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Pet Sematary (21-Apr-1989)

Director: Mary Lambert

Writer: Stephen King

From novel: Pet Sematary by Stephen King

Music by: Elliot Goldenthal

Producer: Richard P. Rubinstein

Keywords: Horror, Cats, Zombie

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Denise Crosby
24-Nov-1957   Tasha Yar on Star Trek
Fred Gwynne
10-Jul-1926 2-Jul-1993 Herman on The Munsters
Miko Hughes
22-Feb-1986   Mercury Rising
Stephen King
21-Sep-1947   The Shining
Dale Midkiff
1-Jul-1959   Love Comes Softly


Dale Midkiff   ...   Louis Creed
Fred Gwynne   ...   Jud Crandall
Denise Crosby   ...   Rachel Creed
Brad Greenquist   ...   Victor Pascow
Michael Lombard   ...   Irwin Goldman
Miko Hughes   ...   Gage Creed
Blaze Berdahl   ...   Ellie Creed
Susan Blommaert   ...   Missy Dandridge
Mara Clark   ...   Marcy Charlton
Kavi Raz   ...   Steve Masterton
Mary Louise Wilson   ...   Dory Goldman
Andrew Hubatsek   ...   Zelda
Liz Davies   ...   Girl at Infirmary
Kara Dalke   ...   Candystriper
Matthew August Ferrell   ...   Jud as a Child
Lisa Stathoplos   ...   Jud's Mother
Stephen King   ...   Minister
Elizabeth Ureneck   ...   Rachel as a Child
Chuck Courtney   ...   Bill Baterman
Peter Stader   ...   Timmy Baterman
Richard Collier   ...   Young Jud
Chuck Shaw   ...   Cop
Dorothy McCabe   ...   Seatmate #1
Mary R. Hughes   ...   Seatmate #2
Eleanor Grace Courtemanche   ...   Logan Gate Agent
Donnie Greene   ...   Orinco Driver
Lila Duffy   ...   Budget Clerk
John David Moore   ...   Hitchhike Driver
Beau Berdahl   ...   Ellie Creed II


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