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Spellbinder (1988)

Director: Janet Greek

Writer: Tracy Tormé

Music by: Basil Poledouris

Producers: Joe Wizan; Brian Russell

Keywords: Horror, Witchcraft

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Timothy Daly
Actor
1-Mar-1956   Seven Girlfriends
M. C. Gainey
Actor
18-Jan-1948   Sideways
Christopher Lawford
Actor
29-Mar-1955   All My Children
Audra Lindley
Actor
24-Sep-1918 16-Oct-1997 Helen Roper on Three's Company
Kelly Preston
Actor
13-Oct-1962   What a Girl Wants
Rick Rossovich
Actor
28-Aug-1957   Navy Seals
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Actor
27-Sep-1950   Mortal Kombat

CAST

Timothy Daly   ...   Jeff Mills
Kelly Preston   ...   Miranda Reed
Co-Starring
Audra Lindley   ...   Mrs. White
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa   ...   Lt. Lee
Diana Bellamy   ...   Grace Woods
Anthony Crivello   ...   Aldys
Roderick Cook   ...   Ed Kennerle
Stefan Gierasch   ...   Edgar DeWitt
Kyle Heffner   ...   Herbie Green
James Louis Watkins   ...   Tim Weatherly
and
Rick Rossovich   ...   Derek Clayton
M. C. Gainey   ...   Brock
Sally Kemp   ...   Marilyn DeWitt
Bob McCracken   ...   Simmons
Karen Baldwin   ...   Mona
Cynthia Steele   ...   Receptionist
Richard Fancy   ...   Sgt. Barry
Peter Schreiner   ...   Barry
John DeMita   ...   Brad
Diane Racine   ...   Woman in Coven
Alexandra Morgan   ...   Pamela
Christopher Lawford   ...   Phil
Dale Cummings   ...   Frye
Harold Diamond   ...   Man
Don Woodard   ...   Steve
Marisa Redanty   ...   Alice
Thomas F. Maguire   ...   Priest

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