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Sandahl Bergman was supposed to be naked for the Dance of the Three Snakes set piece, but refused to do any nudity on the day this sequence was shot. Per R.J. Kizer, the character was originally written to be naked for the dance, but when Ms. Bergman was hired for the role one of the stipulations was no nudity. The scene was adjusted accordingly. Only Cec Verrell ("Centinela") had a contractual agreement for nudity.
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The last film to be shot at the Indian Dunes movie ranch before it was completely plowed under for a housing development.
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Kristi Somers spent three hours in make-up each day for her role as Arabella. Moreover, it took a half hour to remove all of the make-up at the end of the day.
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The part of Sam Hell was written with Tim Thomerson in mind, but New World demurred. Daniel Stern was strongly pushed by New World, but Stern wanted certain aspects of the character changed. Finally it came down between Roddy Piper and Ed Marinaro. Kizer and Jackson selected Piper.
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Donald G. Jackson originally wanted Sam Mann to play Sam Hell.
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Suzanne Solari was originally considered for the role of Spangle. After Sandahl Bergman was ultimately cast as Spangle, Solari was relegated to playing a much smaller role in the film.
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The movie score was recorded October 14, 1986, at Amigo Studios in North Hollywood, CA, with non-union musicians. Additional overdubs were recorded on October 15th at Record Trak in Hollywood (near the Paramount studios).
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