On his one thousandth birthday, an evil leprechaun selects the descendant of one of his slaves to have as his bride, leaving it up to the girl's boyfriend to save her.

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Rodman Flender

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Mark Jones (based on characters created by), Turi Meyer | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Warwick Davis ... The Leprechaun
Charlie Heath Charlie Heath ... Cody
Shevonne Durkin ... Bridget / William's Daughter
Sandy Baron ... Morty
Adam Biesk Adam Biesk ... Ian
James Lancaster ... William O'Day
Linda Hopkins ... Housewife
Arturo Gil ... Drunk at the Pub
Kimmy Robertson ... Tourist's Girlfriend
Clint Howard ... Tourist
Andrew Craig ... Midwestern Dad
David Powledge David Powledge ... Frank
Billy Beck ... Homeless Man
Al White ... Desk Sergeant
Martha Hackett ... Detective
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Storyline

On his 1000th birthday, a mean Leprechaun gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times, then she's his...only the bride he chooses is the daughter of his slave (who fouls up the wedding) so Leprechaun must wait until his 2000th birthday to claim the woman of his nightmares. The descendant of the woman he wanted to marry already has a boyfriend: a brave young boy named Cody, who lives with his swindler uncle Morty and together they run a tour company called Darkside Tours. Leprechaun soon wakes up, kills a bunch of people and kidnaps his bride to be. It's soon up to Cody to save her, and only wrought iron can destroy a Leprechaun. Morty has an idea, but it soon goes horribly wrong when he gets too greedy. Cody ventures into Leprechaun's home to save Bridget, but little does he know that a leprechaun's home has many surprises. Written by Dylan Self <Robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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This time, luck has nothing to do with it!

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Comedy | Fantasy | Horror

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Rated R for violence, and for nudity | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Has an alternate movie title: "One Wedding and Lots of Funerals". See more »

Goofs

Prop finger when the leprechaun rips it off the guys hand. See more »

Quotes

Morty: Okay so you found a gold coin and it looks like the one in this book. It's probably worth some cash. But this leprechaun stuff...
Cody: Listen, it says "Leprechauns are devious creatures. They live for trickery, even get pleasure out of it".
Morty: Cody, if you were taking some dope you would tell me, right?
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Connections

Referenced in 3rd Rock from the Sun: Y2dicK (1999) See more »

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Forgive and Forget
Written and Performed by Grahame Maclean and Barry Ryder
Published by Sonton/APM (ASCAP)
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"Kiss me, I'm Irish!"
17 March 2014 | by Hey_SwedenSee all my reviews

It's truly amazing how much life that this "Leprechaun" series has had. It's endured for over 20 years; there's even a remake in the works. Then again, I suppose there's something to be said for this kind of dumb fun. And make no mistake, it *is* dumb. But it's also genuinely funny at times, and is not without a clever moment or two. The makers of these movies know that they're not making Shakespeare, and create agreeable horror comedies that may have some viewers groaning, shaking their heads, and struggling to get through them, and others having a fine old time. Making a difference is star Warwick Davis (it is nice to have seen him so gainfully employed), whose enthusiasm is hard to resist. He's obviously enjoying himself.

In his second performance as the gleefully sadistic Leprechaun, he attempts to snag himself a hot young wife. But his slave interferes (the girl that the Leprechaun selects is his daughter), and 1,000 years later the Leprechaun resurfaces to amorously pursue his slaves' descendant, a girl named Bridget (sexy blonde Shevonne Durkin). Naturally, Bridgets' boyfriend Cody (Charlie Heath) isn't going to sit idly by and watch a demented fairy take his lady away. So Cody teams up with his irrepressible drunken uncle Morty (veteran comedian Sandy Baron) to do battle.

Baron is a real scene stealer, and in addition to the attractiveness of co-star Durkin and the performance of Davis, does provide some justification for sitting down to watch this. The movie does get tiresome at times - and, for something running just under 85 minutes, it does drag a little - but it's amusing often enough to make for decent entertainment. At the very least, it does find the time to feature cameo appearances by the legendary Clint Howard and Kimmy Robertson of "The Last American Virgin" and 'Twin Peaks' as a pair of tourists. Also showing up are Al White (one of the jive talking dudes from "Airplane!"), Tony Cox ("Bad Santa"), and Billy Beck ("The Blob" '88). Production design, lighting, and visual effects are good, but there won't be enough gore for some tastes, especially considering the fate of one character. The music by Jonathan Elias is actually damn good.

This is about as enjoyable as any movie titled "Leprechaun 2" could be.

Five out of 10.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Leprechaun II See more »

Filming Locations:

Marina del Rey, California, USA See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$672,775, 10 April 1994

Gross USA:

$2,260,622

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,260,622
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Company Credits

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Planet Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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