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Turkey Shoot ()


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Deviants are held at a rehabilitation fortress until they're set into a deadly game of survival, in the hopes of returning to world society.

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Paul Anders
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Chris Walters
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Charles Thatcher
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Jennifer
Noel Ferrier ...
Secretary Mallory
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Rita Daniels
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Chief Guard Ritter
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Tito
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Red
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Dodge
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Griff
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Alph
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Andy
Oriana Panozzo ...
Melinda

Directed by

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Brian Trenchard-Smith

Written by

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Jon George ... (screenplay) and
Neill D. Hicks ... (screenplay) (as Neill Hicks)
 
George Schenck ... (story) &
Robert Williams ... (story) and
David Lawrence ... (story)

Produced by

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Brian W. Cook ... associate producer
John Daly ... executive producer
William Fayman ... producer
Antony I. Ginnane ... producer
David Hemmings ... executive producer

Music by

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Brian May

Cinematography by

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John R. McLean ... director of photography (as John McLean)

Film Editing by

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Alan Lake

Editorial Department

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Arthur Cambridge ... grader
Margaret Cardin ... negative cutter
Karen Foster ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Bernard Hides

Art Direction by

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Virginia Bieneman

Costume Design by

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Aphrodite Kondos

Makeup Department

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Bob McCarron ... makeup artist / special makeup effects
Anne Popischil ... makeup artist (as Annie Pospischil)
Maureen Wroe-Johnson ... hairdresser

Production Management

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Michael Fuller ... unit manager (as Mike Fuller)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Jaffee ... third assistant director
Terry Needham ... first assistant director
John Rooke ... second assistant director
David Hemmings ... second unit director (uncredited)

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Jonty Barraud ... assistant stand-by props (as Jonothan Barraud)
Adrian Cannon ... property buyer
Paul Dulieu ... property buyer
Bill Howe ... construction manager
Billy Malcolm ... scenic artist
David Pride ... property maker
Tad Pride ... property maker
Graeme Sang ... stand-by carpenter
Ken Sticker ... construction carpenter
George Zammit ... stand-by props

Sound Department

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Paul Clark ... sound recordist
Peter Fenton ... sound mixer
Lee Smith ... dubbing editor
Jim Walker ... assistant dubbing editor

Special Effects by

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Bernie Corfield ... special effects assistant
Peter Hutchinson ... special effects assistant
John Stears ... special effects
Brian Cox ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Roger Cowland ... opticals

Stunts

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Glenn Boswell ... stunts (as Glen Boswell)
Richard Boué ... stunts (as Richard Boue)
Zev Eleftheriou ... stunts
Kerry Rossall ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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David Brostoff ... focus puller
David Burr ... camera operator
Colin Deane ... clapper loader: second unit
Ian Dewhurst ... gaffer
Tex Foote ... electrician
David Head ... grip
Bob Hughes ... camera operator: second unit
Grahame Litchfield ... key grip (as Graham Litchfield)
Barry Peake ... stills photographer
Ian Philp ... electrician
Ray Scarborough ... focus puller: second unit
Ben Seresin ... clapper loader
Robert Verkerk ... grip
Colin Williams ... best boy

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Pam Maling ... wardrobe mistress (as Pamela Maling)
Julia Mansford ... dresser
David Rowe ... stand-by wardrobe

Music Department

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Brian May ... conductor
Roger Savage ... music engineer

Other crew

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Jennifer Barty ... production secretary (as Jenny Barty)
Brian Burns ... armorer
Dennis Davidson ... publicity: Los Angeles
Joy Dobrowolski ... accountant: head office
Noel Ferguson ... assistant accountant
Bill Gooley ... laboratory liaison
Dean Hill ... accountant
Ben Mitchell ... unit publicist
Therese O'Leary ... continuity
Toni Okkerse ... unit nurse
Chris Short ... facilities manager
Sylvia Van Wyk ... assistant: Mr. Ginnane
Barbara Williams ... production assistant
David Williams ... caterer

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Plot Summary

In a totalitarian country, any subversives, undesirables and "deviants" are sent to a prison camp to be rehabilitated and reeducated. The camp is run in fascist fashion, with guards torturing and killing prisoners for sport. Their pinnacle of the guards oppression is an event where a select band of prisoners are set free in the surrounding bush, to be hunted by the guards and special guests for sport - the Turkey Shoot. Written by grantss

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Taglines Hunting is the national sport...and people are the prey! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Slaughter Game (Japan, English title)
  • Escape 2000 (United States)
  • Blood Camp Thatcher (United Kingdom)
  • Les traqués de l'an 2000 (France)
  • El imperio de la muerte (Spain)
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  • 93 min
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Box Office

Budget $3,200,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $1,740,432

Did You Know?

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Trivia Olivia Hussey, apparently a shy girl on set, almost accidentally cut off Roger Ward's hands in one scene. When the director yelled cut, she took the order the wrong way during the scene and Ward just pulled his hands out of the way in the nick of time. See more »
Goofs When Alph is beating up Dodge, slamming him to the ground, you can clearly see the sides of a foam mat when Dodge hits the floor and bounces up. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Dead End Drive-In (1986). See more »
Quotes Charles Thatcher: One of you has been foolish enough to try to leave us before his re-education was completed. In my view this is treason, and will be treated as such. You will remember our motto: 'Freedom is obedience, obedience is work, work is life'. Well, now understand once and for all that the reverse is also true, 'Disobedience is treason, treason is a crime, crime will be punished!'
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