The Lair of the White Worm


1h 34m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A terrifying legend comes true after a discovery in an ancient ruin, and a female vampire is unleashed.

Film Details

Also Known As
Lair of the White Worm, Le Repaire du ver blanc, Repaire du ver blanc, Le
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc
Distribution Company
Vestron Pictures; Vestron Video
Location
England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

A terrifying legend comes true after a discovery in an ancient ruin, and a female vampire is unleashed.

Crew

Ray Beckett

Sound Recording Mixer

Jeremy Bolt

Assistant (To Ronaldo Vasconcellos)

Richard Brierley

Other

Robin Browne

Camera Operator

Dick Bush

Director Of Photography

John Chandler

Boom Operator

Imogen Claire

Choreography

Abbi Collins

Stunt Man (Eva Trent)

Stuart Conrand

Modeler

Paul Conway

Sound Editor Assistant

Clive Coote

Stills

Martin Coulier

Modeler

Lesley Cross

Script Supervisor

Peter Davies

Editor

Ben Davis

Camera Assistant

Karen Edwards

Hairdresser

Peter Elford

Location Manager

Mark Ellis

Key Grip

Peter Ettedgui

Assistant (To Ken Russell)

Ian Fleming

Music Arranger

Ian Fleming

Music Recording (Bagpipe)

Sabina Fletcher

Production Assistant

John R Foster

Camera Assistant

Nigel Galt

Sound Editor

Neill Gorton

Modeler

Christopher Hall

1st Assistant Director

Cordelia Hardy

3rd Assistant Director

Bob Harman

Other

Jenny Hawkins

Wardrobe Assistant

Nick Heckstall-smith

2nd Assistant Director

Ron Higgins

Props (Standby)

Joe Illing

1st Assistant Editor

Dan Ireland

Executive Producer

Michael Jeffrey

Costume Designer

David B A Jones

Other

Laura Julian

Production Manager

Arland Junkermann

Modeler

Kate Kilroy

Production Buyer

Tony Lawrence

Editor (Video)

Jack Lorenz

Executive In Charge Of Production

Sarah Lucraft

Accountant Assistant

Emilio Perez Machado

Song Arranger

Emilio Perez Machado

Song Performer ("The D'Ampton Worm")

Adrian Martin

Editor (Video)

Eddie Mcmahon

Props (Standby)

Pam Meager

Chief Makeup

Ray Merrin

Sound Rerecording Mixer Assistant

Chrissy Monk

Stunt Man (Lady Sylvia)

Liz Moss

Makeup

Diane Murphy

Wardrobe Assistant

Kate Murray

Modeler

Steve Parker

Other

Rodney Pincott

Property Master

Harry Pitch

Music Recording (Harmonica)

Geoff Portass

Special Makeup Effects Designer

Geoff Portass

Special Creative Effects Designer

Stephan Powys

Song Performer ("The D'Ampton Worm")

Stephan Powys

Song Arranger

William J Quigley

Executive Producer

John F Ralph

Art Direction

Jim Roddan

Sound Editor (Footsteps)

Bill Rowe

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ken Russell

Screenwriter

Ken Russell

Producer

Rupert Ryle-hodges

2nd Assistant Director

Simon Sayce

Special Makeup Effects Supervisor

Simon Sayce

Special Creative Effects Supervisor

Matthew Sharp

Production Runner

Wayne Smith

2nd Assistant Editor

Stuart St Paul

Stunt Coordinator

Gail Stevens

Casting Director

Bram Stoker

Source Material (From Novel)

Stanislas Syrewicz

Music

Anne Tilby

Set Designer

Chris Townsend

Set Dresser

Will Tyler

Production Accountant

Ronaldo Vasconcellos

Line Producer

Cliff Wallace

Modeler

Richard Wells

Sound Department

Brian West

Props Store

Winnie Wishart

Production Coordinator

Film Details

Also Known As
Lair of the White Worm, Le Repaire du ver blanc, Repaire du ver blanc, Le
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc
Distribution Company
Vestron Pictures; Vestron Video
Location
England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States August 29, 1988

Released in United States Fall October 21, 1988

Released in United States January 1989

Released in United States October 11, 1988

Released in United States October 1988

Released in United States on Video May 10, 1989

Released in United States September 18, 1988

Released in United States September 1988

Shown at Avoriaz International Fantasy Film Festival in France January 1989.

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 18, 1988.

Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 30 & 31, 1988.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival, California October 11, 1988.

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 29, 1988.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.

Released in United States on Video May 10, 1989

Released in United States August 29, 1988 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 29, 1988.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.)

Released in United States September 18, 1988 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 18, 1988.)

Released in United States October 1988 (Shown at Chicago International Film Festival October 30 & 31, 1988.)

Released in United States January 1989 (Shown at Avoriaz International Fantasy Film Festival in France January 1989.)

Released in United States October 11, 1988 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival, California October 11, 1988.)

Released in United States Fall October 21, 1988