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Total Recall (1-Jun-1990)

Director: Paul Verhoeven

Writers: Gary Goldman; Dan O'Bannon; Jon Povill; Ronald Shusett

From short story: We Can Remember It For You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Amnesia, Mars, Dystopian, Mutants, Robots

Douglas Quaid is a construction worker who dreams of a vacation on Mars, but his wife will have none of it. He goes to Rekall, a company that can install fake vacation memories in lieu of actual travel. Just before receiving the implant, Quaid finds that he isn't who he thought he was, and several parties, including his wife, are now out to kill him. Now he must go to Mars. Won a Special Achievement Oscar for Visual Effects; received two additional Oscar nominations, and a Hugo nomination for Best Dramatic Presentation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ray Baker
Actor
9-Jul-1948   Parent Trap III
Ronny Cox
Actor
23-Jul-1938   Lt. Bogomil in Beverly Hills Cop
Michael Ironside
Actor
12-Feb-1950   Scanners, Top Gun, Starship Troopers
Anne Lockhart
Actor
6-Sep-1953   Lt. Sheba on Battlestar Galactica
Dean Norris
Actor
c. 1963   Hank Schrader on Breaking Bad
Robert Picardo
Actor
27-Oct-1953   Holographic doctor on Star Trek: Voyager
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor
30-Jul-1947   Governor of California, 2003-11
Sharon Stone
Actor
10-Mar-1958   Basic Instinct
Rachel Ticotin
Actor
1-Nov-1958   Total Recall

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