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StageFright ()

Deliria (original title)
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A group of stage actors lock themselves in the theater for a rehearsal of their upcoming musical production, unaware that an escaped psychopath has sneaked into the theater with them.

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Peter
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Alicia
Domenico Fiore ...
Police Chief (as Don Fiore)
Robert Gligorov ...
Danny
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Old Cop
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Brett (as John Morghen)
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Irving Wallace
Loredana Parrella ...
Corinne (as Lori Parrel)
Martin Philips ...
Mark
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Willy (as James E.R. Sampson)
Ulrike Schwerk ...
Betty
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Laurel
Jo Ann Smith ...
Sybil (as Jo Anne Smith)
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Ferrari
Richard Barkeley ...
Dr. Porter
Sheila Goldberg ...
Nurse
Danny Gordon ...
Dancer (as Dany Gordon)
Claude Jurman ...
Dancer
Mark Parkinson ...
Dancer
Helen Porter ...
Dancer
Dominique Portier ...
Dancer
Rackel Roskoff ...
Dancer
Frank Senica ...
Dancer
Simone Sadon ...
Dancer (as Simone Sardon)
Albert Schultz ...
Dancer
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Dancer (as Sandy Schultz)
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Irving Wallace (mask scenes only) (uncredited)
Alfonso Giganti ...
Journalist (uncredited)
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Young Cop (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michele Soavi ... (as Michael Soavi)

Written by

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George Eastman ... () (as Lew Cooper)
 
Sheila Goldberg ... (dialogue)

Produced by

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Joe D'Amato ... producer (as Aristide Massaccesi)
Donatella Donati ... producer

Music by

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Guido Anelli
Simon Boswell
Stefano Mainetti
Luigi Piergiovanni

Cinematography by

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Renato Tafuri

Film Editing by

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Kathleen Stratton

Editorial Department

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Giuliana D'Angeli ... assistant editor (as July D'Angelo)
Enrico Grassi ... assistant editor (as Henry Robinson)

Costume Design by

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Valentina Di Palma

Makeup Department

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Paola Bianchini ... hair stylist (as Paula White)
Maria Grazia Mazzolini ... makeup artist (as Grace Ginsburg)
Adriana Sforza ... hair stylist (as Sidney Le Roy)
Pietro Tenoglio ... makeup artist (as Peter Moore)

Production Management

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Antonio Tacchia ... production manager (as Tony Hood)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Claudio Lattanzi ... assistant director (as Clay Millicamp)

Art Department

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Rubina Michettoni ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Massimo Anzellotti ... foley artist
Davide Castrati ... sound recordist (as David Lee)
John Gayford ... post synch director
Hubrecht Nijhuis ... sound engineer

Special Effects by

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Robert Gold ... special effects (as Robert Gould)
Dan Maklansky ... special effects
Roland Park ... special effects
Alan Sloane ... special effects

Stunts

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Steve Lucescu ... stunt double
Sergio Ukmar ... stunts (as John Ukmar)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Saul Barry ... electrician
Patrizio Basili ... grip (as Peter Brockman)
Mark Caruso ... grip
Carlo Alberto Cocchi ... still photographer (as Jeff Hest)
Frank Cusimano ... grip
Renato Doria ... camera operator (as Jimmy Cohn)
Albert Ellis ... grip
Jeff Herbert ... electrician
Enrico Maggi ... camera operator (as Hanry May)
Arthur Malone ... electrician
Daniele Massaccesi ... assistant camera (as Daniel Kalehoff)
Silver Murray ... lighting technician
Salvatore Napoletano ... grip (as Jerry White)
Roberto Nicosia ... still photographer (as Robert Vinci)
Alfred Reed ... lighting technician
Lawrence Ross ... electrician
Peter Schrag ... electrician
Bob Siegel ... electrician
Paul Siegel ... electrician
Elio Terribili ... grip (as Brian Taitt)
Ugo Tucci ... grip (as John Dunn)
Sam Winston ... grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kuo Ami ... wardrobe
Mirella Pedetti ... seamstress

Script and Continuity Department

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Vivi Levitt ... continuity (as Vivy Levitt)

Other crew

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Carlo Caputo ... production accountant
Mary Noolite ... production assistant
John Therrien ... production assistant
Charles Wallach ... paymaster

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Plot Summary

While rehearsing a musical play in a theater, the dancer Alicia twists her ankle and the costume designer Betty drives her to a nearby hospital. However, the place is a mental institution but a doctor treats Alicia's ankle. They return to the theater but the dangerous psychopath Irving Wallace escapes hidden in Betty's car. He kills Betty outside the theater and Alicia finds her body. They summon the police and the director Peter decides to promote the play using the press and supported by the producer Ferrari. He rewrites the screenplay and casts six actors and actresses to immediately rehearse to the opening night, promising additional payment. He asks the actress Corinne to lock the theater and hide the keys. But Irving Wallace has sneaked in the theater and starts a crime spree. Will anyone survive the serial-killer? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Taglines The theatre of death See more »
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Also Known As
  • StageFright (United States)
  • StageFright: Aquarius (World-wide, English title)
  • Stagefright (United Kingdom)
  • Bloody Bird (France)
  • Aquarius: Aullidos de pánico (Spain)
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  • 90 min
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Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Director Michele Soavi cameos as the young cop staked out in the patrol car outside the theater. See more »
Goofs It's obviously a dummy when the girl get torn in two pieces in the attic. When her torso lies on the floor and the guy next to her stands up, he kicks it by mistake. It then moves very easy and doesn't seem to be heavy as a human body (or half a human body). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Eleven Days, Eleven Nights (1987). See more »
Soundtracks Mystery Rouge See more »
Quotes Peter: [thinking Wallace is Brett] Don't just stand there. Kill her!
[Wallace retrieves a knife from his waist]
Peter: What's the knife got to do with anything?
[Wallace starts stabbing Corinne]
Peter: Yeah, that's it.
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