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Subject: Tamra Davis, Harrison Young, Dick Warlock, Rodney Harvey, James LeGros
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Directed by Tamra Davis
Produced by Matthew Bright
Written by Matthew Bright
Starring Drew Barrymore
James LeGros
Michael Ironside
Billy Drago
Narrated by James LeGros
Drew Barrymore
Music by Ed Tomney
Cinematography Lisa Rinzler
Edited by Kevin Tent
Distributed by First Look International
  • October 17, 1992 (1992-10-17)
97 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $800,000
Box office $114,516

Guncrazy is a 1992 American crime/drama/thriller film starring Drew Barrymore. It was directed by Tamra Davis and written by Matthew Bright. It is a loose remake of the 1949 film noir of the same name.


A teenager murders her stepfather, a sexually abusive man, after he teaches her how to use a gun. Through a school correspondence course, she meets a prisoner, Howard, whom she seduces back into the world of violence and guns.

She marries Howard, and decides to show him the remains of her stepfather; Howard helps her dispose of the body. After they dispose of the corpse, Howard commits several homicides, although he was provoked in every instance.


  • Drew Barrymore ... as Anita Minteer
  • Michael Ironside ... as Mr. Kincaid
  • James LeGros ... as Howard
  • Billy Drago ... as Hank Fulton
  • Robert Greenberg ... as Mr. Sheets
  • Rodney Harvey ... as Tom
  • Jeremy Davies ... as Bill
  • Dan Eisenstein ... as Chuck
  • Joe Dallesandro ... as Rooney
  • Willow Tipton ... as School Girl
  • Ione Skye ... as Joy
  • James Oseland ... as Sally
  • Thomas E. Weyer ... as Guard
  • Tom Smith-Alden ... as Parole Officer #1
  • James Wheaton ... as Parole Officer #2
  • Gerald Lynn Walker ... as Parole Officer #3
  • Jaid Barrymore ... as Woman with Dog

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