Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
6.8/ 10 (206953 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action

Production Company
Marvel Enterprises [us]
Marvel Entertainment [us] - (presents)
Marvel Studios [us]
Paramount Pictures [us] - (presents)

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(USA) - 19 July 2011
(Canada) - 22 July 2011
(Italy) - 22 July 2011
(USA) - 22 July 2011
(Iceland) - 27 July 2011

Running Time

When patriots become heroes The first Avenger

1940s, aircraft, airplane, alley, alps, ambulance, ambush, american-abroad, american-flag, anti-hero, antique-shop, army, army-base, artifact, assassin, assassination-attempt, bar, bare-chested-male, barefoot, baseball-game-on-radio, based-on-comic, based-on-comic-book, battle, beaten-to-death, beating,

Technical Support
CAM:Arri Alexa, Panavision Primo Lenses
CAM:Arriflex 235, Panavision Primo Lenses
CAM:Arriflex 435, Panavision Primo Lenses
CAM:Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon Lenses
CAM:Panavision Genesis HD Camera, Panavision Primo Lenses
CAM:Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo Lenses
LAB:DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
LAB:DeLuxe, London, UK - (dailies)
LAB:EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA - (digital intermediate)
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak Vision2 200T 5217, Vision3 500T 5219)
OFM:Video - (HD)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (2K) (master format)
PCS:HDCAM SR - (1080p/24) (source format)
PCS:ProRes 4:4:4 - (1080p/24) (source format) (underwater scenes)
PCS:Super 35 - (source format) (some scenes)
PFM:35 mm - (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383)
PFM:D-Cinema - (also 3-D version)
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Allen-Gale, Luke as [Army Heckler] <57>
  2. Armitage, Richard (I) as [Heinz Kruger] <7>
  3. Aston, Michael (III) as (uncredited) [Businessman]
  4. Badham, Mark as (uncredited) [Sgt US Marine]
  5. Batt, Ben as [Enlistment Office MP] <32>
  6. Birch, Adam (III) as [USO Drummer] <86>
  7. Bradley, David (IV) as [Tower Keeper] <24>
  8. Brandon, Michael (I) as [Senator Brandt] <17>
  9. Callum, Mark as (uncredited) [Newspaper Stole Holder]
  10. Chahine, James as (uncredited) [Army Heckler]
  11. Choi, Kenneth as [Jim Morita] <13>
  12. Cockle, Doug as [Young Doctor] <31>
  13. Cook, James (XV) as (uncredited) [1st Flight Lieutenant - Stark Expedition]
  14. Cooper, Dominic as [Howard Stark] <6>
  15. Corvino, Sergio as [Kruger's Aide] <39>
  16. Curry, Graham as (uncredited) [US Marine 4th Battalion]
  17. Davies, Paul (XV) as (uncredited) [Hydra Soldier]
  18. Davies, Stephen (III) as (uncredited) [Bookshop Owner]
  19. Deeny, Leander as [Barman] <25>
  20. Diggle, Chris as [USO Drummer] <92>
  21. Drake, Christopher (VII) as (uncredited) [Hydra Technician]
  22. Driver, Damon as (as Damon J. Driver) [Sergeant Duffy] <34>
  23. Evans, Chris (V) as [Captain America/Steve Rogers] <1>
  24. Feild, JJ as [James Montgomery Falsworth] <14>
  25. Ford, Scott (VII) as (uncredited) [German Soldier]
  26. Freeman, Richard (VI) as [SSR Doctor] <37>
  27. Garrett, Spencer (I) as (uncredited) [Newsreel Announcer]
  28. Garvey, Joe (II) as (uncredited) [HYDRA Guard]
  29. Gordon, Jack (VII) as [Army Heckler] <58>
  30. Hendrix, Nick as [Army Heckler] <56>
  31. Hoare, Sam as [Nervous Recruit] <26>
  32. Hope, William as [SHIELD Lieutenant] <21>
  33. Humphrey, Michael (VII) as [USO Drummer] <93>
  34. Hunter, William (IX) as (uncredited) [Hydra Soldier]
  35. Jackson, Samuel L. as [Nick Fury] <9>
  36. Joel, Todd Von as (uncredited) [Hydra Soldier]
  37. Johnston, Jacob (I) as (uncredited) [HYDRA Soldier]
  38. Jones, Toby (I) as [Dr. Arnim Zola] <10>
  39. Jones, Tommy Lee as [Colonel Chester Phillips] <4>
  40. Jorie, Chris as (uncredited) [Reporter]
  41. Kelly, Danielle (VIII) as [USO Dancer] <72>
  42. Kent, Adam (IV) as [USO Drummer] <87>
  43. Kohler, Matt as (uncredited) [HYDRA Soldier]
  44. Kunz, Simon (I) as [4F Doctor] <27>
  45. Lee, Stan (I) as (uncredited) [General]
  46. LeMay, Addison (I) as (uncredited) [SHIELD Agent X]
  47. Lozowski, Billy as [USO Drummer] <84>
  48. Luke, Derek (I) as [Gabe Jones] <12>
  49. Mandel, Alan (II) as (uncredited) [Prisoner of War]
  50. Margulies, Josh as (uncredited) [Brooklyn Pedestrian]
  51. McDonough, Neal as [Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan] <11>
  52. McKail, David as [Johann Schmidt's Artist] <35>
  53. Millington, Kevin as [Stark's Engineer] <60>
  54. Monckeberg, Patrick as [Manager Velt] <61>
  55. Montuel, Vincent as [Undercover Bum] <41>
  56. Morris, Wiliam as (as William Morris) [USO Drummer] <88>
  57. Newman, Maxwell as [Boy at Dock] <43>
  58. Niblett, Brian as (uncredited) [Theatre Spectator]
  59. Nolan, Nathan as (uncredited) [SHIELD Lieutenant]
  60. O Connor, Kieran as [Loud Jerk] <28>
  61. Oravec, Marek as [Jan] <23>
  62. Paulett, Gregory as [USO Drummer] <85>
  63. Payton, James as ['Adolph Hitler'] <54>
  64. Pearce, Oscar as [Search Team Leader] <20>
  65. Pinnock, Nicholas as [SHIELD Tech] <22>
  66. Pohl, Jan (II) as [Hutter] <45>
  67. Poole, Martin (II) as (uncredited) [Theatre Spectator]
  68. Raftery, Ronan as [Army Heckler] <55>
  69. Redman, Erich as [Schneider] <46>
  70. Reilly, Colin as (uncredited) [US Infantry Soldier]
  71. Ricci, Bruno as [Jacques Dernier] <10>
  72. Santino, Fabrizio as [Kruger's Driver] <42>
  73. Sdall, David as [USO Drummer] <89>
  74. Searle, Geoff (II) as (uncredited) [US Marine]
  75. Sherman, Drew (I) as (uncredited) [HYDRA Soldier]
  76. Sherman, Martin (III) as (as Martin T. Sherman) [Brandt's Aide] <18>
  77. Shrapnel, Lex as [Gilmore Hodge] <16>
  78. Simmons, Paul (VII) as [USO Drummer] <90>
  79. Simpson, Darren (I) as [Kid in USO Audience] <51>
  80. Stan, Sebastian as [James Buchanan 'Bucky' Barnes] <3>
  81. Stark, Peter (I) as [HYDRA Lieutenant] <62>
  82. Stinton, Colin as (uncredited) [New York Taxi Driver]
  83. Swan, Michael (I) as (voice) (uncredited) [Dodgers Announcer]
  84. Taubman, Anatole as [Roeder] <44>
  85. Tucci, Stanley (I) as [Dr. Abraham Erskine] <8>
  86. Turner, Sy as (uncredited) [Hydra Soldier]
  87. Tyzack, Matt as (uncredited) [Scientist]
  88. Uttley, Ben as [HYDRA Guard/HYDRA Pilot] <59>
  89. Walton, Marcello as [Undercover Bum] <40>
  90. Weaving, Hugo as [Johann Schmidt/Red Skull] <5>
  91. Wheeler, Marc as [USO Drummer] <91>
  92. Abbotts, Jennifer as [USO Dancer] <64>
  93. Antrobus, Michelle as [USO Dancer] <65>
  94. Atwell, Hayley as [Peggy Carter] <2>
  95. Coleman, Jenna-Louise as [Connie] <29>
  96. Colquhoun, Sophie as [Bonnie] <30>
  97. Dean, Lucy as [USO Dancer] <66>
  98. Dormer, Natalie as [Pvt. Lorraine] <19>
  99. Dusek, Erin as [USO Dancer] <67>
  100. Evans, Nicole (V) as [USO Dancer] <68>
  101. Fitzgerald, Mollie (III) as [Stark Girl] <33>
  102. Franklin, Lizzi as [USO Dancer] <69>
  103. Haddock, Laura (I) as [Autograph Seeker] <53>
  104. Harris, Emma (I) as [USO Dancer] <70>
  105. Hoult, Rosanna as [The Star Spangled Singer] <47>
  106. Isherwood, Rachael as [USO Dancer] <71>
  107. Mahoney, Teresa as (uncredited) [US Civilian]
  108. Mather, Kirsty as [The Star Spangled Singer] <49>
  109. May, Nicole as [USO Dancer] <73>
  110. McGuire, Stevie-Jean as [USO Dancer] <74>
  111. McNicholas, Anna as [USO Dancer] <75>
  112. Pethullis, Rosie as [USO Dancer] <76>
  113. Powell, Jessica (VI) as [USO Dancer] <77>
  114. Press, Katherine as [Project Rebirth Nurse] <38>
  115. Quartley, Rachel as [USO Dancer] <78>
  116. Riches, Sarah (I) as [USO Dancer] <79>
  117. Righetti, Amanda as [SHIELD Agent] <63>
  118. Rostron, Holly as [USO Dancer] <80>
  119. Royce, Caroline as [USO Dancer] <81>
  120. Sanderson, Megan as [Kid in USO Audience] <50>
  121. Slights, Naomi as [The Star Spangled Singer] <48>
  122. Thompson, Stephanie Jayne as [USO Dancer] <82>
  123. Toker, Fernanda as [Newsstand Mom] <52>
  124. Walker, Amanda (I) as [Antique Store Owner] <36>
  125. Waugh, Lucie as [USO Dancer] <83>


  1. Action
  2. Adventure
  3. Sci-Fi

Full Plot

It is 1942, America has entered World War II, and sickly but determined Steve Rogers is frustrated at being rejected yet again for military service. Everything changes when Dr. Erskine recruits him for the secret Project Rebirth. Proving his extraordinary courage, wits and conscience, Rogers undergoes the experiment and his weak body is suddenly enhanced into the maximum human potential. When Dr. Erskine is then immediately assassinated by an agent of Nazi Germany's secret HYDRA research department (headed by Johann Schmidt, a.k.a. the Red Skull), Rogers is left as a unique man who is initially misused as a propaganda mascot; however, when his comrades need him, Rogers goes on a successful adventure that truly makes him Captain America, and his war against Schmidt begins. Kenneth Chisholm ( During World War 2, Steve Rogers tries to enlist but is repeatedly rejected for his frail and sickly condition, however a scientist notes his determination and allows him to be accepted. What Steve doesn't know is that this scientist is in charge of a government project to create super soldiers, in which Steve is to be the first, but the colonel in charge of the project can't see what the scientist does in this scrawny runt - a strong inner character. Meanwhile, Johann Schmidt, head of a German science division known as HYDRA, knows this scientist and fears the success of his project in America. It could mean trouble for the Germans, so he sends a man to infiltrate and see if it's a success, and "take care" of the scientist if it is. It is, and he does, but not without Steve and his new abilities chasing him down. With the doctor dead, no more American supermen will be forthcoming, and Steve quickly becomes a mere U.S. war drive propaganda tool called "Captain America." His role is useful, if undignified, but he soldiers on with it dutifully till hearing of his best friend's unit's capture, for which he promptly heads out to rescue them. During this rescue, he meets the diabolical Schmidt, and the two become each other's arch nemesis. Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 877,675 (Spain) BT: USD 140,000,000 CP: MVL Film Finance LLC GR: USD 176,654,505 (USA) (10 November 2011) GR: USD 176,636,816 (USA) (6 November 2011) GR: USD 176,551,176 (USA) (30 October 2011) GR: USD 176,423,395 (USA) (23 October 2011) GR: USD 176,173,787 (USA) (16 October 2011) GR: USD 175,805,853 (USA) (9 October 2011) GR: USD 175,330,418 (USA) (2 October 2011) GR: USD 174,792,962 (USA) (25 September 2011) GR: USD 174,301,520 (USA) (18 September 2011) GR: USD 173,459,663 (USA) (11 September 2011) GR: USD 172,272,760 (USA) (4 September 2011) GR: USD 168,770,306 (USA) (28 August 2011) GR: USD 164,747,643 (USA) (21 August 2011) GR: USD 156,971,108 (USA) (14 August 2011) GR: USD 143,203,967 (USA) (7 August 2011) GR: USD 117,421,571 (USA) (31 July 2011) GR: USD 65,058,524 (USA) (24 July 2011) GR: USD 368,608,363 (Worldwide) (31 December 2011) GR: ARS 6,914,357 (Argentina) (31 July 2011) GR: AUD 4,600,786 (Australia) (31 July 2011) GR: BOB 774,012 (Bolivia) (31 July 2011) GR: BRL 10,659,892 (Brazil) (31 July 2011) GR: LTL 99,360 (Bulgaria) (31 July 2011) GR: CLP 266,954,353 (Chile) (31 July 2011) GR: COP 2,035,767,022 (Colombia) (31 July 2011) GR: HRK 272,435 (Croatia) (31 July 2011) GR: EUR 12,486,209,526 (Ecuador) (31 July 2011) GR: EEK 406,874 (Estonia) (31 July 2011) GR: ISK 9,428,870 (Iceland) (31 July 2011) GR: EEK 4,157,781 (Italy) (31 July 2011) GR: EUR 1,968,031 (Italy) (24 July 2011) GR: EUR 6,178,559 (Italy) GR: LVL 8,376 (Latvia) (31 July 2011) GR: MYR 4,556,569 (Malaysia) (31 July 2011) GR: MXN 94,900,951 (Mexico) (31 July 2011) GR: NZD 844,188 (New Zealand) (31 July 2011) GR: PEN 3,101,675 (Peru) (31 July 2011) GR: PHP 153,325,461 (Philippines) (21 August 2011) GR: PHP 150,144,934 (Philippines) (14 August 2011) GR: PHP 136,199,376 (Philippines) (7 August 2011) GR: PHP 88,443,978 (Philippines) (31 July 2011) GR: RUR 116,790,346 (Russia) (31 July 2011) GR: XAF 759,842 (Serbia) (31 July 2011) GR: SGD 2,035,486 (Singapore) (31 July 2011) GR: KRW 2,672,055,389 (South Korea) (31 July 2011) GR: EUR 5,755,493 (Spain) GR: TWD 55,999,283 (Taiwan) (31 July 2011) GR: THB 32,858,455 (Thailand) (31 July 2011) OW: USD 65,058,524 (USA) (24 July 2011) (3,715 screens) OW: ARS 6,907,592 (Argentina) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) OW: AUD 4,600,786 (Australia) (31 July 2011) (428 screens) OW: BOB 774,012 (Bolivia) (31 July 2011) (19 screens) OW: BRL 10,659,892 (Brazil) (31 July 2011) (572 screens) OW: BGL 66,103 (Bulgaria) (31 July 2011) (23 screens) OW: CLP 266,954,353 (Chile) (31 July 2011) (98 screens) OW: COP 2,035,767,022 (Colombia) (31 July 2011) (191 screens) OW: HRK 272,435 (Croatia) (31 July 2011) (13 screens) OW: EUR 12,486,209,526 (Ecuador) (31 July 2011) (50 screens) OW: EEK 406,874 (Estonia) (31 July 2011) (9 screens) OW: ISK 5,508,979 (Iceland) (31 July 2011) (8 screens) OW: EUR 1,968,031 (Italy) (24 July 2011) (556 screens) OW: LVL 8,376 (Latvia) (31 July 2011) (6 screens) OW: LTL 50,301 (Lithuania) (31 July 2011) (7 screens) OW: MYR 4,556,569 (Malaysia) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) OW: MXN 94,751,423 (Mexico) (31 July 2011) OW: NZD 844,188 (New Zealand) (31 July 2011) (90 screens) OW: PEN 3,101,675 (Peru) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) OW: PHP 88,443,978 (Philippines) (31 July 2011) (271 screens) OW: RUR 116,790,346 (Russia) (31 July 2011) OW: XAF 558,438 (Serbia) (31 July 2011) (4 screens) OW: SGD 2,035,486 (Singapore) (31 July 2011) (77 screens) OW: KRW 2,167,288,566 (South Korea) (31 July 2011) (441 screens) OW: TWD 37,153,294 (Taiwan) (31 July 2011) (64 screens) OW: THB 32,858,455 (Thailand) (31 July 2011) (160 screens) SD: 28 June 2010 - November 2010 SD: 12 April 2011 - 23 April 2011 (re-shoots) WG: USD 56,811 (USA) (6 November 2011) (102 screens) WG: USD 78,429 (USA) (30 October 2011) (139 screens) WG: USD 160,743 (USA) (23 October 2011) (184 screens) WG: USD 233,254 (USA) (16 October 2011) (246 screens) WG: USD 311,753 (USA) (9 October 2011) (303 screens) WG: USD 436,207 (USA) (2 October 2011) (350 screens) WG: USD 302,029 (USA) (25 September 2011) (334 screens) WG: USD 563,946 (USA) (18 September 2011) (540 screens) WG: USD 845,653 (USA) (11 September 2011) (804 screens) WG: USD 1,928,367 (USA) (4 September 2011) (1,050 screens) WG: USD 2,248,438 (USA) (28 August 2011) (1,424 screens) WG: USD 4,115,529 (USA) (21 August 2011) (1,988 screens) WG: USD 7,210,902 (USA) (14 August 2011) (2,835 screens) WG: USD 13,021,922 (USA) (7 August 2011) (3,620 screens) WG: USD 25,554,303 (USA) (31 July 2011) (3,715 screens) WG: USD 65,058,524 (USA) (24 July 2011) (3,715 screens) WG: ARS 6,907,592 (Argentina) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) WG: AUD 4,600,786 (Australia) (31 July 2011) (428 screens) WG: BOB 774,012 (Bolivia) (31 July 2011) (19 screens) WG: BRL 10,659,892 (Brazil) (31 July 2011) (572 screens) WG: BGL 66,103 (Bulgaria) (31 July 2011) (23 screens) WG: CLP 266,954,353 (Chile) (31 July 2011) (98 screens) WG: COP 2,035,767,022 (Colombia) (31 July 2011) (191 screens) WG: HRK 272,435 (Croatia) (31 July 2011) (13 screens) WG: EUR 12,486,209,526 (Ecuador) (31 July 2011) (50 screens) WG: EEK 406,874 (Estonia) (31 July 2011) (9 screens) WG: ISK 5,508,979 (Iceland) (31 July 2011) (8 screens) WG: EUR 860,234 (Italy) (31 July 2011) (556 screens) WG: EUR 1,968,031 (Italy) (24 July 2011) (556 screens) WG: LVL 8,376 (Latvia) (31 July 2011) (6 screens) WG: LTL 50,301 (Lithuania) (31 July 2011) (7 screens) WG: MYR 4,556,569 (Malaysia) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) WG: MXN 94,751,423 (Mexico) (31 July 2011) WG: NZD 844,188 (New Zealand) (31 July 2011) (90 screens) WG: PEN 3,101,675 (Peru) (31 July 2011) (134 screens) WG: PHP 1,507,373 (Philippines) (21 August 2011) (18 screens) WG: PHP 9,263,406 (Philippines) (14 August 2011) (88 screens) WG: PHP 30,828,129 (Philippines) (7 August 2011) (221 screens) WG: PHP 88,443,978 (Philippines) (31 July 2011) (271 screens) WG: RUR 116,790,346 (Russia) (31 July 2011) WG: XAF 558,438 (Serbia) (31 July 2011) (4 screens) WG: SGD 2,035,486 (Singapore) (31 July 2011) (77 screens) WG: KRW 2,167,288,566 (South Korea) (31 July 2011) (441 screens) WG: TWD 37,153,294 (Taiwan) (31 July 2011) (64 screens) WG: THB 32,858,455 (Thailand) (31 July 2011) (160 screens)

Movie Certificate

PG (Ireland)
PG-13 (USA)(certificate #46937)
12 (South Korea)
PG-13 (Malaysia)
PG (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario)
PG (Singapore)
12A (UK)
G (Philippines)(MTRCB)
11 (Norway)
12 (Netherlands)
G (Canada)(Quebec)
U (France)
13 (Argentina)
14 (Peru)
M/12 (Portugal)
12 (Brazil)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
11 (Sweden)
G (Japan)
12 (Germany)
T (Italy)
7 (Spain)

Music Composers

  1. Silvestri, Alan


  1. Johnson, Shelly (I) (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Sheppard, Anna B.


Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2011) (Argentina) (DVD)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2011) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
CJ Entertainment [kr] - (2011) (South Korea) (theatrical)
Central Partnership [ru] - (2011) (Russia) (theatrical)
FX Network [us] - (2013) (USA) (TV) (cable)
Film1 [nl] - (2012) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
Forum Cinemas [lt] - (2011) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
Forum Films [ee] - (2011) (Estonia) (theatrical)
Forum Films [lt] - (2011) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
Odeon [gr] - (2011) (Greece) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Paramount Home Entertainment (Spain) [es] - (2011) (Spain) (DVD)
Paramount Home Entertainment [us] - (2011) (USA) (DVD)
Paramount Home Entertainment [us] - (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Paramount Japan [jp] - (2011) (Japan) (theatrical) (as Paramount Pictures Japan)
Paramount Pictures Entertainment [ca] - (2011) (Canada) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [ar] - (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [au] - (2011) (Philippines) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [bo] - (2011) (Bolivia) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [br] - (2011) (Brazil) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [mx] - (2011) (Mexico) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [nz] - (2011) (New Zealand) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures International [pe] - (2011) (Peru) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures [de] - (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures [fr] - (2011) (France) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures [us] - (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [bg] - (2011) (Bulgaria) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [cl] - (2011) (Chile) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [co] - (2011) (Colombia) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [cshh] - (2011) (Serbia) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [ec] - (2011) (Ecuador) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [gr] - (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [hr] - (2011) (Croatia) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [is] - (2011) (Iceland) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [it] - (2011) (Italy) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [my] - (2011) (Malaysia) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [ph] - (2011) (Philippines) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [sg] - (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [th] - (2011) (Thailand) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [tw] - (2011) (Taiwan) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures Benelux [nl] - (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Universal Pictures Benelux [nl] - (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [be] - (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [nl] - (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais [pt] - (2011) (Portugal) (all media)


  1. Aaron II, Tony (stand-in) (uncredited)
  2. Abrams, Connor (post production intern)
  3. Agaronoff, Jeanette (assistant: cast)
  4. Aitken, Sophie (II) (catering manager)
  5. Aldington, Clare (assistant: Mr. Broussard)
  6. Allen, Jason (XXIII) (location assistant)
  7. Amir, H. Leah (key craft service: Los Angeles)
  8. Angus, Caridad (stand-in: Hayley Atwell)
  9. Anthony, Sian Angharad (daily crowd runner) (uncredited)
  10. Arvan, Marlene (assistant production manager: additional photography)
  11. Auditore, Alexis (physical asset coordinator)
  12. Auditore, Alexis (physical assets coordinator: Marvel Studios)
  13. Baldwin, Fiona (assistant production coordinator)
  14. Barry, Matt (III) (craft manager: second unit)
  15. Baulcomb, Kevin (production assistant: second unit)
  16. Bean, Dave (I) (photo double: Stanley Tucci)
  17. Bedford-Stradling, Rosie (construction nurse: Longcross)
  18. Beer, Christopher Michael (production assistant)
  19. Bell, Mitchell (physical production executive: Marvel Studios) (as Mitch Bell)
  20. Bendis, Brian (creative committee: Marvel Studios) (as Brian Michael Bendis)
  21. Benedetti, Benjamin (post facilities manager) (uncredited)
  22. Berlanga, Ashley (production assistant: reshoots)
  23. Berlanga, Brittney (production assistant)
  24. Bidner, Tyson (location manager: New York)
  25. Blakeman, Chris (production assistant)
  26. Bovington, Matthew (accounting assistant)
  27. Brazier, Emma (assistant accountant)
  28. Broadfoot, Duncan (location unit manager)
  29. Broderick, Lauren (locations runner)
  30. Brown, Danny B. (asset assistant) (as Danny Brown)
  31. Brown, Emma (XVI) (construction nurse: Longcross)
  32. Brown, Mitchell (II) (chef)
  33. Browne, Tracy (I) (first assistant accountant: additional photography)
  34. Buckley, Dan (IV) (creative committee: Marvel Studios)
  35. Budd, Billy (II) (military advisor)
  36. Burnham, Julie (unit nurse: second unit)
  37. Campbell-Bell, Rob (assistant location manager)
  38. Caubet, Yara (production secretary: additional photography, New York)
  39. Chandou, Claire (first assistant accountant: US)
  40. Chiavetta, Julia (assistant script supervisor)
  41. Clarkson, Ciarron (set production assistant)
  42. Cloud, Chris (I) (location assistant: New York)
  43. Conners, Kit (additional production assistant: Los Angeles)
  44. Cooper, Daniel-Konrad (assistant: Mr. Jones)
  45. Coulson, Celine (set production assistant: dailies)
  46. Cover, Lucy (base production assistant)
  47. Covino, Frank (assistant location manager: New York)
  48. Crawford, Dean (I) (location marshall)
  49. Creed, Sam (stand-in)
  50. Crooke, Tom (location manager)
  51. Cullen, Patrick (II) (assistant military advisor)
  52. Curran, Alexandra C. (production assistant: New York)
  53. Currie, James (V) (body double)
  54. Curtis, Barry (II) (security manager)
  55. Dalton, John (X) (health and safety advisor)
  56. David, Elmar (assets administrator)
  57. Davies, Tim (VIII) (assistant location manager: Wales)
  58. Deeny, Leander (double: Steve Rogers)
  59. Denton, Erika (clearance)
  60. Denton, Erika (script clearance manager: Marvel Studios)
  61. Desira, Paul (location marshall)
  62. Di Rezze, Kay (accounting assistant)
  63. Didio Jr., Tony (armorer)
  64. Donovan, Kathryn (unit publicist)
  65. Dudley, Rachael (II) (location marshall)
  66. Dunn, Piers (location scout)
  67. Durand, Judi M. (adr voice)
  68. Egan, Dean (production assistant)
  69. Elson, Charlie (daily crowd production assistant)
  70. Fairfield, John (location runner)
  71. Farnsworth, Freddie Joe (technical advisor: military)
  72. Ferlisi, Scott (location scout: New York)
  73. Fine, Alan (II) (creative committee: Marvel Studios)
  74. Fisher, John (XIX) (armorer)
  75. Fitzgerald, Mollie (I) (assistant: Mr. Johnston, US)
  76. Flynn, Sean (XI) (technology executive: Marvel Studios)
  77. Fortino, Chris (production assistant: Los Angeles)
  78. Fortino, Matthew (set production assistant: additional photography)
  79. Foster Found, Lucia (aerial operations coordinator)
  80. Fulton, Nick (location manager: Liverpool)
  81. Gardner, Holly (III) (crowd production assistant)
  82. Gavigan, Luc (runner: second unit)
  83. Gelbman, Itamar (language supervisor)
  84. Gilbertson, Christopher (military technical advisor)
  85. Goble, Emily (location marshall)
  86. Gonzalez, Otniel (armorer) (uncredited)
  87. Gould, Gaynor Fitzgerald (craft manager)
  88. Grant, David J. (physical production executive: Marvel Studios)
  89. Gregory, Nicky (unit nurse)
  90. Grosser, Rob (II) (security consultant)
  91. Hales, Sarah (catering assistant)
  92. Haley-Baker, Pete (craft chef)
  93. Hall, Chris (XIII) (security production assistant)
  94. Hamelin, Ryan (additional production assistant) (uncredited)
  95. Hamelin, Ryan (production assistant)
  96. Han, Wayne (key production assistant: New York)
  97. Handley, Will (aerial safety coordinator)
  98. Hankey, Chris (location marshall) (uncredited)
  99. Hannay, Richard (health and safety officer)
  100. Harris, Leon (IV) (location marshall)
  101. Harrison, Callum (location marshall)
  102. Haynes, Andrew (I) (office production assistant: New York)
  103. Haynes, Ronald M. (key assistant location manager: additional photography)
  104. Hazeley, Madeline (assistant to aaron k. parry)
  105. Horwood, Jason (stand-in: Chris Evans)
  106. Hung, Benjamin (finance executive)
  107. Hung, Benjamin (finance executive: Marvel Studios)
  108. Jack, Andrew (dialect coach)
  109. Jack, Paula (I) (dialect coach)
  110. James, Ali (I) (location manager)
  111. Jarvis, Zachary (assistant: Mr. Evans)
  112. Jeffries, Nick (I) (supervising armorer)
  113. Johnston, Jacob (I) (visual development coordinator)
  114. Jones, Jamie (XI) (production assistant)
  115. Jordan, Alexandra (I) (locations) (as Alexandra Lavis-Jordan)
  116. Jordan, Nick (VI) (travel coordinator: USA)
  117. Jordan, Vince (I) (catering supervisor)
  118. Kadamani, Cory (production assistant)
  119. Kelly-Sordelet, Kaelan (production assistant)
  120. Kemp, Jamie (craft chef: second unit)
  121. Kerr, Nichola (payroll accountant)
  122. Kiefer, Kash (special photo: soldier)
  123. Koll, David (production assistant: Los Angeles)
  124. Konopisos, Jason (body double)
  125. Lasting, Gabrielle (assistant production coordinator: NY Unit)
  126. Lasting, Gabrielle (assistant production coordinator: second unit)
  127. Laurence, Nick (additional runner)
  128. Leonard, Jonathan (IV) (assistant: Mr. Evans)
  129. Lin, James (location scout)
  130. Ling, Feifei (production assistant)
  131. Linton, James (stand-in)
  132. Litchfield, Flory (technical operations executive)
  133. Litchfield, Flory (technical operations executive: Marvel Studios)
  134. Lloyd, Bethan (set production assistant: second unit)
  135. Lloyd-James, Tamsin (accounts clerk)
  136. Lobban, Philip (location scout)
  137. Logan, Scott Allen (key location manager: additional photography)
  138. Lopez, Sharon (production coordinator: addditional photography)
  139. Lord, Mike (IV) (catering assistant)
  140. Lote, Anthony (production assistant)
  141. Luzeus, Saul (production assistant: New York)
  142. Mackins, Peter (canteen assistant)
  143. Madden, Robert (I) (set production assistant)
  144. Malaret, Ruben (publicist)
  145. Malin, Lee Philip (security assistant)
  146. Manlove, Richard (stand-in)
  147. Mansfield, Sharon (script supervisor: second unit)
  148. Markoe, Bruce (post-production executive: Marvel Studios)
  149. Marks, Miranda (production coordinator: second unit)
  150. Marshall, Sharon (III) (catering assistant)
  151. Masciarelli, Dan (producer: main titles, Rok!t)
  152. Matthews, Sean W. (office production assistant: New York)
  153. Maxwell, Becky (I) (first assistant accountant)
  154. May-Leybourne, Barry (health and safety officer)
  155. McCoy, Julie (I) (production assistant)
  156. McDonnell, Morgan (catering assistant)
  157. McFarlin, Volney (assistant: Mr. Jackson)
  158. McGill, Frankie (catering manager: second unit)
  159. McGowan, Randy (digital assets supervisor: Marvel Studios)
  160. McHugh, Cheryl (first assistant accountant: US)
  161. McHugh, Cheryl (payroll accountant: US)
  162. McRobbie, Erik (chef)
  163. Mearns, David (II) (location marshall)
  164. Menkin, David (accent advisor: Norwegian)
  165. Miller, Dave (XLIII) (security personnel)
  166. Miller, Elizabeth (XI) (security personnel)
  167. Miller, Jodi (VI) (marketing executive: Marvel Studios)
  168. Mitchell, Damian (armourer)
  169. Moran, Ciaran (payroll accountant)
  170. Moreno, Doug (financial controller) (as Douglas Moreno)
  171. Morgan Chiswick, Zoe (additional set production assistant)
  172. Morgan, Victoria (I) (production coordinator)
  173. Morley, Peter (III) (catering manager)
  174. Mullen, Christopher (II) (production assistant)
  175. Murphy, Lyndsay (business affairs coordinator: Marvel Studios)
  176. Neville, Simon (set armorer)
  177. Nicolai, Stuart (assistant location manager: New York)
  178. Nicoll, Natalie (assistant: Ms. Atwell)
  179. Nicoll, Natalie (personal trainer: Ms. Atwell)
  180. Nikjoo, Tommy (systems administrator)
  181. Nordstrum, Andrew (production assistant)
  182. O'Connell, Darren (set production assistant: second unit)
  183. O'Hanlon, Mark (I) (assistant location manager: Liverpool)
  184. O'Reilly, Carolyn (production assistant)
  185. Omari, Mouine (location marshall)
  186. Osborne, Dan (armorer)
  187. Parker, R. Ben (set production assistant: additional photography)
  188. Patel, Mitul (II) (security supervisor)
  189. Patterson, Tim (III) (assistant production coordinator: additional photography)
  190. Penlington, Kate (clearance coordinator)
  191. Piddington, Charlotte (assistant: Mr. Gostelow)
  192. Pile, Finlay (location manager: second unit)
  193. Pilgrim, Will (creative research manager: Marvel Studios) (as Will Corona Pilgrim)
  194. Pill, Emma (supervising location manager)
  195. Potter, Ryan (III) (production attorney)
  196. Potter, Ryan (III) (production attorney: Marvel Studios)
  197. Precious, Dana (executive in charge of marketing: Marvel Studios)
  198. Quesada, Joe (creative committee: Marvel Studios)
  199. Rayner, Oliver (assistant: Mr. Johnston)
  200. Revell, Mike (I) (executive in charge of feature estimating)
  201. Revell, Mike (I) (executive in charge of feature estimating: Marvel Studios)
  202. Revington, Helen (construction nurse)
  203. Romans, Craig (product placement manager: Marvel Studios)
  204. Rook, Samuel (set production assistant)
  205. Rosenberg-Marvin, Page (production supervisor: additional photography)
  206. Ross, Michael (LIII) (executive in charge of legal affairs: Marvel Studios)
  207. Rothwell, Ben (V) (on-set armorer)
  208. Rowlands, Cadi Helene (crowd production assistant)
  209. Ruby, Tanya (accounting assistant)
  210. Rueda, Jason (set production assistant)
  211. Sabouni, Bob (executive in charge of promotions: Marvel Studios)
  212. Sacks, Quinny (choreographer) (uncredited)
  213. Scannell, Chris (chef)
  214. Schwartz, Jonathan (XXXII) (assistant: Mr. Feige)
  215. Scott, Judson (assistant: Ms. Alonso)
  216. Scott, Steve (XXXI) (paramedic)
  217. Segal, Francine (dialect coach: adr)
  218. Sharpe, Mandy (location assistant)
  219. Shaw, David (XL) (diving safety supervisor)
  220. Shih, Jeszen (crew manager)
  221. Slinn, Richard (accounting assistant)
  222. Spano, Susan (photo double)
  223. Stahl, Andrew (set production assistant: re-shoots)
  224. Steffens, Rob (executive in charge of finance: Marvel Studios)
  225. Stephens, Andy (IV) (aerial operations manager)
  226. Stern, Erin (set production assistant: additional photography)
  227. Steven, Aaron (production assistant)
  228. Stevenson, Luke (I) (production secretary)
  229. Stewart, Jeffrey (II) (marketing executive: Marvel Studios)
  230. Tanner, David (VI) (diver)
  231. Taylor, David (LXIX) (key location assistant)
  232. Thio, Kim (paramedic: construction/rigging)
  233. Toma, Kirollos (production assistant)
  234. Tran, Trinh (I) (assistant: Mr. D'Esposito)
  235. Treasure, Tom (II) (production assistant)
  236. Trimble, Scott (key assistant location manager: additional photography)
  237. Trimble, Scott (location scout: additional photography)
  238. Trowse, Sarah (production accountant)
  239. Tsentserensky, Steve (production assistant)
  240. Tunnicliffe, Scott (chef: second unit)
  241. Vick, Lisa (script supervisor)
  242. Villagomez, Daniel (contract administration manager: Marvel Studios)
  243. Viola, Steve (creative director: Main Titles: Rok!t)
  244. Walker, Aaron (VI) (production assistant)
  245. Ware, Colin (I) (modeling and texture artist)
  246. Warren, Paul (VI) (stand-in: Skinny Steve Rogers (Chris Evans))
  247. Wasserman, Jacob (co-key set production assistant: New York)
  248. Waterson, Simon (personal trainer)
  249. Wells-Hunt, James (chef)
  250. Whedon, Joss (consultant) (uncredited)
  251. Winderbaum, Brad (interactive marketing manager: Marvel Studios)
  252. Wolff, Marc (chief pilot: second unit)
  253. Woodley, Mike (I) (aerial coordinator: second unit)
  254. Yu, Jean Fen (accounting clerk: additional photography)
  255. Zealey, David (assistant production coordinator)
  256. Zienka, Steven (office production assistant: reshoots)


Peggy Carter: How do you feel? Steve Rogers: Taller. Steve Rogers: [showing his shield to Peggy] What do you think? [Peggy unloads her gun into the shield] Peggy Carter: [sweetly] Yes. I think it works. [from trailer] Col. Chester Phillips: General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men. Loud Jerk: You just don't know when to give up, do ya? Steve Rogers: I could do this all day. Col. Chester Phillips: Our goal is to create the greatest army in history. Steve Rogers: I should be going with you. Look, I know you don't think I can do this... James 'Bucky' Barnes: This isn't a back alley, Steve. It's war! Col. Chester Phillips: But every army begins with one man. Abraham Erskine: Five tries in five different cities. I can offer you a chance. Col. Chester Phillips: He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier. Steve Rogers: Why me? Abraham Erskine: Because a weak man knows the value of strength, of the value of power. Steve Rogers: That wasn't so bad. Abraham Erskine: That was penicillin. Col. Chester Phillips: We are going to win this war because we have the best men. Abraham Erskine: Now, Mr. Stark. [Howard Stark engages the machine] Col. Chester Phillips: And they will, personally, escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell. Steve Rogers: Who the hell are you? Heinz Kruger: The first of many. Cut off one head... [bites down on cyanide pill] Heinz Kruger: ...two more shall take its place. Hail Hydra. Steve Rogers: [after being injected in the arm] That wasn't so bad. Abraham Erskine: That was penicillin. Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Wait. You know what you're doing? Steve Rogers: Yeah. I knocked out Adolf Hitler over 200 times. Peggy Carter: Wait! [she kisses Steve] Peggy Carter: Go get him. [surprised by the kiss, Steve looks at Colonel Phillips] Col. Chester Phillips: I'm not kissing you. [Schmidt and Zola go to the rooftop, where a one-man escape helicopter is waiting] Dr. Arnim Zola: What about me? Where will I sit? Red Skull: [hands the key to his car to Zola] Not a scratch, Doctor. Not a scratch. Steve Rogers: Sir, if you're going after Schmidt, I want in Col. Chester Phillips: You're an experiment. You're going to Alamogordo. Steve Rogers: The serum worked. Col. Chester Phillips: I asked for an army and all I got was you. You are not enough. Red Skull: Arrogance may not be a uniquely American trait, but I must say, you do it better than anyone. But there are limits to what even you can do, Captain, or did Erskine tell you otherwise? Steve Rogers: He told me you were insane. Red Skull: Ah. He resented my genius and tried to deny me what was rightfully mine, but he gave you everything. So, what made you so special? Steve Rogers: Nothing. I'm just a kid from Brooklyn. [last lines] [Steve Rogers finds himself in New York] Nick Fury: At ease, soldier! Look, I'm sorry about that little show back there, but we thought it best to break it to you slowly. Steve Rogers: Break what? Nick Fury: You've been asleep, Cap. For almost 70 years. [Steve is silent with shock] Nick Fury: You gonna be okay? Steve Rogers: Yeah. Yeah, I just... I had a date. Abraham Erskine: Do you want to kill Nazis? Steve Rogers: Is this a test? Abraham Erskine: Yes. Steve Rogers: I don't want to kill anyone. I don't like bullies; I don't care where they're from. Steve Rogers: You save me any of that schnapps? Abraham Erskine: Not as much as I should have. Sorry. Col. Chester Phillips: If you have something to say, right now's a perfect time to keep it to yourself. SHIELD Agent: [as Steve escapes] All agents, Code 13! Nick Fury: [finding Steve in a gym] Trouble sleeping? Steve Rogers: You're here with the mission, sir? Nick Fury: I am. Steve Rogers: Trying to get me back in the world? Nick Fury: Trying to save it. [Steve finds Bucky strapped to a table in one of Schmidt's testing labs and quickly releases him from it] Steve Rogers: It's me. It's Steve. James 'Bucky' Barnes: [groggily] Steve? Steve Rogers: Come on. James 'Bucky' Barnes: Steve. Steve Rogers: I thought you were dead. James 'Bucky' Barnes: [aware of Steve's new size] I thought you were smaller. Peggy Carter: You can't give me orders! Steve Rogers: The hell I can't! I'm a Captain! [smiles] Steve Rogers: Where are we going? James 'Bucky' Barnes: The future. Howard Stark: The moment you think you know what's going on in a woman's head is the moment your goose is well and truly cooked . [a body is discovered in the Arctic] SHIELD Lieutenant: Base. Get me a line to the Colonel! I don't care what time it is! This one's waited long enough. [Schmidt admires a wooden Norse carving] Johann Schmidt: Yggdrasil. Tree of the world. Guardian of wisdom. And fate, also. [discovers a wooden drawer, uncovers the Tesseract] Johann Schmidt: And the Führer digs for trinkets in the desert. [Zola tests the Cube on a machine] Dr. Arnim Zola: Twenty... forty... sixty... stabilizing at seventy percent. Johann Schmidt: I have not come all this way for safety, doctor. [switches the machine to full power] Steve Rogers: Can I ask a question? Abraham Erskine: Just one? Steve Rogers: Why me? Abraham Erskine: I suppose that's the only question that matters. Abraham Erskine: [Displaying a wine bottle] This is from Augsburg, my city. So many people forget that the first country the Nazis invaded was their own. You know, after the last war, they... My people struggled. They... they felt weak... they felt small. Then Hitler comes along with the marching, and the big show, and the flags, and the, and the... and he... he hears of me, and my work, and he finds me, and he says "You." He says "You will make us strong." Well, I am not interested. So he sends the head of Hydra, his research division, a brilliant scientist by the name of Johann Schmidt. Now Schmidt is a member of the inner circle and he is ambitious. He and Hitler share a passion for occult power and Teutonic myth. Hitler uses his fantasies to inspire his followers, but for Schmidt, it is not fantasy. For him, it is real. He has become convinced that there is a great power hidden in the earth, left here by the gods, waiting to be seized by a superior man. So when he hears about my formula and what it can do, he cannot resist. Schmidt must become that superior man. Steve Rogers: Did it make him stronger? Abraham Erskine: Yeah, but... there were other... effects. The serum was not ready. But more important, the man. The serum amplifies everything that is inside, so good becomes great; bad becomes worse. This is why you were chosen. Because the strong man who has known power all his life, may lose respect for that power, but a weak man knows the value of strength, and knows... compassion. Steve Rogers: Thanks. I think. Abraham Erskine: [Gesturing toward the wine] Get it, get it. Whatever happens tomorrow, you must promise me one thing. That you will stay who you are, not a perfect soldier, but a good man. Dr. Arnim Zola: Schmidt believes he walks in the footsteps of the gods. Col. Chester Phillips: Hm! Dr. Arnim Zola: Only the world itself will satisfy him. Col. Chester Phillips: Did you realize that's nuts, don't you? Dr. Arnim Zola: The insanity of the plan is of no consequence. Col. Chester Phillips: And why is that? Dr. Arnim Zola: Because he can do it! Col. Chester Phillips: What's his target? Dr. Arnim Zola: His target is everywhere. James Montgomery Falsworth: [toasts] To the Captain! James 'Bucky' Barnes: [discovering Steve is taller] What happened to you? Steve Rogers: I joined the Army. [talking about Steve taking the Super-Soldier formula] James 'Bucky' Barnes: Did it hurt? Steve Rogers: A little. James 'Bucky' Barnes: Is this permanent? Steve Rogers: So far. Johann Schmidt: Captain America! How exciting! I'm a great fan of your films! Johann Schmidt: No matter what lies Erskine told you, you see, I was his greatest success! [Schmidt removes his face mask and reveals his face as the Red Skull to Steve and Bucky] James 'Bucky' Barnes: [to Steve] You don't have one of those, do you? James 'Bucky' Barnes: [looking down a long and steep zip line they'll soon be traveling] Remember when I made you ride the Cyclone on Coney Island? Steve Rogers: Yeah, and I threw up? James 'Bucky' Barnes: This isn't payback, is it? Steve Rogers: [grinning] Now why would I do that? Col. Chester Phillips: Sit down. [Colonel Phillips puts down a tray of food at a table] Dr. Arnim Zola: What is this? Col. Chester Phillips: Steak. Dr. Arnim Zola: What is in it? Col. Chester Phillips: Cow. Dr. Arnim Zola: I don't eat meat. Col. Chester Phillips: Why not? Dr. Arnim Zola: It disagrees with me. Col. Chester Phillips: How about cyanide? Does that give you the rumbly tummy, too? Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: [to a guard who's just knocked off his hat with a billy club] You know, Fritz, one of these days I'm gonna have a stick of my own. Gabe Jones: Who are you supposed to be? Steve Rogers: I'm... Captain America. [Steve walks off to free the soldiers trapped below] James Montgomery Falsworth: I beg your pardon? General: I thought he'd be taller. [Steve starts yelling] Peggy Carter: Shut it down! Abraham Erskine: Kill the reactor, Mr. Stark! Turn it off! Kill it! Kill the reactor! Steve Rogers: [from within the chamber] No! Don't! I can do this! Peggy Carter: You're late. [hold up broken transmitter] Steve Rogers: I couldn't call my ride. Steve Rogers: I had some ideas about the uniform. Howard Stark: Whatever you want, pal. [in the Arctic, looking for Captain America] Howard Stark: Just keep looking. Howard Stark: Seems harmless enough. Hard to see what all the fuss is about. [gets thrown back] Howard Stark: Write that down. Howard Stark: Fondue is just cheese and bread, my friend. Steve Rogers: [picking up a shield] What about this one? Howard Stark: No, no, that's just a prototype. Steve Rogers: What's it made of? Howard Stark: Vibranium. It's stronger than steel and a third the weight. It's completely vibration absorbent. Tower Keeper: You cannot control the power you hold. You will burn! Johann Schmidt: I already have. [shoots and kills the Tower Keeper, rubs his cheekbone] 4F Doctor: [looks at Steve's file which shows he has a long list of health issues] Sorry, son. Steve Rogers: Look, just give me a chance. 4F Doctor: You'd be ineligible on your asthma alone. Steve Rogers: Is there anything you can do? 4F Doctor: I'm doing it. I'm saving your life. Abraham Erskine: [knocking on the capsule Steve is locked in for the procedure to change him] Steven, can you hear me? Steve Rogers: It's probably too late to go to the bathroom, right? Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: So, let's get this straight. Gabe Jones: We barely got out of there alive, and you want us to go back? Steve Rogers: Pretty much. James Montgomery Falsworth: Sounds rather fun, actually. Jim Morita: [burps] I'm in. [Jacques and Gabe converse briefly in French] Gabe Jones: [referring to himself and Jacques] We're in. Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Hell, I'll always fight. But you gotta do one thing for me. Steve Rogers: What's that? Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: [drinks the rest of his beer in one go] Open a tab. [they laugh as Steve gets up to go to the bar] Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: Well, that was easy. Steve Rogers: Dr. Erskine said that the serum wouldn't just effect my muscles, it would effect my cells. Create a protective system of regeneration and healing. Which means, um, I can't get drunk. Did you know that? Peggy Carter: Your metabolism burns four times faster than the average person. He thought it could be one of the side effects. Col. Chester Phillips: [looking over the men] You're not REALLY thinking about picking Rogers, are you? Abraham Erskine: I wasn't just THINKING about it. He is a clear choice. Col. Chester Phillips: When you brought a ninety-pound asthmatic onto my army base, I let it slide. I thought "What the hell, maybe he'd be useful to you like a gerbil." Never thought you'd pick him. Peggy Carter: [to soldiers doing push-ups] UP! Col. Chester Phillips: You put a needle in that kid's arm it's gonna go right through him. Peggy Carter: [to the soldiers doing jumping jacks] Come on, girls! Col. Chester Phillips: [looking at Steve's best effort but belabored execution] Look at that. He's makin' me cry. Abraham Erskine: I am looking for qualities beyond the physical. Col. Chester Phillips: Do you know how long it took to set up this project? Of all the groveling I had to do in front of Senator What's-his-name's committee? Abraham Erskine: Yes, I'm well aware of your efforts. Col. Chester Phillips: Then throw me a bone. Hodge passed every test we gave him. He's big, he's fast, he obeys orders - he's a soldier. Abraham Erskine: He's a bully. Col. Chester Phillips: You don't win wars with niceness, doctor. You win wars with guts. [the Colonel pulls the pin of a grenade and throws it among the recruits] Col. Chester Phillips: GRENADE! Steve Rogers: I know this neighborhood. I got beat up in that alley. And that parking lot. And behind that diner. Timothy 'Dum Dum' Dugan: [looks at Jim Morita while asking Captain America] What, are we taking everybody? Jim Morita: I'm from Fresno, Ace. Steve Rogers: There's not gonna be a safe landing, but I can try and force it down. Peggy Carter: I'll-I'll get Howard on the line. He'll know what to do. Steve Rogers: There's not enough time. This thing's moving too fast and it's heading for New York. I gotta put her in the water. Peggy Carter: Please don't do this. W-we have time. We can work it out. Steve Rogers: Right now I'm in the middle of nowhere. If I wait any longer a lot of people are gonna die. Peggy, this is my choice. Steve Rogers: [turns the plane toward earth] Peggy... Peggy Carter: I'm here. Steve Rogers: I'm gonna need a rain check on that dance. Peggy Carter: All right. A week next Saturday at The Stork Club. Steve Rogers: You've got it. Peggy Carter: Eight o'clock on the dot. Don't you dare be late. Understood? Steve Rogers: You know, I still don't know how to dance. Peggy Carter: I'll show you how. Just be there. Steve Rogers: We'll have the band play something slow. [the ship Cap is piloting is about to crash onto an icy land in the Arctic] Steve Rogers: I'd hate to step on your... [the radio goes to static] Peggy Carter: Steve? Steve? [Colonel Phillips is nearby as a tear drops down Peggy's face] Peggy Carter: Steve? [Colonel Phillips walks off. Peggy is alone, silently sobbing] HYDRA Soldier: Cut off one head, two more shall... Col. Chester Phillips: [blows him away] Let's go find two more! Red Skull: You are deluded, Captain. You pretend to be a simple soldier, but in reality you are just afraid to admit that we have left humanity behind. Unlike you, I embrace it proudly. Without fear! Red Skull: You could have the power of the gods! Yet you wear a flag on your chest and think you fight a battle of nations! I have seen the future, Captain! There are no flags! Captain America: Not my future! [Captain America goes to the edge of the dock to rescue the boy thrown in the water by the spy] Boy at Dock: Go get him! I can swim. Steve Rogers: [Right before they zipline onto the moving train Dr. Zola is on] We've only got about a 10 second window. You miss that window and we're all just bugs on a windshield! Steve Rogers: Mind the Gap! Col. Chester Phillips: General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons but are won by men. We are going to win this war because we have the best... men. [the colonel's speech falters as his eyes fall sadly upon Steve. He glances over to catch Dr. Erskine's eye, which Dr. Erskine tactfully avoids] Col. Chester Phillips: [gulping]... and because they are gonna get better. Much better. The Strategic Scientific Reserve is an allied effort made up of the best minds in the free world. Our goal is to create the best army in history, but every army starts with one man. At the end of this week, we will choose that man. He will be the first in a new breed of super-soldier. You may personally escort Adolf Hitler to the gates of Hell. Peggy Carter: [to soldiers in training] Faster, ladies! Come on! My GRANDMOTHER has more life in her, God rest her soul. MOVE IT! Peggy Carter: You have no idea how to talk to a woman, do you? Steve Rogers: I think this is the longest conversation I've had with one. Women aren't exactly lining up to dance with a guy they might step on. Senator Brandt: Geez! Somebody get THAT kid a SANDWICH. Steve Rogers: What about the others? Are you planning a rescue mission? Col. Chester Phillips: Yeah, it's called winning the war. Steve Rogers: But if you know where they are, why not at least... Col. Chester Phillips: They're thirty miles behind the lines, through some of the most heavily fortified territory in Europe. We'd lose more men than we'd save, but I don't expect you to understand that because you're a chorus girl. Steve Rogers: I think I understand just fine. Col. Chester Phillips: Well, then understand it somewhere else. [first lines] Search Team Leader: Are you the guys from Washington? Red Skull: YOU ARE FAILING! Abraham Erskine: Whatever happens tomorrow you must promise me one thing. That you will stay who you are. Not a perfect soldier, but a good man.

Other Titles

  1. Captain America (2008) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  2. Captain America (2011) (ENG)
    (USA) (informal short title)

  3. Captain America - Il primo vendicatore (2011) (ENG)
    (Italy) (imdb display title)

  4. Frostbite (2009) (ENG)
    (USA) (fake working title)

  5. The First Avenger: Captain America (2010) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Aldershot, Hampshire, England, UK
  2. Bourne Woods, Farnham, Surrey, England, UK
  3. Caerwent, Monmouthshire, Wales, UK
  4. Culross, Fife, Scotland, UK
  5. Downtown, Los Angeles, California, USA
  6. Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK
  7. Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK
  8. Manhattan Beach, California, USA
  9. New York City, New York, USA
  10. Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
  11. Raleigh Manhattan Beach Studios - 1600 Rosecrans Avenue, Manhattan Beach, California, USA - (studio)
  12. San Marino, California, USA
  13. Shepperton Studios, Shepperton, Surrey, England, UK
  14. Simi Valley, California, USA
  15. Universal Studios - 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, USA - (studio)


- 'Jon Favreau' (qv) was originally chosen by Marvel Studios to direct this film (which he intended to make as a buddy comedy), but he chose to direct _Iron Man (2008)_ (qv). 'Nick Cassavetes' (qv), was also considered to direct this film, and had been set as a director for _Iron Man (2008)_ (qv) in December 2004.

- Despite being "The First Avenger", it is the last solo Avenger film to be released before the team-up film, _The Avengers (2012)_ (qv).

- SPOILER: According to producer 'Avi Arad' (qv), "The biggest opportunity with Captain America is as a man 'out of time', coming back today, looking at our world through the eyes of someone who thought the perfect world was small-town America. Sixty years go by, and who are we today? Are we better?"

- 'Joe Johnston (I)' (qv) was chosen as the film's director because of his previous work on the period films _The Rocketeer (1991)_ (qv) (like Captain America, also an adventure movie) and _October Sky (1999)_ (qv).

- 'Louis Leterrier' (qv) viewed some of the concept art for the film, and was impressed enough to offer his services, but Marvel Studios turned him down. However, his film _The Incredible Hulk (2008)_ (qv) features a