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Big Bad Wolf (25-Oct-2006)

Director: Lance W. Dreesen

Writer: Lance W. Dreesen

Music Composed by: Dana Niu

Producers: Clint Hutchison; Lance W. Dreesen

Keywords: Horror, Hunting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kimberly J. Brown
Actor
16-Nov-1984   Halloweentown
Clint Howard
Actor
20-Apr-1959   Ice Cream Man
David Naughton
Actor
13-Feb-1951   An American Werewolf in London
Richard Tyson
Actor
13-Feb-1961   Kindergarten Cop

CAST

Richard Tyson   ...   Mitchell Toblat / Beast
Kimberly J. Brown   ...   Sam Marche
Sarah Aldrich   ...   Gwen Cowley
Christopher Shyer   ...   Charlie Cowley
Jason Alan Smith   ...   Alex
Robin Sydney   ...   Melissa
Adam Grimes   ...   Jason
Sarah Smith   ...   Cassie
Special Appearance by
David Naughton   ...   Sheriff Ruben
And Introducing
Trevor Duke   ...   Derek Cowley
Clint Howard   ...   Fulton Chaney
Andrew Bowen   ...   Scott Cowley
Adam Hendershott   ...   Nick Baxter
Jennifer Roa   ...   Breanna
Martin Dorsla   ...   Kenge
Walter Perez   ...   Fisher
Holly Towne   ...   Sarah
Shannon Malone   ...   Jasmine
Josh Fadem   ...   Suneel
Teresa Strasser   ...   News Reporter
Kurt Meyer   ...   Courier
Matthew Hutchison   ...   Front Desk Clerk
Mary Ann Dreesen   ...   Park Mom
Vicci Stewart   ...   Sam Double
Brooke Bateman   ...   Hotel Guest
Marschelle Bateman   ...   Hotel Guest

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