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Tales From The Crypt. : Season 3 (2006, original release: 1991)

Call Number DVD/TV/TALES

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Published: [Burbank, Calif.] : Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., [1991] [Burbank, Calif.] : Warner Home Entertainment, [2006]
Description:  3 DVDs (approximately 336 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 0012569733626, 1419817272, 9781419817274,
Language:  English

Title from container

"As originally published by William M. Gaines in E.C. Comics Publications."

Special features: A Tall Tales Panel, series creators and admirers celebrate the show in a Crypt Seminar ; a Tales from the Crypt reunion, a panel discussion ; Crypt Jam music videos

Voice: John Kassir

Originally broadcast on television during the 1991-1992 season

The Crypt Keeper is back to host this scare-rific collection of all 14 complete and uncut episodes from Season 3 of the series that ran seven memorably spooktacular seasons

Not rated. Contains images of adult situations and nudity

In English with optional English, French, or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned

Loved to death / Carrion death / Trap / Abra cadaver / Top billing / Dead wait / Reluctant vampire / Easel kill ya / Undertaking palor / Mournin' mess / Split second / Deadline / Spoiled / Yellow / Episode 1. Episode 2. Episode 3. Episode 4. Episode 5. Episode 6. Episode 7. Episode 8. Episode 9. Episode 10. Episode 11. Episode 12. Episode 13. Episode 14. screenplay by Joe Minion, directed by Tom Mankiewicz -- screenplay and directed by Steven E de Souza -- screenplay by Scott Alexander, directed by Michael J. Fox -- screenplay by Jim Birge, directed by Stephen Hopkins -- screenplay by Myles Berkowitz, directed by Todd Holland -- screenplay by Gilbert Adler, directed by Tobe Hooper -- screenplay by William Gaines, directed by Elliot Silverstein -- screenplay by Larry Wilson, directed by John Harrison -- screenplay by Ron Finley, directed by Michael Thau -- screenplay and directed by Manny Coto -- screenplay by Richard Christian Matheson, directed by Russell Mulcahy -- screenplay by Mae Woods, directed by Walter Hill -- screenplay by Connie Johnson, directed by Andy Wolk -- screenplay by Gilbert Adler, directed by Robert Zemeckis Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
Kassir, John, host, voice actor
Donner, Richard, television producer
Silver, Joel, television producer
Giler, David, television producer
Mankiewicz, Tom, television director
Fox, Michael J., television director
Hopkins, Stephen, 1959- television director
Holland, Tom, 1943- television director
Hooper, Tobe, 1943- television director
Silverstein, Elliot, 1927- television director
Harrison, John television director (John Sutherland),
Mulcahy, Russell, 1953- television director
Hill, Walter, 1942- television director, television producer
Wolk, Andy, television director
Zemeckis, Robert, 1952- television director, television producer
Minion, Joseph, 1957- screenwriter
De Souza, Steve, screenwriter, television director
Alexander, Scott, 1963- screenwriter
Birge, Jim,1941- screenwriter
Berkowitz, Myles, 1962- screenwriter
Adler, Gilbert, screenwriter, television producer
Wilson, Larry, 1948- screenwriter
Finley, Ron, screenwriter
Coto, Manny, screenwriter, television director
Matheson, Richard Christian, screenwriter
Woods, Mae, screenwriter
Johnson, Connie, screenwriter
Gaines, William M.
Elfman, Danny, composer
Warner Bros. Entertainment,
Warner Home Video (Firm),
Tales from the Crypt Holdings (Firm),
EC Comics.

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