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Leprechaun 3 ()


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An evil leprechaun finds himself in Las Vegas, where he proceeds to cause mischief by killing people, granting twisted wishes, and infecting a young man with his green blood.

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Cast

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Leprechaun
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Scott McCoy
Lee Armstrong ...
Tammy Larsen
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Fazio
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Mitch
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Loretta
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Gupta
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Art
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Waitress
Richard Reicheg ...
Lucky
Linda Shayne ...
Nurse
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Doctor
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Tony
Terry Lee Crisp ...
Elvis
Jennifer Stein ...
High Roller
Susan Skinner ...
Girl Tourist
Tre Temperilli ...
Gambler (as P. 'Trash' Temperill)
Heidi Staley ...
Fantasy Girl
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Gambler (as Steven Michael Swadling)
Giovanni Jackson ...
Performer (uncredited)
Merle Kennedy ...
Melissa (uncredited)
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Father Bob (uncredited)
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Paparazzi (uncredited)
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Shirley (uncredited)
Henry Young ...
Man in Casino (uncredited)

Directed by

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Brian Trenchard-Smith ... (directed by)

Written by

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David DuBos ... (written by)
 
Mark Jones ... (based upon characters created by)

Produced by

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Mark Amin ... executive producer
Bill Berry ... line producer
Jeff Geoffray ... producer (produced by)
Walter Josten ... producer (produced by)
Henry Seggerman ... producer (produced by)

Music by

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Dennis Michael Tenney ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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David Lewis ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Daniel Duncan ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Saul Escobedo ... color timer
Peter McNulty ... first assistant editor
Anthony Santiago ... avid assistant
Andi Kasen Bergman ... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Audrey Chang ... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Tom Finan ... associate editor (uncredited)
Patrick Gregston ... first assistant editor (uncredited)
Colleen Halsey ... additional editor (uncredited)
Robert W. Hedland ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Angela Jackson ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Harry Keramidas ... additional editor (uncredited)
Craig Kitson ... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Christopher Kroll ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Joan C. Morisaki ... first assistant editor (uncredited)
Margaret Sixel ... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Scott K. Wallace ... additional editor (uncredited)
Gina Zappala ... apprentice editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Tedra Gabriel ... (casting)
Erik DeSando ... (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Ken Aichele

Art Direction by

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Candi Guterres

Set Decoration by

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Daniel J. Vivanco

Costume Design by

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Dorothy Amos ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Gabriel Bartalos ... special makeup effects designer: Atlantic West Effects (as Gabe Bartalos)
Cindy Bone ... special makeup effects fabricator: Atlantic West Effects
Christina Criswell ... key makeup artist (as Cristina Criswell)
David Fields ... key hair stylist
Clayton Martinez ... makeup effects set artist: Atlantic West Effects
Mike McCarty ... makeup effects set artist: Atlantic West Effects
Patricia Murray ... special makeup effects fabricator: Atlantic West Effects
Cindy Nakadaira ... assistant makeup artist
Suzy Sherman ... shop coordinator: Atlantic West Effects
Marlene Stoller ... makeup effects hair: Atlantic West Effects (as Marlene Stroller)
Stephanie Wise ... makeup effects mold maker: Atlantic West Effects

Production Management

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Richard Jordon ... post-production supervisor
E. Casey Stangel ... post-production manager: Foto-Kem (as E. Casey Stengel)
David Tripet ... executive in charge of production (as Dave Tripet)
Cami Winikoff ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Carla Bowen ... additional second assistant director
Todd Buhmiller ... second second assistant director: second unit
Lynn K. D'Angona ... first assistant director (as Lynn D'Angona)
Stephen Harrison ... first assistant director: second unit
Robin Jorden ... second second assistant director
Carla Rose Ponzio ... second assistant director
John Stewart ... second unit director

Art Department

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Matt Alexander ... carpenter (as Matthew Alexander)
Karin Bagan ... set dresser: second unit
Chris Barber ... carpenter
Sanin Caceres ... carpenter
Peter S. Combs ... construction coordinator (as Peter Combs)
Lance Dodson ... property master
Andrew Gersh ... set dresser
J.D. Harris ... leadman
Gabriel Higgins ... assistant property master
Dennis Knobla ... carpenter
Larry Knobla ... carpenter
Jeret H. Ochi ... production illustrator (as Jeret Ochi)
Victor Ortado ... assistant art director
Mailei Richardson ... swing
Jeremy Tibbs ... swing
Robbie Whitelaw ... carpenter

Sound Department

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Mary Jo Devenney ... production sound mixer
Kevin Hamilton ... adr recordist / dialogue editor
Bess Hopper ... foley artist
Scott C. Kolden ... foley recordist / re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
Paul Vik Marshall ... boom operator: second unit (as Paul Marshall)
Srdjan Popovic ... boom operator
David 'Sharkey' Pruger ... boom operator: second unit (as David Pruger)
Aletha Rodgers ... sound mixer: second unit
Joel E. Smith ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor / supervising sound editor
Dennis Michael Tenney ... sound effects editor (as Dennis Tenney)
Donavan Dear ... sound mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Mark R. Byers ... special effects assistant (as Mark Byers)
Frank Ceglia ... special effects coordinator
Sam De La Torre ... animatronics: Atlantic West Effects
Paul Haines ... special effects assistant
Patricia Villalobos ... special effects makeup (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Kim Bailey ... special visual effects
Mason Core ... computer graphics
Sharon Smith Holley ... visual effects editor (uncredited)

Stunts

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John Ashker ... stunt player (as John Ashkar)
Ray Bickel ... stunt player
Joey Box ... stunt player
Frank Ceglia ... stunt player
Ed Gale ... stunt player
Arturo Gil ... stunt double: Leprechaun
Trisha Lane ... stunt player
Gary Littlejohn ... stunt player
Salomon I. Marx ... stunt player (as Salomon L. Marx)
Joy Alexandra Miller ... stunt player
John Stewart ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Eric Anderson ... director of photography: second unit
Brent Blom ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Sean Cohen ... gaffer
Vidal Cohen ... dolly grip
Brian Dapp ... electrician
Ian Dodd ... camera operator: "b" camera
Clayton Fowler ... grip
Ed Giovanni ... first assistant camera
Daniel H. Goldstein ... electrician (as Daniel Goldstein)
Barry Gross ... electrician: second unit
Owen Hablutzel ... grip
Rick Hopper ... gaffer: second unit
Steve Hunt ... grip (as Steven Hunt)
Tony Jones ... additional first assistant camera: second unit
Duane Journey ... key grip
Raymond Klein ... best boy grip
Rick Kramer ... electrician
Darren Lucey ... electrician (as Darrin Lucey)
Keith A. Markham ... key grip (as Keith Markham)
Julius Metoyer ... gaffer
Darren Michaels ... still photographer
Richard Oliver ... electrician: second unit
Eric 'Jetson' Pfoutz ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Joseph Prado ... grip: second unit (as Joe Prado)
Steve Price ... electrician
Pedro Sandoval ... second assistant camera (as Pedro A. Sandoval)
Joel Schwartz ... film loader
Brad Siskind ... grip
John Smalley ... grip
Pat Swovelin ... first assistant camera: second unit
Rick Weis ... best boy electric
Paul Wilkowsky ... dolly grip (as Paul Wolkowsky)
Christopher A. Zwirner ... grip: second unit (as Chris Zwirner)
Robert W. Morgenroth ... video supervisor (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Steven Potts ... casting assistant (as Stephen Potts)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sheila Streicek ... costume supervisor
Trish Summerville ... costumer
Claudia Wick ... costumer

Music Department

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Jeff Robert ... music supervisor: CSG Music

Transportation Department

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Michael Locke ... transportation coordinator
Rick Locke ... driver
Jay Norof ... transportation captain
Benjamin Rivera ... driver

Other crew

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Peter A. Block ... legal affairs: Trimark Pictures
Lisa Collins ... script supervisor
Bruce David Eisen ... legal affairs: Trimark Pictures
Kiley Fascia ... post-production accountant
Kirstie Fields ... office production assistant
Cara Howe ... key set production assistant
Nick James ... set production assistant
Duncan Ki-Aries ... extras coordinator
Leilani McCullough ... production coordinator
Phillip McGulley ... office production assistant
Stephanie McRiley ... craft service
Paul Menosky ... client services
Carole J. Meyer ... production controller
Heidi S. Pavey ... assistant production coordinator
Susan Skinner ... production secretary
Jennifer Stein ... set production assistant
Michelle Stewart ... script supervisor: second unit
Nick Termini ... office production assistant
Nadine Tondreault ... assistant production accountant
Desiree Varni ... production accountant (as Desiree Killian)
Art Vasenius ... first aid
Lee Wind ... assistant: Warwick Davis
Stephen Zeller ... unit publicist

Thanks

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Dennis A. Pratt ... extra special thanks (as Dennis Pratt)

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

It was a normal night in Las Vegas, Nevada, all the lights were flashing brightly, until a man with one hand, one eye, and one leg walks into a pawn shop with a statue of a hideous looking Leprechaun. The owner claims it's a good luck charm. The statue also wore a medallion around it's neck. The careless pawn shop owner took off the medallion setting the Leprechaun free, along with his pot of gold that everyone wants and like before, he'll kill anyone who goes near it. Driving into town that night was a young man named Scott who was off to L.A. to go to school. Along the way he meets a sarcastic, but friendly, girl named Tammy. Scott tries gambling but loses everything, so he goes to the pawn shop to pawn his Rolex watch. At the shop, he finds the dead owner and one of Leprechaun's gold coins that grants a wish to its finder. Scott wishes for a winning streak, but what he does not know is that the casino is run by a crooked man who hates to lose. Also in the casino is an ignorant and dim magician Fazio and Loretta, a middle-aged gal. Before long, Leprechaun shows up to claim his coin, he bites Scott and in the process some of Leprechaun's green blood spills into Scott's wound, so before long Scott transforms into a tall Leprechaun and he needs some help! Only trouble is, the hospital doesn't accept his insurance company: Green Cross. The Leprechaun kills and mauls everyone in his path for his measly gold coin and Scott must choose whether to destroy the pot of gold as well as Leprechaun, or keep it and remain a Leprechaun himself. Written by Dylan Self

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Taglines Welcome To Vegas... Your Losing Streak Is About To Begin! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Leprechaun à Las Vegas (France)
  • Leprechaun 3 - Tödliches Spiel in Las Vegas (Germany)
  • Leprechaun 3: El duende asesino (Spain)
  • O Duende III (Portugal)
  • Vilenjak 3 (Croatia)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Box Office

Budget $1,200,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Warwick Davis said that this is his favorite out of the series. See more »
Goofs When Scot investigates the pawn shop, while flipping over the body, the dead shop keeper clearly blinks. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Leprechaun (2009). See more »
Soundtracks Hooskow See more »
Quotes Leprechaun: There was an old man of Madras whose balls were made of fine brass. So in stormy weather they both clang together and sparks flew out of his ass.
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