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18 May 1996 (USA) See more »
Desired By Every Man. Possessed By One. See more »
Edward is busy trying to unlock the secrets of reading and recording people's thoughts. He is very involved... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Brian Krause ... Edward

Pamela Anderson ... Britt

David Warner ... Everett Longstreet

Dean Stockwell ... Duncan

Clayton Rohner ... Jerry

Justina Vail ... Amelia
Victor Talmadge ... Travis
Elizabeth Low ... Model
Deryl Carroll ... Clinic Doctor
Pat Millicano ... 1st Paramedic (as Pat Malicano)

Alex Manette ... 2nd paramedic

Yonda Davis ... Nurse

Jennifer Collins ... Hospital Doctor

Michael Papajohn ... Driver
Thomas Milan ... Homeless Man
Chris Holder ... Cop

Chantel Rae ... Woman in bath (as Chantel King)
Jackie Brune ... Woman in Car
Seana Ryan ... Woman in Pool
Keita ... Woman in Doorway

Directed by
Lyndon Chubbuck 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Frank Dietz 
Randolf Turrow  uncredited

Produced by
Ivana Chubbuck .... producer
Lyndon Chubbuck .... producer
William Talmadge .... executive producer
Randolf Turrow .... co-producer
Candace Veach .... line producer
Original Music by
Nigel Holton 
Cinematography by
Eric J. Goldstein 
Film Editing by
Rebecca Ross 
Casting by
Liane Dietz 
Production Design by
Elisabeth A. Scott 
Set Decoration by
Jodi Muller 
Costume Design by
Kristen Anacker 
Makeup Department
Elizabeth Dahl .... makeup artist: second unit
Lisa Marie Rosenberg .... key hair stylist
Alexis Vogel .... makeup artist: Ms. Anderson
Barbara Wilder .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Keira Morrisette .... post-production supervisor
Candace Veach .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Deanna Gallier .... second second assistant director
Matt Hinkley .... first assistant director
Phil Robinson .... second assistant director
Art Department
Randy Bauling .... art lead man
Brent Bye .... swing gang
Ron Durant .... assistant art director
Ronald D. Durant .... art lead man
Andrew Gersh .... on-set dresser
Susan King .... set dresser
Christopher H. Lawrence .... property master
Sherrie Lucas .... graphic artist
James G. Meltzer .... assistant property master
Gavin Mullins .... swing gang
Gina Roma .... art swing gang
Valentine Ross .... art swing gang
Sound Department
Richard Cottrell .... dialogue editor
Rob Disner .... boom operator (as Robert B. Disner)
Thomas Orsi .... sound designer
Thomas Orsi .... sound mixer
Pat Toma .... sound mixer
Alan Nay .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Amy H. Abrams .... second assistant camera
John B. Aronson .... director of photography: second unit
Joey D. Brown .... chief lighting technician
Joey D. Brown .... gaffer
Richard R. Cohen .... dolly grip
Kiely Cronin .... assistant camera: second unit
Carlos DePalma .... electrician
Randy Donaldson .... grip
Reginald Donaldson .... key grip
Frank Esposito .... electrician
Lynette Ferguson .... grip
Sean T. Hannan .... gaffer: second unit
John Massaro .... best boy electric
Richard McQuilkin .... playback operator
Richard McQuilkin .... video assist operator
Daisuke Dice Miyake .... key grip: second unit
Tony Nagy .... first assistant camera
Joseph M. Setele .... first assistant camera
Jim Sheldon .... still photographer
Joseph T. Thompson .... grip
Uriel Uribe .... electrician
Vernon Wynne .... best boy grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Elias .... costume supervisor
Devon Patterson .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Orlando Castenada .... assistant film editor
Paul Covington .... first assistant editor
Keith Fernandes .... on-line editor
Michael Mazur .... colorist
Kent Pritchett .... assistant colorist
Mark Scheinbaum .... on-line assistant
Randy Starnes .... colorist
Steven Vincent .... on-line editor
Location Management
Ronald L. Carr .... location scout
Adam Silver .... location manager
Transportation Department
Howard Rutman .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
R. Lucas Andres .... production assistant
Melanie Arthur .... assistant: Ms. Anderson
Carla Bowen .... assistant production coordinator
Pamela M. Breitbeil .... production assistant
Michael Dutra .... production assistant (as Michael J. Dutra)
Chris Farril .... piano hand double
Jennifer Getzinger .... script supervisor
Samuel R. Harrison III .... production assistant
Kris King .... assistant: Mr. Chubbuck
Jean Maninger .... production coordinator
Maria Mantia .... assistant production coordinator
A. Brooks Medoff .... craft service
Diane C. Najuch .... craft service
Debbie Smith .... post-production accountant (as Debi D. Smith)
Kenny Vasquez .... key set production assistant

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Rated R for strong sexuality, and for language and violence
85 min | Argentina:90 min
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While Pamela Anderson plays only a small role in the plot, much of the advertising and even the movie tagline is focused on her.See more »


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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Naked Pamela, 28 June 2006
Author: gridoon

Taken as a sci-fi thriller, "Naked Souls" lies somewhere between "mediocre" and "not bad". The ideas (mind-switching, memory transfer, etc) are intriguing, even if they have been used in many other films (the French thriller "La Machine", with Depardieu, is one that comes to mind), but this film goes nowhere with them. However, Pamela Anderson looks breathtakingly gorgeous here (I don't remember ever seeing her look better), and she has one particularly sensual sex scene (damn was her partner a lucky guy!). The filmmakers must have liked that scene too, because they repeat it in the last few minutes....and it's actually better the second time because it's not intercut (like it is the first time) with David Warner's reactions. No disrespect to Warner, who is a fine actor, but he kind of kills the mood in this instance, if you know what I mean....(**)

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