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An American Haunting (5-Nov-2005)

Director: Courtney Solomon

Writer: Courtney Solomon

From novel: The Bell Witch: An American Haunting by Brent Monahan

Based on a book by: Brent Monahan

Original Score by: Caine Davidson

Producers: Courtney Solomon; Christopher Milburn; André Rouleau

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James D'Arcy
Actor
24-Aug-1975   Revelation
Vernon Dobtcheff
Actor
14-Aug-1934   Priceless
Rachel Hurd-Wood
Actor
17-Aug-1990   Wendy Darling
Sissy Spacek
Actor
25-Dec-1949   Coal Miner's Daughter
Donald Sutherland
Actor
17-Jul-1935   The Dirty Dozen

CAST

Donald Sutherland   ...   John Bell
Sissy Spacek   ...   Lucy Bell
James D'Arcy   ...   Richard Powell
Rachel Hurd-Wood   ...   Betsy Bell
Matthew Marsh   ...   James Johnston
Thom Fell   ...   John Bell, Jr.
Zoe Thorne   ...   Theny Thorn
Gaye Brown   ...   Kathe Batts
Sam Alexander   ...   Joshua Gardner
Miquel Brown   ...   Chloe
Vernon Dobtcheff   ...   Elder #1
Shauna Shim   ...   Anky
Madalina Stan   ...   Ethereal Girl
Phillip Hurd-Wood   ...   Partygoer
Vlad Cruceru   ...   Richard Bell (aged 4)
Alin Rosca   ...   Joel Bell (aged 10)
Andrei Serban   ...   Joel Bell (aged 6)
Isabelle Almgren-Doré   ...   Jane
Susan Almgren   ...   Mother (Elizabeth)
Howard Rosenstein   ...   Father
Lila Bata-Walsh   ...   Little Ghost Girl
Courtney Solomon   ...   Entity Voice
Rachel Hurd-Wood   ...   Entity Voice

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