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Say Cheese and Die 

Greg and his friends break into an old warehouse, where they find an unusual camera. However, the photographs Greg takes with it seem to predict disaster, and he becomes convinced the camera is cursed.



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Episode cast overview:
Akiva David ...
Doug (Bird) (as Akiva Salzman)
Renessa Blitz ...
Caley Wilson ...
Richard McMillan ...
Angie Gei ...
Mrs. Banks
Marvin Karon ...
Mr. Banks
Det. Reddick
Joey Ferris
Mickey Ward
Officer Madison


Greg is having fun taking pictures with the cool instant camera he found in the Coffman's spooky, old house... until he realizes that the pictures are not what he shot. Instead, they portray horrible disasters involving whoever or whatever is in them. The scariest part is that the disasters start to come true! Can this camera predict the future? Or does it actually cause bad things to happen? The only one who knows the truth is Spidey, the strange, dark man who seems to be stalking Greg. Can Greg return the camera to its rightful owner before the next awful prediction comes true? Or will his fate be frozen on film forever? Written by Anonymous

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9 February 1996 (Canada)  »

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(74 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


For reasons unknown most of the cast from Say Cheese and Die did not reprise their roles including, Ryan Gosling, Renessa Blitz, Caley Wilson, Angie Gei. they are portrayed by different actors and actresses in Say Cheese and Die... Again. See more »


When Joey and Mickey are walking down the street and Greg and Bird see them, Bird says Mickey's last name is "Knotts". However, in the credits, Mickey's last name is "Ward", the same as in the original novel. See more »


Terry Banks: Hey troll.
Greg Banks: Don't call me that.
Terry Banks: [in mocking voice] OK.
[In normal voice]
Terry Banks: What do you think of Dad's new ride?
Greg Banks: I think it's excellent.
Terry Banks: What's that?
Greg Banks: Oh, uh... just a camera, something Shari gave me.
Terry Banks: Take my picture. C'mon.
Greg Banks: OK.
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Crazy Credits

Green blood drips down the screen in ending credits of every episode. See more »


References The Twilight Zone: A Most Unusual Camera (1960) See more »


Goosebumps Theme
Performed by Jack Lenz
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Kids see accidents develop into something worse.
26 July 2013 | by (Edinburgh.) – See all my reviews

This particular episode of Goosebumps is a bit of a treat for two reasons. First, the main premise is a very good one, even if it's something that we've all seen a variation of many times in the past. Second, it has Ryan Gosling when he was a teeny tiny totie teen.

A few kids sneak into a building and pick up a device that looks like a camera. It also acts like a camera, with one big difference. The photos seem to show the future of those being photographed. And the future is usually not that good. Greg Banks (Gosling) has to convince people of just how dangerous the device is before too many people pose for a photo that may lead to their demise.

Directed by Ron Oliver, and adapted to the screen by Bruce Edwards, this is an episode full of easy pleasures. The young cast all do well - Gosling may not give signs of what a great actor he would become in his adulthood, but he's fine - and the "scare moments" in which the pictures are developed to show something unexpected are nicely spread throughout the 20+ minutes.

Brisk, fun and with one or two creepy scenes, this is definitely one of the better Goosebumps episodes, and perfect horror-lite fare for kids.

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