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Terror on Tour (1980)

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A rock band called "The Clowns" comes under suspicion of murder when several prostitutes are killed by individuals made up like members of the band.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rick Styles ...
Fred
Chip Greenman ...
Ralph
Rich Pemberton ...
Henry
Dave Galluzzo ...
Cherry
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Tim (as Larry Thomasof)
Jeff Morgan ...
Herb
David Thompson ...
Jeff (as Dave Thompson)
John Wintergate ...
Mod Boy (as Johnn Wintergate)
Kalassu ...
Mod Girl
Camelia Kath ...
Freebase Chick / Stoned Girl (as Camelia Cath)
Sylvia Wright ...
Carol
Ann Davis ...
Next Girl
Verkina Flower ...
Well Endowed Lady
Rhonda Cacioppo ...
Young Girl
Frank James ...
Janitor
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A rock band called "The Clowns" comes under suspicion of murder when several prostitutes are killed by individuals made up like members of the band.

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"The Clowns" was a real band called "The Names". See more »

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Screaming Girl: The cocaine really made me horny.
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My apology for my performance
14 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For anyone who makes the mistake of sitting though this movie: I had just decided to become an actor and I knew very little about it. I was majoring in journalism in Junior college and took a theatre class to get a date with a girl I liked and got interested in acting. I drove a friend to the audition of Terror on Tour (originally called "Clowns") and the director (Don Edmunds) asked me to read. I told him I wasn't ready as an actor to do a film and didn't know anything about acting much less film acting. He cast me and talked me into doing it. I was patently awful. I over acted every word and indicated like crazy. Above that a year after initial filming when I knew a little more about acting they called me back to shoot two pick up scenes (easy to spot as my hair was much shorter--it went from '79 to '80 nuff said). I was told to yell my dialog as there would be loud rock music playing in the background. The other guy in the scene was producer Sandy Cobe who wasn't an actor and couldn't really handle yelling while imagining loud music. In the end they forgot to add the music so it seemed like I was over acting even more than in the rest of the film. When I saw the film I came very close to quitting trying to be an actor altogether. The only reason I didn't quit is that I figured if I could spot how awful I was maybe I had a chance to learn to do it right. The band members were a real band and had never acting before so you could forgive them their acting. Of the rest of the cast there was (in my opinion) one good actor. Jeff Morgan. In filming he actually seemed to be in the moment and connecting on an honest level when you were talking to him. When I saw the film I felt I could see it in his performance. I never heard from him again and don't know what he's doing now but I do think he escaped the horror of the acting in this horror film. Again I hope whoever has to see me in this film will understand my horror that it still exists.

Larry Thomas


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