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The Horror Show (28-Apr-1989)

Director: James Isaac

Writers: Leslie Bohem; David Blyth (as "Alan Smithee")

Music by: Harry Manfredini

Producer: Sean S. Cunningham

Keywords: Horror, Alan Smithee

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lewis Arquette
14-Dec-1935 10-Feb-2001 Arquette patriarch
Lance Henriksen
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Brion James
20-Feb-1945 7-Aug-1999 Leon the replicant in Blade Runner
Alvy Moore
5-Dec-1921 4-May-1997 Hank Kimball on Green Acres
Dedee Pfeiffer
1-Jan-1964   The Sky Is Falling
Lawrence Tierney
15-Mar-1919 26-Feb-2002 Joe Cabot in Reservoir Dogs


Lance Henriksen   ...   Lucas McCarthy
Brion James   ...   Max Jenke
Rita Taggart   ...   Donna McCarthy
Dedee Pfeiffer   ...   Bonnie McCarthy
Aron Eisenberg   ...   Scott McCarthy
Thom Bray   ...   Peter Campbell
Matt Clark   ...   Dr. Tower
Also Starring
David Oliver   ...   Vinnie
Terry Alexander   ...   Casey
Lewis Arquette   ...   Lt. Miller
Armand Asselin   ...   Escort Guard
Robert V. Barron   ...   Death-a-Thon Announcer
Bobby Collins   ...   TV Comedian
Meshell Dillon   ...   Little Girl
Greg Finley   ...   Tom Ippolito
Stephen A. Henry   ...   Morgue Doctor
Zane Levitt   ...   Electrician
Larry McCormick   ...   TV Newscaster
Jack McGee   ...   Night Watchman
Alvy Moore   ...   Chili Salesman
Oliver Muirhead   ...   Priest
John Sistrunk   ...   Prison Doctor
Lawrence Tierney   ...   Warden
Greg Kean Williams   ...   UPS Man


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