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Warlock (2-Jun-1989)

Director: Steve Miner

Writer: D. T. Twohy

Music by: Jerry Goldsmith

Producer: Steve Miner

Keywords: Horror, Witchcraft

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Abercrombie
Actor
11-Sep-1934 26-Jan-2012 Alfred Pennyworth on Birds of Prey
Brandon Call
Actor
17-Nov-1976   J.T. Lambert on Step by Step
Richard E. Grant
Actor
5-May-1957   Dr. Who, Henry & June
Rob Paulsen
Actor
11-Mar-1956   Voice of Ninja Turtle Raphael
Julian Sands
Actor
15-Jan-1958   Warlock
Lori Singer
Actor
6-Nov-1957   Footloose
Mary Woronov
Actor
8-Dec-1943   Eating Raoul

CAST

Starring
Julian Sands   ...   Warlock
Lori Singer   ...   Kassandra
Richard E. Grant   ...   Redferne
Featuring
Mary Woronov   ...   Channeller
Richard Kuss   ...   Mennonite
Allan Miller   ...   Detective
Kevin O'Brien   ...   Chas
Anna Levine   ...   Pastor's Wife
David Carpenter   ...   Pastor
Kay E. Kuter   ...   Proctor
Ian Abercrombie   ...   Magistrate #1
Kenneth Danziger   ...   Magistrate #2
Art Smith   ...   Scribe
Robert Breeze   ...   Jailor
Frank Renzulli   ...   Cabbie
Brandon Call   ...   Little Boy
Nancy Fox   ...   Boy's Mother
Harry Johnson   ...   Farmer
Juli Burkhart   ...   Daughter-in-Law
Rob Paulsen   ...   Gas Station Attendant
Peter Sherayko   ...   Cop
Gyl Roland   ...   Ticket Agent
Meta King   ...   Flight Attendant
Bill Dunnam   ...   Railroad Employee
Wendy Feiner   ...   Passenger

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