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Strangeland (2-Oct-1998)

Director: John Pieplow

Writer: Dee Snider

Music by: Anton Sanko

Producers: David L. Bushell; Dee Snider

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Linda Cardellini
25-Jun-1975   Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Robert Englund
6-Jun-1947   The original Freddy Krueger
Kevin Gage
26-May-1959   Heat
Elizabeth Peña
23-Sep-1961 14-Oct-2014 Tortilla Soup
Tucker Smallwood
22-Feb-1944   Space: Above and Beyond
Amy Smart
26-Mar-1976   Outside Providence
Dee Snider
15-Mar-1955   Frontman for Twisted Sister


Kevin Gage   ...   Mike Gage
Elizabeth Peņa   ...   Toni Gage
Brett Harrelson   ...   Steve Christian
Robert Englund   ...   Jackson Roth
Linda Cardellini   ...   Genevieve Gage
Tucker Smallwood   ...   Capt. Churchill Robbins
Ivonne Coll   ...   Rose Stravelli
Amy Smart   ...   Angela Stravelli
Dee Snider   ...   Capt. Howdy / Carleton Hendricks
Amal Rhoe   ...   Tiana Moore
Robert LaSardo   ...   Matt Myers
Andy Cooper   ...   Victim Bob
Archie Smith   ...   Elderly Man
Lois Hicks   ...   Mental Institution Nurse
Carey Louis Westbrook   ...   Sam the Orderly
Jillian McWhirter   ...   Carol Anne Chalmers-Perez
Pat Mahoney   ...   Wade Forrester
Lisa Nelson   ...   Reporter #1
Sheila Ivy Traister   ...   Reporter #2
Barbara Champion   ...   Sunny MacIntosh
Leslie Wing   ...   Madeline Roth
Xanthe Cook   ...   Kelly Roth
John Lindsey   ...   Newscaster
Laurence A. Curry   ...   Patrolman Young
Mark Bailey   ...   EMT Dan Hauser


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