The Chaperone (2011) Featurette - Score
The Chaperone stars Paul Levesque as Ray Bradstone -- an ex getaway driver who is trying to go straight. However, after being unsuccessfully tempted to return to his old ways, he is serving as a chaperone for his daughter's Sally's school field trip when he runs into his old bank-robbing crew and mayhem ensues..
The Chaperone also stars Kurt Doss, Raziel Jordan and Lurie Poston and is directed by Michael W Watkin. It's one of a slate of films projected for release in the next couple of years produced by WWE or World Wrestling Entertainment.
4 times BMI award winning composer Jim Johnston used a 33 piece orchestra for the recording comprising 10 first violins, 8 seconds, 6 violas, 4 celli and 2 double basses with clarinet doubling bass clarinet, bassoon and horn.
The score was recorded by Jake Jackson at Abbey Road studio 1 with LMO conducted by Andy Brown. Jim Johnston produced the recording with Chris Brooks, from a live link with a Los Angeles studio.
- Posted: February 18, 2011
- Director: Stephen Herek
- Writer: S.J. Roth
- Studio: Samuel Goldwyn Films
- Release: February 1, 2011
- Cast: Paul Levesque, Ariel Winter, Kevin Corrigan
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