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Prom Night II (1987) More at IMDbPro »Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (original title)

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Director:
Writer:
Ron Oliver (screenplay)
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Release Date:
13 November 1987 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Mary Lou is back ... God help the students of Hamilton High. See more »
Plot:
Thirty years after her accidental death at the 1957 senior prom, the tortured spirit of prom queen, Mary Lou Maloney, returns and she is out for revenge. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Fun, unconnected sequel See more (90 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Michael Ironside ... Bill Nordham

Wendy Lyon ... Vicki Carpenter

Louis Ferreira ... Craig Nordham (as Justin Louis)

Lisa Schrage ... Mary Lou Maloney
Richard Monette ... Father Cooper
Terri Hawkes ... Kelly Hennenlotter
Brock Simpson ... Josh
Beverley Hendry ... Monica Waters (as Beverly Hendry)
Beth Gondek ... Jess Browning
Wendell Smith ... Walt Carpenter
Judy Mahbey ... Virginia Carpenter
Steve Atkinson ... Young Billy Nordham
Robert Lewis ... Young Buddy Cooper
Lorretta Bailey ... Mary Lou (Creature)
Howard Kruschke ... Todd
Dennis Robinson ... Mr. Craven
Michael Evans ... Matthew Dante

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Eddie Wood (as John Ferguson)
Larry Musser ... Mr. O'Bannon (as Larry A. Musser)
Glen Gretzky ... Robert

Vincent Gale ... Rejected Boy
Kirk Grayson ... School Secretary
Paul McGaffey ... Policeman
David Robertson ... Mr. King
Jean Olsen ... Cook 1957 / 87 (as Joan Olsen)
Jay Smith ... Priest
Marek Forysinski ... Big Al
Deryck Hazel ... Mr. Romero
Kelly Simpson ... Boy #1
Geoff Brumlik ... Boy #2

Kevin Hare ... Boy
Myfanwy Meilen ... Girl #1
Sharon Alexander ... Girl #2 (as Sharon Holownia)
Roy Babiuk ... Mean Boy
Brian Knox McGugan ... Mean Boy (as Brian McGugan)
Laura Derwentwater ... Ms. Collins
Thomas Houg ... Dancer #1
Greg Scott ... Dancer #2
Sherry Boisvert ... Dancer #3
Shannon Fountain ... Dancer #4
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adria Budd ... Prom Girl (uncredited)
Paul Owen ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Directed by
Bruce Pittman 
 
Writing credits
Ron Oliver (screenplay)

Produced by
Ilana Frank .... associate producer
Peter Haley .... executive producer
Ray Sager .... co-producer
Peter R. Simpson .... executive producer (as Peter Simpson)
Peter R. Simpson .... producer (as Peter Simpson)
 
Original Music by
Paul Zaza 
 
Cinematography by
John Herzog (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Nick Rotundo 
 
Casting by
Lucinda Sill 
 
Art Direction by
Sandra Kybartas  (as Sandy Kybartas)
 
Set Decoration by
Kenneth Wayne Hanis  (as Ken Hanis)
 
Costume Design by
Maya Mani 
 
Makeup Department
Roger Dalgliesh .... hairdresser: additional photography
Rosemarie Diekmann .... hair stylist (as Rosemarie Diekman)
Nancy Howe .... makeup artist
Nancy Howe .... makeup artist: additional photography
George Karkoulas .... hair consultant
Gail Kennedy .... makeup artist
Prudence Olenik .... makeup artist: dailies
John White .... hairdresser: dailies
David B. Miller .... makeup supervisor (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Bill Caywood .... production manager: additional photography
Suzanne Colvin .... assistant production manager: additional photography
Suzanne Colvin .... post-production supervisor
Robert Wertheimer .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Judy 'Lucky' Kemeny .... second assistant director (as Judy Kemeny)
David M. Robertson .... first assistant director (as David Robertson)
Frank Siracusa .... first assistant director: second unit
Frank Siracusa .... second assistant director: additional photography
Mark Wood .... third assistant director
Steve Wright .... first assistant director: additional photography
 
Art Department
Rob Ballantyne .... storyboard artist
Jeffrey Butler .... assistant set dresser: additional photography (as Jeff Butler)
Linda Del Rosario .... assistant art director: additional photography
Laurie Dobbie .... painter
Scott Dobbie .... assistant art director
Ian Greig .... set dresser: additional photography
George Griffiths .... scenic artist
Jamie Lee Holt .... props assistant: additional photography
Shirley Inget .... set decorator: second unit
D. Brent Lane .... property master
Mari Laughlen .... set dresser (as Mary Laughlen)
David Maltese .... property master: additional photography
Peter Mills .... sets
Peter Mills .... swing prop
Rick Molnar .... assistant props master
Vivien Nishi .... art department trainee
Randy Patt .... construction coordinator
Greg Rideout .... carpenter
Wylie Rosenberg .... carpenter's assistant: additional photography
Ted Samuels .... head carpenter: additional photography
Marty Shostak .... head carpenter
Alan J. Whitemore .... labourer
 
Sound Department
Marvin Berns .... sound re-recording mixer: Film House
Lars Ekstrom .... production sound mixer
Calvin Greenwood .... assistant foley artist
Allan Lee .... assistant sound editor (as Allan J. Lee)
Christopher Leech .... boom operator: additional photography
Peter McBurnie .... foley artist
Anna Pafomow .... assistant sound editor
Daryl Powell .... boom operator
Urmas Rosin .... production sound mixer: additional photography
Marta Nielsen Sternberg .... sound editor (as Marta Sternberg)
Peter Thillaye .... sound editor
Tony Van den Akker .... sound re-recording mixer: Film House (as Tony van den Akker)
Phil Rodrigues .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Jim Doyle .... mechanical special effects: Theatrical Engines
William Guest .... special effects unit (as Will Guest)
Nancy Howe .... special effects makeup: additional photography
Peter Jermyn .... special effects editing
Larry Lapointe .... special effects unit (as Larry E. LaPointe)
Peter McBurnie .... special effects editing
Gary Paller .... special effects unit (as Gary M. Paller)
Darwin Radke .... special effects makeup assistant
Nick Rotundo .... special effects editing
Dick Rude .... special effects unit (as Richard Rude)
Paul Sokol .... special effects unit
 
Visual Effects by
Shelly Morrow .... optical (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Troy Anderson .... stunts: Student #1
Brett A. Jones .... stunts: Student #2
Dwayne McLean .... stunt coordinator
Larry A. McLean .... stunt performer (as Larry McLean)
Myfanwy Meilen .... stunts: Student #3
Leslie Munro .... stunt performer
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunt performer
Tye Tyukodi .... stunt performer (as Anton Tyukodi)
Karen Walton .... stunt performer
Shelley Cook .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Steve Lucescu .... utility stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Cynthia Barlow .... second grip: additional photography
Bruno Bittner .... grip: second unit (as Robert J. Bittner)
Ed Ellis .... stills photographer: second unit
Dee Embree .... trainee grip
Leslie Hamm .... clapper loader: second unit
Glen Hauser .... electrician: additional photography
Dave Jenei .... grip: additional photography (as David Jenei)
Brian A. Kuchera .... key grip (as Brian Kuchera)
Mark Mavrinac .... key grip: additional photography
Chris McMullin .... focus puller: additional photography (as Christopher McMullin)
Bill Montgomery .... best boy
David Perkins .... focus puller: second unit
Arthur Pinches .... electrician: additional photography
Arthur Pinches .... rigger: additional photography
Kenneth Salah .... best boy: additional photography (as Ken Salah)
Terry Simms .... electrician (as Terry Sims)
Brenton Spencer .... additional photography
Tim Spencer .... second camera assistant: additional photography
John Spooner .... camera operator
Randy Stamhuis .... grip
Adam Swica .... gaffer: additional photography
Christopher Tate .... dolly grip (as Chris Tate)
Ostap Toroshenko .... swing man
Glen Treilhard .... focus puller
Jim Wallace .... gaffer
Eddie Washington .... second grip (as Edward Washington)
Richard Wincenty .... director of photography: second unit (as Rick Wincenty)
Richard Zip .... clapper loader (as Richard Zyp)
William Engel .... grip: special effects (uncredited)
Glen Treilhard .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Bette Chadwick .... casting: Edmonton, The Other Agency Casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Yveline Bonjean .... costume cutter: dailies
Jill Concannon .... costume assistant (as Jill Cocannon)
Nancy Duggan .... wardrobe coordinator: additional photography
John Gole .... costume assistant
Jill Lakeman .... costume assistant
Joanne Massingham .... assistant wardrobe: additional photography
Lorraine Price .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Anthony D'Andrea .... first assistant editor
Alastair Gray .... second assistant editor
Catherine Rankin .... negative cutter
Jane Simelzer .... post-production coordinator (as Jane Shmelzer)
Jeff Chaves .... colorist (digital color correction) (uncredited)
Ricardo Olivero .... color timer (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
John Crawford .... transportation coordinator
Richard Dailley .... transportation coordinator: additional photography (as Dick Dailley)
Dennis Fitzgerald .... driver
Ian Heacock .... driver
Robert Wardell .... driver: additional photography (as Bob Wardell)
 
Other crew
Christine Akrey .... production secretary: additional photography
Barbara Bell .... production coordinator: additional photography
Drew Bowman .... production assistant
Sue Calder .... production accountant
Sue Calder .... production accountant: additional photography
Bill Caywood .... unit location manager
Rob De Coste .... production assistant (as Robert Decoste)
Leslie Druker .... continuity: additional photography
Madeleine Duff .... script supervisor
Connie Edwards .... bookkeeper
John Fanfara .... production assistant: additional photography
Michael Fitzgerald .... craft service
Michael Fitzgerald .... first aid
Lesley Harrison .... assistant to producer
Neil Kredentser .... location manager: additional photography
Collin Leadlay .... location assistant (as Collin Leadly)
Tracy Long .... production secretary
Cathie McGaw .... production assistant (as Cathy McGaw)
Karen Pidgurski .... unit publicist: second unit
Andrea Rabinovitch .... choreographer
Karen Redford .... production assistant
Cheryl Skoreyko .... production coordinator
John Verburgt .... unit location manager
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Wendy Campbell .... special thanks
Robert Snowie .... special thanks: computer graphics
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II" - Canada (original title)
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Runtime:
97 min
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Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:18+ (TV rating) | Finland:K-18 | Germany:BPjM Restricted | Iceland:16 | Singapore:M18 | Sweden:15 (cut) | UK:18 | USA:R

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Almost every character in the film shares a last name with a cult film director (especially horror directors) such as Wes Craven, Stephen King, George A. Romero, Tod Browning, Joe Dante, John Carpenter, John Waters and Frank Henenlotter.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: Extremely obvious rubber pullover head mask on the transformation creature of Mary Lou towards the end of the movie. You can visibly see the rubber neck edging of the pullover mask stand off the actor's neck by at least two inches. This bad makeup job runs all the way across the front of the actors neck as the creature stands up on stage to full stance.See more »
Quotes:
Bill Nordham:[final line] Hey, kids. They're playing our song... Let's cruise.See more »
Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
Tutti FruttiSee more »

FAQ

Why did Mary Lou kill Billy after her spirit was appeased
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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Fun, unconnected sequel, 20 June 2005
Author: btrocksyoursocks from New York

HELLO MARY LOU: PROM NIGHT II (1987)

starring: Michael Ironside, Wendy Lyon, Justin Louis, Lisa Schrage, Richard Monette, Brock Simpson, Beverley Hendry, Terri Hawkes, Beth Gondek.

plot: Thirty years ago at the Hamilton High Prom, Bill (Michael Ironside) caught his beautiful date, Mary Lou (Lisa Schrage), cheating on him with Budd (Richard Monette). Just as Mary Lou was about to be crowned Prom Queen, Bill played a prank which backfired and killed the beautiful girl. It is now 1987, Bill is the principal of Hamilton High and Budd is a priest. Bill's son, Craig (Justin Louis) is dating the cute Vicki (Wendy Lyon), who is a shoo-in for Prom Queen. But when Vicki finds Mary Lou's old dress in the prop room, she unleashes her spirit and becomes possessed. Mary Lou has returned, in the body of Vicki. She stands up to her religious mother, murders her friends and attends the prom in order to finally receive her crown.

the good: First of all, this has nothing to do with the first Jamie Lee Curtis thriller besides the fact that they both take place at the doomed Hamilton High and both have Brock Simpson in their cast.

This was obviously made because of the success of the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series, having a vengeful spirit get revenge for his/her death. But it is still fun, it even has a bit of THE EXORCIST and CARRIE in it, and in the plot summary, you can see why.

But despite it's unoriginality, it's a fun, gory, well performed, well directed ghost/slasher/possession film. And for t&a fans you get to see all of Wendy Lyon and the boobs of Beverley Hendry, and they both share a kiss in the gym shower.

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