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Return of the Living Dead Part II (8-Jan-1988)

Director: Ken Widerhorn

Writer: Ken Wiederhorn

Music by: J. Peter Robinson

Producer: Tom Fox

Keywords: Horror, Zombie

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Forrest J. Ackerman
24-Nov-1916 4-Dec-2008 Mr. Science Fiction
Dana Ashbrook
22-May-1967   Bobby Briggs from Twin Peaks
Phil Bruns
2-May-1931 8-Feb-2012 George Shumway on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
James Karen
28-Nov-1923   The Return of the Living Dead
Mitch Pileggi
5-Apr-1952   Walter Skinner on The X-Files


James Karen   ...   Ed
Thom Mathews   ...   Joey
Dana Ashbrook   ...   Tom Essex
Marsha Dietlein   ...   Lucy Wilson
Suzanne Snyder   ...   Brenda
Phil Bruns   ...   Doc Mandel
And Introducing
Michael Kenworthy   ...   Jesse Wilson
Thor Van Lingen   ...   Billy
Don Maxwell   ...   Billy's Dad
Sally Smythe   ...   Billy's Mom
Jason Hogan   ...   Johnny
Suzan Stadner   ...   Aerobics Instructor
Jonathan Terry   ...   Colonel
Allan Trautman   ...   Tarman
Reynold Cindrich   ...   Soldier
Mitch Pileggi   ...   Sarge
Arturo Bonilla   ...   Les
Terrence Riggins   ...   Frank
James McIntire   ...   Officer
Larry Nicholas   ...   Jesse's Double
Special Zombies
Forrest J. Ackerman   ...   Special Zombie
Douglas Benson   ...   Special Zombie
David Eby   ...   Special Zombie
Nicholas Hernandez   ...   Special Zombie
Derek Loughran   ...   Special Zombie
Annie Marshall   ...   Special Zombie
Richard Moore   ...   Special Zombie
Steve Neuvenheim   ...   Special Zombie
Brian Peck   ...   Special Zombie


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