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Haunted Honeymoon
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Release Date:
25 July 1986 (USA) See more »
...A Comedy Chiller
Larry Abbot, speaker in the radio horror shows of Manhattan Mystery Theater wants to marry. For the... See more » | Add synopsis »
1 win See more »
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Excellent movie with a certain cult value... See more (44 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Gene Wilder ... Larry Abbot

Gilda Radner ... Vickie Pearle

Dom DeLuise ... Aunt Kate

Jonathan Pryce ... Charles
Bryan Pringle ... Pfister

Peter Vaughan ... Francis Abbot Sr.
Eve Ferret ... Sylvia

Paul L. Smith ... Dr. Paul Abbot
Julann Griffin ... Nora

Jim Carter ... Montego
Jo Ross ... Susan

Roger Ashton-Griffiths ... Francis Jr.
Billy J. Mitchell ... Cop
R.J. Bell ... Cop
Ann Way ... Rachel
Will Kenton ... Werewolf
Don Fellows ... Producer
Lou Hirsch ... Sponsor
Christopher Muncke ... Announcer
Bill Bailey ... The Host
David Healy ... P.R. Man
Howard Swinson ... Eddy - SFX Man
Edward Wiley ... Engineer
Andrea Browne ... Production Assistant
Matt Zimmerman ... Radio Actor #1

Barbara Rosenblat ... Reporter

William Hootkins ... Reporter
Francis Drake ... Reporter
Mac McDonald ... Reporter
Colin Bruce ... Photographer

John Bloomfield ... Photographer
Sally Osborne ... Larry's Mother
Alastair Haley ... Little Larry
Andy Ross ... Conductor
Claire Deniz ... Orchestra
Paul Henessey ... Orchestra
Brian Kershaw ... Orchestra
Don Morgan ... Orchestra
Ernest Mothle ... Orchestra
Zorak Okai ... Orchestra
Robert Turrell ... Orchestra
Justin Ward ... Orchestra

Directed by
Gene Wilder 
Writing credits
Gene Wilder (written by) &
Terence Marsh (written by)

Produced by
Emile Buyse .... associate producer
Basil Rayburn .... associate producer
Susan Ruskin .... producer
Original Music by
John Morris 
Cinematography by
Fred Schuler (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Christopher Greenbury 
Casting by
Irene Lamb 
Production Design by
Terence Marsh 
Art Direction by
Alan Tomkins 
Set Decoration by
Michael Seirton 
Costume Design by
Ruth Myers 
Makeup Department
Joan Carpenter .... hair styles supervisor
Graham Freeborn .... makeup artist
Kay Freeborn .... makeup artist
Stuart Freeborn .... makeup supervisor
Richard Mills .... makeup artist (as Dickie Mills)
Annie Townsend .... hair stylist (as Ann Townsend)
Production Management
Basil Rayburn .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Roy Button .... first assistant director
Patrick Kinney .... second assistant director
Kevin Westley .... additional
Art Department
Philip Babbage .... stand-by crew (as Phil Babbage)
Bill Beecham .... master painter
Reg Bream .... chief draughtsman
Peter Collins .... drapes master
George Gibbons .... stand-by crew
Frank Graves .... scenic artist
Robert Hill .... dressing props
Sarah Horton .... art department assistant
Jim Kerr .... stand-by crew
John Lanzer .... production buyer
Bert Long .... master carpenter
Philip McDonald .... property master
John Moore .... dressing props
Roy O'Connor .... prop storeman
Colin Pearce .... assistant drapes
Graeme Purdy .... dressing propman
Rosalind Shingleton .... assistant art director
Paul Tappin .... master plasterer
Jane Tomblin .... art department trainee
Bradley Torbett .... dressing props
Charles Torbett .... property supervisor
Bill Wench .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Geoff R. Brown .... foley editor
Richard Fettes .... assistant sound editor
Leonard Green .... assistant sound editor
Taffy Haines .... sound maintenance
Eddy Joseph .... supervising sound editor
Simon Kaye .... production sound supervisor
Ray Merrin .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Sergio Reyes .... re-recording mixer
Bill Rowe .... re-recording mixer
Tommy Staples .... sound recordist
Andy Stears .... assistant sound editor
William Trent .... dialogue editor (as Bill Trent)
Special Effects by
Leslie Dear .... special effects cameraman (as Les Dear)
John Hatt .... special effects technician
John Markwell .... special effects technician
Kevin Mathews .... special effects wire technician
Ian Scoones .... special effects technician
Janet Stears .... special effects trainee
John Stears .... special effects consultant
Tracey Eddon .... stunts
Wayne Michaels .... stunts
Colin Skeaping .... stunt coordinator
Bill Weston .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Graham Attwood .... still photographer
Harry Eckford .... key grip
Martin Evans .... gaffer
Bernard Ford .... camera operator
Jamie Harcourt .... focus puller
Paul Kenward .... clapper loader
Wayne Leach .... electrician
Ray Meehan .... best boy
Kevin Brookner .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenny Hawkins .... wardrobe assistant
Hilary Watson .... wardrobe assistant
David Whiteing .... wardrobe assistant
Colin Wilson .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Gillian L. Hutshing .... apprentice editor: USA (as Gillian Hutshing)
Steve Polivka .... assistant editor: USA
Anne Sopel .... assistant editor: UK
Adrian Trent .... apprentice editor: UK
Location Management
Steve Harding .... location manager (as Steven Harding)
Music Department
Robert Hathaway .... music editor (as Bob Hathaway)
Jack Hayes .... orchestrator
Simon Manley .... assistant music editor
John Morris .... conductor
Mark Thomas .... musician: violin (uncredited)
Other crew
Alicia Anthony .... assistant accountant: USA
Alan Arnold .... publicist
Alan Arnold .... special writer
Mark Birmingham .... production runner
Anthony Bryans .... production runner
Nikki Clapp .... script supervisor
Michael Culling .... animal trainer (as Mike Culling)
Graciela Daniele .... choreographer: "Ballin' the Jack"
Robert Dawson .... title designer
Vivienne Hammer .... accounting assistant
Gary Jones .... assistant accountant
Kate Kovacs .... secretary: Mr. Wilder
Paul Landsberger .... accounts trainee
Red Lawrence .... master rigger
Tony Miller .... production accountant (as Anthony Miller)
Carol Regan .... production coordinator
Robert Scherl .... research consultant
Robin Shlien .... assistant to producer
Rebecca West .... publicity assistant
John Withers .... production runner
David Tomblin .... thanks

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82 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Lead actors Gilda Radner and Gene Wilder were really married. The film was the third and final of three collaborations between the husband and wife comedy team. Their earlier films were Hanky Panky (1982) and The Woman in Red (1984).See more »
Continuity: When the creepy man stands on the wall above Larry's bed, in close-ups Larry has his hands spread apart, but in long shots they are clasped together.See more »
[first lines]
Francis Jr.:It's not what you think.
[collapses and camera pans right then stops]
Francis Jr.:Well, it's partly what you think but, uh, oh it's so complicated.
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Movie Connections:
Hot LipsSee more »


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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Excellent movie with a certain cult value..., 21 August 2008
Author: isinofre from United States

We purchased this movie because we learned that Gilda starred in it right before her death. I had wanted to introduce my daughter to Gilda's interesting style of humor and, since she loves Gene Wilder so much (we watch Young Frankenstein twice a week, at least), she instantly loved this one, as well.

At first, the plot line is terribly hard to fathom and I had to watch it several times to catch all the straggling ends. However, once you understand what's really happening, the story within the story within the story, then you can really begin to enjoy the subtle jokes, the attention to detail in the sets and costumes, the excellent performances by one and all. Of course, Gene and Gilda are enchanting together and she shines in her role as only she could do. Dom DeLuise played the Great-Aunt perfectly, but my favorite in the movie was Jonathan Pryce whose performance was exceptional. My grand-daughter's favorite part of the movie is Gilda and Dom's singing and dancing to "Ball in the Jack". We have to play that part over and over for her so she can dance with them.

Haunted Honeymoon is worth watching several times and worth returning to, often.

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