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The Evil Dead (15-Oct-1981)

Director: Sam Raimi

Writer: Sam Raimi

Music Composed and Conducted by: Joe Loduca

Producer: Robert Tapert

Keywords: Horror, Zombie

Five friends vacationing in a small forest cabin find a tape recorder and play its message; Sumerian demons are unleashed and the hapless friends are possessed one by one. Stephen King called this "the most ferociously original horror film of the year." Filmed on a budget of $325,000. Raimi remade this film as Evil Dead II (1987), also starring Bruce Campbell.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bruce Campbell
Actor
22-Jun-1958   Evil Dead
Ted Raimi
Actor
14-Dec-1965   Joxer on Xena, Warrior Princess

CAST

starring
Bruce Campbell   ...   Ashley J. Williams
with
Ellen Sandweiss   ...   Cheryl
Hal Delrich   ...   Scott
Betsy Baker   ...   Linda
Sarah York   ...   Shelly
Fake Shemps
Phil Gillis   ...   Fake Shemp
Ted Raimi   ...   Fake Shemp
Dorothy Tapert   ...   Fake Shemp
Ivan Raimi   ...   Fake Shemp
Cheryl Guttridge   ...   Fake Shemp
Bill Vincent   ...   Fake Shemp
Barbara Carey   ...   Fake Shemp
Mary Beth Tapert   ...   Fake Shemp
David Horton   ...   Fake Shemp
Scott Spiegel   ...   Fake Shemp
Wendall Thomas   ...   Fake Shemp
John Cameron   ...   Fake Shemp
Don Long   ...   Fake Shemp
Joanne Kruse   ...   Fake Shemp
Stu Smith   ...   Fake Shemp
Gwen Cochanski   ...   Fake Shemp
Kurt Rauf   ...   Fake Shemp
Debie Jarczewski   ...   Fake Shemp

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