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Hannes Jaenicke ... Dr. John Richards
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ... Barbara Richards (as Melissa Williamson)
Harrison Myers ... Jackie Richards
Steve Scionti ... Dr. Carl McGavin

Robert Quarry ... Robert Secord

Robert Donavan ... Victor Alexander
Ariauna Albright ... Angie Cornell

Arthur Roberts ... Mr. Price

Calista Carradine ... Miss Caine
Maxwell Myers ... Eddie (as Max Myers)
Drew Calvert ... Bobby
John Rulon ... Parsons
Cliff Murdoch ... Zane

Gary Dubin ... Officer #1
Jimmy Dale Hartsell ... Kettle
Natalie Hays ... Waitress #2
Joni Berby ... Waitress #1 (as Joni Justice)
Andy Neville ... Virgil
James Brown Orleans ... Officer #2
Kim Ray ... Waitress #3
Jimmy Williams ... Chet
Henry Wolf ... Security Guard
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Traci Burgard ... The Rat (uncredited)

Directed by
Fred Olen Ray  (as Peter Stewart)
Writing credits
Sean O'Bannon (written by)

Peter Miller (second unit writer)

Produced by
David Bursteen .... executive producer
Don Key Jr. .... producer
Suzi Mealing .... line producer (as Suzi Mealing Tunney)
Andrew Stevens .... producer
Original Music by
Jay Bolton (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Theo Angell 
Film Editing by
Michael Kuge 
Casting by
Joey Paul Jensen 
Production Design by
Timothy Roberts 
Costume Design by
Montana Creekmore 
Makeup Department
Ronda Rae .... makeup supervisor
Cindy Welsh .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
John H. Brister .... executive in charge of production
Kimberly A. Ray .... production manager: second unit
Alison Semenza .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kristin Landreville .... second assistant director
Peter Miller .... second unit director
Brian O'Sullivan .... first assistant director
Art Department
Wayne Feit .... set dresser
Simon Jones .... property master
Sound Department
Thomas Brandau .... sound mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr & foley mixer
Nicole Rhoades .... boom operator
Catherine Tanner .... boom operator
David Waelder .... sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Gary Graver .... director of photography: second unit
Ted T.E. Tunney .... gaffer (as Ted Tunney)
Gretchen Widmer .... first assistant camera
Music Department
Jay Bolton .... music supervisor
Paul Di Franco .... music supervisor
Other crew
Traci Burgard .... production coordinator
Natalie Hays .... production assistant
Serge Rivest .... production assistant
Alison Young .... script supervisor

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Rated PG for mild violence and brief language
93 min


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The laughs in this would be comedy are MIA, 16 February 2003
Author: CommandoCody from Washington, DC

Dr. John Richards (Hannes Jaenicke) is working on a top secret transmitting ray, called the "Triton," which can move objects from one place to another instantly by scrambling its molecules. However, John's Assistant Angie (Ariauna Albright) devises a different use for the machine, which enables her to turn into an exact replica of John. With John locked away in a secret warehouse, Angie, who now looks like John, and her evil accomplice, Martin Grecko (Steve Scionti), proceed with their evil plan to set John up to make it look like he's trying to steal the machine and then make $4 million from it in the meantime. Dr. Richards' son, Jackie (Harrison Myers) and his wife, Barbara (Mary Elizabeth McGlynn billed as "Melissa Williamson") step forward to thwart the evil duo. It becomes much easier after Jackie accidentally renders his mom invisible. This movie sat on the shelf for three years and it's easy to see why. The cheap special effects reflects the film's near microscopic budget. The script is filled with dull clichés and a silly, overly simplistic plot. Only children under the age of ten are likely to find this movie even remotely amusing.

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