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Class of 1999 -- The time is the future and youth gang violence is so high that the areas around some schools have become "free fire zones," into which not even the police will venture.

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11 May 1990 (USA) See more »
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The ultimate teaching machine... out of control. See more »
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Robot teachers have been secretly placed in the schools where the students have run riot. The teachers... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Bradley Gregg ... Cody Culp

Traci Lind ... Christie Langford (as Traci Lin)

Malcolm McDowell ... Dr. Miles Langford

Stacy Keach ... Dr. Bob Forrest

Patrick Kilpatrick ... Mr. Bryles

Pam Grier ... Ms. Connors

John P. Ryan ... Mr. Hardin

Darren E. Burrows ... Sonny

Joshua John Miller ... Angel (as Joshua Miller)
Sharon Wyatt ... Janice Culp
James Medina ... Hector (as Jimmy Medina Taggert)

Jason Oliver ... Curt

Brent David Fraser ... Flavio (as Brent Fraser)

Jill Gatsby ... Dawn
Sean Hagerty ... Reedy

Sean Sullivan ... Mohawk (as Sean Gregory Sullivan)
David Wasman ... Guard
Landon Wine ... Noser
Barbara Coffin ... Matron

Linda Burden-Williams ... Secretary
Lanny Rees ... Desk Sergeant
Barry M. Press ... Gould
James McIntire ... Technician #1

Lee Arenberg ... Technician #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rose McGowan ... Girl Outside Langford's Office (uncredited)

Directed by
Mark L. Lester 
 
Writing credits
Mark L. Lester (story)

C. Courtney Joyner (screenplay)

John Skipp  uncredited

Produced by
Lawrence Kasanoff .... executive producer
Mark L. Lester .... producer
Stanley Mann .... associate producer
Eugene Mazzola .... co-producer
Ellen Steloff .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Michael Hoenig 
 
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Scott Conrad 
 
Casting by
Cathy Henderson 
 
Production Design by
Steven Legler 
 
Art Direction by
Phil Peters 
 
Set Decoration by
Steve Karatzas 
 
Costume Design by
Leslie Peters Ballard  (as Leslie Ballard)
 
Makeup Department
Brent Armstrong .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Karoly Balazs .... makeup artist (as Karoly 'Charles' Balazs)
Barney Burman .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Rob Burman .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Roberto Carlos .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Mike Cobos .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Ralph Cobos .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Gunnar Ferdinandsen .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Frankie Inez .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Jeff Kennemore .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Rolf John Keppler .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Gábor Kernyaiszky .... hair stylist (as Gabor Kernyaiszky)
Francesca Lacagnina .... extra makeup artist
Matthew W. Mungle .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Lesa Nielsen .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
David Quashnick .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Richard Ruiz .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
Rick Stratton .... special effects makeup designer: All Effects Company
Robert Tharp .... makeup effects crew: All Effects Company
 
Production Management
Kathleen Long .... unit manager
Eugene Mazzola .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard W. Abramitis .... first assistant director (as Richard Abramitis)
Eric Allard .... second unit director
Scott Cameron .... second assistant director
Mark Ean .... assistant director
Sharon Gerhard .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Russell R. Anderson .... set dresser (as Russ Anderson)
Charles Armstrong .... set dresser
Gretchen Armstrong .... scenic artist
Loren Corney .... carpenter foreman
David Dunbar .... assistant props (as Dave Dunbar)
Randy Eriksen .... leadman
Susan Mina Eschelbach .... assistant to set decorator (as Susan Eschelbach)
Marguerite Ewy .... production painter
Steven E. Eyrse .... head scenic artist (as Steve R. Eyrse)
Don Ferguson .... scenic artist
Don Ferguson .... set designer
Regan Haines .... set dresser
Mark Helf .... swing crew (as Marc Helf)
Ken Hinch .... set dresser
Jay Justice .... art production assistant
William Lakoff .... set dresser (as William 'Billy' Lakoff)
Budd Lewis .... storyboard artist
John Lieberman .... set dresser (as John 'Baby Doc' Lieberman)
Brian Lybecker .... construction department buyer
Brian Lybecker .... swing crew
Anthony Maccario .... property master
Doug McGar .... construction coordinator
Lori Melendy .... art production assistant
Bill Pinson .... labor foreman
Ryan Purcell .... swing crew (as Ryan Durcell)
David Saltzman .... swing crew
Robert Taylor .... swing crew (as Rob Taylor)
Whiting Tennis .... swing crew
 
Sound Department
Robert Appere .... sound re-recording mixer
Noah Blough .... foley editor
John Boyd .... sound re-recording mixer
Russell Brower .... sound effects editor
Zane D. Bruce .... foley artist (as Zane Bruce)
Tom Condon .... boom operator
Zack Davis .... dialogue editor
Ezra Dweck .... sound effects editor
Rick Freeman .... sound effects editor
Douglas Greenfield .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Victor Grodecki .... supervising sound editor
Alan Howarth .... electronic sound effects
Alan Howarth .... sound effects editor
Doug Jackson .... dialogue editor
Lance Laurienzo .... first assistant sound editor
Robert Marts .... boom operator
Tom McCormick .... optical negative
Mary Morrisey .... assistant sound editor
Nancy Parker .... foley artist
James Pilcher .... sound mixer (as Jim Pilcher)
Sergio Reyes .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Risner .... sound effects editor
Nico Salvato .... assistant sound editor (as Monique Salvato)
Alexis Storm .... sound effects editor
Jerry Trent .... foley artist
Robert Ulrich .... supervising adr editor
Earl Watson .... adr editor
Asher Yates .... adr editor
 
Special Effects by
William Aldridge .... special effects
Eric Allard .... special effects producer
Tony Allard .... special effects technician (as George 'Tony' Allard)
Gary D. Bierend .... special effects technician
Ray Brown .... special effects
Scott Forbes .... special effects
Danny Gil .... special effects
Bruce Khteian .... special effects
Betty Pecha Madden .... special effects wardrobe
Milton Riess .... special effects crew
Andrew Sebok .... special effects
Pamela Shaw .... special effects wardrobe
Ron Thornton .... special effects art director
Bruno Van Zeebroeck .... special effects
Richard Zarro .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Eric Allard .... visual effects supervisor
Eric J. Goldstein .... special effects cinematographer
 
Stunts
Mary Albee .... assistant stunt coordinator
Daniel W. Barringer .... stunts
Paul Baxley .... stunt coordinator
Richard L. Blackwell .... stunts (as Richard Blackwell)
Kenneth John Borland Jr. .... stunts
Doug Coleman .... stunts
Debbie Evans .... stunts
J. Thomas Kemper .... stunts
Lane Leavitt .... stunts
Willard Langley Lewis .... stunts (as Willard Langley 'Bud' Lewis)
Steve Mack .... stunts
Sarah Thomas .... stunts
Bradley Gregg .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Martin Bosworth .... electrician (as Marty Bosworth)
Findlay Bunting .... first assistant camera
Loren Corl .... dolly
Loren Corl .... key grip
Ed Ewing .... camera operator
Pascal Franchot .... best boy grip
Austin Goss .... gaffer
Jim Hicks .... electrician (as James Hicks Jr.)
Loren Hillebrand .... grip
Neil Holcomb .... best boy electric
Steve Itano .... first assistant camera
Ian Jennings .... grip
Lars Larsen .... first assistant camera
Carla Leonardi .... still photographer
Cliff Lipson .... still photographer
Matthew Neal McVay .... still photographer (as Matthew McVay)
Marty Oppenheimer .... camera operator
Marty Oppenheimer .... cinematographer: second unit
Randy Ratliff .... grip
Brian Robertson .... grip
Jeffrey P. Soderberg .... electrician (as Jeff Sodorberg)
Daniel E. Teaze .... second assistant camera (as Dan Teaze)
Peter J. Vogt .... electrician (as Peter Vogt)
Mark Watson .... electrician
Mark Watson .... grip
 
Casting Department
Michael Cutler .... casting associate
Sandy Holt .... voice casting
Mimi Maynard .... voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christy Bain .... wardrobe production assistant
Tracey Levy .... costumer: Los Angeles (as Tracey Roden)
Lahly Poore .... second set costumer (as Lahli Poore)
Jonny Pray .... key costumer: men (as Jon Pray)
Charla Sanderson .... key costumer: women
Kathleen Waln .... costumer: Los Angeles
 
Editorial Department
Roger Fenton .... assistant editor
Julie Hall .... assistant editor
Mike Mertens .... color timer (as Mike Martens)
Tom Siiter .... associate editor
Lois Trent-Bring .... negative cutter
 
Music Department
Bradford Ellis .... orchestrator: music score
Seth Kaplan .... music supervisor
Pamela Neal .... music scoring mixer
Derek Power .... music supervisor
Sherry Weintraub .... music editor
Richard Whitfield .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Clare Brockman .... driver
Bob Burkhart .... transportation coordinator
Tom Featherstone .... driver
Karen Harrison .... driver
Jeff Hubacek .... driver
Scott Hubacek .... driver: honeywagon
Mark James .... driver
Harold Martin .... transportation captain
Fred Mirante .... driver (as Fred Miranie)
Ronald Smith .... transportation captain (as Ron Smith)
Don Weaver .... driver
Steven Zuvela .... driver (as Steve Zuvela)
Rick Wiley .... driver: camera car (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Martin Alcala .... assistant accountant: Seattle
Almarie Clifford .... teacher
Almarie Clifford .... welfare worker
Josh Conescu .... assistant: Mr. Lester
Wayne Fitzgerald .... title designer
Tony Grob .... assistant location manager
Rob Harris .... unit publicist
Nicola Hewitt .... craft service
Kimberly Jase .... assistant: Mr. Mazzola
Bert Jetter .... caterer
Marsha Koff .... post-production accountant
Kerri Kroll .... production secretary
Michael Leon .... location manager
Kathleen Long .... production coordinator
Cheryl Matli .... production assistant
Susan McBrine .... caterer (as Susan MacBrine)
Wanda Mull .... pre-production coordinator
John Parker .... assistant accountant: Los Angeles (as John H. Parker)
Joe D. Ramsey .... mechanical effects supervisor
Cleve Reinhard .... production accountant
David Russell .... assistant production coordinator: Los Angeles (as David W. Russell)
Richard Shea .... production assistant
Justin Soliday .... production assistant (as Justin B. Soliday)
Karen Thorndike .... script supervisor
Su Van Slyke .... production assistant (as Su Coe)
 
Thanks
David M. Evans .... the producers would like to give special thanks to (as Dave 'Mickey' Evans)
Abbe Wool .... the producers would like to give special thanks to
 

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99 min
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Certification:
Australia:R | Finland:K-18 (2004) (self applied) | Germany:18 | Germany:BPjM Restricted | Iceland:(Banned) | New Zealand:R18 | Norway:18 | South Korea:15 (video rating) (1991) | South Korea:15 (theatrical rating) (1990) | UK:18 (video rating) | USA:R
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Trivia:
Malcolm McDowell was originally considered for the role of Dr. Bob Forrest.See more »
Quotes:
Hector:How are us Latins gonna learn English if the teachers don't show up?See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Jetsons" (1962)See more »
Soundtrack:
Death and DestructionSee more »

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What are the differences between the old British BBFC 18 Version and the Uncensored Version?
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13 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
These robots have more then teaching on mind!, 14 February 2006
Author: lost-in-limbo from the Mad Hatter's tea party.

It's the year 1999 and the violence in schools is virtually now unstoppable with many gangs contributing to the war zone look. To control this problem in a Settle High school, a principal gets help from the board of Government Educational defence and three disguised androids are sent there. They are no ordinary robots that are just there to teach, but they have strong disciplinary actions to keep these savage students at bay. Although soon the punishment that these androids hand out becomes brutal and they decide to terminate the main problem by playing games on the students.

Director Mark L. Lester returns here to provide us with a sequel to his cult classic "Class Of 84". This really isn't a direct sequel and it's not up to scratch with the first. The original is basically far superior in every way. Though, that's not saying it's worthless, because it's not. Trashy, incredibly dumb and over-the-top, but it surely was an entertaining B-grade Sci-fi. Even if the characters and plot seem to lose out to the violence and special effects. They are executed very well by fusing together plentiful action and chaos. Just like the first it doesn't shy away from graphic violence, but the realistic and exploitive touch of the first is lost on this occasion. While, the special effects are very well conceived in this low-budget production. The robot designs were crafted with great detail and skill. Another notable thing that makes this worth a peek is that of the cast. What a stellar line-up it does boast. You got Malcolm McDowell, Stacy Keach, Pam Grier, John P. Ryan, Patrick Kilpatrick and Joshua Millar appearing. Now the big question is how did these names get involved in the production? The characterizations are weak, but Grier, Ryan and Kilpatrick spice it up as the hell bent androids and Keach gives a deviously cheesy performance as the cynical Dr. Bob Forrest, the creator of these robots. The teenagers here are basically paper-thin and lack the menace. Bradley Gregg plays the hero, and that's a very wooden and unappealing one too.

The predictable premise is more concern about keeping the eyes entertained with explosions, gunfire and dazzling effects amongst an apocalyptic background. The satirical comments are there, but it just lacks the venom in the context and it doesn't have the hard ass poetry of the original. It takes a look into the future to see how the higher officials would cope with this problem and it shows the hypocritical reaction that now aggression is the best way to defeat this problem. Like others have mentioned it adds a pinch of "The Terminator", "Westworld" and "The Warriors" to the story's set-up and viola - you got "Class of 1999". The hammy dialog is bad and seems to be on pun overload; with something being mentioned every couple lines. Stacy Keach is the one that drums out the campy dialog beautifully, though. The humour too is terribly off the rocker. The soundtrack sticks with the punk scene and rock grunge, but it isn't so enforcing and catchy. Because of the budget it does have very grimy look that works in well with the flick. Director Lester constructed adequate suspense and paces the film rather smoothly, with enough neat flashes of gore in the mix. Overall, I was expecting something very weak, but hell this was one bone-rattling ride.

Maybe it's not as memorable, interactive and shocking as its great predecessor, but this kitsch sequel, which could possibly stand-alone. Hooks you right in because of the profound visuals and strong cast.

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