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  (in credits order)
Joel James ... Willie - 1921
Tim James ... Walter - 1921
Doyle James ... Jim - 1921
Tim Booth ... Luke - 1921
Daryl Pope ... Matthew - 1921 (as Daryl 'Scooby' Pope)
Greg Hamilton ... Revenue Agent - 1921
Reagan Richards ... The Witch - 1921 / Ally - 1981

Clay Brocker ... Brett - 1981
Neil Derringer ... Rick - 1981
Brooke Cantrell ... Cindy - 1981
Lee Jones ... Shane - 1981 (as Lee 'Sporty' Jones)
Lisa Marie ... Robin - 1981

Jim O'Rear ... Preacher - 1981
Sarah Todd ... Mama - 1981
Spring Whited ... Pandora - 1981
Crimm Blakeslee ... Sheriff - 1981
Kent Beasley ... Deputy - 1981
Bill Burkett ... Goose - 1981 (as Bill 'Goose' Burkett)
Rodman Rodman ... The Skarecrow
Amnesty Danielle ... Child 1
Logan Dixen ... Child 2
Monica Ferrone ... Child 3
Rachel Pollacheck ... Child 4
Drew Darrington ... Van Washer
Allen Crazy Joe ... Talker 1
James Eastes ... Talker 2 (as James 'Eddie' Eastes)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Larry Underwood ... Insane Asylum Doctor (uncredited)

Directed by
Ben Dixon 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Amy Dixon  screenplay
Ben Dixon  screenplay

Produced by
Amy Dixon .... producer
Ben Dixon .... producer
Salem Elizabeth .... co-producer
Douglas Wolfe .... executive producer
Original Music by
Nathan Whitehead 
Cinematography by
David B. Stevens (director of photography)
J.T. Sumner (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ben Dixon 
Art Direction by
Douglas Wolfe 
Makeup Department
Lohr Brooks .... special makeup effects artist
Ben Dixon .... special makeup effects artist
Dave Nixon .... special makeup effects artist
Art Department
Joel James .... carpenter (as Joel 'VSF' James)
Brad Sizemore .... set designer
Sound Department
Bill Burkett .... boom operator
Tim Lowery .... sound
Nathan Whitehead .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Kevin Carter .... special effects contact lenses
Camera and Electrical Department
Ace .... grip
Clay Fuct .... gaffer
Johnny Gebhart .... assistant camera
Eddie Jones .... still photographer
Lee O'Neil .... key grip
Jason Satterlund .... assistant camera
Logan Seth .... best boy
Jim Wells .... assistant camera
Animation Department
Sean Leigh Hart .... designer: animation sequence (as Sean Hart)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Salem Elizabeth .... wardrobe
Transportation Department
Neil Sedan Deville .... transportation
Other crew
Steve Beamer .... reptile wrangler
Danny Carter .... documentary footage (as Danny 'Dr. Zaius' Carter)
Donna Jackson .... printing: Sun Graphics
Pat Jackson .... printing: Sun Graphics
Scott Lindsey .... reptile wrangler (as Scott 'Snake' Lindsey)
Neil Woo .... script supervisor
Robert Ziegler .... printing: Sun Graphics
Chuck Angell .... special thanks
Arlo .... special thanks
Joe Baskin .... special thanks
Michelle Baskin .... special thanks
Bill Burkett .... special thanks
Wyatt 'The Prince' Einstein the Cat .... special thanks
Darrin Dickerson .... special thanks
Ben Dixon Sr. .... dedicated to the memory of
Kim Dunn .... special thanks
Joe Elvis .... special thanks
Andrew Lacey .... special thanks
Brenda Linnear .... special thanks
Bill Martin .... special thanks
Tony Martin .... special thanks
Proud Mary .... special thanks
Moose .... special thanks
Nikko .... special thanks
Donny Nuessle .... special thanks
Laura Nuessle .... special thanks
David Riemens .... special thanks
Scott .... special thanks
Lynn Self .... special thanks
Marvin Smith .... special thanks
Tom Stephens .... special thanks (as Tom 'Hero' Stephens)
Bobby Thomas .... special thanks
Larry Underwood .... special thanks
Tom Whelch .... special thanks
Frank Wilkerson .... special thanks (as Frank Wllkerson)
Chrisy Wilson .... special thanks
Linda Wylie .... special thanks (as Lynda Wylie)
Ziggs .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Dark Harvest 3: Scarecrow" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for horror violence/gore, sexuality, nudity and language
USA:90 min | USA:76 min (DVD)
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Seriously, what did I just watch?, 17 January 2007
Author: mdamien13 from United States

It used to be that video distributors like Sub Rosa and Brain Damage Films would release low-budget, shot-on-video horror films to a select market of gorehounds that ate them up with glee. That's acceptable to me, because you could see these movies from a mile away with their shoddy box art and cheesy titles.

Now we have Lions Gate getting into the mix, only they have decided that it'd be better to sucker in poor saps by putting a "professional" looking cover on it and charge the same price as one of their higher-budget, professionally made features. Do not be suckered in by this! Granted, if you've seen Dark Harvest 1 or 2 than you already know what to expect with 3 but there is a place for movies like this and it is not on a video store shelf beside professionally-made features.

I am a fan of independent cinema and have watched several low budget, shot-on-video productions that were still a worthy rental but this was one of the worst movies I have ever seen. The "acting" (if you can call it that) was abysmal. It was amusing to laugh at the horrible line reading for a minute or two, but eventually it was too much to take and became unbearable. The story is bad, the dialogue is worse, the acting somehow manages to be even worse. The only possible saving grace to this would be one disemboweling scene that still manages to be awful but is an award winning effect when compared to the blood splatters after a girl is slapped or the mannequin decapitation.

It took me three tries to make it through this entire movie and I only did so because I paid good money to rent it and felt like I should at least finish it all the way through. Stay away - stay far, far away from this one.

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