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Release: Friday, November 9, 1988
Company: MGM/United Artists
Length: 87 Minutes
Tagline: You'll Wish It Was Only Make-Believe
Budget: $9 million
Domestic Box Office: $33.2 Million
Global Box Office: $44.1 Million
Opening Weekend: $6.5 Million
Sound Quality: Dolby Stereo/Dolby Surround 7.1
Film Dates: January 7- March 8, 1988
Film Locations: Chicago, Illinois
Brewster Building Apartments, Lake View, Illinois
Kankakee, Illinois
Culver City, California
Film Availability: VHS, DVD, BLU-RAY, BOX SET, DIGITAL
Soundtrack Availability: CD, VINYL

CORONER'S REPORT

1. CHARLES (Brad Dourif)- Shot to death by Detective Norris
2. MAGGIE (Dinha Manoff)- Hammer to face, falls to death out apartment window
3. EDDIE (Neil Giuntoli)- Immolated in gas explosion
4. JOHN (Raymond Oliver)- Leg and arm broken, stabbed in chest via voodoo doll
5. DR. ARDMORE (Jack Colvin)- Scalpel to leg, electrocuted to death on electro-shock therapy machine

Film Total: 5
Series Total: 72

CHUCKY'S BATTLE SCARS

1. Shot to death
2. Punched in stomach
3. Thrown on floor twice
4. Cigarette lighter to face
5. Rollover car accident
6. Shot in chest
7. Thrown across room
8. Shot in leg
9. Burned in fireplace
10. Shot in chest
11. Beheaded by gunshot
12. Arm shot off
13. Foot shot off
14. Shot twice in back
15. Shot in heart

Film Total: 15
Series Total: 93

SOUNDS

CHARLES: "I'm gonna get you, and I'm gonna get Eddie...no matter what!"
CHUCKY: "Hi, I'm Chucky, and I'm your friend to the end..."
CHUCKY: "Hey, wanna play?"
ANDY: "Come on, Chucky, say something!"
ANDY: "He told me never to tell about him or he'd kill me!"
KAREN: "I said talk to me, damnit, or else I'm gonna throw you in the fire!"
DET. NORRIS: "Alright, what about the rest of you...You want to party, too?"
JOHN: "The more time you spend in that body, the more human you become..."
JOHN: "You have to transfer the soul out of the doll into that of the first human being you revealed your true self to..."
CHUCKY: "I'm gonna be six years old again!"
CHUCKY: "You have a date with death!"
CHUCKY: "Batter up!"
ANDY: "This is the end, friend..."
CHUCKY: "Give me the boy, and I'll let you live!"
CHUCKY: "Kill them, Kill them, KILL THEM ALL!"

CAST AND CREW

CHARLES LEE RAY/VOICE OF CHUCKY- BRAD DOURIF
KAREN BARCLAY- CATHERINE HICKS
MIKE NORRIS- CHRIS SARANDON
ANDY BARCLAY- ALEX VINCENT
MAGGIE PETERSON- DINAH MANOFF
JACK SANTOS- TOMMY SWERDLOW
DR. ARDMORE- JACK COLVIN
EDDIE CAPUTO- NEIL GIUNTOLI
PEDDLER- JUAN RAMIREZ
MR. CRISWELL- ALAN WILDER
NEWS REPORTER- RICHARD BAIRD
DR. DEATH- RAYMOND OLIVER
ORDERLY- AARON OSBORNE
MONA- TYLER HARD
GEORGE- TED LISS
LUCY- ROSLYN ALEXANDER
MALE TV NEWSCASTER- BO KANE
FEMALE TV NEWSCASTER- LEILA LEE OLSEN
CHUCKY STUNT DOUBLE- ED GALE
ALTERNATE CHUCKY- HUNTER MARKS
FRIENDLY CHUCKY VOICE- EDAN GROSS
WALKABOUT CHUCKY VOICE- JOHN FRANKLIN
KID IN ANIMATED COMMERCIAL VOICE- EDAN GROSS
KID IN ANIMATED COMMERCIAL VOICE- MICHAEL PATRICK CARTER
DERELICT- JEFF DLUGOLECKI
BIT- ROBERT MINKOFF
BELLEVUE PATIENT- LENA SACK
BELLEVUE PATIENT- TOMMY GERARD
BELLEVUE PATIENT- MICHAEL CHAVEZ
BELLEVUE PATIENT- JAMIE GRAY
BELLEVUE PATIENT- ERIN MUNZ
BELLEVUE PATIENT- JANA TWOMEY
BELLEVUE PATIENT- SUAUNDRA BLACK

Directed By- Tom Holland
Written By- Don Mancini
John Lafia & Tom Holland
Story By- Don Mancini
Produced By- David Kirschner
Casting By- Richard Pagano & Sharon Bialy
Associate Producer- Laura Moskowitz
Costume Designer- April Ferry
Music By- Joe Renzetti
Edited By- Edward Warschilka & Roy E. Peterson
Production Designer- Daniel A. Lomino
Director Of Photography- Bill Butler, A.S.C
Executive Producer- Barrie M. Osborne
Chucky Puppeteers- Allen Coulter, Loren Soman
Howard Berger, Frank Charles Lutkus III
Steven James, Marc Tyler, N. Brock Winkless IV
David Arthur Nelson, Billy Bryan
Stunt Coordinator- Bud Davis
Mike's Car Stunts- Joie Chitwood
Stunts- Tony Cecere, Glory Fioramonti
Robert Cummings, Eddie J. Fernandez, James Fierro
Joe Gilbride, Stacy Logan, Dennis Scott
Debby Lynn Ross, Carl Paoli, Rick Le Fevour
Chicago Casting By- Jane Alderman, Shelley Andreas, C.S.A.
Unit Production Managers- Robert Latham Brown, Carl Olsen
First Assistant Director- Michael Green
Second Assistant Director- Linnea Ebba Wicklund
Second Assistant Director- George Fortmuller
Chucky Doll Created By- David Kirschner
Chucky Doll Designed & Executed By- Kevin Yagher
Visual Effects Supervisor- Peter Donen
Additional Film Editor- Scott Wallace
Camera Operator- Jim Connell
First Assistant Camera- John Morton Walker
Second Assistant Camera- To Lee
Still Photographer- Peter Sorel
Set Decorator- Cloudia
Leadman- Casey Hallenback
Assistant Art Director- Bernard P. Cutler
Set Designers- James E. Tocci
William David Arnold & Gary Baugh
Supervising Sound Editor- John Riordan
Sound Editors- Harry Cheney, Clayton R. Collins
Sherman Waze, Kirk Schuler, Daniel Evan Yale
ADR Editors- George R. Steven, Ronald Sinclair
Music Editor- Ted Whitfield
Sound Mixer- James E. Webb Jr.
Boom Operator- Douglas Vaughan
Re-Recording Mixer (Dialogue)- Donald O. Mitchell
Re-Recording Mixer (Music)- Rick Kline
Re-Recording Mixer (Effects)- Kevin O'Connell
Chief Lighting Technician- Mike G. Moyer
Assistant Chief Lighting Technician- Michael Marlett
Key Grip- George Hill
Second Grip- Jim Dunn
Dolly Grip- Wayne Mort
Special Effects Supervisor- Richard O. Helmer
Special Effects- James D. Schwalm
Property Master- Arthur B. Shippee Jr.
Assistant Property Master- Joann Hicks
Costume Supervisor- Mort Schwartz
Set Costumer- Edward S. Burza
Costumer- Barbara McHugh
Make-Up Artist- Michael A. Hancock
Hairstylist- Marina Pedraza
Script Supervisor- Karen Golden
Location Managers- John Ross Bush & Michael Malone
Craft Service- John S. Moy
Transportation Coordinator- James Davis
Transportation Captain- Joseph R. Prado
Construction Coordinator- James F. Orendorff
Paint Foreman- Kenneth H. Robertson
Stand-By Painter- Earl L. Benton
Dialogue Coach- Margrit Polak
Welfare Worker- Judith M. Brown
Assistant Editor- Kevin Nolting
Apprentice Editor- Michael Murphy
Assistant Sound Editors- John Cousineau, Cheryl Kroll
Assistant Music Editor- Marty November
Auditor- Gordon K. Kee
Assistant Auditor- James P. Franklyn
Assistant Accountant- Susan J. Bonno
Production Office Coordinator- Mary Courtney
Production Secretary- Sandi Hochman
Production Assistants- Aaron Osborne, Gary Agriesti
Hal G. Reinstra, Victor Bazaz
Assistant To David Kirchner- Lisa J. Olin
Assistant To Barrie Osborne- Carol Kim
Assistant To Tom Holland- Carol Siegle
Unit Publicist- Peter Emmet
Animated Sequence By- Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Good Guy Illustrations By- Beverly Lazor-Bahr
Negative Cutter- Donah Bassett & Associates
Color Timer- Bob Noland
Title Design- Wayne Fitzgerald
Opticals- Cinema Research Corporation
Chicago Crew-
Camera Operator (Steadicam)- Robert K. Ulland
First Assistant Camera- Donald Carlson
Still Photographer- Donald Smetzer
Property Master- William Dambra
Leadman- Joel Prihoda
Set Costumer- Irene Grzejka
Electrical Best Boy- Richard D. Oakes
Rigging Gaffer- Peter J. Donoghue
Key Grip- Art Bartell
Best Boy- John Lubin
Dolly Grip- Danial A. Miller
Construction Coordinator- Edward England
Paint Foreman- Frank D. Dambra
Transportation Coordinator- George J. Di Leonardi
Craft Service- Steven Cyril Matthys
Caterer- The Cast Supper
Second Unit-
Director- Bud Davis
First Assistant Director- James R. Giovanetti Jr.
Second Assistant Director- Stefanie Moore
Director Of Photography- James Blanford, S.O.C.
Script Supervisor- Sioux Richards
Insert Unit-
First Assistant Director- Arthur Anderson
Camera Operator- Peter Salim
Chucky Construction Unit-
Shop Supervisor- Howard Berger
Production Assistant- Mark Christopher Yagher
Hair- Zandra Platzek, Ron Pipes II
Lab Technicians- Jim Kagel, Rick La Londe
Carl Sorensen, Chris Swift
Mechanical Crew- Allen Coulter, Steven James
Frank Charles Lutkus III, Dave Nelson
N. Brock Winkless IV, Loren Soman
Music Supervision- David Chackler
Synclavier Programming- Craig Harris
Orchestrations- Arlon Ober
Music Contractor- Frank Capp
Co-Executive Producer- Elliot Geisinger
Production Associate- Judy Groffman
Special Thanks To- The Illinois Film Office
Chicago Office Of Film and Entertainment
Marcus Uzilevsky For The Use Of His Artwork
Filmed On Location In- Chicago, Illinois
Chicago Studio City, The Culver Studios
Re-Recorded At- Goldwyn Sound Facility
Process Projection By- The Hansard Group
Visual Effects By- Apogee, Inc.
Panaflex Camera & Lenses By- Panavision
Color By- Astro Color Laboratories, Inc.
Color By- Technicolor
Prints By- Technicolor
Recorded In- Dolby Stereo
Copyright 1988 United Artists Pictures, Inc.
All Rights Reserved


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