six Days, Seven Nights - Official Web Site
Buena Vista Pictures
Directed by: Ivan Reitman
Produced by: Ivan Reitman, Wally Nicita, Roger Birnbaum
Executive producers: Joe Medjuck, Daniel Goldberg, Julie Bergman Sender
Co-producers: Gordon Webb, Sheldon Kahn
Director of photography: Michael Chapman
Costume design by: Gloria Gresham
Original music by: Randy Edelman
Editing by: Wendy Greene Bricmont, Sheldon Kahn
Production Designer: J. Michael Riva
Supervising art director: David F. Klassen
Art director: Richard F. Mays
Set designers: Pamela Klamer, Patricia Klawonn
Set decorator: Lauri Gaffin
Screenplay by: Michael Browning
Running time: 101 min
|.||"Six Days, Seven Nights"
- is the romantic movie about a love story where Robin leaves her lawyer
boyfriend in the middle of her dream tropical vacation and talks a cargo
pilot, Quinn, into flying her to Tahiti to meet a deadline. They end up
marooned on a South Pacific island where they fall in love while waiting
for help to arrive.
Shot on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
Budget - Estimated cost of Six Days, Seven Nights is put at approximately $65 million.
Box Office 19-21 June - "Six Days, Seven Nights" places 4th in its second week with a weekend gross of $10.7 mil and a cume to date of $34.4 mil.
Box Office 12-14 June - "Six Days, Seven Nights" places second on its debut weekend behind The Truman Show. Its weekend box office was a healthy $16.5 million.
Days, Seven Nights Movie Review - Movie review by Michael Maynez.
Movies Future - Upcoming movies, release dates, and official links to their web sites.
Movies Past - Links to the official movie web sites for past movies.