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Paul-Michel Mielche Jr. (screenplay) and
Brian Trenchard-Smith (screenplay)
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2 August 1980 (Portugal) See more »
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Australian stuntman Grant Page goes to Los Angeles to work on a television series. He uses his spare time to lend his expertise to rock band Sorcery... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Grant Page ... Himself
Monique van de Ven ... Herself
Margaret Gerard ... Lois
Paul Haynes ... King of the Wizards - Sorcery
Curtis Hyde ... Prince of Darkness - Sorcery
Greg Magie ... Lead Singer - Sorcery
Smokey Huff ... Lead Guitar - Sorcery
Richie King ... Bass Guitar - Sorcery
Perry Morris ... Drums - Sorcery (as Pere Morris)
Doug Loch ... Keyboards - Sorcery
Richard Blackburn ... The Agent (as Dick Blackburn)
Ron Raley ... The TV Director
Chris Chalen ... The Escapologist
T.J. Shaner
Barbara Paskin
Lawrence D. Feinberg
Barbara S. Edelstein (as Barbara Edelstein)
Douglas Farren

Phil Hartman (as Phil Hartmann)

Jeff Michalski
Yana Nirvana
Bob Perlow (as Robert Perlow)
Francine Selkirk
Rick McCullough

Directed by
Brian Trenchard-Smith 
Writing credits
Paul-Michel Mielche Jr. (screenplay) and
Brian Trenchard-Smith (screenplay)

Produced by
Martin Fink .... producer
Arnie Frank .... associate executive producer
Hermen Ilmer .... executive producer
Anne Strasburg .... associate producer
Original Music by
Smokey Huff  (as Richard Smokey Taylor)
Cinematography by
Helmen Ilmer 
Robert Primes  (as Bob Carras)
Film Editing by
Beth Bergeron 
Robert Leighton  (as Robert H. Money)
Makeup Department
Sue Dolph .... makeup artist
Production Management
Anne Strasburg .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ross Brown .... assistant director
Art Department
Max Mendes .... props
Sound Department
Crew Chamberlain .... boom operator
William Cooper .... sound mixer (as Bill Cooper)
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
Anthony Cecere .... stunt coordinator
Grant Page .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Anderson .... camera assistant
Guido Van De Vyvere .... camera operator (as Guido F.R Van De Vyvere)
Sheila Dingwall .... still photographer
Alan Gornick .... underwater cinematographer (as Allan Gornick Jr.)
Randy Nolen .... camera assistant
Dean Peterson .... camera assistant
Joseph L. Rezwin .... electrician
Tom Richer .... grip
Patrick Riley .... camera assistant
Steven Ross .... best boy
Paul Ryan .... additional photographer
Reynaldo Villalobos .... additional photographer
Ken Wheeland .... key grip (as Wayne Wheeland)
Mark Woods .... concert lighting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Margaret Rose .... costumes
Editorial Department
Curtis Burch .... assistant editor (as Curt Burch)
Susan Emanule .... assistant editor
Wendy Friend .... assistant editor
Earl Watson .... supervising editor
Music Department
Jimmie Haskell .... soundtrack producer
Other crew
John Beard .... production assistant
Chris Berg .... technician
Charlie .... technical consultant
Don Clifford .... technician
David Davies .... production assistant
Danny Felperin .... technician
Robert Loyal Good .... technician
Lyn Hemmerdinger .... script supervisor
Jerry Landry .... concert designer
Roxanne Loget .... production secretary
E. Nelson .... technician
Christopher Pearce .... production consultant
Chares Petersen .... production assistant
Urs Stalder .... cinemobile technician

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Also Known As:
"Crash" - USA (reissue title)
"Sorcery" - USA (reissue title)
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86 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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This movie was filmed in TODD-AO and 4 channel track stereo sound.See more »
Movie Connections:
Features Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)See more »


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What a treasure this is!, 25 November 2009
Author: rthinaz from United States

What a treasure from the 70's this film is. I recently watched this film and it was a true joy for me. I worked in the film industry as a camera man in L.A. back in the 70's and 80's when this was being made. I remember the buzz in Hollywood/L.A. about this picture about stunt work in the movies. The filming in part,took place in Hollywood Ca. and at the MGM studio's in Culver City Ca. I enjoyed the insight of the Director,Brian Trenchard Smith, in presenting the contribution stuntmen made in making motion pictures back then. Keep in mind, no CGI in 78', and most of the stuntmen working then took some pretty incredible risks to get the shot called for by the directors, to make scenes look as real as possible for the films they worked in. The stuntman,Grant Page, was excellent in the lead roll as he talks about the business of stuntwork in film, and what it took to be a stuntman back then. It is a inside look from the stuntman who made it look real. I also want to say something about the music. This band "SORCERY" from L.A. was a well respected band in Hollywood. They had a huge following as I remember. On one occasion I remember there was a line around the block to see them at the "Whiskey" on Sunset Blvd, when they were performing there. Sometime after that, I also had the pleasure of seeing Sorcery perform, playing with Van Halen (SORCERY was the headliner)and I never forgot them either. They had the most amazing live stage show I ever saw. They were unforgettable, and very accomplished musicians as well. A true a one of a kind group. Sorcery presented the battle of "good vs. evil" as Merlin against Satan played out live on stage. You really had to see this show live to appreciate it! They blended magic and music together like no one had ever done,or seen before. Very entertaining and they were years ahead of their time. It was Brians T. Smith's, masterstroke bringing these two entities together,for his vision for the film Stuntrock. Sorcery and Grant Page were perfect for this project. The movie showed only a small part of SORCERY's live stage show. I also think Sorcery is responsible for a large amount of the success now seen for the picture some 30 years after being made in 1978, and they are a major contributer to it's present day underground cult status. The musicianship Sorcery showed in concert was second to none! I know the musicians from Sorcery played on other movies,did TV music work, records and did Dick Clark specials as well from that period. Brian's vision to make this film was somewhat limited,with a small budget and short time to complete, however he was smart to put Sorcery and Grant Page together for this unique look at stuntwork and music together. I will watch this again and again,for it's entertainment value and Sorcery's great music.

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