Want to know where The Firm from 1993 was filmed? The movie starring Tom Cruise, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Gene Hackman was shot at more than 11 locations, including The Blues City Cafe in Memphis, United States. All the filming locations of The Firm are listed below.
Mitch McDeere is a young man with a promising future in Law. About to sit his Bar exam, he is approached by 'The Firm' and made an offer he doesn't refuse. Seduced by the money and gifts showered on him, he is totally oblivious to the more sinister side of his company. Then, two Associates are murdered. The FBI contact him, asking him for information and suddenly his life is ruined. He has a choice - work with the FBI, or stay with the Firm. Either way he will lose his life as he knows it. Mitch figures the only way out is to follow his own plan...
Thriller, Drama, Mystery
United States of America
Tom Cruise (Mitch McDeere), Jeanne Tripplehorn (Abby McDeere), Gene Hackman (Avery Tolar), Hal Holbrook (Oliver Lambert), Terry Kinney (Lamar Quinn), Wilford Brimley (William Devasher), Ed Harris (Wayne Tarrance) more..., Holly Hunter (Tammy Hemphill), Karina Lombard (Young Woman on the Beach), David Strathairn (Ray McDeere), Gary Busey (Eddie Lomax), Steven Hill (F. Denton Voyles), Tobin Bell (The Nordic Man), Barbara Garrick (Kay Quinn), Jerry Hardin (Royce McKnight), Paul Calderon (Thomas Richie), Jerry Weintraub (Sonny Capps), Sullivan Walker (Thomas Abanks), Margo Martindale (Nina Huff), John Beal (Nathan Locke), Dean Norris (The Squat Man), Lou Walker (Frank Mulholland), Tommy Cresswell (Wally Hudson), David A. Kimball (Randall Dunbar), David Dwyer (Prison Guard), Afemo Omilami (Cotton Truck Driver), Clint Smith (Cotton Truck Driver), Jonathan Kaplan (Lawyer Recruiter), Paul Sorvino (Tommy Morolto (uncredited)), Joe Viterelli (Joey Morolto (uncredited)), Janie Paris (Madge), Susan Elliott (River Museum Guide), Erin Branham (River Museum Guide), Joey Anderson (Ruth), Deborah Thomas (Quinns' Maid), Rebecca Glenn (Young Woman at Patio Bar), Terri Welles (Woman Dancing with Avery), Chris Schadrack (Lawyer Recruiter), Jeffrey Buckner Ford (Lawyer Recruiter), Andy Armstrong (Bad Beach Man (uncredited)) and others.
John Grisham (Novel), David Rabe (Screenplay), Robert Towne (Screenplay), David Rayfiel (Screenplay), John Davis (Producer), Lindsay Doran (Executive Producer), Michael Hausman (Executive Producer) more..., Sydney Pollack (Producer), Scott Rudin (Producer), Dave Grusin (Music), Fredric Steinkamp (Editor), William Steinkamp (Editor), David Rubin (Casting), Richard Macdonald (Production Design), John Willett (Art Direction), Casey Hallenbeck (Set Decoration), Ruth Myers (Costume Design), John Seale (Director of Photography), Debra Zane (Casting Associate), Michael Hausman (Unit Production Manager), David McGiffert (First Assistant Director), Andy Armstrong (Stunt Coordinator), Marjorie McCown (Assistant Costume Designer), Robin L. Miller (Property Master), Anne Rapp (Script Supervisor), Joyce Arrastia (Assistant Editor), Morris Flam (Chief Lighting Technician), Scott Ferguson (Unit Manager), Adam Sawelson (Dialogue Editor), Luke Reichle (Costumer), François Duhamel (Still Photographer), David L. Butler (Aerial Camera), Chris Jenkins (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Lucy Coldsnow-Smith (Foley Editor), Doug Hemphill (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), James C. Feng (Assistant Art Director), E.W. Bradford (Construction Coordinator), J. Paul Huntsman (Supervising Sound Editor), Steven Curtis Husch (Assistant Set Decoration), Myron Nettinga (Sound Effects Editor) and others.
Paramount, Mirage Enterprises, Davis Entertainment
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Mitch McDeere is attending a seminar in Washington DC. He is approached by the FBI.
Two men start talking to Mitch in the restaurant. They turn out to be from the FBI.
On a bench next to the Reflecting Pool Mitch McDeere is told that he actually works for the maffia by FBI Director F. Denton Voyles.
Avery Tolar and Mitch have a meeting with their client Sonny Cabbs.
Mitch and Abby McDeere are invited to a rooftop party at the Peabody.
Mitch has to hurry because he is late.