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Red Clover ()

Leprechaun's Revenge (original title)
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A young woman accidentally releases a homicidal leprechaun whilst hunting, which brings back memories of her town's deadly past.

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Josh
Kent Jude Bernard ...
Enos
Chase Boltin ...
Ben
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Dax Spence
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Pop O'Hara
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Tannen
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Mrs. Jones
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Karen O'Hara
Karl Herlinger ...
Karl
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Harris
Kevin Mangold ...
Leprechaun
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Dr. McCormick
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Deputy Petterson
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Wally O'Shannon
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Amanda
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Sheriff Conor O'Hara
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Leprechaun Man
Katherine Jeanie Russell ...
Parade Goer (uncredited)
Johnny Santiago ...
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Glen Warner ...
Green Face Man (uncredited)

Directed by

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Drew Daywalt

Written by

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Anthony C. Ferrante ... ()

Produced by

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Alan Amiel ... producer
Scott Atkins ... executive producer (as Scotty Atkins)
Stephanie Caleb ... producer
Moshe Diamant ... producer
Anthony C. Ferrante ... producer
Lucy Mukerjee-Brown ... producer (as Lucy Mukerjee)
Katerina Slantcheva ... line producer
Gregory M. Walker ... executive producer

Music by

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Gregory S. Burkart

Cinematography by

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Robert Morris

Film Editing by

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Asaf Eisenberg

Editorial Department

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Gerri Sax Bove ... post-production coordinator
Tarn Fox ... colorist
Ryan Hymel ... assistant on-line editor / dailies editor
Teressa Longo ... assistant editor
Juan Soto ... on-line editor
Cj Stewart ... digital intermediate producer

Production Design by

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Michelle Jones

Art Direction by

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Ruston Head

Set Decoration by

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Beau Chaney

Costume Design by

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Kim Martínez

Makeup Department

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Erica Brunson ... key makeup artist
Ashley Levy ... makeup department head (as Ashley Walsh)
Maggie Roberge ... creature effects crew

Production Management

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Lauren Ito ... post-production supervisor
Bobby Ranghelov ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Chochol ... second second assistant director
Jordan Edwards ... second assistant director
Farris Hopkins ... first assistant director
Nick Titus ... second assistant director

Art Department

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John U. Abrahamson ... digital graphics artist
Nini Burkart ... opening animation
David Bush ... assistant property master
Kristin Cheramie ... art department coordinator
Kevin Civello ... scenic painter
Melisa Coby ... leading scenic / scenic painter
Marc Fresh ... scenic painter
Rose Leiker ... property master
Andy Montagnino ... carpenter
Dave Quinlan ... construction coordinator

Sound Department

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Brian Beyt ... adr mixer
Jason Dotts ... dialogue editor
Jordan Lewis ... boom operator
Cecilia Perna ... adr mixer: Los Angeles
Jeremy Pleasant ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Herbert Rawlinson ... adr supervisor / adr supervisor: Los Angeles
Michael Russo ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Nini Burkart ... main titles
Jeffrey S. Farley ... creature effects design & supervision
Julia Hapney ... special effects technician
Edward Joubert ... special effects coordinator
Daniel Jouet ... special effects makeup
Dirk Von Besser ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Kimberlee Loop ... visual effects artist
D.J. Shea ... digital artist

Stunts

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Kevin Beard ... stunt double (stunt double)
Jeff Brockton ... stunt double: Karl Herlinger II
Danny Cosmo ... stunt coordinator
Danny Epper ... stunt player
Chris J. Fanguy ... stunt double
Jeff Galpin ... stunt performer
Kevin Mangold ... stunts
George Mederos ... stunt double: Billy Zane
Bruce Sanders Jr. ... stunt rigger
Tony Vo ... stunt performer
John Zimmerman ... stunt rigger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Cook Allender ... still photographer
Robert M. Barr ... first assistant camera
Danny Brazen ... key grip
Pete Chiaramonte ... electrician
Jake Czepiel ... grip
Michael Giannaccio ... grip
Justin LeBlanc ... digital imaging technician
Loui J. LeRoy ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Joshua Lilly ... additional electrician
Gregg Marion ... additional electrician
David McGill ... steadicam operator
Chad Nagel ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Lemuel Shavalia ... best boy grip
Zachary Sieffert ... first assistant camera
Shawn Stone ... a-dolly grip
Nathan Tape ... gaffer
Adam Viademonte ... electrician
Jordan Whaley ... best boy electric

Casting Department

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Charlotte Gale ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Melissa Naccari Floyd ... key set costumer (as Melissa Naccari)

Location Management

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Rhonda Floyd Aguillard ... location assistant
Adrian Hammon ... location manager
Dyron N. Williams ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Rick Balentine ... composer: additional music
Charles M. Barsamian ... executive music producer
Laura Katz ... music clearance and licensing
Jeremy Pleasant ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Chris Dunn ... transportation captain
Lance Leis ... production driver
Danny Lewis ... driver
Russell E. Scott ... picture car coordinator

Other crew

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Kate Bowen ... key accountant
Ashley Brahm ... production coordinator
Jarred Coates ... epk: producer
Jennifer J. Collins ... script supervisor
Brandon Cordon ... stand-in
Zane Crump ... production secretary: prep
Ginger Easley ... script assistant
Claude Forest ... insurance broker
JG Hanks ... publicist
Ali Jazayeri ... SVP finance
Ashlee Kilchrist ... production assistant
Michael Andrew Mann ... payroll accountant
Garrett Moe ... production assistant
Natalie Patterson ... assistant to producer
Andrew Simonds ... production assistant
Nicole Tiernan ... key set production assistant
David Lee Valle ... weapons master

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Storyline

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Taglines Evil has a new holiday. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Red Clover (United States)
  • St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun (United States)
  • Trébol Rojo (Mexico)
Runtime
  • 88 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Karl Morris and Officer Peterson discuss a story he ran about a tornado bringing sharks to the lake; the newspaper headline was "Sharknado", the title of another SyFy original movie released a year later. See more »
Goofs After Karen gets into the jeep and is talking to her father about how strong she is, it's daytime. In the a long shot when the jeep pulls away to go to the woods, it's nighttime. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Sharknado (2013). See more »
Quotes [last lines]
Sheriff Conor O'Hara: If anyone should be dead it should be me you might as well kill me now...
[leprechaun obliges by bisecting him from the waist]
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