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Defending Your Life ()


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Sam and Dean investigate murders of people who have their guilty pasts come back and kill them. Could Dean be next?

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Sam Winchester
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Dean Winchester
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Bobby Singer
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Jo Harvelle
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Osiris
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Warren (as Julian D. Christopher)
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Mia
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Jane
Stephen Powell ...
Matthew Hammond
Jenn Griffin ...
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Christopher Fisher
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Shop Owner
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Shop Owner's Wife
Gerry Waldman ...
Rabbi
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Guilty Woman at Bar
David Allan Pearson ...
Detective
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Pamela Barnes (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Ben Braeden (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Ellen Harvelle (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Ronald Reznick (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Jessica Moore (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Lucifer (uncredited) (voice)
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Lisa Braeden (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Amy Pond (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Robert Singer

Written by

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Eric Kripke ... (creator) (creator)
 
Adam Glass ... (written by)

Produced by

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Todd Aronauer ... producer
Kristin Cronin ... associate producer
Andrew Dabb ... producer
Ben Edlund ... consulting producer
Sera Gamble ... executive producer
Adam Glass ... co-executive producer
Peter Johnson ... co-executive producer
Eric Kripke ... executive consultant
Serge Ladouceur ... co-producer
Daniel Loflin ... producer
Craig Matheson ... co-producer
McG ... executive producer
Jim Michaels ... co-executive producer
Philip Sgriccia ... executive producer (as Phil Sgriccia)
Robert Singer ... executive producer
Jerry Wanek ... co-producer

Music by

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Christopher Lennertz

Cinematography by

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Serge Ladouceur ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Nicole Baer

Editorial Department

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Nancy Bettcher Hurley ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Heike Brandstatter
Eric Dawson
Carol Kritzer
Coreen Mayrs
Alex Newman
Robert J. Ulrich

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John Marcynuk

Set Decoration by

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George Neuman

Costume Design by

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Diane Widas

Makeup Department

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Jeannie Chow ... key hair stylist / key hairstylist
Cayley Giene ... makeup effects lab technician
Toby Lindala ... key makeup effects / key prosthetics makeup: effects
Juliana Vit ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Craig Matheson ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Adrian Diepold ... second assistant director
John MacCarthy ... first assistant director
Marijke Richman ... trainee assistant director

Art Department

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Ron Andrews ... lead painter
Perry Battista ... lead set dresser
Eli Best ... art department assistant
Scott Clatney ... on set scenic artist
Christopher Cooper ... property master (as Chris Cooper)
Lee Anne Elaschuk ... graphic artist
Karolina M. Grant ... props buyer
Robert Leader ... assistant art director
D. Martin Myatt ... props
Ocea Ringrose ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Damon Cohoon ... assistant sound editor
Chris Glyn-Jones ... boom operator
Marc Meyer ... sound designer
Eric Moss ... assistant sound editor
Daniel Nakamura ... mix stage technician
Don Painchaud ... sound mixer
Matthew E. Taylor ... adr editor

Special Effects by

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Rob Mackie ... first assistant
Greg Pyne ... special effects technician
Randy Shymkiw ... special effects coordinator / special effects supervisor
Tyler Shymkiw ... special effects assistant

Visual Effects by

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Ivan Hayden ... visual effects supervisor
Adele Jones ... visual effects coordinator
Grant Lindsay ... visual effects producer
Christopher J. Richardson ... digital compositor
Cory Virs ... digital compositor / visual effects

Stunts

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Lou Bollo ... stunt coordinator
Mike Carpenter ... stunt double: Jared Padelecki
Anthony J Sacco ... stunts
Todd Scott ... stunt double: jensen ackles

Camera and Electrical Department

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Chris Cochrane ... gaffer
Tony Durke ... rigging electrian
Harvey Fedor ... key grip
Jon L.J. Helgason ... rigging electrician (2009 - Present)
Jose Manzano ... 2nd assistant camera: a camera
Michael Mayo ... rigging gaffer
Monica Mayo ... rigging electric
Dave Riopel ... dolly grip
Pawel Sedzimir ... best boy rigging electric
Orson Stachow ... generator operator
Don Tupper ... bestboy rigging grip
Brendan Wilson ... set wireman
Mike Mossman ... rigging grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Heike Brandstatter ... casting: Canada
L.A. Hilts ... extras casting director
Coreen Mayrs ... casting: Canada
Alex Newman ... casting associate
Patrick Rush ... original casting (as Patrick J. Rush)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Christina Barry ... costume buyer (2011-2012)
Dawn Grey ... assistant costume designer
Doanne Kalena Nielsen ... prep costumer, seamstress, beadworker (as Doanne K. Nielsen)
Lily Yuen ... key breakdown artist

Location Management

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Russ Hamilton ... location manager
Janet McCairns ... location manager

Music Department

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Marc Juenger ... assistant: composer
Dino A. Moriana ... music editor (as Dino Moriana)
Alexandra Patsavas ... music supervisor
Gregory Sweeney ... music coordinator
Kasey Truman ... music coordinator
Brittany Whyte ... music coordinator
Tim Wynn ... composer: additional music
Philip White ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Ted Bradford ... driver: cast
Mark Gould ... transportation coordinator
Greg Lansink ... transportation co-captain
Rod May ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Tiffany Ainsworth ... production assistant
Michael Campbell ... medic/craft service
Andrea Connacher ... production assistant
Tamara Harland ... production assistant
Jenny Klein ... assistant to writers
Eric Kripke ... executive consultant
Tara Larsen ... clearance
John Malakoff ... production travel consultant
Carolyn Michaels ... assistant: Mr. Michaels, Los Angeles
Holly Ollis ... publicist
David Reed ... script coordinator
Larie Stoley ... key prep production assistant
Judith Swan ... production coordinator
Robbie Thompson ... executive story editor
Angela Will ... production accountant
Janice Yip ... key production assistant: prep
Joanne Cook ... assistant accountant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Dean and Sam are investigating two weird murders and they stumble into a scared man who tells a strange story about a judge in a red barn. They discover that all the victims were guilty of some crime in the past and they are judged by the Egyptian god Osiris and sentenced to death. Osiris decides to judge Dean's guilt and Sam becomes his defense lawyer. However when Osiris is ready to summon his last witness, Dean realizes that he will summon Jo and he takes the blame. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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  • 43 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Sam suggests that the car "might be Christine-like." He is referring to the 1983 Stephen King novel (and subsequent movie) about an antique car gone homicidal. See more »
Goofs When Sam calls Dean on the phone, Dean immediately drops the phone. When it lands on the ground, the call time is listed as 13 seconds, even though only a couple of seconds have passed. See more »
Movie Connections References Cujo (1983). See more »
Soundtracks Down South Jukin See more »
Quotes Sam Winchester: Looks like this guy had a history with dogs.
Dean Winchester: Meaning?
Sam Winchester: Five years ago, he was arrested for running a dog-fighting operation.
Dean Winchester: Classy. All right. So, what? He causes so much misery that some rottweiller goes 'Cujo' on him from the grave? Wait a sec. Do... dogs even have ghost?
Sam Winchester: First I've heard of it.
Dean Winchester: That sounds weird. 'Ghost Dog'?
Sam Winchester: No weirder than 'Ghost Car,' you know?
Dean Winchester: You know that does sound right, vengeance on the guy that Michael Vick'd you.
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