Director: John Waters Cast: Johnny Depp, Amy Locane, Susan Tyrrell

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John Waters fans, prepare to shed a tear of joy as Focus Features brings the 1990 musical kitch-fest Cry-Baby to DVD as you've never seen it before. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen, the image looks near-pristine, with the accompanying Dolby Digital Stereo sound mix really bringing the music to life as our teen hero attempts show the town squares that even a lowly "drape" can have a heart of gold. Of course, what would a Waters DVD be without commentary, and true to form, the gleefully distasteful director does not disappoint, providing audio commentary that is nearly entertaining as the film itself. If that's not enough for Waters fans, viewers can take a closer look behind the scenes in the extended featurette entitled "It Came From Baltimore" before checking out some truly outrageous deleted scenes that didn't make the final cut.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/12/2005
UPC: 0025192195327
Original Release: 1990
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 1,547

Special Features

"It Came From Baltimore" featurette -- An in-depth look at the making of Cry-Baby with new interviews from John Waters and the cast; Feature commentary with director John Waters; Never-before-available deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Johnny Depp Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker
Amy Locane Allison Vernon-Williams
Susan Tyrrell Ramona
Polly Bergen Mrs. Vernon-Williams
Ricki Lake Pepper
Iggy Pop Belvedere
Traci Lords Wanda
Kim McGuire Hatchet-Face
Darren E. Burrows Milton
Holter Graham Strip Pokers
Patricia Hearst Wanda's Mother
Paula Herold Actor
Pat Moran Actor
Stephen Mailer Baldwin
Kim Webb Lenora
Alan J. Wendl Toe-Joe
Troy Donahue Hatchet's Father
Mink Stole Hatchet's Mother
Joe Dallesandro Milton's Father
Joey Heatherton Milton's Mother
Willem Dafoe Hateful Guard
Jonathan Benya Snare-Drum
Jessica Raskin Susie-Q
Robert Tyree Dupree
Angie Levroney Dupree's Girl Friend
Drew Ebersole Whiffle #1
Ken Curtis Whiffle #2
Scott Neilson Whiffle #3
Robert Walsh Judge
Jeni Blong Inga
Craig Wallace Cook #1
Phillip Broussard Cook #2
Reggie Davis Cook #3
Nick Fleming Cook #4
Robbie Jones Cook #5
Vivienne Shub Mrs. Tadlock
Robert Marbury Angelic Boy Friend
Skip Spencer Strip Poker #1
Susan Lowe Night Court Parent
Dan Griffiths Snake-eyed Hood
Kirk McEwen Convict #1
Eric Lucas Convict #2
Frank Maldonado Convict #3
Patrick Mitchell Convict
Mary Vivian Pearce Picnic Mother
Steve Aronson Mean Guard
Kelly Goldberg Pepper's Baby
John Blythe Barrymore Voice Only
David Nelson Wanda's Father

Technical Credits
John Waters Director,Screenwriter
Dave Alvin Songwriter
Ray Anthony Songwriter
Dolores Deluxe Art Director
Lori Eastside Choreography
Ray Gilbert Songwriter
Brian Grazer Executive Producer
Janice Hampton Editor
Paula Herold Casting
Jery Hewitt Stunts
David Insley Cinematographer
Jim Abrahams Executive Producer
Charles Johnson Songwriter
Steve Kirshoff Special Effects
Karen Koch Production Designer
Leonard Lee Songwriter
Jerry Leiber Songwriter
Bernie Lowe Songwriter
Becky Mancuso Musical Direction/Supervision
Virginia Nichols Set Decoration/Design
Chester Overlock Set Decoration/Design
Vincent Peranio Production Designer
Don Redman Songwriter
Jimmie Rodgers Songwriter
Timothy R. Sexton Musical Direction/Supervision
Charles Singleton Songwriter
Van Smith Costumes/Costume Designer,Makeup
John David Souther Songwriter
Mike Stoller Songwriter
Rachel Talalay Producer
Patrick Williams Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Vaccination (Main Titles) [4:16]
2. Different Worlds [6:44]
3. Jukebox Jamboree [6:26]
4. Meet the Gang [5:55]
5. One Night of Happiness [3:52]
6. You Got What it Takes [4:33]
7. The King & Queen [4:28]
8. Electricity's in the Air [4:43]
9. Squares vs. Drapes [3:54]
10. Order in the Court [6:20]
11. In the Jailhouse [4:42]
12. Engagement Announced [3:51]
13. Big Trouble [4:06]
14. Jailbreak! [1:50]
15. Pick the Man [5:43]
16. Set Him Free [4:14]
17. Second Chance [4:35]
18. End Titles [5:43]

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Cry-Baby 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 57 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't know why this movie was not included in the "Very Crudely Yours, John Waters" Boxed Set, but it is ridiculous that it isn't. Johnny Depp, Ricki Lake, Traci Lords, Iggy Pop. This is a very entertaining fair on the same level as the original Hairspray. Do yourself a favor and watch it.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
Wow such a good movie me and my bestfriend we just love this movie i mean who wouldn't ? its the best and the movie seems like the 50's all over again! nice movie! really nice!!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie is the best omg it makes u loough so hard and johnny depp omg he looks so hot well he looks hot in all his movies.U have to watch this movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
best movie i have ever seen. its so good i watch it all the time. i love johnny depp hes amazing i love him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This movie was funny, cute, sexy, and most of all, I absolutely love the soundtrack! If you are a Johnny Depp fan (Like I am!) I highly recommend you watch this. Johnny Depp does an incredible job playing as a sexy bad boy!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker is a boy whose parents were executed for bombing different places using the alphabet as an order of bombing. Alison is a “square” but has a crush on “Cry-Baby”. Although her boyfriend is completely set on ruining any kind of relationship that Allison and Wade could possibly have. Johnny Depp plays the part of “Cry-Baby”. He is extremely HOTT! Wade is called Cry-Baby because when his parents were executed he tattooed himself a permanent tear under his eye. This movie was great and you get to hear Johnny Depp sing, and he is honestly pretty good! It was a good movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this Movie it has to be one of Johnny Deep's best movies. I don't know why you wouldn't like this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Crybaby is one of those movies I love sqares vs drapes Allison the good girl becomes a drape and has Crybaby Wade Walker Now she's cool and loves hot king crybaby This is a funny musical roamntic movie for anyone who loves Johnney Deep
Guest More than 1 year ago
Though this movie has been silently looked over by most of the general public, it is a wonderful gem of a film. John Waters managed to make two great musical comedies from around the period of 1988-1990 - Cry Baby and Hairspray. I first watched both movies when I was 4 years old (this was probably right when the movies were released to video sometime in 1990 or 1991) and now I'm 20 and still love them. I remember going to a party when I was 4 and met Ricki Lake. My mom told me that I followed Ricki Lake around the whole party talking about Cry Baby and Hairspray, and she was very surprised and thought it was cute at the same time. It's cool to read that other kids (even younger than me) have taken a liking to this great film. I can't believe it's now on dvd.. I had no idea until just before writing this review! Hooray!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best movies i have ever seen. Im loving the whole singing scene. I love all the song they sing in it. I cannot get enough of the whole movie it simply puts me in awe. The whole "bad boy" role of Crybaby Walker falling in love with the "square" of Allison brings it all in together! Amazing movie i must say!
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is a REALY!! Good movie, 5 thumbs up!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie should be seen by everyone because its so great!
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The first time I saw this movie (6 yrs. old) I fell in love with it. Now I'm 16 yrs. old and still love watching the movies. I even know all the songs. That's how much I love this movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cry-Baby is the best movie ever. It has the traditional plot, the good girl in love with the bad boy. Johnny Depp was great in this movie, very hot!! I watched the movie when I was five years old and fell in love with it, and now I am 15 years old and its still my favorite movie!!