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8 April 1994 (USA) See more »
This time, luck has nothing to do with it!
On his 1000th birthday, a mean Leprechaun gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times, then she's his... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Warwick Davis ... The Leprechaun
Charlie Heath ... Cody
Shevonne Durkin ... Bridget
Sandy Baron ... Morty
Adam Biesk ... Ian

James Lancaster ... William O'Day

Linda Hopkins ... Housewife

Arturo Gil ... Drunk at the Pub

Kimmy Robertson ... Tourist's Girlfriend

Clint Howard ... Tourist
Andrew Craig ... Midwestern Dad
David Powledge ... Frank
Billy Beck ... Homeless Man

Al White ... Desk Sergeant

Martha Hackett ... Detective
Jonathan R. Perkins ... Partner

Tony Cox ... African-American Leprechaun

Mark Kiely ... Talent Agent (as Mark Keily)

Michael McDonald ... Waiter (as Michael James McDonald)

Warren A. Stevens ... Wiggins
Matthew Anderson ... Mat
Dawn Comer ... Additional Voices (voice)
Barry Schwartz ... Additional Voices (voice)
Gabriella Sinclair ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Gabrielle Sinclair)
Danny Roque ... Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian D. Kline ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Shelley Waggener ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Directed by
Rodman Flender 
Writing credits
Mark Jones (characters)

Turi Meyer (written by) &
Al Septien (written by)

Produced by
Mark Amin .... executive producer
Donald P. Borchers .... producer
Mark Jones .... co-producer
Michael Prescott .... co-producer
Original Music by
Jonathan Elias 
Cinematography by
Jane Castle 
Film Editing by
Richard Gentner 
Christopher Roth 
Casting by
Linda Francis 
Production Design by
Anthony Tremblay 
Art Direction by
Claire Kaufman 
Costume Design by
Meta Jardine 
Makeup Department
Gabriel Bartalos .... makeup creator: leprechaun (as Gabe Z. Bartalos)
Bernhard Eichholz .... special makeup effects artist: Todd Masters Co. (as Bernie Eichholtz)
Elisabeth Fry .... key makeup artist
Todd Masters .... special makeup effects designer
Scott Patton .... skeleton puppeteer: Todd Masters Co.
Walter Phelan .... special makeup effects artist: Todd Masters Co.
Dave Snyder .... special makeup effects artist: Todd Masters Co. (as David Snyder)
Mary A. Williams .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Lowell D. Cox .... production manager: second unit
Chad Leeper .... production supervisor: second unit
William Rice .... production supervisor: second unit (as William L. Rice)
David Tripet .... executive in charge of production
Ray Zimmerman .... production manager
Ray Zimmerman .... unit production manager
Cami Winikoff .... production supervisor (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lowell D. Cox .... first assistant director: second unit
Bob Kay .... second assistant director
Jamie Thompson .... second unit director
Eddie Ziv .... first assistant director
Art Department
Alex Cole .... assistant art director (as Alexander Cole)
Randal P. Earnest .... property master
David Fitzpatrick .... assistant property master
Dan Garr .... additional constructor
Charlotte Gimfalk .... art department intern
Laurent Grangeon .... swing gang
Paul E. Martin .... leadman (as Paul Martin)
Adolfo Martínez Pérez .... storyboard artist
Ben Masek .... additional constructor
Jason Nunes .... on-set dresser
Jason Nunes .... set dresser
Dave Putnam .... additional constructor
Tozar Simich .... additional constructor
Aaron Sternlicht .... leadman
Thom Ward .... swing gang
Carl Thibault .... carpenter (built "hero" safe in film) (uncredited)
Sound Department
Sarah Brady .... adr editor
John Brasher .... sound re-recording mixer
Marilyn Graf .... adr mixer
Eric Hoeschen .... foley mixer
Marty Hutcherson .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris Jargo .... adr editor
Dan Luna .... sound effects editor
Adriane Marfiak .... sound effects editor
Brian Moss .... boom operator
Oliver L. Moss .... sound mixer
Doug Reed .... foley artist
Doug Reed .... foley editor
William Schlueter .... dialogue editor (as Bill Schlueter)
Tom Scurry .... adr editor
Brian Slack .... stereo consultant
Brian Smith .... sound recordist
Lauren Stephens .... dialogue editor
Daniel W. Victor Jr. .... stereo consultant
Michael Faba .... boom operator: day player (uncredited)
Ray Quintana .... commentary re-recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Bill Cochran .... special effects crew: Ultimate Effects
Ted Coplen .... special effects crew: Ultimate Effects
Marilyn Dozer-Chaney .... special effects crew: Atlantic West Effects (as Marilyn Chaney)
John C. Hartigan .... special effects crew: Ultimate Effects (as John Hartigan)
David Hoehn .... creature effects artist: Todd Masters Company
Paolo Mazzucato .... special effects supervisor
Mike McCarty .... special effects crew: Atlantic West Effects (as Michael D. McCarty)
Matt Singer .... special effects crew: Atlantic West Effects
David Waine .... special effects crew: Ultimate Effects
Visual Effects by
Larry Arpin .... roto effects: Hollywood Optical Systems
Ken Herbster .... optical camera: Hollywood Optical Systems
David L. Hewitt .... optical supervisor: Hollywood Optical Systems (as David Hewitt)
Leon Stankevich .... optical line-up: Hollywood Optical Systems
Kurt Bryant .... stunt coordinator
Thomas Dewier .... stunt player (as Tom Dewier)
Arturo Gil .... stunt double: Leprechaun
Roy E. Harrison .... stunt player
Cole S. McKay .... stunt player (as Cole McKay)
Douglas O'Neil .... stunt player (as Doug O'Neil)
Doc Elliot .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Monica Anderson .... second assistant camera: second unit
Tony Bendt .... pre-rigging grip
David S. Bouza .... gaffer: second unit (as David Bouza)
Blain Brown .... additional photography
Blain Brown .... camera operator
Alan Caudillo .... first assistant camera: second unit (as Alan M. Caudillo)
David Chameides .... steadicam operator
Steve Charnow .... electrician
Ross Dunkerley .... best boy electric (as Ross B. Dunkerley)
Jeff Finicle .... electrician
Chris Fish .... pre-rigging electrician
Gergely Fonyó .... first assistant camera
Sean Francis .... pre-rigging electrician
Greg Goldthwaite .... grip (as Gregg Goldthwaite)
Anthony Gregori .... pre-rigging grip
Cristin Harrigan .... electrician
Steven L. Henry .... grip
Yoshikazu Isomura .... electrician: second unit
Paul Janossy .... second assistant camera
Adam Kane .... camera operator
Martin Leeper .... electrician: second unit
Richard A. Ludt .... grip (as Richard Ludt)
Greg Maselli .... key grip / dolly grip
Ralph Merzbach .... video playback
David Moir .... still photographer (as David M. Moir)
Piper Moretti .... grip (as Piper Layton)
Chris Pascuzzo .... electrician
Don Peters .... pre-rigging grip
Gabrielle Pfauter-O'Neill .... additional camera assistant
Blake Pike .... key grip / dolly grip
Miro Pokorny .... electrician
John Priebe .... gaffer (as John R. Priebe)
Matthew A. Seiss .... best boy grip
Jamie Thompson .... director of photography: second unit
Frank C. Towers Jr. .... pre-rigging electrician (as Frank C. Towers)
Chris Trillo .... pre-rigging grip
Jason C. Wood .... pre-rigging electrician
Casting Department
Erik DeSando .... extras casting: Ten Talent Network
Daniel Hurley .... extras casting: Ten Talent Network
Debe Waisman .... extras casting: Ten Talent Network
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marita DeLeon .... costume supervisor
Chanthou Kozberg .... assistant costume designer (as Chanthou Sam Kozberg)
Malou Magnusson .... assistant costumer
Jennifer McManus .... costume constructor
Editorial Department
Monica Anderson .... apprentice editor
Douglas Crise .... assistant editor
Carl V. Dupré .... apprentice editor (as Carl Dupre)
Carlos Lopez .... assistant editor
James Morioka .... apprentice editor
Dan Muscarella .... color timer
John Sellars .... colorist
Music Department
Beth Blumstein .... composer: additional cues
Jonathan Elias .... score producer
Scott Elias .... executive music producer
Jimmy Haun .... composer: additional cues
Daniel Hulsizer .... composer: additional cues (as Danny Hulsizer)
Christopher Kemp .... composer: additional cues
Billy Mallery .... composer: additional cues
Dito Montiel .... composer: additional cues
Lori Rose .... composer: additional cues
Billy Sherwood .... composer: additional cues
Michael Sweet .... score producer
Transportation Department
Corey Askins .... transportation captain
William Louis Dailey .... driver
Dan Henley .... transportation coordinator (as Daniel G. Henley)
Tom Lyons .... driver (as Thomas Lyons)
Other crew
John Steven Agoglia .... location manager (as John-Steven Agoglia)
Michele Bravo .... assistant animal wrangler: cockroach
Penny Cooper .... caterer (as Pennie Cooper)
Scott Coulter .... effects key: Todd Masters Co.
Lowell Dean Cox .... production accountant
James Dew .... animal trainer
Laurette Dobson .... script supervisor: second unit (as Tita Dobson)
Maureen Duffy .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Jack Gould .... craft service
Candace Green .... project coordinator: Todd Masters Co.
Lonnie Johnson .... set first aid
Jacqueline Kiang .... key set production assistant
Steven R. Kutcher .... cockroach wrangler (as Steven Kutcher)
John Lamping .... stand-in
Larry T. Lewis .... production assistant
Adolfo Martínez Pérez .... title artwork
Paolo Mazzucato .... producer: second unit
Davin Palmer .... production assistant
Lisa Pescia .... assistant to director
Diann Peterson .... insurance
Steve Ransohoff .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Elizabeth Reynolds .... production assistant
Terry Ellen Robinson .... assistant production accountant
Page Rosenberg-Marvin .... production coordinator
Derek Seven .... craft service
Shauna Skidmore .... animal trainer
Marion Spiegelman .... completion guarantor: Film Finances
Jill Sweeny .... assistant production coordinator (as Jill Scoppa Sweeny)
Monica Sztybel .... production assistant
Melisa Sánchez .... script supervisor (as Melisa Renee Sanchez)
Mike Tristano .... weapons supplier (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Leprechaun II" - USA (TV title)
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Rated R for violence, and for nudity
85 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Considered to be the least popular in the series.See more »
Continuity: Bridget bends the needle of the awl when she tries to stab the Leprechaun with it. It is bent differently when the Leprechaun picks it up.See more »
The Leprechaun:Was it as good for you as it was for me?See more »
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
"Kiss me, I'm Irish!", 17 March 2014
Author: Scott LeBrun (Hey_Sweden) from Canada

It's truly amazing how much life that this "Leprechaun" series has had. It's endured for over 20 years; there's even a remake in the works. Then again, I suppose there's something to be said for this kind of dumb fun. And make no mistake, it *is* dumb. But it's also genuinely funny at times, and is not without a clever moment or two. The makers of these movies know that they're not making Shakespeare, and create agreeable horror comedies that may have some viewers groaning, shaking their heads, and struggling to get through them, and others having a fine old time. Making a difference is star Warwick Davis (it is nice to have seen him so gainfully employed), whose enthusiasm is hard to resist. He's obviously enjoying himself.

In his second performance as the gleefully sadistic Leprechaun, he attempts to snag himself a hot young wife. But his slave interferes (the girl that the Leprechaun selects is his daughter), and 1,000 years later the Leprechaun resurfaces to amorously pursue his slaves' descendant, a girl named Bridget (sexy blonde Shevonne Durkin). Naturally, Bridgets' boyfriend Cody (Charlie Heath) isn't going to sit idly by and watch a demented fairy take his lady away. So Cody teams up with his irrepressible drunken uncle Morty (veteran comedian Sandy Baron) to do battle.

Baron is a real scene stealer, and in addition to the attractiveness of co-star Durkin and the performance of Davis, does provide some justification for sitting down to watch this. The movie does get tiresome at times - and, for something running just under 85 minutes, it does drag a little - but it's amusing often enough to make for decent entertainment. At the very least, it does find the time to feature cameo appearances by the legendary Clint Howard and Kimmy Robertson of "The Last American Virgin" and 'Twin Peaks' as a pair of tourists. Also showing up are Al White (one of the jive talking dudes from "Airplane!"), Tony Cox ("Bad Santa"), and Billy Beck ("The Blob" '88). Production design, lighting, and visual effects are good, but there won't be enough gore for some tastes, especially considering the fate of one character. The music by Jonathan Elias is actually damn good.

This is about as enjoyable as any movie titled "Leprechaun 2" could be.

Five out of 10.

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