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Waxwork II: Lost in Time ()


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In this sequel, a couple must use a portal through time to defeat evil.

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Mark Loftmore
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Sarah Brightman
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Baron Von Frankenstein
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John Loftmore
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George
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Roger
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Elenore
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Gloria
Billy Kane ...
Nigel
Joe Baker ...
The Peasant
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The Defense Lawyer
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King Arthur
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Sir Wilfred
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The Beggar
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Scarabis
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Sarah's Stepfather
Jack Eiseman ...
Cabbie
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Judge
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Prosecution
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Speaker for Jury
John O'Leary ...
Herr Vogel
Elisha Shapiro ...
Felix
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Frankenstein's Monster
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Mickey
Erin Gourlay ...
Ghost Girl
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Peasant Boy (as Bryan 'Travis' Smith)
Steve Matteucci ...
Master's Guard
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Master's Officer (as Guy Luthan)
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The Matron
Eyal Rimmon ...
Chief Worshipper
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Panther Girl (as Shanna L. Teare)
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King's Officer
Piers Plowden ...
King's Guard (as Piers R.C. Plowden)
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James Westbourne
Ivan Markota ...
Press Man (as Ivan S. Markota)
Marie Foti ...
Press Woman
Frank Zagarino ...
Zombie Killer #1 (as Frank Anthony Zagarino)
Martin C. Jones ...
Zombie Killer #2
Darryl Pierce ...
Zombie Killer #3
John Breznikar ...
Mark's Father
Lisa Oestreich ...
Mark's Mother
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Cabbie #2
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The Master's Girl (as Caron K. Berstein)
Gerry Lively ...
Lead Prisoner
Yanko Damboulev ...
Lead Prisoner
Jim Silverman ...
Lead Prisoner
Paul Madigan ...
Lead Prisoner
Kim Henderson ...
Party Babe
Treasure Little ...
Party Babe
Lisa Jay ...
Party Babe
Elizabeth Nottoli ...
Party Babe (as Elizabeth Notteli)
Achena Massey ...
Party Babe
Márcia Santos Rocha ...
Party Babe (as Marcia Santos)
Crystal Calderoni ...
Party Babe
Felicia Hernández ...
Party Babe (as Felicia Hernandez)
Bob Keen ...
Mad Monk
Chris Breed ...
King's Announcer
Emile Gladstone ...
The Jester
Michael Viela ...
Dr. Jekyll
Gregory G. Woertz ...
Zombie Killer (as Greg Woertz)
Ilona Margolis ...
Zombie Killer
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Lead Zombie (as Martin Mercer)
Dorian Langdon ...
Romero
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Argento (as John Mushroom Mappin)
James D.R. Hickox ...
Polanky (as James Hickox)
Erin Breznikar ...
Wise
Jonathan Breznikar ...
Shelly (as Jonathan Breznihar)
Mark Courier ...
Scott
Robert Kass ...
Hitchcock
Steven Painter ...
Nosferatu (as Steve Painter)
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Vampire Victim
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Vampire Victim
Paul Jones ...
The Hand
Alex Butler ...
Jack the Ripper
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Lady of the Night
Godzilla ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rick Kleber ...
Torturer / Dungeon Master (uncredited)
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Belly Dancer (uncredited)
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Waxwork Man (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Anthony Hickox

Written by

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Anthony Hickox ... (written by)

Produced by

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Nancy Paloian ... producer
Mario Sotela ... executive producer

Music by

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Steve Schiff

Cinematography by

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Gerry Lively ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Christopher Cibelli

Editorial Department

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Syd Cole ... negative cutter
Marie Hélène Desbiens ... negative cutter (as Marie-Helene Desbiens)
Arleen Goldenberg ... negative cutter
James D.R. Hickox ... associate editor (as James Hickox)
John Mappin ... apprentice editor (as Mushroom Mappin)
Robb Sullivan ... first assistant editor
Trudy Yee ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Caro Jones
Jack Jones

Production Design by

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Steve Hardie

Art Direction by

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John Chichester

Set Decoration by

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David A. Koneff ... (as David Allen Koneff)

Costume Design by

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Mark Bridges

Makeup Department

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Dave Chagouri ... special makeup effects technician
Mark Coulier ... special makeup effects assistant
Richard Darwin ... special makeup effects technician
Paul Jones ... special makeup effects designer
Bob Keen ... special makeup effects creator
Fiona Leech ... special makeup effects technician
Beatrice Marot ... makeup artist
Martin L. Mercer ... special makeup effects designer (as Martin Mercer)
Ian Morse ... special makeup effects technician
Stephen Norrington ... special makeup effects technician (as Steve Norrington)
Steven Painter ... special makeup effects designer (as Steve Painter)
Martin Parual ... special makeup effects technician (as Martin Parnal)
Lisa Marie Rosenberg ... assistant hair stylist (as Lisa Rosenberg) / assistant makeup artist (as Lisa Rosenberg)
Rudy Sotomayor ... supervising hair stylist / supervising makeup artist
Paul Spateri ... special makeup effects designer
Gary J. Tunnicliffe ... special makeup effects technician (as Gary Tunnicliffe)
Bernard H. Wood ... special makeup effects technician
Shaune Harrison ... special makeup effects technician (uncredited)
Bob Keen ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Paul Spateri ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Michelle R. Erby ... production manager: second unit
Elaine Fiona Ferguson ... production manager
Gregory G. Woertz ... executive in charge of production (as Gregory Woertz)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bob Keen ... second unit director
Paul Martin ... first assistant director
Phil Robinson ... second assistant director
Joseph Schultz ... first assistant director: second unit (as Joseph John Schultz) / second second assistant director (as Joseph John Schultz)

Art Department

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Travis Bell ... swing
Stephen R. Blandino ... set dresser
Ruben De Paoli ... swing (as Ruben Depaoli)
Kagan Erturan ... swing
Peter Mark ... property master
Des Martin ... scenic painter (as Des Martini)
Lisa Ozanne ... lead person (as Liza Marie Ozanne)
Benedict L. Paglia ... construction coordinator
Carla Pagliaro ... scenic designer (as Carla A. Pagliaro)
Roy R. Sifuentes ... property assistant
Frank Taylor ... construction coordinator
Patrick K. Coppinger ... painter (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Elisha Birnbaum ... foley walker
Kelly Cabral ... adr mixer
Peter S. Carlstedt ... sound effects editor (as Peter Carlstedt)
Steve Christopher ... assistant sound effects editor
Larayne Decoeur ... assistant sound designer
Alan Holly ... adr mixer
Stephen A. Isaacs ... adr editor (as Stephen Isaacs)
David Lester ... boom operator
Zac Lovas ... assistant adr editor
Don MacDougall ... walla mixer
Leonard Marcel ... sound designer
Randy Smith ... walla recordist (as Randall Smith)
Dominick Tavella ... sound re-recordist
Brian Vancho ... foley walker
Rick Waddell ... sound mixer (as Rick Wadell)
Scott Weber ... sound effects editor
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein ... replacement mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Bob Keen ... special makeup and effects
Kevin McCarthy ... special effects coordinator
Casey Quinn ... special effects assistant
G. Bruno Stempel ... special effects foreman

Visual Effects by

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Robert D. Bailey ... special optical effects
Philip Barberio ... optical line-up (as Phil Barberio)
Glenn Campbell ... additional animation
Lynda Weinman ... special animated effects
Rob Maine ... animation effects camera (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bob Bragg ... stunt coordinator (as Bobby Bragg)
Kane Hodder ... stunt player (as Kane W. Hodder)
Shanna Lynn ... stunt player (as Shanna Teare)
Solly Marx ... stunt player
William Oliver ... stunt player
Spiro Razatos ... stunt player

Camera and Electrical Department

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Russ Brandt ... director of photography: second unit / gaffer
Richard Clabaugh ... camera operator
Erin-Bruce Cook ... second assistant camera (as Erin-Bruce T. Cook)
Troy Cook ... first assistant camera
Tim Day ... electrician
Warren Eig ... electrician
Tom Fraser ... camera operator: second unit
Brian Garbellini ... second assistant camera: second unit
Chris Godfrey ... grip
Peter Jensen ... Steadicam operator (as Peter C. Jenson)
Lisa Michele Jones ... apprentice assistant camera (as Lisa M. Jones)
Duane Journey ... key grip
Jeff Journey ... grip
Mark Marcum ... video playback (as Marc Marcum)
Eric Mayer ... grip
Roger Meilink ... electrician
Linda Morgenstern ... first assistant camera: second unit
James Morton ... grip
John Nuler ... Steadicam operator
Carlo Papica ... electrician (as Carlo J. Papica)
Abram Perlstein ... still photographer
Linda Perry ... electrician
Anthony Roush ... grip
Adam Santelli ... best boy electrician
Basil Schmidt ... best boy grip
M. Phil Shearer ... best boy electrician
Bill Tunnicliffe ... electrician
James D. Wickman ... grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eden Clark Coblenz ... costumer (as Eden E. Clark)
Sigrid Insull ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Tom Ingersoll ... location manager

Music Department

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Arthur Barrow ... composer: additional music / orchestrator
Scott Gordon ... score engineer
Anthony Hickox ... music video director
Robert Irving ... composer: additional music / orchestrator
Martin C. Jones ... producer: music video
Judy McCreary ... producer: music video
Darryl Pierce ... composer: title song "Lost in Time" (as Darryl 'Big Dad' Pierce)
Dwayne 'Muffla' Simon ... composer: title song "Lost in Time"

Transportation Department

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John W. Barbee ... transportation coordinator
Héctor G. Gallardo ... driver: Keylite PSI (as Hector G. Gallardo)
Robert Giasson ... driver: honeywagon
Bill Isaacson ... shotmaker driver (as Bill Issacson)
Mike Painter ... driver
Todd Painter ... driver

Other crew

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David Allen ... stage maintenance
Steve Alwood ... production assistant
Wayne Anderson ... voice: "The Hand"
Craig Angell ... production assistant (as Craig K. Angell)
Paul Bowers ... script supervisor (as Paul F. Bowers)
David Brownstein ... executive: Electric Pictures (as David K. Brownstein)
Laurence Cohen ... associate publicist
Kristin Cotner ... horse wrangler
Yanko Damboulev ... office production assistant
Frank Di Sesso ... animal wrangler: raven/red tail hawk
Glenn DiSesso ... animal wrangler: raven/red tail hawk
Currie Dobson ... chef
Scott Edel ... executive: Electric Pictures
Michelle R. Erby ... production coordinator
Dennis Flowers ... horse wrangler
Cari Frankson ... production assistant
Emile Gladstone ... assistant to director
Rick Glassey ... panther wrangler
Ernesto Hernández ... assistant chef (as Ernesto Hernandez)
Marilyn Heston ... publicist (as Marilynn Heston)
Stephen A. Isaacs ... post-production delivery coordinator
Shanna Jacobs ... animal coordinator
Jill Kummer ... craft service
Michael Lacoe ... titles and opticals producer
Jason Lovas ... associate post-production delivery coordinator
Bob May ... supplier: contact lenses and special makeup effects materials
Phil McIntyre ... production assistant
Chris Milani ... production assistant
Pamela J. Paloian ... assistant to producer (as Pamela J. Pulvian)
Scott Parent ... production assistant
Terri Pencek ... horse wrangler
Eyal Rimmon ... executive: Electric Pictures
Stephanie Rose ... production accountant
Stacy Soules ... horse wrangler
Darlene Terry ... horse wrangler
Paul Van Niekerk ... production assistant
Russ Isles ... assistant: David Carradine (uncredited)
Robert Scott Moss ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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John Breznikar ... special thanks
Guy Collins ... special thanks
Steve Dagger ... special thanks
Dan Donavan ... special thanks
Paul Fisher ... special thanks: It Models
Laureen Foti ... special thanks
Catherine Hasler ... special thanks
Bruno Hoefler ... special thanks
Rick Johnson ... special thanks
Hannah Leader ... special thanks
Ken Manson Jr. ... special thanks: Coca-Cola USA
Diane Marcoff ... special thanks
Michael Mendelsohn ... special thanks
Larry Michalski ... special thanks
Bill Nisselson ... special thanks
Benedict L. Paglia ... special thanks
Steve Ransohoff ... special thanks
Stanley Sheff ... special thanks
Dennis Spiegelman ... special thanks
Stewart Thorndike ... special thanks
Teresa Wells ... special thanks
Mohammed Yusef ... special thanks
Daniel Zbojniewicz ... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Mark and Sarah survive to the fire in the wax museum, but Sarah is followed by a severed hand that kills her father. Sarah becomes the prime suspect and goes to trial. Mark and Sarah search evidence to prove her innocence and they go to Sir Wilfred's house. They find a footage prepared by Sir Wilfred with a puzzle based of the Alice and the Looking Glass. They solve the puzzle and find a compass that opens portals through time. They travel to the most different places in time seeking something to help Sarah in her trial in a dangerous journey. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Plot Keywords
Taglines A killer is waiting... In the past, present and future. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Lost in Time (United States)
  • Space Shift: Waxwork II (United States)
  • Waxwork 2: Perdus dans le temps (France)
  • Spaceshift (Germany)
  • Waxwork: El misterio de los agujeros negros (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Box Office

Budget $3,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Writer and Director Anthony Hickox offered Dolph Lundgren the part of Frankenstein's monster, but Lundgren turned it down. See more »
Goofs At the end of Waxwork (1988), Sarah leaves the burning building in a flowery dress. In this film she is shown leaving in a polka dot dress. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992). See more »
Soundtracks Also Sprach Zarathustra See more »
Crazy Credits Godzilla AS HIMSELF Filmed Entirely in THE 4TH DIMENSION See more »
Quotes Sir Wilfred: [in the form of a raven] When you first used Solomon's locket, you opened a doorway to another universe... Cartagra...
Mark Loftmore: Cartagra?
Sir Wilfred: ...the place where the true battle between good and evil is played out for eternity.
Mark Loftmore: I still don't...
Sir Wilfred: Let me try putting this in a more earthly way: Sarah and you have actually stumbled into God's Nintendo game, where He and the devil fight it out, using their various Time Warriors as different characters... forever trying to tip that delicate balance one way or another.
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