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Ginger Snaps (1-Aug-2000)

Director: John Fawcett

Writers: Karen Walton; John Fawcett

Original Score: Michael Shields

Producers: Steve Hoban; Karen Lee Hall

Keywords: Horror, Werewolf, Halloween

Two fatalistic sisters find their bond put to an unlikely test when one is bitten by a werewolf.

ABSTRACT
Brigitte and Ginger Fitzgerald are death-obsessed sisters living in the suburban community of Bailey Downs, struggling through life thanks to their goth appearance and a pact to die together formed in their early childhood. A plan to kidnap school bully Trina Sinclair's dog one fateful night goes awry in a terrible way when Ginger is bitten by a werewolf, leading to severe behavioral and cosmetic changes that Brigitte must somehow find a way to contain before their entire town is placed at risk.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Katharine Isabelle
Actor
10-Mar-1982   Ginger Snaps
Kris Lemche
Actor
1978   Ginger Snaps
Emily Perkins
Actor
4-May-1977   Sue Lewis on Da Vinci's Inquest
Mimi Rogers
Actor
27-Jan-1956   Someone To Watch Over Me

CAST

Emily Perkins   ...   Brigitte
Katharine Isabelle   ...   Ginger
Kris Lemche   ...   Sam
Jesse Moss   ...   Jason
Danielle Hampton   ...   Trina
Peter Keleghan   ...   Mr. Wayne
John Bourgeois   ...   Henry
and
Mimi Rogers   ...   Pamela
Christopher Redman   ...   Ben
Jimmy MacInnis   ...   Tim
Lindsay Leese   ...   Nurse Ferry
Wendii Fulford   ...   Ms. Sykes
Ann Baggley   ...   Mother
Graeme Robertson   ...   Toddler
Maxwell Robertson   ...   Toddler
Pak-Kong Ho   ...   Janitor
Bryon Bully   ...   Hockey Kid
Steven Taylor   ...   Puppy Kid
Nick Nolan   ...   Creature & Gingerwolf

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