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  (in credits order)

Aldo Ray ... Andrew

Virginia Mayo ... Michelle
Ann Michelle ... Abanaki / Jennifer Baines
Jim Negele ... Patrick

Brad Rearden ... Russell
Fred Carroll ... Steiner / Bartender
June Ely ... Prospector
Carl B. Belfor ... Mechanic (as Carl Belfor)
Grady Daugherty ... Tow Truck Driver
Paul Vincenzo ... Priest / Doctor
George Smith
Leigh Hunt Wilson
Harry Tresize
Robert Bickston
Barry Cooper
Linda Best
Michael Collins
Leo Krokos
Ron Rhode

Directed by
Michael A. DeGaetano  (as Michael de Gaetano)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael A. DeGaetano  (as Michael de Gaetano)

Produced by
Michael A. DeGaetano .... producer (as Michael de Gaetano)
Gerik Eberts .... associate producer
Nicholas P. Nizich .... producer
Original Music by
Lor Crane 
Cinematography by
William E. Hines 
Film Editing by
Jack Hofstra  (as Jack B. Hofstra)
Art Direction by
Robert Wingo 
Production Management
Rick Henderson .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ronald A. Romano .... assistant director
Art Department
Linda Best .... property master
Ken Crosser .... set constructor
Wally Skurta .... master carpenter
Antonio Romano .... signmaker (uncredited)
Sound Department
Alice Erber .... sound recordist
Larry Goga .... dubbing engineer
Larry Goga .... re-recording engineer
Dallas Hunter .... boom operator
Bill Couch .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
James Bauman .... key grip
James L. Berry .... camera assistant (as Jim Berry)
Larry David .... gaffer
William E. Hines .... camera operator (as Bill Hines)
Tom Mickel .... grip
Dick Plautz .... grip
John Staub .... best boy
Editorial Department
Carl B. Belfor .... assistant editor (as Carl Belfor)
Music Department
Murri Barber .... music producer
Lor Crane .... conductor
Other crew
Frank Buchler .... location manager
Jay Hedin .... assistant to producer

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Also Known As:
"The Haunted" - USA (video title)
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According to the interview with Jim Negele on the Code Red DVD, Aldo Ray was often difficult to work with because he was drunk during much of the shooting.See more »
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What brainchild classified this pile of crap as horror?, 24 March 1999
Author: redcat from Madison

OK, the movie. Way back in the olden days some cowboys and a priest decided that an Indian woman needed to die. The reason is completely unmemorable. They put her on a horse, take her shirt off and send her packing to die in the desert of Arizona. Before they set her off, she says something to the extent of her haunting this land. Off she goes. Enter present day. A family living in a ghost town witness a telephone booth going up in the middle of a grave yard. The mother of the two boys is blind after an accident involving a naked horse woman. The accident killed her husband. She believes that they are being haunted.

This movie gets cheese points because of the laughable scripting, acting, dialog, and the original songs that appear in the movie. There was even a soundtrack released to accompany the movie. In a terrible amusing scene, we see the Uncle chasing the woman into the phone booth with a sharp stick he wittled with a knife (where the hell is the knife?). The only blood in this movie is where Uncle Collage Grad stabs him self with his wittled stick. I'd also like to know who let them use the set from Wild Wild West.

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