FILMOGRAPHY

A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984 New Line Cinema Eastmancolor (Technicolor), 91 min.

DIRECTOR: Wes Craven; WRITTEN BY: Wes Craven; EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Stanley Dudelson, Joseph Wolf; ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: John Burrows; MUSIC: Charles Bernstein and Steve Karshner, Martin Kent, Michael Schurig (song “Nightmare”); CINEMATOGRAPHY: Jacques Haitkin; EDITORS: Rick Shaine, Pat McMahon; PRODUCTION DESIGN: Gregg Fonseca; SET DECORATION: Anne Huntley; CASTING: Annette Benson; COSTUME DESIGN: Dana Lyman; MAKEUP DEPARTMENT: RaMona Fleetwood, Kathy Logan, David Miller, Mark Wilson, Louis Lazzara

CAST: John Saxon (Lieutenant Donald Thompson), Ronee Blakley (Margaret “Marge” Thompson), Heather Langenkamp (Nancy Thompson), Amanda Wyss (Christina “Tina” Grey), Jsu Garcia (Rod Lane [as Nick Corri]), Johnny Depp (Glen Lantz), Charles Fleischer (Dr. King), Joseph Whipp (Sergeant Parker), Robert Englund (Fred “Freddy” Krueger), Lin Shaye (Teacher), Mimi Craven (Nurse [as Mimi Meyer-Craven]), Jack Shea (Minister), Ed Call (Mr. Lantz), Sandy Lipton (Mrs. Lantz), David Andrews (Foreman), Jeffrey Levine (Coroner), Donna Woodrum (Tina’s Mom)

Private Resort 1985 TriStar Pictures Metrocolor, 82 min.

DIRECTOR: George Bowers; WRITTEN BY: Gordon Mitchell, Ken Segall, Alan Wenkus; PRODUCERS: R. Ben Efraim, Don Enright; CINEMATOGRAPHY: Adam Greenberg; EDITOR: Samuel D. Pollard; CASTING: Elisabeth Leustig; PRODUCTION DESIGN: Michael Corenblith; SET DECORATION: Gayle Simon; COSTUME DESIGN: Jill M. Ohanneson; MAKEUP: Donna Felix, Deborah Figuly, Peter Tothpal

CAST: Rob Morrow (Ben), Johnny Depp (Jack), Emily Longstreth (Patti), Karyn O’Bryan (Dana), Hector Elizondo (The Maestro), Dody Goodman (Mrs. Rawlings), Tony Azito (Reeves), Hilary Shapiro (Shirley), Leslie Easterbrook (Bobbie Sue), Michael Bowen (Scott), Lisa London (Alice), Andrew Clay (Curt), Ron House (The Barber), Greg Wynne (Mike), Nora Gaye (Kelly), Susan Mechsner (Aerobics Instructor), Matthew Levine (Georgie), Lucy Lee Flippin (Wanda), Phyllis Franklin (Dog Lady), Jonathan Prince (Fred), Jeremy Lawrence (Phillip)

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