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Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest (1995) Poster

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Charlize Theron's first movie as an extra.
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James D.R. Hickox hadn't actually watched the first two Children of the Corn films before agreeing to direct this one.
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The film was shot and completed in 1993, but was not actually released until two years later, in 1995.
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Eli's Corn Bible is the hardcover edition of Stephen King's "Night Shift" with an altered cover.
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The 27 September 1993 draft of the screenplay lists Matt Greenberg as a writer. He received no credit for the final film.
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Director James D.R. Hickox was only 26 years old while directing this movie.
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Nicholas Brendon's first movie.
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First onscreen appearance of Ivana Milicevic.
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The first sequel to Children of the Corn (1984) that went straight-to-video. The first two films had a wide theatrical release.
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In a 2016 interview with the Deadline Hollywood News, Stephen King admitted that he "could have done without" all of the "Children of the Corn" sequels.
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It is well known that this film, along with the subsequent sequels, only exist because Dimension Films wanted to hold on to the rights to Stephen King's Children of the Corn. The studio would have to produce a new film every couple of years to keep the rights to a film adaptation of the novel.
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