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The Vampiric Puppet Lamentation ()


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The Middleman and Lacey have inadvertently brought vampire puppets Vlad and his bride, Lizzie, to life and with the Middleman under Vlad's control, it's now up to Wendy alone to prevent the... See more »

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The Middleman
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Wendy Watson
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Lacey Thornfield
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Ida
Jake Smollett ...
Noser
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Pip
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Joe 90
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Renfield Rehnquist
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Nicholas Pherides
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Irina Dubrovna
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Dr. Judd
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Jamie
Jason Chambers ...
Anvil (as Jason Adam Chambers)
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Vlad the Impaler
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Oliver
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Newscaster
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Chaplain
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Puppet Master
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Elizabeth Rousset
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Directed by

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Sandy Smolan

Written by

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Javier Grillo-Marxuach ... (creator) (creator)
 
Andy Reaser ... (written by)

Produced by

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Hans Beimler ... co-executive producer
Jeremiah S. Chechik ... supervising producer (as Jeremiah Chechik)
Javier Grillo-Marxuach ... executive producer
Shane Keller ... associate producer
Jon Paré ... producer
Sarah Watson ... co-producer
John Ziffren ... executive producer

Music by

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Tree Adams

Cinematography by

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John Newby ... (as John C. Newby)

Film Editing by

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James Renfroe

Editorial Department

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Albert Coleman ... assistant editor
Ken Van Deest ... final colorist
Heydar Adel ... on-line editor (uncredited)
Keith Ponschock ... colorist: dailies (uncredited)

Casting By

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Anya Colloff
Amy McIntyre Britt
Michael V. Nicolo ... (as Michael Nicolo)

Production Design by

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Naomi Slodki

Art Direction by

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Sachiko Tanaka

Set Decoration by

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Judi Giovanni

Costume Design by

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Danielle Launzel

Makeup Department

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Kimber Eastwood ... makeup department head
Mark Nieman ... sculptor
Steven R. Soussanna ... hair department head (as Steven Soussana)
Todd Tucker ... special effects makeup

Production Management

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Jon Paré ... unit production manager
Keith Patterson ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Richard W. Abramitis ... first assistant director
Melody Beam ... second assistant director
Lisa Chu ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Gene Bowen ... general foreman
Mary Kay Campbell ... lead scenic
Roberta Chapman ... painter
Joshua Cheek ... assistant property master
Gregory M. Edgar ... property master (as Gregory Edgar)
Star Fields ... construction coordinator
Paul Ford ... leadman
Derrick Hinman ... buyer
Fredderick Jackson ... set painter
Kent Kidman ... construction foreman
Colin Kirkpatrick ... art department coordinator
Jon Klein ... propmaker
Danny Ronay ... second foreman
Bryan Root ... on-set dresser
Chris Withrow ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Joe Cappelletti ... voice director: adr
Tim Chilton ... foley artist
Mark Friedgen ... supervising sound editor
John-Thomas Graves ... sound recordist
Rick Hinson ... sound designer
William Hinson ... sound effects editor
Terry O'Bright ... re-recording mixer
Buck Robinson ... production sound mixer
Keith Rogers ... re-recording mixer
Judah Getz ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Andrew Morgado ... adr mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Randy Cabral ... special effects coordinator
Harvey Lowry ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Jessica Amzoll ... digital compositor
Erica Jean ... visual effects editor
Stephen Lebed ... visual effects supervisor
David Fred Masselink ... digital compositor
Casey Yahnke ... digital compositor: Mechnology Visual Effects
Derek Zavada ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Gregory J. Barnett ... stunt coordinator
Kelly Bellini ... stunt double
Clay Cullen ... stunts
Anthony DiRocco ... stunts
David Kilde ... stunt double: Matt Keeslar
Corinne Van Ryck de Groot ... stunts
Dailyn Matthews ... stunt double: brit morgan (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kirk Bartolata ... grip
Ben Beaird ... key grip
Kelly Beaird ... grip
Allen D. Easton ... "a" camera operator / camera operator
Kevin 'Rambo' Fitzgerald ... best boy grip
Michael Gfelner ... camera operator
Sean Mennie ... second assistant camera
Matthew Pearce ... assistant camera
Keith Roverud ... gaffer
James Schlittenhart ... camera utility
Nicholas Tredway ... grip

Casting Department

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Elizabeth Boykewich ... executive in charge of casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Perri Kimono ... costume supervisor
April Krueger ... set costumer

Location Management

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Briana Burke ... location manager
David Park ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Tree Adams ... composer: theme music
Allison Wright Clark ... music supervisor (as Allison Clark)
Jessica Harrison ... music editor
Peymon Maskan ... co-music supervisor
Jake Staley ... composer: additional music / musician: drums / orchestrator

Transportation Department

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Tim Farrands ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Brett Born ... production controller
Jason Brown ... production assistant
Melanie E. Gonzalez ... production coordinator
Zack Krone ... assistant coordinator
Christina Mar ... production staff
Jeff McKibben ... script coordinator
Jacque Paré ... production staff
April Prosser ... production staff
Andy Reaser ... story editor
Victoria Rickham ... production staff (as Victoria M. Rickham)
Brendan T. Ryan ... production staff (as Brendan Ryan)
Nancy Solomon ... script supervisor
Harold Vaz ... production assistant
Jennifer Herman ... set production assistant (uncredited)
Joel Meyer ... assistant to executive producer (uncredited)
George Mims ... stand-in (uncredited)
Joey Rivera ... craft service (uncredited)
Ben White ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Also Known As
  • The Vampiric Puppet Lamentation (United States)
Runtime
  • 43 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Among the many references in the show to "Dracula", such as the puppeteer named Renfield Rehnquist (in the movie, Renfield is Dracula's visitor then slave) The insane asylum he is held at, John Seward Home for the Criminally Insane (in the movie, the asylum curators name). Noser's tutor's name though, Irina Dubrovna actually comes from the movie, " The Cat People" (1942), where she is a Serbian woman. See more »
Movie Connections References Dracula (1931). See more »
Quotes The Middleman: You know, vampires have killed more Middlemen than any other threat on record.
Wendy Watson: Really? How many?
The Middleman: Two.
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