"Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King"
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Season: 1
Year: 2006


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Battleground

12 June 2006
An assassin is besieged in his apartment by an Army of toy soldiers after killing their maker.

William Hurt ... Jason Renshaw

Bruce Spence ... Hans Morris

Mia Sara ... Beautiful Passenger

Krista Vendy ... Front Desk Clerk
Lynda Kinkade ... CNN Anchor

Enrico Mammarella ... Guard #1

Brad McMurray ... Guard #2
Jackie Kelleher ... Hans Morris' Mother

Season 1, Episode 2: Crouch End

12 July 2006
The career devoted Lonnie Freeman and his wife Doris Freeman are in London in honeymoon. Loonie receives a message from the important client Squales inviting the young couple to have dinner with him in his house at Crouch End. While going to the dinner party, Doris is advised by the cab driver to return from Crouch End, which would be a thin spot in another dimension. Lonnie does not accept the non-sense explanation and have a weird experience with Doris.

Claire Forlani ... Doris Frehman

Eion Bailey ... Lonnie Frehman

Linal Haft ... Archibald

Eva Lazzaro ... The Girl
Ryan Sheldrake ... The Boy

Kenneth Ransom ... Cabby
Luke Walker ... PC Farnham
Jennifer Congram ... Concierge
Monica Maughan ... Woman in Street
John Flaus ... Man in Street
Ron Haddrick ... Man in Lift
Marijke Mann ... Woman in Lift
Jean-Marc Russ ... Rat Man #1 (as Jean Marc Russ)

Josh Futcher ... Rat Man #2
Martin Broome ... Rat Man #3

Season 1, Episode 3: Umney's Last Case

19 July 2006
In 1938 in Los Angeles, Clyde Umney is a divorce private eye successful with women. On the weirdest day of his life, he sees his world turning upside-down when he discovers that he is a character of a series of novels made-up by the writer Sam Landry. Sam is grieving the loss of his son and wants to swap position with Clyde.

William H. Macy ... Clyde Umney / Sam Landry / George Demmick

Jacqueline McKenzie ... Linda Landry / Gloria Demmick

Tory Mussett ... Arlene 'Candy' Cain / Pool Girl (as Victoria Mussett)
Harold Hopkins ... Vernon Klein
Melinda Butel ... Ardis McGill
Julian O'Donnell ... Peoria Smith
Don Halbert ... Dunninger
Peter Curtin ... Mr. Woolrich
Louis Corbett ... Danny Landry
Mark Mitchell ... Blondie
John Orcsik ... Stan the Cop

Sigrid Thornton ... Mrs. Anges Sternwood

Kodi Smit-McPhee ... Brandon

Season 1, Episode 4: The End of the Whole Mess

19 July 2006
On November 25, 2011, documentary filmmaker Howard Fornoy tells the story of his family, and more specifically of his younger brother Robert. Bobby, a genius from birth, was troubled with the human race's violent tendencies. One day he discovers a small town in Texas with a non-existent crime rate, and he attempts to find out the cause. He finds chemicals in the local water supply that have a calming effect. In an effort to bring about world peace, he decides to spread the chemical worldwide using a volcano eruption. But Bobby's plan has effects he did not forsee.

Ron Livingston ... Howard Fornoy

Henry Thomas ... Robert Fornoy

Andy Anderson ... Duke Rogers

Nicholas Bell ... World Health Official
Tyler Coppin ... Richard Fornoy

Rebecca Gibney ... India Fornoy
Bo Jerkic ... Howie Fornoy, 5-7 years old
Bonnie Carter ... Moderator (as Kirsty Lee)
Matthew Lombardo ... Bobby Fornoy, 11 months old
Nicholas Mulkearns ... Bobby Fornoy (as Nick Mulkearns)

Rarmian Newton ... Bobby Fornoy, 7-10 years old
Justina Noble ... CNN Street Reporter
Jye O'Toole ... Howie Fornoy, 12 years old
Greg Saunders ... Dr. Banyard
Jake Stone ... Bobby Fornoy, 2-3 years old

Jim Lau ... (uncredited)

Romi Trower ... Howie's Date (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Road Virus Heads North

26 July 2006
A popular but terminally ill horror author returning to his old stomping grounds with an eerie painting in tow is greeted by agitated dogs at every stop and death follows in his wake.

Tom Berenger ... Richard Kinnell

Marsha Mason ... Aunt Trudy

Susie Porter ... Sally Blair Kinnell
Marg Downey ... Judy Diment
Nate Butler ... Valet
Amelia Christon ... Betsy (as Amelia Christo)
Virginia Gay ... Fan #1
Kim Gyngell ... Will Tabor, Literary Agent

Chris Haywood ... Dr. Bogner
Jim Hill ... Tattoed Fan
Robyn-Jane Lacey ... Pretty Girl (as Robyn Jane Lacey)

Hamish Michael ... Road Virus
Gorgi Quill ... TV Reporter

Anita Torrance ... Pretty Wiccan

Josh Wakely ... Fan #2

Sara Zwangobani ... News Anchor

Season 1, Episode 6: The Fifth Quarter

26 July 2006
After a long period in prison, Willie Evans is released on probation and promises a straight life to his wife Karen. However, during the night, his former cell mate, Barney, who had lived with Karen for a period appears in their trailer bleeding. He reveals that he had participated in a 3.5 million dollar heist with four other criminals, the leader hid the money and gave one quarter of the map to each hoodlum.

Jeremy Sisto ... Willie Evans

Samantha Mathis ... Karen Evans

Christopher Morris ... Barney

Christopher Kirby ... Sarge (as Chris Kirby)

Robert Mammone ... Jagger

Peter O'Brien ... Keenan

Kodi Smit-McPhee ... Jackson Evans

Christine Moffat ... Mrs. Claussen
Sara Gleeson ... Thelma
Antony Neate ... Prison Guard #1
Dino Marnika ... Detective #1

Season 1, Episode 7: Autopsy Room Four

2 August 2006
While playing golf with his friend Ed Brooks, Howard Cottrell walks on the bush to retrieve his ball. He is bitten by a viper and an old doctor recklessly diagnoses heart attack. Howard is sent to the autopsy room, where Dr. Katie Arlen is training Dr. Peter Jennings. Howard tries to find a way to call the attention of the doctors while he recalls his relationship with his fiancée Angela. When the assistant Rusty takes the elevator with a hospital employee that is bringing Howard's golf club bag, the man is bitten by the snake. Rusty finds what happened to Howard and rushes to the autopsy room four.

Richard Thomas ... Howard Cottrell

Greta Scacchi ... Dr. Katie Arlen

Robert Mammone ... Dr. Peter Jennings
Robyn Arthur ... Nurse
Jude Beaumont ... Angela

Paul Gleeson ... Ed Brooks
Linc Hasler ... Rusty

Josh Lawson ... ER Doctor
Brian Lipson ... Mike the Orderly

Steve Mouzakis ... Driver
Martin Vaughan ... Dr. Kazalian

Season 1, Episode 8: You Know They Got a Hell of a Band

2 August 2006
While traveling through Oregon, the computer programmer Clark Willingham and his wife Mary almost have a car accident. Clark decides to take a secondary road under the protest of Mary. She tries to convince Clark to return but, out of the blue, they see a welcome plate of Rock and Roll Heaven town and a beautiful road. Clark drives through the road and arrive in the town. Mary feels uncomfortable but Clark forces her to go to a diner to drink a coke. One waitress leaves a napkin on the counter advising them to get out while they still can. Meanwhile, Clark talks to another waitress that resembles Janis Joplin. Then the cook, who looks like Ricky Nelson, arrives and when Clark leaves the diner, Mary stumbles with two guys that resemble Roy Orbinson and Buddy Hole. Sooner they discover that they are surrounded by deceased musicians and singers that want them to stay for their concert, and they find that they can never leave the place.

Kim Delaney ... Mary Rivingham

Steven Weber ... Clark Rivingham

William McNamara ... Ricky Nelson
Erin Wright ... Janis Joplin

Joey Sagal ... Elvis Presley (as Joe Sagal)

Jacinta Stapleton ... Cece Pryor

Kristian Schmid ... Buddy Holly
Tony Rickards ... Roy Orbison
Bert Labonte ... Otis Redding

André de Vanny ... Skater Boy

Mitchell Butel ... Emcee

Fletcher Humphrys ... Duane Allman

Damien Richardson ... Ronnie Van Zant
Che Timmins ... Jimi Hendrix
Portia Bradley ... Daughter

Richard Cawthorne ... Hot Rod Driver

Michelle Celebicanin ... Mother (as Michelle Cele)
Andrew Gilmore ... Elderly Clark
Glen Hancox ... Grease Monkey
Alethea McGrath ... Elderly Mary
Andy McPhee ... Pot Bellied Man
Stan Roach ... Druggist

Karen Day ... Crystal (uncredited)
Sharon Fenech ... Once Pretty Woman (uncredited)
Noel Herriman ... Gas Station Customer (uncredited)

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