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Homicide detective John Hobbes witnesses the execution of serial killer Edgar Reese. Soon after the execution the killings start again, and they are very similar to Reese's style.

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John Hobbes
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Jonesy
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Lt. Stanton
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Gretta Milano
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Lou
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Edgar Reese
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Art
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Sam
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Charles
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Charles' Killer
Ronn Munro ...
Mini Golf Owner
Cynthia Hayden ...
Society Woman
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Society Man
Tony Michael Donnelly ...
Toby
Tara Carnes ...
Teenage Girl
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Mike
Wendy Cutler ...
Denise
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Tiffany
Jeff Tanner ...
Lawrence
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Fat Man
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Schoolteacher
Ellen Sheppard ...
Nun on Bus
Christian Aubert ...
Professor Louders
Bill Clark ...
Detective Bill Clark
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Executioner
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Gracie
Drucie McDaniel ...
Vender
John R. Russell ...
Distinguished Gentleman (as John Raphael Russell)
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Complaining Woman
John Descano ...
Cab Driver
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Detective Joe
Rick Warner ...
Governor
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Warden
Brandon Zitin ...
Muscle Builder
Rozwill Young ...
Prison Guard
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Prison Guard
Frank Davis ...
Prison Guard
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Uniformed Cop (as Barry 'Shabaka' Henley)
Mike Cicchetti ...
Mustache Man
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Transit Cop (as William C. Jeffreys III)
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Priest
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College Kid (as Jason Winston George)
Anika Hawkins ...
Girlfriend
Stan Kang ...
Japanese Businessman
Thomas J. McCarthy ...
Witness
Sheila Bader ...
Witness
Elleanor Jean Hendley ...
Reporter
Michael Aron ...
Reporter
Byron Scott ...
Reporter
Pat Ciarrocchi ...
Anchor
Steve Highsmith ...
Anchor
Kent Manahan ...
Anchor
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Reporter (uncredited)
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John Reynolds (uncredited)
Andrew DePalma ...
Possessed Man (uncredited)
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Pennsylvania State Trooper (uncredited)
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Shaggy Rogers (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Fred Leeds ...
Train Passenger (uncredited)
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Train Passenger (uncredited)
Isaac Mayanja ...
Bodyguard for Hobbes During Execution (uncredited)
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Jimmy Moore (uncredited)
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Demon Passer (uncredited)
George Pellegrino ...
Prison Guard (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Witness (uncredited)
Aaron Sadovsky ...
Train Conductor (uncredited)
Francesco Scorsone ...
Possessed Man (uncredited)
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Demon (uncredited)

Directed by

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Gregory Hoblit

Written by

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Nicholas Kazan ... (written by)

Produced by

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Robert Cavallo ... executive producer
Elon Dershowitz ... executive producer
Patricia Graf ... associate producer
Nicholas Kazan ... executive producer
Ted Kurdyla ... executive producer
Charles Roven ... producer
Kelley Smith-Wait ... co-producer
Dawn Steel ... producer
Richard Suckle ... associate producer

Music by

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Dun Tan

Cinematography by

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Newton Thomas Sigel ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Lawrence Jordan

Editorial Department

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Robert Brakey ... first assistant editor
Mo Henry ... negative cutter
Gloria Kaiser ... color timer
Kimberly L. Sewell ... assistant editor
Juli Vizza ... second assistant editor
Bill Daly ... post-production executive (uncredited)
Jennifer-Noel Dennis ... post-production assistant (uncredited)
Phil Faroudja ... editorial production assistant (uncredited)
Janelle Ashley Nielson ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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David Rubin

Production Design by

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Terence Marsh

Art Direction by

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William Cruse

Set Decoration by

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Michael Seirton

Costume Design by

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Colleen Atwood

Makeup Department

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Rebecca Alling ... makeup artist
Larry M. Cherry ... hair stylist
René Dashiell Kerby ... makeup artist
Rebecca DeHerrera ... special effects makeup
Peggy Schierholz ... hair stylist (as Peg Schierholz)
Edna Sheen ... key makeup artist (as Edna M. Sheen)
Kenneth Walker ... key hair stylist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bernard F. Basley ... second second assistant director
Frank Davis ... first assistant director / second assistant director
Harvey Epstein ... second second assistant director
Greg Hale ... second second assistant director (as Gregory G. Hale)
Nilo Otero ... first assistant director
Willie E. Simmons Jr. ... second assistant director (as Willie E. Simmons)
Tyrone S. Walker ... second second assistant director: Los Angeles (as Tyrone Walker)
Matthew T. Weiner ... second assistant director (as Matthew Weiner)

Art Department

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Gregory P. Alcus ... on-set dresser
Ben Baca ... propmaker
Stephen Ball ... props
Will Blount ... property master
Melanie S. Chretin ... set dresser
Scott Edward Collins ... set dresser
Clifford D. Eubank ... leadman gangboss
J. Gregory Evans ... set dec buyer
Jon E. Graf ... shop craftsman
Robyn B. Holmes ... props
Jeff Khachadoorian ... carpenter
Paul Maiello ... construction gang boss
Gordon McVay ... set dresser
Sebastian Milito ... construction coordinator
Christopher Neely ... lead man
Jeff Ogg ... carpenter
Duncan M. Spencer ... construction grip (as Duncan Spencer)
Nell Stifel ... stand-by scenic
Kurt Verbaarschott ... gang boss
Tim Weston ... greensman
Paul Williams ... construction foreman
Marcel Worch ... carpenter
Ron Yates ... set designer
Damien Harrer ... greensman (uncredited)
Julia K. Levine ... set designer (uncredited)
Sharon Potts ... on-set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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David Acord ... boom operator
Mary Andrews ... adr editor
Bob Beher ... supervising foley editor
Lance Brown ... sound designer / sound editor
Michael Dressel ... sound editor
Shawn Egan ... assistant sound editor
Bruce Fortune ... supervising sound editor
Frank A. Fuller Jr. ... sound editor
Michael Herbick ... re-recording mixer
Andrea Horta ... adr editor
Lance Laurienzo ... first assistant sound editor
Robert J. Litt ... re-recording mixer
Nancy MacLeod ... foley editor
Joseph A. Mayer ... supervising adr editor (as Joe Mayer)
Jay Meagher ... production sound mixer
Anthony Milch ... sound editor (as Anthony R. Milch)
Gary Mundheim ... sound editor
Howard Neiman ... sound editor
Jay Nierenberg ... sound editor
Scott Shadden ... assistant sound editor
Mike Shuman ... apprentice sound editor
Randy Smith ... boom operator
Marsha Sorce ... sound recordist
Shawn Sykora ... sound editor
Robert Troy ... dialogue editor / sound editor
Elliot Tyson ... re-recording mixer
Richard E. Yawn ... sound editor
Jennifer-Noel Dennis ... sound assist (uncredited)
Hilda Hodges ... foley artist (uncredited)
Jack Keller ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Mary Jo Lang ... foley mixer (uncredited)
John Roesch ... foley artist (uncredited)
Carolyn Tapp ... foley recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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James Fredburg ... special effects coordinator (as Jim Fredburg)
Chad Van Baalbergen ... special effects (as Chad Baalbergen)
Ray L. Wilkerson ... special effects technician
Dennis King ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Martin Body ... optical cameraman
Ditch Doy ... computer animator
Kent Houston ... visual effects supervisor
Tim Ollive ... digital artist
Joe Salazar ... digital compositor
Dorne Huebler ... digital compositor: Buena Vista Visual Effects (uncredited)
Sarah Moore ... digital compositor: Buena Vista Imaging (uncredited)

Stunts

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Mark Chadwick ... stunts
Clarke Coleman ... stunts
Edward Conna ... stunts
Kelsee King-Devoreaux ... stunt performer
Phil Neilson ... stunt coordinator
Ernie F. Orsatti ... stunt coordinator (as Ernie Orsatti)
Brian Smyj ... stunt driver

Camera and Electrical Department

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Chris Bangma ... Steadicam assistant
Chad C. Barrow ... best boy grip
Jeremy Braben ... aerial camera operator: Spacecam
Erik L. Brown ... first assistant camera: "b" camera and Steadicam
Mark Burnett ... video assist operator
Daniel C. Cook ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jason Cortazzo ... company grip
Jerome Fauci ... Steadicam operator
Ron Goodman ... camera operator: SpaceCam
Dylan Goss ... aerial camera operator (as Dylan M. Gross)
Bill Green ... grip
Jason Jensen ... second assistant camera
Jimmy E. Jensen ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Jeb Johenning ... digital video assist operator
Michael Leonard ... additional first assistant camera
Steven Litecky ... assistant chief lighting technician
William Louthe ... electrician
David W. Lowe ... grip
David L. Merrill ... key grip
Richard A. Mitchell ... electrician
Richie Moore ... additional second assistant camera: second unit
Darryl Murchison ... lighting technician
Dale Obert ... electrician
Daniel Rieser ... best boy rigging grip
Kyle Rudolph ... camera operator
Richard Rutkowski ... Steadicam assistant
Leon Sanginiti ... second assistant camera
Jorge Sánchez ... assistant camera
Stephen Treadway ... second assistant camera
William D. Wynn ... dolly grip
Michael Chang ... rigging best boy (uncredited)
Glenn Davis ... electrician (uncredited)
David Yellin ... lighting technician (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Andrea Adams ... animator

Casting Department

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Ronna Kress ... casting associate
Mike Lemon ... extras casting / local casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lee Clayton ... costume cutter / tailor
Lorraine Crossman ... costumer
Mitchell Ray Kenney ... wardrobe supervisor
Lisa Lovaas ... costume supervisor
Jim Moore ... key costumer
Ermenegildo Zegna ... wardrobe: Donald Sutherland
Elizabeth Abate ... costumer (uncredited)
Zoë Battles ... costume assistant (uncredited)

Location Management

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Dennis T. Benatar ... location manager: Los Angeles
Scott Currie ... assistant location manager
Sam Hutchins ... assistant location manager
Derrick Loris ... location assistant

Music Department

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Gary Chester ... score recording engineer
Tom Kramer ... music editor
Dun Tan ... conductor
John Beal ... composer: trailer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Steve Boyd ... transportation coordinator
Dennis Junt ... driver: honeywagon

Other crew

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Thomas 'Doc' Boguski ... assistant production coordinator
Russell Clark ... choreographer
Grace Clements ... film runner
Kyle Cooper ... title designer
Wendy Cox ... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Tamela D'Amico ... assistant to producer
Larry Donahue ... chef
Patricia Douglas ... assistant: Mr. Goodman
Brian Fike ... office production assistant
Kimberly Franklin ... assistant: Ms. Steel
P.J. Haines ... assistant chef
Lore Hiney ... assistant: Ms. Davidtz
Karen Jarnecke ... assistant production coordinator
Vaughn Tyree Jelks ... stand in/photo double
Kathleen Kelly ... key medic
Scott Kordish ... production coordinator: Philadelphia
Graham Kurzner ... office production assistant: Los Angeles
Theresa Marsh ... first assistant production accountant
Michael McBrien ... production assistant
Douglas W. McHenry ... post-production accountant
John Michael Sudol ... set production assistant
Sharon Pinkenson ... film commissioner: Greater Philadelphia Film Office
Tory Reed ... set production assistant
Judy Richter ... assistant: Mr. Kurdyla
Rachel Rose ... assistant: Mr. Suckle
David Sousa ... animal trainer: Cats (uncredited)
Sally Jo Sousa ... animal trainer: cat
Jason Stant ... production secretary
Jr. Donald Stanton ... production assistant
Julie Stevens ... studio teacher
Matilde Valera ... production accountant
Charles Washington Jr. ... production assistant
Michael Weiss ... assistant: Mr. Roven
Gina White ... assistant: Mr. Washington (as Gina L. White)
Cheri Zucca ... production assistant
Julia Alexander ... production coordinator: second unit (uncredited)
Ralph Berge ... production executive (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Det. John Hobbes is convinced that when killer Edgar Reese is executed, all of his troubles are over. But when people he knows and people on the street start to sing the same tune that Reese sang in the gas chamber, and those same people taunt him, he is told that maybe the cursed fallen angel Azazel is behind it all. Azazel is cursed to roam the Earth without a form, and he can switch bodies by any contact, making him hard to track. When Hobbes is forced to kill a man possessed by Azazel, he must clear his name while protecting his family and others from the evil, vengeful Azazel. Written by Ben Borg

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Taglines Don't trust a soul. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le témoin du mal (France)
  • Dämon - Trau keiner Seele (Germany)
  • Fallen - Trau keiner Seele! (Germany)
  • Dämon (Germany)
  • Posrnuli (Serbia)
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  • 124 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $10,401,586, 19 Jan 1998

Did You Know?

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Trivia During pre-production, Elias Koteas traveled to Ohio to meet a man who could speak Syrian-Aramaic, to help him with his dialogue. The man was happy to help, but would not say the swear words in the speech, as he was too religious. As such, the production had to find another Syrian-Aramaic speaker who was willing to speak the profane lines for Koteas. See more »
Goofs When Hobbes shoots the school teacher, after he fires one shot, his gun is apparently empty (the action on any semi-automatic 9mm handgun, like Hobbes' Glock, stays open when the final round is expended, as can be seen in the two quick cuts after the shot is fired). However, when Hobbes approaches the body in each view after-wards, the action of the gun is closed, indicating that he still has ammunition. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Spice World/Hard Rain/Fallen/The Gingerbread Man/Phantoms/Star Kid (1998). See more »
Soundtracks Time Is On My Side See more »
Quotes John Hobbes: You take any cop on the force, cream or no, ninety-nine percent of the time they're doing their job, aren't they?
Jonesy: Ninety-nine five.
John Hobbes: Point five. So he or she, cream or no, is doing more good out there every day than any lawyer or stockbroker or president of the United States can ever do in their lifetime. Cops are the chosen people.
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