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The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)

Director: Charles B. Pierce

Writer: Earl E. Smith

Music by: Jaime Mendosa-Nava

Producer: Charles B. Pierce

Keywords: Drama, Serial Killer

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Johnson
Actor
13-Jun-1918 8-Apr-1996 The Last Picture Show
Andrew Prine
Actor
14-Feb-1936   Gettysburg
Dawn Wells
Actor
18-Oct-1938   Mary Ann on Gilligan's Island

CAST

Starring
Ben Johnson   ...   Capt. J. D. Morales
Andrew Prine   ...   Deputy Norman Ramsey
Co-Starring
Jimmy Clem   ...   Sgt. Mal Griffin
Jim Citty   ...   Police Chief R. J. Sullivan
Charles B. Pierce   ...   Patrolman A. C. Benson
Robert Aquino   ...   Sheriff Otis Barker
Introducing
Cindy Butler   ...   Peggy Loomis
Christine Ellsworth   ...   Linda Mae Jenkins
Dawn Wells   ...   Helen Reed
Narrated by
Vern Stierman   ...   Narrator (voice)
Earl E. Smith   ...   Dr. Kress
Steve Lyons   ...   Roy Allen
Joe Catalanotto   ...   Eddie LeDoux
Roy Lee Brown   ...   Rainbow Johnson
Mike Hackworth   ...   Sammy Fuller
Misty West   ...   Emma Lou Cook
Rick Hildreth   ...   Buddy Turner
Jason Darnell   ...   Capt. Gus Wells
Mike Downs   ...   Newspaper Reporter
Bill Dietz   ...   Newspaper Reporter
Carolyn Moreland   ...   Newspaper Reporter
Michael Brown   ...   Police Officer
Woody Woodman   ...   FBI Agent
James D. McAdams   ...   Sheriff's Deputy
John Stroud   ...   Dr. Preston Hickson
Mason Andres   ...   Rev. Harden
Richard Green   ...   High School Principal
Dorothy Darlene Orr   ...   Dispatcher
Don Adkins   ...   Suspect
and
Bud Davis   ...   The Phantom Killer

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