From the Dead of Night


2h 1989

Brief Synopsis

A two-part miniseries in which fashion designer Joanna Darby narrowly escapes accidental death only to be terrorized by strangers who seem bent on her destruction, but who end up dying themselves. In each case, the official death records list two different causes and times of death. Seeking help, Jo

Film Details

Also Known As
Walkers
Release Date
1989
Location
Southern California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A two-part miniseries in which fashion designer Joanna Darby narrowly escapes accidental death only to be terrorized by strangers who seem bent on her destruction, but who end up dying themselves. In each case, the official death records list two different causes and times of death. Seeking help, Joanna visits a psychic and learns she is being pursued by six beings who have crossed the line between life and death and who want to reclaim her as one of their own. Terrified, she finds herself in a desperate race against time and the unknown.

Crew

Michael Amundsen

Assistant Editor

Allan Apone

Makeup

Dorothy Baca

Costume Designer

Virginia Barkley

Other

John Black

Director Of Photography

John Black

Camera Operator

Brad Blake

Post-Production Supervisor

William Bleich

Screenplay

Bradley J Bovee

Stunts

Gary Brandner

Source Material (From Novel)

Jan Brandon

Hair Stylist

Bill Brao

Assistant Camera Operator

Jody Brockway

Coproducer

Michael W. Broomer

Transportation Captain

Gae S. Buckley

Art Director

Buzz Bundy

Stunts

Jan A Campbell

Production Accountant

Donna D Casey

Costumes

Cynthia Charette

Art Director

Kenny S Christiansen

Best Boy

Chuck Clow

Stunts

Steven Cohen

Editor

Christopher Cooke

Editor

Wally Crowder

Stunts

Wally Crowder

Stunt Coordinator

Ronald B. Dinson

Transportation Coordinator

Willie Dreyfus

Production Assistant

Mike Fenton

Casting

Ed Fine

Assistant Camera Operator

Jeff Gantman

Assistant

Joseph Geisinger

Sound Mixer

Brad Gensurowsky

Titles

Paul D Goldman

Post-Production Assistant

Lynda Gordon

Casting

Reatha Grey

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Penny Hadfield

Production Designer

Bernd Heinl

Director Of Photography

Christina Hills

Titles

Miriam Holder Jacobs

Production Coordinator

Victor Hsu

Assistant Director

James Jensen

Assistant Camera Operator

Eric P Jones

Assistant Director

Robert Keller

Stunts

David Kelson

Sound Mixer

Kathryn Kimler

Stunts

Mark Kusy

Props Assistant

John Lasalandra

Music Editor

Elaine Lipton

Assistant Location Manager

Alan Macrae

Foreman

Bobby Maisto

Construction Coordinator

Jacqueline Masson

Assistant Set Decorator

Robert K Maxfield

Boom Operator

Brian Mclaughlin

Photography

Gil Melle

Music Supervisor

Gil Melle

Music

Cheri Minns

Makeup

Pattie Moon

Set Costumer

Jeff Okabayashi

Assistant Director

Mark Pacho

Props Assistant

Maurice Palinski

Costumes

Cheri Paul

Property Master

Steve Pears

Assistant Camera Operator

James Perry

Post-Production Assistant

Marthe Pineau

Set Decorator

Jeff Porrello

Other

Joseph 'jo Jo' Presson

Dolly Grip

Hans Proppe

Executive Producer

Eric L Roberts

Craft Service

Mark Romano

Accounting Assistant

John R Savka

Key Grip

Bradford Scherick

Assistant Editor

Todd Schneider

Assistant

John Scott

Stunts

Danielle M Simpson

On-Set Dresser

S Phillip Sparks

Camera Operator

John Spence

Assistant Editor

Judy Taylor

Casting

Tim Trella

Stunts

Toni-ann Walker

Hair Stylist

Carole A Wattles

Accounting Assistant

Barbara Way

Other

Julie Weiss

Special Thanks To

Jordan Wendkos

Camera Trainee

Lee Weyman

Production Manager

Spice Williams

Stunts

John Zumpano

Gaffer

Film Details

Also Known As
Walkers
Release Date
1989
Location
Southern California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States February 27, 1989

Aired in United States February 28, 1989

Released in United States on Video October 14, 1992

Previous title: "The Walkers."

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