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The Exorcist III (1990)
Horror, Mystery . 01 h 50 m
3/5(1)

Overview

On the fifteenth anniversary of the exorcism that claimed Father Damien Karras' life, Police Lieutenant Kinderman's world is once again shattered when a boy is found decapitated and savagely crucified.

Release Date

17 August 1990

Languages

English,

Produced By

Morgan Creek Entertainment,

Directed by :
William Peter Blatty

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Summary

"The Exorcist III - Do you dare walk these steps again?" is english Language Movie.

"The Exorcist III" was released on 17 August 1990 it had a budget of $9,300,000 and had box office collection of $39,000,000.

The movie was directed by William Peter Blatty

It has cast of: George C. Scott as Lt. William 'Bill' Kinderman, Ed Flanders as Father Joseph Kevin Dyer, Brad Dourif as James Venamun / The Gemini Killer, Jason Miller as Father Damien Karras / Patient X, Nicol Williamson as Father Morning, Scott Wilson as Dr. Temple, Nancy Fish as Nurse Allerton, George DiCenzo as Stedman, Don Gordon as Ryan, Lee Richardson as University President, Grand L. Bush as Sergeant Atkins, Mary Jackson as Mrs. Clelia, Viveca Lindfors as Nurse X, Ken Lerner as Dr. Freedman, Tracy Thorne as Nurse Keating, Barbara Baxley as Shirley, Zohra Lampert as Mary Kinderman, Harry Carey, Jr. as Father Kanavan, Sherrie Wills as Julie Kinderman, Edward Lynch as Patient A, Clifford David as Dr. Bruno, Alex Zuckerman as Korner Boy, Lois Foraker as Nurse Merrin, Tyra Ferrell as Nurse Blaine, James Burgess as Thomas Kintry, Kevin Corrigan as Altar Boy, Peggy Alston as Mrs. Kintry, John Durkin as Elderly Jesuit, Bobby Deren as Nurse Bierce, Jan Neuberger as Alice, Alexis Chieffet as Counter Attendant, Debra Port as Waitress, Walt MacPherson as Police Sergeant, David Dwyer as Second Police Officer, Danny Epper as Police Driver, William Preston as Old Man in Wheelchair, Chuck Kinlaw as Attendant, Demetrios Pappageorge as Casperelii, Nina Hansen as Little Old Lady, Shane Wexel as First Dream Boy (uncredited), Ryan Paul Amick as Second Dream Boy (uncredited), John Coe as Old Man in Dream (uncredited), Jodi Long as First Dream Woman (uncredited), Kathy Gerber as Second Dream Woman (uncredited), Samuel L. Jackson as Dream Blind Man (uncredited), Jan Smook as Radio Man (uncredited), Amelia Campbell as Young Girl in Dream (uncredited), Cherie Baron as Nurse, Larry King as Larry King, C. Everett Koop as Everett Koop, Patrick Ewing as Angel of Death, Clinton Brandhagen as Young Boy in Dream (uncredited), Michael Criscuolo as Mental Patient (uncredited), Cindy Cullom as Nurse (uncredited), Colleen Dewhurst as Satan (voice) (uncredited), Fabio as Angel (uncredited), Randy Aaron Fink as Student (uncredited), Jeff Henry as Angel (uncredited), Patt Noday as Hospital Ward Priest (uncredited) (unconfirmed), Manley Pope as Angel (uncredited), John Thompson as John Thompson - Georgetown Hoyas Basketball Coach (uncredited), Michael Tove as Man in Purgatory (uncredited), Brad Waller as Asylum Inmate (uncredited), Gary Wheeler as Crime Photographer (uncredited), Teresa Wright as Penitent (uncredited), Charles Edwin Powell as Patient X Possessed in lead roles.

Series Cast

George C. Scott
Lt. William 'Bill' Kinderman
Popularity:21.979

Ed Flanders
Father Joseph Kevin Dyer
Popularity:11.228

Brad Dourif
James Venamun / The Gemini Killer
Popularity:28.13

Jason Miller
Father Damien Karras / Patient X
Popularity:12.904

Nicol Williamson
Father Morning
Popularity:10.412

Scott Wilson
Dr. Temple
Popularity:16.778

Nancy Fish
Nurse Allerton
Popularity:11.832

George DiCenzo
Stedman
Popularity:10.926

Don Gordon
Ryan
Popularity:15.796

Lee Richardson
University President
Popularity:6.538

Grand L. Bush
Sergeant Atkins
Popularity:9.222

Mary Jackson
Mrs. Clelia
Popularity:7.851

Viveca Lindfors
Nurse X
Popularity:16.277

Ken Lerner
Dr. Freedman
Popularity:13.575

Tracy Thorne
Nurse Keating
Popularity:3.771

Barbara Baxley
Shirley
Popularity:12.938

Zohra Lampert
Mary Kinderman
Popularity:7.281

Harry Carey, Jr.
Father Kanavan
Popularity:9.287

Sherrie Wills
Julie Kinderman
Popularity:5.145

Edward Lynch
Patient A
Popularity:5.073

Clifford David
Dr. Bruno
Popularity:5.311

Alex Zuckerman
Korner Boy
Popularity:11.936

Lois Foraker
Nurse Merrin
Popularity:4.37

Tyra Ferrell
Nurse Blaine
Popularity:9.44

James Burgess
Thomas Kintry
Popularity:0.6

Kevin Corrigan
Altar Boy
Popularity:17.375

Peggy Alston
Mrs. Kintry
Popularity:1.38

John Durkin
Elderly Jesuit
Popularity:0.6

Bobby Deren
Nurse Bierce
Popularity:0.98

Jan Neuberger
Alice
Popularity:1.38

Alexis Chieffet
Counter Attendant
Popularity:1.048

Debra Port
Waitress
Popularity:0.6

Walt MacPherson
Police Sergeant
Popularity:7.396

David Dwyer
Second Police Officer
Popularity:9.264

Danny Epper
Police Driver
Popularity:6.839

William Preston
Old Man in Wheelchair
Popularity:2.527

Chuck Kinlaw
Attendant
Popularity:2.784

Demetrios Pappageorge
Casperelii
Popularity:0.6

Nina Hansen
Little Old Lady
Popularity:1.4

Shane Wexel
First Dream Boy (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Ryan Paul Amick
Second Dream Boy (uncredited)
Popularity:0.98

John Coe
Old Man in Dream (uncredited)
Popularity:0.611

Jodi Long
First Dream Woman (uncredited)
Popularity:16.5

Kathy Gerber
Second Dream Woman (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Samuel L. Jackson
Dream Blind Man (uncredited)
Popularity:66.154

Jan Smook
Radio Man (uncredited)
Popularity:1.4

Amelia Campbell
Young Girl in Dream (uncredited)
Popularity:3.543

Cherie Baron
Nurse
Popularity:0.98

Larry King
Larry King
Popularity:6.287

C. Everett Koop
Everett Koop
Popularity:1.102

Patrick Ewing
Angel of Death
Popularity:4.44

Clinton Brandhagen
Young Boy in Dream (uncredited)
Popularity:4.101

Michael Criscuolo
Mental Patient (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Cindy Cullom
Nurse (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Colleen Dewhurst
Satan (voice) (uncredited)
Popularity:11.196

Fabio
Angel (uncredited)
Popularity:14.811

Randy Aaron Fink
Student (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Jeff Henry
Angel (uncredited)
Popularity:4.198

Patt Noday
Hospital Ward Priest (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Popularity:3.28

Manley Pope
Angel (uncredited)
Popularity:2.392

John Thompson
John Thompson - Georgetown Hoyas Basketball Coach (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Michael Tove
Man in Purgatory (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Brad Waller
Asylum Inmate (uncredited)
Popularity:0.6

Gary Wheeler
Crime Photographer (uncredited)
Popularity:1.076

Teresa Wright
Penitent (uncredited)
Popularity:8.498

Charles Edwin Powell
Patient X Possessed
Popularity:3.517

It Crew included: Peter Lee-Thompson as Editor(Editing), William Peter Blatty as Director(Directing), William Peter Blatty as Screenplay(Writing), Gerry Fisher as Director of Photography(Camera), Carter DeHaven as Producer(Production), Todd C. Ramsay as Editor(Editing), Thom Noble as Editor(Editing), Steve Jaffe as Associate Producer(Production), James G. Robinson as Executive Producer(Production), Barry De Vorzon as Music(Sound), Joe Roth as Executive Producer(Production), Leslie Dilley as Production Design(Art), Robert C. Goldstein as Art Direction(Art), Henry Shaffer as Art Direction(Art), Hugh Scaife as Set Decoration(Art), Dana Lyman as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), Del Acevedo as Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Cydney Cornell as Hair Supervisor(Costume & Make-Up), Patricia Grande as Hairstylist(Costume & Make-Up), Paul Huntley as Wigmaker(Costume & Make-Up), Paul Stanhope Jr. as Makeup Supervisor(Costume & Make-Up), Bill Forsche as Special Effects Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Erin Koplow as Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Mike Smithson as Prosthetic Supervisor(Costume & Make-Up), Richard Van Dyke as Sound Mixer(Sound), Donlee Jorgensen as Sound Editor(Sound), Warren Hamilton Jr. as Sound Editor(Sound), Burness Dembrowski as Sound Editor(Sound), James Christopher as Sound Editor(Sound), Mike Chock as Sound Editor(Sound), Richard L. Anderson as Supervising Sound Editor(Sound), Sharon Benson as Special Effects Coordinator(Crew), William Purcell as Special Effects Coordinator(Crew), Mat Beck as Visual Effects Supervisor(Visual Effects), Jeff Burks as Animation Supervisor(Visual Effects), Abe Milrad as Visual Effects Supervisor(Visual Effects), Robert Stadd as Visual Effects Producer(Visual Effects), Joanne D'Antonio as Sound Editor(Sound), Jeffrey Hayes as Sound(Sound), Steve Maslow as Sound Re-Recording Mixer(Sound), Bob Minkler as Sound Re-Recording Mixer(Sound), Bill Varney as Sound Re-Recording Mixer(Sound), Greg Cannom as Special Effects Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Paul Baxley as Second Unit Director(Directing), Richard W. Abramitis as First Assistant Director(Directing), Sharon Gerhard as Second Assistant Director(Directing), Gary Baxley as Stunts(Crew), Daniel W. Barringer as Stunts(Crew), John Borland as Stunts(Crew), Jay C. Currin as Stunts(Crew), Dean Raphael Ferrandini as Stunts(Crew), Tom Morga as Stunts(Crew), George P. Wilbur as Stunts(Crew), Kurt D. Lott as Stunts(Crew), Chuck Waters as Stunt Double(Crew), Jim Stephan as Stunts(Crew), Jon R. Tower as Gaffer(Lighting), Lane Leavitt as Stunts(Crew), in lead roles.

Series Crew

Peter Lee-Thompson
Editor
O:Editing

William Peter Blatty
Director
O:Directing

William Peter Blatty
Screenplay
O:Writing

Gerry Fisher
Director of Photography
O:Camera

Carter DeHaven
Producer
O:Production

Todd C. Ramsay
Editor
O:Editing

Thom Noble
Editor
O:Editing

Steve Jaffe
Associate Producer
O:Production

James G. Robinson
Executive Producer
O:Production

Barry De Vorzon
Music
O:Sound

Joe Roth
Executive Producer
O:Production

Leslie Dilley
Production Design
O:Art

Robert C. Goldstein
Art Direction
O:Art

Henry Shaffer
Art Direction
O:Art

Hugh Scaife
Set Decoration
O:Art

Dana Lyman
Costume Design
O:Costume & Make-Up

Del Acevedo
Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Cydney Cornell
Hair Supervisor
O:Costume & Make-Up

Patricia Grande
Hairstylist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Paul Huntley
Wigmaker
O:Costume & Make-Up

Paul Stanhope Jr.
Makeup Supervisor
O:Costume & Make-Up

Bill Forsche
Special Effects Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Erin Koplow
Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Mike Smithson
Prosthetic Supervisor
O:Costume & Make-Up

Richard Van Dyke
Sound Mixer
O:Sound

Donlee Jorgensen
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Warren Hamilton Jr.
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Burness Dembrowski
Sound Editor
O:Sound

James Christopher
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Mike Chock
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Richard L. Anderson
Supervising Sound Editor
O:Sound

Sharon Benson
Special Effects Coordinator
O:Crew

William Purcell
Special Effects Coordinator
O:Crew

Mat Beck
Visual Effects Supervisor
O:Visual Effects

Jeff Burks
Animation Supervisor
O:Visual Effects

Abe Milrad
Visual Effects Supervisor
O:Visual Effects

Robert Stadd
Visual Effects Producer
O:Visual Effects

Joanne D'Antonio
Sound Editor
O:Sound

Jeffrey Hayes
Sound
O:Sound

Steve Maslow
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
O:Sound

Bob Minkler
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
O:Sound

Bill Varney
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
O:Sound

Greg Cannom
Special Effects Makeup Artist
O:Costume & Make-Up

Paul Baxley
Second Unit Director
O:Directing

Richard W. Abramitis
First Assistant Director
O:Directing

Sharon Gerhard
Second Assistant Director
O:Directing

Gary Baxley
Stunts
O:Crew

Daniel W. Barringer
Stunts
O:Crew

John Borland
Stunts
O:Crew

Jay C. Currin
Stunts
O:Crew

Dean Raphael Ferrandini
Stunts
O:Crew

Tom Morga
Stunts
O:Crew

George P. Wilbur
Stunts
O:Crew

Kurt D. Lott
Stunts
O:Crew

Chuck Waters
Stunt Double
O:Crew

Jim Stephan
Stunts
O:Crew

Jon R. Tower
Gaffer
O:Lighting

Lane Leavitt
Stunts
O:Crew
Snap Shot
Status: Released
Released on:
17 August 1990

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