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Happy Birthday to Me ()


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At the snobby Crawford Academy, Virginia's group of friends start to go missing years after horrible events that happened to her as a child around her birthday.

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Virginia Wainwright
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Dr. David Faraday
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Hal Wainwright
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Estelle Wainwright
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Mrs. Patterson
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Ann Thomerson (as Tracey Bregman)
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Alfred Morris
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Steve Maxwell
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Maggie
David Eisner ...
Rudi
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Amelia
Michel-René Labelle ...
Etienne Vercures (as Michel Rene Labelle)
Richard Rebiere ...
Greg Hellman
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Bernadette O'Hara
Earl Pennington ...
Lieutenant Tracy
Murray Westgate ...
Gatekeeper
Jérôme Tiberghien ...
Prof. Heregard (as Jerome Tiberghien)
Maurice Podbrey ...
Dr. Feinblum
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Bartender
Walter Massey ...
Conventioneer Leader
Griffith Brewer ...
Verger
Allan Katz ...
Ann's Date (as Alan Katz)
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Amelia's Date
Terry Haig ...
Feinblum's Assistant
Karen Stephen ...
Ms. Calhoun
Louis Del Grande ...
Surgeon
Nicholas Kilbertus ...
Anesthetist (as Nick Kilbertus)
Damir Andrei ...
Junior Surgeon
Gina Dick ...
Waitress Ingrid
Stephanie Miller ...
Hospital Nurse
Stephen Mayoff ...
Police Officer (as Steven Mayoff)
Aram Barkev ...
Conventioneer
Alan Barnett ...
Conventioneer
Paul Board ...
Conventioneer
Marc DeGagne ...
Conventioneer
Bruce Gooding ...
Conventioneer
Victor Knight ...
Conventioneer
Rollie Nincheri ...
Conventioneer
Keith Sutherland ...
Conventioneer
Herbert Vool ...
Conventioneer
Len Watt ...
Conventioneer
Joe Wertheimer ...
Conventioneer
Nancy Allan ...
Cheerleader
Karen Hynes ...
Cheerleader
Tracy-Marie Langdon ...
Cheerleader
Debbie McGellin ...
Cheerleader
Kathy Reid ...
Cheerleader
Lori Timmons ...
Cheerleader
Debbie Tull ...
Cheerleader
Lynn Wilson ...
Cheerleader
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Mofford ...
Spectator (uncredited)
Michael Santiago ...
Voice (uncredited)
Mark Zilbert ...
Crawford Student (uncredited)

Directed by

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J. Lee Thompson

Written by

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John C.W. Saxton ... (screenplay) (as John Saxton) &
Peter Jobin ... (screenplay) &
Timothy Bond ... (screenplay)
 
John C.W. Saxton ... (story) (as John Saxton)
 
John Beaird ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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John Dunning ... producer
Stewart Harding ... line producer
André Link ... producer (as Andre Link)
Larry Nesis ... associate producer (as Lawrence Nesis)

Music by

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Bo Harwood
Lance Rubin

Cinematography by

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Miklós Lente ... director of photography (as Miklos Lente)

Film Editing by

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Debra Karen

Editorial Department

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Jacqueline Carmody ... assistant editor (as Jaki Carmody)
Michaël Karen ... assistant editor (as Michael Karen)

Production Design by

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Earl G. Preston ... (as Earl Preston)

Costume Design by

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Huguette Gagné ... (as Hugette Gagne)

Makeup Department

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Jocelyne Bellemare ... makeup artist
Thomas R. Burman ... special makeup effects artist
Normande Campeau ... assistant makeup artist
Monique Cogez ... assistant makeup artist
Bob Pritchett ... hairdresser
Benjamin Robin ... assistant hairdresser

Production Management

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Ginette Hardy ... production manager
Estelle Lemieux ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Charles Braive ... assistant director / second unit director
Robert Ditchburn ... third assistant director
François Ouimet ... second assistant director (as Francois Ouimet)

Art Department

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Claude Benoît ... second assistant art director (as Claude Benoit)
Charles Bernier ... set props
Andre Brochu ... construction manager (as André Brochu)
Brian Campbell ... art department assistant
Ryal Cosgrove ... assistant set props
Michel Dernuet ... assistant art director
Jim Hodgson ... art department assistant
Mark Montebello ... art department assistant
Réal Paré ... art department assistant (as Real Paré)
David Phillips ... property-vehicle coordinator
Armand Thomas ... assistant set dresser
Katherine Wadas ... set buyer

Sound Department

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Jeff Bushelman ... sound effects
Robert Fernandez ... re-recording mixer
Les Fresholtz ... re-recording mixer (as Les Fresholz)
Peter Lee-Thompson ... sound supervisor (as Peter Thompson)
Richard Lightstone ... production sound mixer
Jean-Claude Matte ... boom operator (as Jean Claude Matte)
Stanley H. Polinsky ... re-recording mixer (as Stan Polinsky)
Susan Schneir ... sound: second unit
Pat Somerset ... sound effects
Jim Thompson ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Gilles Aird ... special effects technician
France Belisle ... special effects technician
Louis Craig ... special effects technician
Bill Doane ... special effects coordinator
Jacques Godbout ... special effects technician
King Hernandez ... special effects coordinator
Warren Keillor ... special effects coordinator
Ron Ottesen ... special effects coordinator (as Ron Otteson)

Stunts

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Brad Bovee ... stunt performer
Susan Charest ... stunt performer
Bennie E. Dobbins ... stunt performer (as Bennie Dobbins)
Lyne Fournier ... stunt performer
Tony Jefferson ... stunt performer
Max Kleven ... stunt coordinator
Jean Lysight ... stunt performer
Dwayne McLean ... stunt performer
Karen Pike ... stunt performer
Eve Robin ... stunt performer
Ben Scott ... stunt performer
John-Clay Scott ... stunt performer (as John Clay Scott)
Jérôme Tiberghien ... stunt performer (as Jerome Tiberghien)
Tim Rabbitt ... stunt location manager (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Francois Aubry ... lighting technician
Michel Bernier ... second assistant camera
Don Burgess ... camera operator: second unit
Pierre Charpentier ... grip
Jean-Louis Daoust ... key grip
David Douglas ... camera operator
Mathieu Décary ... focus puller (as Mathieu Decary)
Claude Gingras ... grip
Charles Hughes ... best boy
Michael A. Jones ... camera operator: second unit (as Michael Jones)
Jacques LeFlaguais ... grip
Emmanuel Lepine ... grip
Moshe Levin ... camera operator: second unit (as Mosh Levine)
John Lewin ... electrician
Ernst Michel ... camera operator: second unit
Piroska Mihalka ... still photographer
Walter Nichols ... electric: second unit
Jacques Paquet ... electrician
Gérald Proulx ... electrician (as Gerald Proulx)
Guy Rémillard ... generator operator (as Guy Remillard)
Don Saari ... gaffer (as Donald Saari)
Eddy Trempe ... generator operator

Casting Department

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Francine Brasseur ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marie-Hélène Gascon ... wardrobe mistress (as Marie Helene Gascon)
Élisabeth Lamy ... wardrobe assistant (as Elizabeth Lamy)
Denys Proulx ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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David Bailey ... assistant location manager
Cary Ross ... location manager

Music Department

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Dan Wallin ... music scoring mixer
Shinichi Yamazaki ... music editor

Transportation Department

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Neil Bibby ... transportation captain
Michael Borlace ... driver
Michel Cote ... driver
Jim Disensi ... driver
John Ellis ... driver
Victoria Frodsham ... driver
Christopher Gilmore ... driver
Sidney Goldberg ... driver
Marc Hébert ... driver
Edward Sanden ... driver

Other crew

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Giselle Bolduc ... craft service (as Gisele Bolduc)
Linda Browne ... script supervisor
Monique Champagne ... continuity
Alain Desrosiers ... production assistant
Lucie Drolet ... production accountant
Gregory Dunning ... production assistant
Kathy Flynn ... secretary to the director
Leo Gregory ... production controller
Michael Klingbell ... animal trainer: Winston and George (as Mike Klingbell)
Carole LaFlamme ... production secretary
Beverly Lev ... production assistant
Trudi Link ... production accountant
Irene Litinsky ... executive assistant to producer
Marilyn Majerczyk ... assistant to line producer
Elizabeth Morris ... unit publicist
Danae Vilandre ... production typist
Kathy Wolf ... production typist
Stuart Woolley ... production assistant
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Virginia Wainwright is a spirited young woman who has returned to a private school having survived a deadly accident and regenerative brain surgery. She is proud that she belongs to the Top Ten - the school's inner circle with the best students - and attempts to resume a normal life. But her friends are falling prey to a grueling series of murders, and soon there will be no one left to attend her 18th birthday party. Could it be her? Striving to rekindle the memory of her nightmarish accident, Virginia suffers from memory loss and traumatic blackouts. We soon learn the horrible truth behind her accident and what is going on before her birthday party... Written by Joseph Henson

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Taglines It'll be a killer party! [DVD] See more »
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Also Known As
  • Happy birthday, souhaitez ne jamais être invité (France)
  • Cumpleaños mortal (Spain)
  • Feliz Aniversário Para Mim (Brazil)
  • Upiorne urodziny (Poland)
  • Ta genethlia tou tromou (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 111 min
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Budget CAD3,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Most ads and posters for the film carried a photo of a young man about to be orally impaled with a skewer of meat and vegetables, with the slogan "John will never eat shish kebab again". However, there is no character in the movie with this name. See more »
Goofs Virginia remembers a car hitting the water upside down. We are shown this memory several times in quick succession, but in the final shot of that succession, the car is right side up. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in This Is Elvis, Bustin' Loose, Atlantic City, The Four Seasons (1981). See more »
Soundtracks Happy Birthday to Me See more »
Quotes Virginia Wainwright: God, you've got a lot of nerve.
Etienne Vercures: That's not all I've got. Want to see?
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