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Director:
Writers:
Ronald W. Moore (screenplay)
Edwin Neal (additional material) ...
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Release Date:
May 1985 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The Stars of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" are back! See more »
Plot:
The star of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" returns in a story about frat boys lost in the big city while hunted by a violent leader and his elite gang of gun-happy guards. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Chain Saw Massacre and Eaten Alive Actress Dead at 64
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Rip Marilyn Burns (1949 – 2014)
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Rest in Peace: Marilyn Burns
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Cast

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Edwin Neal ... Splatter

Marilyn Burns ... Dorothy Grim

Gabriel Folse ... Paul
Wade Reese ... Steve
Barton Faulks ... Tom
Rob Rowley ... Jay
Craig Kanne ... Clint
Jeffrey Scott ... George (as Jeffry Scott)
Alice Villarreal ... Julie
Doug Davis ... Eddie Pain
Karin Kay ... Curious Bad Girl
Elizabeth Henshaw ... Uncurious Bad Girl
Cathy Durkin ... Julie's Friend
Kate Cadenhead ... Helpful Mutant
Joe Abner ... Fire Breather
Deborah Damm ... Tom's Dance Partner
Rebecca Scoggin ... Steve's Dance Partner
Max and the Makeups ... Mutant Band
Paul Cater Deaton ... Splatter's Elite Guard (as Paul 'The Hyphen' Deaton)
Geren Smith ... Splatter's Elite Guard
Byron Blandford ... Splatter's Elite Guard (as Byron 'Mr. Ned' Blandford)
Cap Brooks ... Splatter's Elite Guard
Bill Johnson ... Splatter's Elite Guard
Nick McFarran ... Splatter's Elite Guard
Jessie Sublett ... Mean Mutant In Alley
David Moerbe ... Mean Mutant In Alley
Charles Grueber ... Mean Mutant In Alley (as Charles Gruber)
Everett Caldwell ... TV Reporter
William S. Hanwell Jr. ... Policeman #1 (as William S. Harwell Jr.)
Charlie Gibbs ... Policeman #2
Robert Faires ... Fiji President
Frank Cunningham IV ... Fiji Goon
Dirk Churchill ... Fiji Goon
Denice Creach ... Call Girl
Lynn Casey ... Lady
Julie Gross ... Sorority Girl
Tracy Folse ... Sorority Girl
Holly Forsythe ... Tall Girl
Claire Cain ... Tall Girl
Karen Winters ... Girl At Fireplace
Gregg Merlyn ... Mr. Wonderful
Kimberly Weaver ... Unimpressed Girl
Dana Weaver ... Unimpressed Girl
John Dodson ... The Weasel
Greg Higdon ... Nerdy Frat
John Woodward ... Joe College
John Cherico ... Alvin Ascot

John Hawkes ... The Light Man (as John Perkins)
Earl Gillum Jr. ... Really Cool Frat
Russell Freytag ... Really Cool Frat
Brian Alford ... Really Cool Frat
Michael Hamilton ... Really Cool Frat
Robert Ricker ... Really Cool Frat
Archie McNeill V ... Really Cool Frat
Bill Miles ... Really Cool Frat
Newt Harrell ... Really Cool Frat
John Moon III ... Really Cool Frat
Bruce Falke ... Really Cool Frat
Rick Houston ... Really Cool Frat
Michael Stubblefield ... Really Cool Frat

Bill Ensley ... Really Cool Frat
Daniel Anna ... Really Cool Frat
Michael Williams ... Really Cool Frat
Dirk Moore ... Really Cool Frat
Colleen McGinty ... Beautiful Girl
Melissa Barrera ... Beautiful Girl
Theresa Jenkins ... Beautiful Girl
Elizabeth Washburn ... Beautiful Girl
Anvis Perry ... Beautiful Girl (as Arvis Perry)
Melissa Rasmussen ... Beautiful Girl
Betty Ellis ... Beautiful Girl
Janet MacLeod ... Beautiful Girl
Natalie Black ... Beautiful Girl
Susan Locke ... Beautiful Girl
Peter Block ... Street Mutant
Susan Black ... Street Mutant
Jill Shelton ... Street Mutant
Victoria Fox ... Street Mutant
Steve Payne ... Street Mutant
Daphne Dunlap ... Street Mutant
Ty Chabannes ... Street Mutant
Gilles Chabannes ... Street Mutant
Mark Burton ... Street Mutant
Lauralea Stanton ... Street Mutant

Directed by
Ronald W. Moore 
 
Writing credits
Ronald W. Moore (screenplay)

Edwin Neal (additional material) &
Gregg Unterberger (additional material) and
John H. Best (additional material)

Produced by
Don Barker .... executive producer
John H. Best .... producer
Ronald W. Moore .... associate producer
Edwin Neal .... associate producer
Terri Smith .... associate producer
Gregg Unterberger .... producer
 
Original Music by
Robert Renfrow 
 
Cinematography by
Jon H. Lewis  (as Jon Lewis)
 
Film Editing by
Leon Seith 
Charles Simmons 
 
Casting by
Deborah Duckett  (as Debora Duckett)
 
Art Direction by
Marcos E. Gonzalez  (as Marcos Gonzales)
 
Costume Design by
Kathleen M. Hagan  (as Kathleen Hagan)
 
Makeup Department
Laura Bock .... additional makeup artist
Deborah Damm .... additional makeup artist
Candi Duke .... second assistant makeup artist
Barbara Gillmore .... additional makeup artist
Kathleen M. Hagan .... makeup designer (as Kathleen Hagan)
Karin Jensen .... first makeup assistant
Susan Neal .... additional makeup artist
 
Production Management
Mary Church .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kerry Lee Chamberlain .... assistant director
Bob Kuhn .... third assistant director
Brett Plummer .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Richard Creasey .... set construction
Anita Dallas .... associate art director
Stephen Earll .... set construction
M.C. Gee .... set construction
Lenny Giacalone .... set construction
Gayle Harper .... set construction
David Kuhn .... art department
Kathy Lieban .... art department
Lauri Polunsky .... art department (as Laurie Polunsky)
Ingrid Weigand .... art department
H.R. Giger .... poster artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Wayne Bell .... sound crew
Don Crow .... sound crew
Gary French .... sound re-recording mixer
Sheri Galloway .... sound effects editor
Henry Miller .... sound crew
Dede Montgomery .... sound crew
Robert Renfrow .... sound crew (as Rob Renfrow)
Charles Simmons .... sound effects editor (as Charlie Simmons)
Greg Sisk .... sound crew
 
Special Effects by
Robert A. Burns .... special effects makeup
Kathleen M. Hagan .... special effects makeup (as Kathleen Hagan)
Michael O'Sullivan .... pyrotechnic effects
 
Stunts
Paul Cater Deaton .... stunts (as Paul Deaton)
Joe Solace .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Bonvillain .... second assistant camera (as Mike Bonivillian)
Paul Cater Deaton .... key grip (as Paul Deaton)
Jim Dinn .... grip/electric swing gang
George Dolis .... still photographer
Irv Gorman .... first assistant camera
Don Kirk .... second assistant camera
Steve Kuhn .... grip/electric swing gang
Louis Saldana .... video playback operator
John Scott .... grip/electric swing gang
John Shaw .... gaffer
John Sheeren .... first assistant camera
Gordon Smith .... still photographer
Angelo Louis Suasnovar Jr. .... key grip (as Angelo Suasnovar)
Fred Vicarel .... best boy electric
Ralph Watson .... camera operator
John Woodward .... grip/electric swing gang
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kathy Brookfield .... costume maker
Joan Miller .... costume maker
Mark Mills .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Josephine Nericcio .... assistant editor (as Josie Nericcio)
Melissa Wolkowsky .... assistant editor
Joan Zapata .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
David Castell .... music engineer
 
Other crew
Marvin Abzug .... production coordinator
Regene Anderson .... craft service
Julie Beck .... production assistant
Robert A. Burns .... location manager
Karen Comiskey .... production secretary
Don Hartack .... script supervisor
Keith Huber .... armor: Splatter and Dorothy
Colom L. Keating .... production assistant (as Colom Keating)
Donna King .... office assistant
Dawn LePack .... office assistant
Webster Lewin .... production assistant (as Web Lewen)
Edwin Neal .... dialogue coach
Kelly Smith .... armor specialization
Terri Smith .... unit publicist
Don Steele .... location manager
Lynne Stowe .... production accountant
Brad Tierney .... armor specialization
 
Thanks
Ivan Bigley .... thanks (as Ivan Bigley and the Gang)
Richard Seivers .... acknowledgment: UZI provided by
Walter Tierney .... acknowledgment: weapons furnished by (as Lt. Col. Walter Tierney)
 

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89 min
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Certification:
Australia:R | Canada:R (Manitoba) | Canada:R (Ontario) | UK:18 | USA:X | USA:R (cut) | West Germany:18
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Denice Creach's voice was dubbed by Edwin Neal's ex-wife.See more »
Goofs:
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Splatter's head guard bursts in on the group near the end of the movie, he yells, "No, it's not over!" The next shot, you can hear him say, "...over," but his lips aren't moving.See more »
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Soundtrack:
Danger Of LoveSee more »

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What are the differences between the R-rated version and the Unrated version? Is the British version uncut?
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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
not bad at all for the money they spent, 27 June 2006
Author: theresa-51 from United States

oh good grief...get over yourself...this is not that bad at all...when was the last time YOU tried something as difficult as making a film??...yeah..that's what I thought...I give it @ least a 6...have you ever seen WATERWORLD...or ISHTAR...or PEARL HARBOR????....right...and they cost MILLIONS...these kids did great stuff w/ about a buck and a dime...so back off monkey-boy and go back to your almost-worn-out Jenna Jameson collection...

I thought the sequences where the frat boys are being chased were pretty creative and the lighting was very good when you know they didn't have enough money to get all those huge lights they use on the A films...and the punk sequences weren't bad either, considering this was shot in 1984!!! ...I thought a bunch of the punks were real people...you KNOW they didn't have enough money to put all those people in those cool costumes...so they must have brought them from home...

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