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Debi Fares ... Woman Victim (as Debra Fares)
Rick Rockwell ... Lance Boyle

John Witherspoon ... Evan Rood

John Astin ... Jeronahew / Professor Mortimer Gangreen

Crystal Carson ... Kennedi Johnson
J. Stephen Peace ... Captain Wilbur Finletter (as Rock Peace)
Steve Lundquist ... Igor
Zollo Cortez ... Mr. & Mrs. America
John De Bello ... Charles White
Tom Ashworth ... Armored Car Driver
Cal Worthington ... Himself
Robin Abb ... Betty Won't, Journalist
Lane Post ... Man on Street
'Squeeze' Del Monte ... Maurice, Tomato
'Seedy' Heinz ... Leo, Tomato
D.J. Sullivan ... Mrs. Williams

Kevin West ... Bank Teller
Frank Davis ... Sam Smith
Craig Lefferts ... Himself
Jack Owen ... Sportscaster Wannabe
Spike Sorrentino ... Hockey Player
Kelley Matzenauer ... Sherri Coke

Costa Dillon ... Chop-O-Matic Pitchman (as Constantine Dillon)
Charlie Jones ... Himself

Lisa Kaseman ... Receptionist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Margaret Sutton ... Old Woman (uncredited)

Directed by
John De Bello 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John De Bello  written by
Costa Dillon  written by (as Constantine Dillon)
Rick Rockwell  written by

Produced by
John De Bello .... producer
Martin Lopez .... line producer
J. Stephen Peace .... producer
Original Music by
Neal Fox 
Rick Patterson 
Cinematography by
Stephen F. Andrich 
Film Editing by
Beth Accomando 
Production Design by
Robert Brill 
Art Direction by
Jonathan A. Carlson 
Makeup Department
Toni Riki .... key makeup artist
Cheryl Sass .... additional makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Grossman .... first assistant director
Tony Schwartz .... second assistant director
Art Department
Nina Bach .... art department assistant
Corey Casola .... assistant carpenter
Stanley Ketner .... assistant carpenter
Michele Lippitt .... additional set painter
Victoria Petrovich .... additional set painter
Drew Redford .... property master
Howard P. Smith .... set carpenter
Amy Thornberry .... additional set painter
Jeff Van Gonka .... set carpenter
Johnny Williams .... assistant carpenter
Joni Wischmeyer .... assistant carpenter
Sound Department
Flavio Fabbrini .... sound recordist
Dan Speca .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Michael Lambert .... special effects engineering
Camera and Electrical Department
Dean Andolsek .... gaffer: second unit
Todd Appleman .... gaffer
William Bork .... grip
Robin Copeland .... second assistant camera
Ken Jacques .... still photographer
Kevin 'Rambo' Lambert .... key grip
Marc Marino .... best boy electric
Diane Matzenauer .... dolly grip
Mari Mayors .... second assistant camera
Kevin Morrisey .... camera operator
Thom Owens .... additional camera operator
Ken Rogers .... electrician
James M. Teiper .... electrician
Weldon Thompson .... first assistant camera
Eric Von Neumann .... grip
Michael Winard .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Roe Cardé .... wardrober
Militsa Samardzija .... assistant wardrobe
Other crew
Ben Davis .... production assistant
Suzanne Dean .... assistant to producer
Chuck S. Diehl .... special video production
Darren Frederick .... production assistant
Andrew P. Jones .... puppet designer: puppeteer
Carol Marino .... production coordinator
Robert Matzenauer .... special production consultant
Robert Oxenham .... production assistant
Mirjam Schippers .... script supervisor
Robert Sly .... special video production
Michael Thomas .... production assistant
Anthony Tietz .... production assistant
Roberto Torrini .... location manager

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87 min
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Detective Lance Boyle:[seeing the first murder victim, a guy dressed in full hockey outfit] Boy, hockey is a tough sport!See more »
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Worth it for Kevin West, 10 June 2006
Author: bobbo924 from United States

This is a silly, silly movie without a serious intent in its entire running time. But funny, it certainly is, and the high points are the all-too-brief scenes featuring Kevin West as a mad bank teller. I've bought the movie just for these scenes (though it is fun in general). West is one of the underrated comic wizards of our time, and the bank scene will convince you. I won't spoil it with details, but it's Deliverance meets PeeWee. A second Westian moment, in which he's held captive by the villains and discusses his odd proclivities, is priceless. I can say no more.

Overall, the film lacks the out-of-the-box wildness of the original, but hey, it's a Killer Tomatoes film and therefore not without some fruitful redeeming value. John Astin is, as always, John Astin. The premise is strictly Saturday morning cartoon. It's neither Brecht nor Hemingway, though it's both absurd and mercifully brief. But Kevin West is the draw, and no tomato is safe.

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