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Hollywood Boulevard (25-Apr-1976)

Directors: Joe Dante; Allan Arkush

Writer: Danny Opatoshu (as "Patrick Hobby")

Original Music by: Andrew E. Stein

Producer: Jon Davison

Keywords: Thriller, Filmmaking, Philippines, Explosions

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paul Bartel
6-Aug-1938 13-May-2000 Eating Raoul
Charles B. Griffith
23-Sep-1930 28-Sep-2007 Little Shop of Horrors
Jonathan Kaplan
Film Director
25-Nov-1947   Over the Edge
Dick Miller
25-Dec-1928   A Bucket of Blood
Mary Woronov
8-Dec-1943   Eating Raoul


Candice Rialson   ...   Candy Wednesday
Mary Woronov   ...   Mary McQueen
Rita George   ...   Bobbi Quackenbush
Jeffrey Kramer   ...   Patrick Hobby
Dick Miller   ...   Walter Paisley
Richard Doran   ...   P. G.
Tara Strohmeier   ...   Jill McBain
Paul Bartel   ...   Erich Von Leppe
John Kramer   ...   Duke Mantee
Jonathan Kaplan   ...   Scotty
Commander Cody   ...   Himself
and his Lost Planet Airmen   ...   Themselves
George Wagner   ...   Cameraman
W. L. Luckey   ...   Rico Bandello
David Boyle   ...   Obnoxious Kid
Glenn K. Shimada   ...   Ubiqutious Filipino
Joseph McBride   ...   Drive-In Rapist
Barbara Pieters   ...   Drive-In Mother
Shawn Pieters   ...   Drive-In Kid
Sue Veneer   ...   Drive-In Dyke
Charles B. Griffith   ...   Mark Dentine
Miller Drake   ...   First Mutant
Godzina   ...   Herself
Roberta Dean   ...   First Reporter
Milt Kahn   ...   Second Reporter
Todd McCarthy   ...   Author


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