This movie starring George Clooney, John Turturro and Tim Blake Nelson was filmed at more than 9 locations. Among them Former Columbus & Greenville Railway in United States. All filming locations of O Brother, Where Art Thou? from 2000 are listed below.
In the deep south during the 1930s, three escaped convicts search for hidden treasure while a relentless lawman pursues them. On their journey they come across many comical characters and incredible situations. Based upon Homer's 'Odyssey'.
Adventure, Crime, Comedy
France, United Kingdom, United States of America
George Clooney (Ulysses Everett McGill), John Turturro (Pete Hogwallop), Tim Blake Nelson (Delmar O'Donnell), John Goodman (Daniel "Big Dan" Teague), Holly Hunter (Penny Wharvey-McGill), Musetta Vander (Siren), Charles Durning (Menelaus "Pappy" O'Daniel) more..., Del Pentecost (Junior O'Daniel), Michael Badalucco (George Nelson), Chris Thomas King (Tommy Johnson), J.R. Horne (Pappy's Staff), Brian Reddy (Pappy's Staff), Wayne Duvall (Homer Stokes), Ed Gale (The Little Man), Ray McKinnon (Vernon T. Waldrip), Daniel von Bargen (Sheriff Cooley), Mia Tate (Siren), Christy Taylor (Siren), Millford Fortenberry (Pomade Vendor), Frank Collison (Washington B. "Wash" Hogwallop), Quinn Gasaway (Boy Hogwallop), Lee Weaver (Blind Seer), Stephen Root (Mr. Lund), Royce D. Applegate (Man with Bullhorn)
Roger Deakins (Director of Photography), Nancy Haigh (Set Decoration), Joel Coen (Screenplay), Joel Coen (Editor), Ethan Coen (Screenplay), Ethan Coen (Editor), Ethan Coen (Producer) more..., Tricia Cooke (Editor), John Cameron (Co-Producer), T Bone Burnett (Original Music Composer), Ellen Chenoweth (Casting), Dennis Gassner (Production Design), Eugene Gearty (Sound Designer), Tim Bevan (Executive Producer), Eric Fellner (Executive Producer), Mary Zophres (Costume Design), Richard L. Johnson (Art Direction), Skip Lievsay (Supervising Sound Editor), Skip Lievsay (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Peter Chesney (Special Effects Coordinator), Robert Graf (Associate Producer), Kam Chan (Foley Editor), Fred Rosenberg (Dialogue Editor), Peter F. Kurland (Production Sound Mixer), Thomas Johnston (Script Supervisor), Amy Schmiederer (Key Makeup Artist), Frank Kern (Foley Editor), Cha Blevins (Costume Supervisor), Melinda Sue Gordon (Still Photographer), Jean Ann Black (Makeup Supervisor), Philip Stockton (Dialogue Editor), Sean Garnhart (Music Editor), Sean Garnhart (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Greg Orloff (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Glenfield Payne (Sound Effects Editor), Kenton Jakub (ADR Editor), Paul LeBlanc (Hair Department Head), Karyn Huston (Key Hair Stylist), Ritchie Kremer (Property Master), Ian Silverstein (First Assistant Editor) and others.
Mike Zoss Productions, Universal Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Working Title Films, StudioCanal
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After leaving the store to buy some Dapper Dan paste, Everett, Delmar and Pete steal the car of an innocent customer.
Everett, Delmar and Pete didn’t catch the train, but Blind Seer is willing to give them a ride on his hand car.
The men arrive at stood WEZY where they hope to record a song with Tommy Johnson, the guitarist they picked up underway.
The men are lured by the Sirens singing on the banks of the river.
Everett, his wife Penny and their children walk through the town. Penny tells Everett the ring he gave her was not the right one. In the distance we see Blind Seer ride his hand car on the railroad tracks.
Everett and Delmar arrive in town. Everett recognizes the name of his daughters who are performing at the town hall meeting.