10 Things I Hate About You

How do I loathe thee? Let me count the ways.

Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama
On the first day at his new school, Cameron instantly falls for Bianca, the gorgeous girl of his dreams. The only problem is that Bianca is forbidden to date until her ill-tempered, completely un-dateable older sister Kat goes out, too. In an attempt to solve his problem, Cameron singles out the only guy who could possibly be a match for Kat: a mysterious bad boy with a nasty reputation of his own.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1999-03-30
Run time: 97 minute / 1:37
Budget: $16,000,000
Revenue: $53,478,166
Director: Gil Junger
Production Companies : Touchstone Pictures, Mad Chance, Jaret Entertainment
Production Country: United States of America





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Heath Ledger
as Patrick Verona
Julia Stiles
as Katarina "Kat" Stratford
Joseph Gordon-Levitt
as Cameron James
Larisa Oleynik
as Bianca Stratford
David Krumholtz
as Michael Eckman
Andrew Keegan
as Joey Donner
Susan May Pratt
as Mandella
Gabrielle Union
as Chastity
Larry Miller
as Walter Stratford
Daryl Mitchell
as Mr. Morgan
Allison Janney
as Ms. Perky
David Leisure
as Mr. Chapin
Greg Jackson
as Scruvy
Kyle Cease
as Bogie Lowenstien
Terence Heuston
as Derek
Cameron Fraser
as Trevor
Eric Riedmann
as Audio Visual Guy
Quinn Maixner
as Beautiful Jock
Demegio Kimbrough
as Coffee Kid
Todd Butler
as Coffee Kid
Dennis Mosley
as Cohort
Bianca Kajlich
as Coffee Girl
Nick Vukelic
as Drugged Out Loser
Ben Laurance
as Wimpy Loser
Aidan Kennedy
as Laughing Loser
Jelani Quinn
as Crying Loser
Jesse Dyer
as Screaming Loser
Aaron Therol
as Detention Student
Carlos Lacámara
as Bartender
Heather Taylor
as Drunken Girl
Joshua Thorpe
as Jock
J.R. Johnson
as Mba Guy at Party
Wendy Gottlieb
as Heather
Brian Hood
as Clem
Travis Muller
as Cowboy
Ari Karczag
as Kissing Guy
Laura Kenny
as Judith
Alice Evans
as Perky Girl
Jesper Inglis
as Buckaroo Bartender
Nick Brown
as Biker
Monique Powell
as Save Ferris Singer
Brian Mashburn
as Save Ferris Singer
Kay Hanley
as Letters To Cleo Singer
Michael Eisenstein
as Letters To Cleo Singer
Art
Charles Graffeo Set Decoration

Writing
William Shakespeare Theatre Play

Camera
Mark Irwin Director of Photography

Editing
O. Nicholas Brown Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Kimberly A. Tillman Costume Design

Sound
Richard Gibbs Original Music Composer

Production
Andrew Lazar Producer

Art
Carol Winstead Wood Production Design

Directing
Gil Junger Director

Writing
Karen McCullah Lutz Writer
Kirsten Smith Writer

Production
Seth Jaret Executive Producer
Jeffrey Chernov Executive Producer
Greg Silverman Associate Producer

Art
Gilbert Wong Art Direction

Production
Marcia Ross Casting
Gail Goldberg Casting

Crew
Ralph Sall Executive Music Producer

Sound
Mel Metcalfe Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Terry Porter Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Editing
Albert Gasser Dialogue Editor

Sound
Dean A. Zupancic Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Crew
Jimmy N. Roberts Stunts

Production
Ross T. Fanger Unit Production Manager
Donna Morong Casting

Sound
Nancy MacLeod Sound Effects Editor

Directing
K.C. Colwell Assistant Director

Sound
Gregg Barbanell Foley Artist

Camera
Robin Buerki Camera Operator

Crew
Robin Buerki Steadycam

Sound
Donald J. Malouf Supervising Sound Effects Editor
Nils C. Jensen Sound Effects Editor

Directing
Nancy Karlin Script Supervisor

Production
Jody Hedien Co-Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Martin 'Vinnie' Hagood Makeup Artist

Sound
Bayard Carey Production Sound Mixer

Costume & Make-Up
Pauletta O. Lewis Key Hair Stylist
Alexandria Forster Costume Supervisor

Camera
Gary Katsuya Ushino First Assistant Camera

Crew
Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks Choreographer
Ben Scott Stunt Coordinator

Sound
David Schneider Boom Operator

Crew
Casey Pritchett Special Effects Coordinator
Jeffrey G. Barnett Stunt Coordinator
Wesley Scott Stunts

Sound
Thomas Whiting Supervising ADR Editor





















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