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Corey Michael Eubanks (written by)
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Joe Piscopo ... Zike / Spider

Dennis Weaver ... Sheriff Pratt

Lauren Eckstrom ... Tyler

Rachel Crane ... Katie
Perry Stephens ... Roger
Kathrin Middleton ... Carla (as Kathrin Lautner)
Shannon Gallant ... Monica

Ethan Erickson ... Boyfriend

George Fisher ... Deputy Daniels
Tim Redwine ... Justin

Elle Seymour ... Helen
Bev Walter ... Elderly Woman
Neil Summers ... Cowboy #1

Bill Hart ... Cowboy #2
Bob Orrison ... Cowboy #3
Ronn Iverson ... Newscaster
Marco Colombo ... Deputy
Wayne F. Richardson ... Pilot #1
Kevin LaRosa ... Pilot #2

Dennis Keiffer ... Co-pilot
Matthew Bartilson ... Two-Bits (voice)
Lance LeGault ... Pepper (voice)
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Directed by
Corey Michael Eubanks 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Corey Michael Eubanks  written by

Produced by
Scott McAboy .... co-producer
Joseph Merhi .... producer
Richard Pepin .... producer
Gilbert Alexander Wadsworth III .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Louis Febre 
 
Cinematography by
Jacques Haitkin 
 
Film Editing by
Howard Flaer 
 
Casting by
Dennis Gallegos 
Ann Wilkinson 
 
Production Design by
Zeev Tankus 
 
Set Decoration by
Kathryn Berry 
 
Costume Design by
Claudia Portillo 
 
Makeup Department
Candy Friedman .... assistant makeup artist
Rela Martine .... assistant makeup artist
Victoria Sazani .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Paula McDaniel .... post-production manager
Amy Sydorick .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael K. DeVaney .... second second assistant director
Alexander H. Gayner .... first assistant director
Bryan Goeres .... second second assistant director
Scott Hohnbaum .... first assistant director
Scott McAboy .... second unit director
Bradley Morris .... second assistant director
Paul G. Volk .... second unit director
Gilbert Alexander Wadsworth III .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Lloyd Cooper .... props fabricator
Ronald Cox .... art swing gang
Gary Foshee .... painter
Hans Mainz .... carpenter
Morgan Mainz .... carpenter
Steve Ramos .... construction coordinator
Pilar Revuelta .... set dresser
Tom Salvitti .... property master
David Silverstone .... set dresser
Mark Sole .... art swing gang
Kathy Stewart .... property master
Brian Tarr .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Mark Allen .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Allen .... sound supervisor
Troy Allen .... dialogue editor
Leslie Bloom .... foley artist
Arthur Farkas .... foley recordist
Arthur Farkas .... sound effects editor
Mike Hall .... production sound mixer
G.K. Holderer .... sound effects editor
Monett Holderer .... foley artist
Michael Mouneu .... adr recordist
Michael Mouneu .... dialogue editor
Michael Mouneu .... sound re-recording mixer
Jim Mustol .... boom operator
James P. Slingluff .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Ron Bawden .... special effects technician
 
Stunts
Julie Adair .... stunts
John Cade .... stunts
Gil Coppersmith .... stunts
Mark De Alessandro .... stunts
Charles Grisham .... stunts
Bill Hart .... stunts
Gene Hartline .... stunts
Dennis Keiffer .... stunts
Bob Orrison .... stunts
Courtney Rains .... stunts
Lori Lynn Ross .... stunts
Neil Summers .... stunts
Amy Sydorick .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Erik Barrette .... best boy electric: second unit
Erik Barrette .... electrician
Jose Bouza .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jeffrey A. Cook .... gaffer
Charles Crivier .... dolly grip
Charles Crivier .... key grip
Rick Davidson .... Steadicam operator
Greg Degler .... still photographer
Greg Ferguson .... second assistant camera
Jack Finks .... electrician
Ed Giovanni .... first assistant camera
Barry Gross .... grip
Frank Harris .... cinematographer: second unit
Frank Jacobellis .... grip
Paul Janossy .... first assistant camera
Dwight F. Lay .... best boy grip
Jean-Pierre Marangokis .... best boy electric
Maurice K. McGuire .... additional photographer: second unit
Richard Oliver .... electrician
Brian Roberts .... grip
Adam Southwick .... electrician
Laura Stewart .... first electrician
Christopher Taylor .... first assistant camera: second unit
Eric Trageser .... first assistant camera
Bela Trutz .... camera loader
Bela Trutz .... second assistant camera: second unit
Bill Tunnicliffe .... best boy electric
 
Casting Department
Dayna Polehanki .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Randy Coonfield .... colorist: dailies
Stuart Heiman .... post-production logistics
Mary K. Judy .... post-production liaison
Kevin Mock .... assistant film editor
Ron Shaw .... assistant film editor
Robert Tomaszewski .... colorist
Paul G. Volk .... director of post-production
Chris Weber .... negative cutter
Gary Weber .... negative cutter
Chuck Winston .... color timer
Issam Tahan .... post-production logistics (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Paul G. Volk .... music editor
Paul G. Volk .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Cecil Barba .... driver
Andre Brandes .... driver
Ernie Edgerton .... driver
Philip Hallen .... driver
Brian Kahn .... transportation captain
David Smith .... driver
Jeff Snee .... transportation coordinator
Dan Williams .... driver
 
Other crew
Troy Allen .... dialogue supervisor
Ramon Becerra .... horse trainer
Cynthia L. Clark .... location manager
Michael Collins .... production accountant
Mark Dresner .... assistant to producers
John Michael Forbes .... production assistant
Miguel Garcia .... art laborer
Bradley Goeres .... production assistant
Bess Halberg .... key production assistant
Cassandra Heredia .... production coordinator
Marlene Hirshfield .... production office coordinator
John J. Kelly .... production controller
Jennifer Kerrigan .... assistant production coordinator
Amir Khouray .... stage manager
Shaker Khoury .... production accountant
Diana Lane .... script supervisor
Barry N. Lyons .... assistant to producers
Armando Mercado .... production assistant
Mitchell Nurick .... production intern
Michele Pepin .... travel coordinator
Adeeb K. Samhat .... production assistant
Caryn Silver .... craft service
Irwin Sirotta .... assistant to producers
Jefferson Wagner .... weapons handler
Bev Walter .... production assistant
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Rated PG for mild violence, language and thematic elements
Runtime:
89 min
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Quotes:
Two-Bits:Pepper, why are those guys stealing the car?
Pepper:Because they're bad guys and thats what bad guys do. They steal things, and they hurt people. Do I have to explain everything.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Two Bits and Pepper, 9 September 2008
Author: Ely-girl from United Kingdom

Two Bits and Pepper is definitely not the best horse film I have seen and it does have a lot of faults. Adults will most likely find this film predictable and irritating but little kids are bound to enjoy it. The story is very simple - two girls are kidnapped by two very stupid kidnappers (the kind you would see in Beethoven 3, only more stupid because they can't even add 1+11!) and the kid's ponies (Two Bits and Pepper) decide to rescue their owners and bring the kidnappers to justice. The ponies do speak (Homeward Bound style) but have very irritating voices that I felt were unemotional and past caring. This film does have a lot of flaws and unfortunately they are noticeable.

The kidnappers do not speak with any emotion and sounded like they just wanted to get on with it and the girls, I think were the only ones that acted well. There were a few good scenes such as when a fire breaks out but it is fairly easy to lose interest and the film gets boring towards the end because we all know what is going to happen. Yes the horses are cute and the stunts preformed were OK and the scenery was nice but nothing could save this film from the lack of professionalism. I think it will appeal more to little kids. But one good point is that the film teaches them that they should not talk to strangers or get in a stranger's car. This film is not great and I have seen better but for the money (£1 in Woolworths) it is OK though I would not view it more than once. 5/10.

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