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Dark Fields (25-Oct-2009)

Original Title: The Rain

Director: Douglas Schulze

Writers: Douglas Schulze; Kurt Eli Mayry

Original Score by: David Bateman

Producers: Kurt Eli Mayry; Julie Schulze; Douglas Schulze

Keywords: Horror

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Carradine
8-Dec-1936 3-Jun-2009 Grasshopper
Richard Lynch
12-Feb-1936 19-Jun-2012 The Sword and the Sorcerer
Dee Wallace-Stone
14-Dec-1948   E.T.: The Extraterrestrial


Present Day
Richard Lynch   ...   Karl Lumis
Sasha Higgins   ...   Cari Lumis
Paula Ciccone   ...   Eleanor Lumis
Will Giordano   ...   Kyle Lumis
Ellen Sandweiss   ...   Mandy Applebe
Tiren Jhames   ...   Mr. Saul
Christopher Bondy   ...   Rev. Rochon
Peter Coady   ...   The Sheriff
Natalie Light   ...   Cari's Roommate
David G. B. Brown   ...   Roommate's Boyfriend
Caden Miller Baker   ...   Max Lumis
Colin Crenshaw   ...   Jack Lumis
Max   ...   The Dog
Dee Wallace-Stone   ...   Jean Applebe
Tiren Jhames   ...   Clarence Applebe
Maddie Dorsey   ...   Mandy Applebee
Jillian Hoffman   ...   Jenny Applebee
Mary Malaney   ...   Brenda Applebee
Guy Copland   ...   Dell -- Motel Manager
Jeff Beorger   ...   The Reverend
Daniel Cooper   ...   Dell's Boy
Adam Cooper   ...   Dell's Boy
William Fox   ...   Townsman
David Carradine   ...   Clive Jonis
Derek Brandon   ...   Daniel Jonis
Kristen Jarzembowski   ...   Maggie Jonis
Jimmy Doom   ...   Horace Greenly
James Howard Carr   ...   Ben Wheeler
J. J. Chidiac   ...   Simon Wheeler
Patrick Hidden Arrow Kelly   ...   The Shaman
Andre Neebnagezhick   ...   Native Boy


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