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Alternate Title: Stephen King's Creepshow

Creepshow (Stephen King's Creepshow) (1982) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film Creepshow

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  • 1982
  • Creepshow Films Inc., Laurel Entertainment Inc., Laurel-Show Inc., Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: (Live Action), Segment "Prologue": Billy's Mother, Billy.
    Characters (Live Action), Segment "The Crate": Henry Northrup, Wilma Northrup, Dexter Stanley, Charlie Gereson, Mike the Janitor, Tabitha Raymond, Richard Raymond, Host, Maid, Fluffy, College Party Host, Bartender.
    Characters (Live Action), Segment "Something To Tide You Over": Richard Vickers, Harry Wentworth, Becky Vickers.
    Characters (Live Action), Segment "Father's Day": Sylvia Grantham, Aunt Bedelia, Hank Blaine, Richard Grantham, Cass Blaine, Nathan Grantham, Nathan's Corpse, Yarbro, Mrs. Danvers.
    Characters (Live Action), Segment "They're Creeping Up On You": Upson Pratt, White, Lenora Castonmeyer Characters (Live Action), Segment "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill": Jordy Verrill, Jordy's Dad, Cameos, Doctor.
    Characters (Live Action), Segment "Epilogue": Billy's Mother, Billy, Stan, Garbage Men.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action), Segment "Prologue": Iva Jean Saraceni (Billy's Mother), Joe King (Billy).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action), Segment "The Crate": Hal Holbrook (Henry Northrup), Adrienne Barbeau (Wilma Northrup), Fritz Weaver (Dexter Stanley), Robert Harper (Charlie Gereson), Don Keefer (Mike the Janitor), Christine Forrest (Tabitha Raymond), Chuck Aber (Richard Raymond), Cletus Anderson (Host), Katie Karlovitz (Maid), Darryl Ferrucci (Fluffy), David Garrison (College Party Host), Charles Van Eman (Bartender).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action), Segment "Something To Tide You Over": Leslie Nielsen (Richard Vickers), Ted Danson (Harry Wentworth), Gaylen Ross (Becky Vickers).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action), Segment "Father's Day": Carrie Nye (Sylvia Grantham), Viveca Lindfors (Aunt Bedelia), Ed Harris (Hank Blaine), Warner Shook (Richard Grantham), Elizabeth Regan (Cass Blaine), Jon Lormer (Nathan Grantham), John Amplas (Nathan's Corpse), Peter Messer (Yarbro), Nann Mogg (Mrs. Danvers).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action), Segment "They're Creeping Up On You": E. G. Marshall (Upson Pratt), David Early (White), Ann Muffly (Lenora Castonmeyer).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action), Segment "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill": Stephen King (Jordy Verrill), Bingo O'Malley (Jordy's Dad, Cameos), John Colicos (Doctor).
    Vocal Talent (Live Action, Segment "Epilogue": Iva Jean Saraceni (Billy's Mother), Joe Hill (Billy), Marty Schiff (Garbage Man #1), Tom Savini (Garbage Man #2), Tom Atkins (Stan).
  • Directed By George A. Romero.
  • Produced By Richard P. Rubinstein.
    Associate Producer: David E. Vogel.
    Executive Producer: Salah M. Hassanein.
  • Written By Stephen King.
    Short Stories "The Crate and Weeds": Stephen King.
  • Director: George A. Romero.
  • First Assistant Directors: John Harrison, Richard Hawley.
  • Second Assistant Director: Carl Clifford.
  • Art Direction: Larry Fulton.
  • Head Scenic Artist: Ellen Hopkins.
  • Artist, Spectre Art: Ron Frenz.
  • Artist, Comic Book Art: Jack Kamen.
  • Artist, Comic Book Lettering: Jim Novak.
  • Artist, Miscellaneous Art: Bernie Wrightson.
  • Graphic Designer: Larry Fulton.
  • Assistant Designers: Larry Fulton, Christine Oagley.
  • Animator: Rick Catizone.
  • Assistant Animator: Mark Letto.
  • Cel Painter: Paul Bucciarelli.
  • Director of Photography: Michael Gornick.
  • First Assistant Camera: Tom Dubensky.
  • Second Assistant Camera: Kriss Husar.
  • Camera Operators, Second Unit, Segment "Something To Tide You Over": Paul Van Haut, Joe Wittkofski.
  • Still Photographers: Richard Golomb, Susan Golomb, James Hamilton, Katherine Kolbert.
  • Key Grip: Nicholas Mastandrea.
  • Grips: Joe Abeln, Rich Dwyer, Salah Hassanein Jr., Michael Listorti, Richard Ricci, Moonbaby Schiff, Chad Stockdale, Nick Tallo.
  • Lighting Director: Alan Brennecke.
  • Gaffer: Jim Forrester.
  • Slate: Simon Manses.
  • Best Boy: Richard M. Sieg.
  • Loader: Brian Vahey.
  • Production Design: Cletus Anderson.
  • Painters: David Chesnet, Cathy Corton, Eileen Garrigan, Brian Kelly, Jan Pascale, Gayle Wurthner.
  • Green Effects: Bill Bilowit, Jan Foster.
  • Head Carpenters: Keith Brzozowski, Howard Jones.
  • Carpenters: Maury Burgwin, Stacy Eddy, Dan Ferro, Michael McMackin, Louis P. Taylor.
  • Design Office Coordinator: Janice Burgess.
  • Property Master: Bruce Alan Miller.
  • Assistant Property Masters: James C. Feng, Sharon Seymour.
  • Prop Assistants: Henry Grillo, Kathy Grillo, Bob Perdziola, Ken Thompson.
  • Construction Coordinator: Ed Fountain.
  • Scenic Grips: Bill Franko, Charles Shatzkin.
  • Costume Design: Barbara Anderson.
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Ainslie Bruneau.
  • Wardrobe Supervisor: Claudia Anderson.
  • Assistant Wardrobe Supervisor: Eileen Mae Sieff.
  • Makeup Artist: Bonnie Priore.
  • Second Makeup Artist: Cindy Perriello.
  • Makeup Effects Assistants: Rick Catizone, Darryl Ferrucci, Jessie Nathans.
  • Special Makeup Effects: Tom Savini.
  • Production Manager: Charles Layton.
  • Unit Managers: Rick Brown, Richard Feury.
  • Sound Editor: Pam DeMetruis-Thomas.
  • Additional Sound Editors: Tom Dubensky, Darrell Hanzalik, Wendy Wank, Dean Wetherell.
  • Post-Production Sound Supervisor: Petur Hliddal.
  • Daily Sound Transferer: Bill Smales.
  • Re-Recording: Todd-A O.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Gary D. Alexander, Chris Jenkins, Larry Stensvold.
  • Boom Operator: Pam DeMetruis-Thomas.
  • Dialogue Editor: Janet Swanson.
  • Production Sound Services: Ledol.
  • Additional Sound Services: Laurel Communications.
  • Scenic Special Effects: Cletus Anderson.
  • Designer, Drowning Effects: Ed Fountain.
  • Visual Effects Supervisor, David Stipes Productions: David Stipes.
  • Visual Effects Technician: Hal Miles.
  • Visual Effects: David Stipes Productions.
  • Mattes: David M. Garber, David Stipes.
  • Matte Painting Photography: Jim Aupperle.
  • Opticals: Harvey Plastrik, Computer Opticals.
  • Casting Consultants: Tom Kibbe, Cami Taylor.
  • Editor, Segment "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill": Pasquale Buba.
  • Editor, Segment "The Crate": Paul Hirsch.
  • Editor, Segment "Something To Tide You Over": George A. Romero.
  • Editor, Segments "Father's Day," "They're Creeping Up On You": Michael Spolan.
  • First Assistant Editor: Ron Bochar.
  • Assistant Editors: Wendy Hedin, Lisa F. Levine, Joe Stillman, Margaret Strosser.
  • Apprentice Editor: Frederic Hirsch.
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Michael Gornick.
  • Post-Production Assistant: Simon Manses.
  • Color Supervisors (Technicolor): Otto Paoloni, Joseph Violante.
  • Music: John Harrison.
  • Composer (Additional Music): Michelle DiBucci.
  • Keyboard and Bass Guitar: John Harrison.
  • Piano: Michael Abelson.
  • Drums and Percussions: Ron "Byrd" Foster.
  • Music Producer: John Sutton.
  • Music Recording: Jeree Studios.
  • Music Engineer: Don Garvin.
  • Music Library: Capitol Production Music.
  • Music Librarian: Ole Georg.
  • Original Soundtrack Album Available On: Varèse Sarabande.
  • Soundtrack Producer: John Sutton.
  • Transportation Coordibnator: Peter Levy.
  • Driver: Frank A. Serrao.
  • Assistant to Producer: Maureen Andersen.
  • Second Assistant to Producer: Cindey Hunsicker.
  • Assistant to Director: Christine Forrest.
  • Assistants to Cast: Peggy Ahwesh, Leslie Sullivan, Natalka Voslakov.
  • Publicity: England, Strohl, DeNigris.
  • Unit Publicist: Jane Alsobrook.
  • Production Accountants: D. Ballie, Frank Planas.
  • Accounting Assistant: Teresa Bozsan.
  • Production Assistants: Jim Brewelhide, Richard Brown Jr., Michael Brown, Darlyne Chauve, Scott Coulter, Charles A. Duncombe Jr., Elizabeth England, Tom Gleason, Barry Gress, Philip Harris, Steven LeSage, William Mott, Charles Parkhurst, Debbie Pinthus, Erica Pinto, Brian Sullivan, Mark Tierno, Fred Tietz, Robert Tinnell, Thomas Underiner, Vanessa Visconti.
  • Roach Wranglers: David A. Brody, Raymond A. Mendez.
  • Bookkeepers: Tina Carbonell, Clair McCoy.
  • Production Associate: Joe Fiacco.
  • Auditors: Charles Forman, Alexander Weill.
  • Production Secretaries: Kimberly Giannini, Joanne Long.
  • Liaison (U.F.D.): Joan Lerner.
  • Office Manager: Vincent D. Survinski.
  • Location Office Coordinator: Melanie Parkhurst.
  • Production Office Coordinator: Judi Rosner.
  • Production Medic: G. Shevchik.
  • Script Supervisor: Joanne Shoe.
  • Security: Sam Trapani.
  • Title Design: The Animators Inc.
  • Title Designer: Bob Wolcott.
  • Catering: Mascaro's.
  • Insurance: Rogal & Co. Insurance.
  • Special Thanks: Kirby McCauley, Irvin Shapiro, Adams, Ray & Rosenberg, Carnegie Mellon-University, Gateway Toyota, Kelley Drye & Warren, New Jersey Film Commission, Page America Inc., Pennsylvania Film Commission, Pollock, Bloom & Dekom, Shehady's Oriental Rugs.

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Cartoon Summary:

Inspired by the EC comic books, Stephen King wrote this original screenplay anthology which includes five parts: "Father's Day," "Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill (played by King)," "Crate," "Something to Tide You Over" and "They're Creeping Up...  (more)

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