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Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996)

Director: Bradford May

Writers: Michael Colleary; Mike Werb

Music by: Randy Miller

Producer: David Roessell

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Superheroes

Second sequel to Darkman (1990).

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Bennett
19-Nov-1949   Lacroix on Forever Knight
Roxann Dawson
11-Sep-1958   B'Elanna on Star Trek: Voyager
Jeff Fahey
29-Nov-1952   The Lawnmower Man
Darlanne Fluegel
25-Nov-1958   To Live and Die in LA
Arnold Vosloo
16-Jun-1962   The Mummy


Jeff Fahey   ...   Peter Rooker
Darlanne Fluegel   ...   Bridget Thorne
Roxann Dawson   ...   Angela Rooker
Arnold Vosloo   ...   Darkman / Peyton Westlake
Nigel Bennett   ...   Nico
Alicia Panetta   ...   Jenny Rooker
Ronn Sarosiak   ...   Mack
Peter Graham   ...   Joey
Shawn Doyle   ...   Adam
Vieslav Krystyan   ...   Ivan
Chris Adams   ...   Whit
Rick Parker   ...   E. K.
Joel Bissonnette   ...   Mayo
John Novak   ...   Ryan Mitchell
Chris Bondy   ...   Gibson
Von Flores   ...   Johnny Lee
Eric Hollo   ...   Paul Raney
Gino Giacomini   ...   Beast
Lance Paton   ...   Narrator
Suzanne Primeau   ...   Mother
Bob Windsor   ...   Uncle Owen
Rene Beau Dean Huard   ...   Mitchell Supporter
Lorne Cossette   ...   Dr. Leonard
Diana Platts   ...   Reporter #1
Joanne Reece   ...   Reporter #2
Walker Boone   ...   Sgt. Troy
Brian Paul   ...   Angry Guest
Michelle Collins   ...   Nurse
Denise Baillargeon   ...   Female Guest


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