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Bull Shark ()


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A hungry shark begins feeding on unsuspecting lake goers in a small Texas town.

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Spencer Timms
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Nolan Holt
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Dottie Timms
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Sheriff Wilson
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Reema
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Grant Timms
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Coroner Hamlin
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Mayor Groves
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Jacob Harper
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Laura
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Gary
Mallory Hargrove ...
Bikini swimmer

Directed by

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Brett Bentman

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Brett Bentman ... ()

Produced by

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Stuart Alson ... executive producer
Nicole Holland ... executive producer
Tiffany McDonald ... producer

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George Palousis ... composer

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Jeff Hamm

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Jeff Hamm

Costume Design by

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Stacey Lea

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Katie Parker ... key hair & makeup artist

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Curt Wheeler ... propmaker
Tom Zembrod ... property master

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Richard Heer ... Sound Operator
George Palousis ... sound designer

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Scott Ross ... gaffer

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Meagan Harris ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

A shark begins feeding upon innocent swimmers in a small Texas community. In an effort to control the terror and save face, Spencer, an alcoholic game warden, is trying to find a solution before the media will find out. With the help of his friend Nolan and his wife Dottie he starts the fight with the bull sharks. Written by Frank Liesenborgs

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Also Known As
  • Blood in the Water (United States)
  • Blood in the Water (Canada, English title)
  • Тихое озеро (Russia)
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  • 80 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs The coroner says that the tooth of the bull shark that killed the girl was left in her body because the shark was young, and its jaw was still developing. But sharks of all breeds loose teeth on an almost daily basis, regardless of their maturity. See more »

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