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The Servants of Twilight (1991)

Director: Jeffrey Obrow

Writers: Jeffrey Obrow; Stephen Carpenter

From novel: Twilight by Dean R. Koontz

Music Composed by: Jim Manzie

Producers: Venetia Stevenson; Jeffrey Obrow

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Belinda Bauer
13-Jun-1951   Timerider
Richard Bradford
10-Nov-1934 22-Mar-2016 Man in a Suitcase
Dale Dye
8-Oct-1944   Warriors, Inc.
Bruce Greenwood
12-Aug-1956   Dr. Griffin on St. Elsewhere
Grace Zabriskie
17-May-1941   Sarah Palmer in Twin Peaks


Bruce Greenwood   ...   Charlie Harrison
Belinda Bauer   ...   Christine Scavello
Grace Zabriskie   ...   Grace Spivey
Richard Bradford   ...   Henry Rankin
Jarrett Lennon   ...   Joey Scavello
Carel Struycken   ...   Kyle Barlow
Jack Kehoe   ...   Dr. Denton Boothe
Dale Dye   ...   Police Officer
James Harper   ...   Frank Ross
Bruce Locke   ...   George Wong
Kelli Maroney   ...   Sherry Ordway
Al White   ...   Pete Lockburn
Dante D'Andre   ...   Farmer Catalan
Patrick Massett   ...   Sandy Breckenstein
Jillian McWhirter   ...   Vera Lancaster
Russel Lunday   ...   Det. Falconi
Duduzile Mkhize   ...   Dr. Glennis
Charles Noland   ...   Plummer
William Porter   ...   Caretaker
Sage Allen   ...   Edna Vanoff
Mark Kinsey Stephenson   ...   Gunman at House
Stephen DuVall   ...   Roy
Scott Lincoln   ...   Man in Hotel
Mimi Craven   ...   Ms. Lindstrom
Lisa Rozier   ...   Television Reporter
Scott Rudolph   ...   Medic
Mark Phelan   ...   Croupier
Rebecca Staples   ...   Val
Thor   ...   Brandy, Chewbacca


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