Leprechaun 2


1h 26m 1994

Brief Synopsis

One thousand years after the Leprechaun killed so many in search of his stolen pot of gold, he returns to search for a wife. He finds a likely candidate, but when her boyfriend steals one of his coins, the Leprechaun begins to kill again.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1994
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Synopsis

One thousand years after the Leprechaun killed so many in search of his stolen pot of gold, he returns to search for a wife. He finds a likely candidate, but when her boyfriend steals one of his coins, the Leprechaun begins to kill again.

Crew

John-seven Acoglia

Location Manager

Mark Amin

Executive Producer

Monica Anderson

Assistant Camera Operator

Gabe Bartalos

Special Makeup Effects

Donald P Borchers

Producer

Blain Brown

Camera Operator

Blain Brown

Photography

Kurt Bryant

Stunt Coordinator

Jane Castle

Director Of Photography

Alan Caudillo

Assistant Camera Operator

Dave Chameides

Steadicam Operator

Alexander Cole

Assistant Art Director

Scott Coulter

Other

Lowell D Cox

Unit Production Manager

Lowell Dean Cox

Production Accountant

Douglas Crise

Assistant Editor

Marita Deleon

Costume Supervisor

Thomas Dewier

Stunts

Tita Dosson

Script Supervisor

Ross Dunkerley

Best Boy

Carl Dupre

Apprentice

Randal P Earnest

Props

Bernhard Eichholz

Makeup

Jonathan Elias

Music Producer

Jonathan Elias

Music

Scott Elias

Music Producer

David Fitzpatrick

Props Assistant

Gergely Fonyo

Assistant Camera Operator

Linda Francis

Casting

Elisabeth Fry

Makeup Artist

Richard Gentner

Editor

Arturo Gil

Stunts

Roy E Harrison

Stunts

Paul Janossy

Assistant Camera Operator

Meta Jardine

Costume Designer

Mark Jones

Characters As Source Material

Mark Jones

Coproducer

Adam Kane

Camera Operator

Claire Kaufman

Art Director

Bob Kay

Assistant Director

Chanthou Sam Kozberg

Costumes

Chad Leeper

Production Supervisor

Amy Lippman

Other

Carlos Lopez

Assistant Editor

Malou Magnusson

Costumes

Greg Maselli

Key Grip

Todd Masters

Special Makeup Effects

Paolo Mazzucato

Visual Effects Supervisor

Paolo Mazzucato

Producer

Cole Mckay

Stunts

Turi Meyer

Screenplay

David M Moir

Photography

James Morioka

Apprentice

Brian Moss

Boom Operator

Oliver L Moss

Sound Mixer

Jason Nunes

On-Set Dresser

Doug O'neil

Stunts

Gabrielle Pfauter-o'neill

Camera Assistant

Wayne Phelan

Makeup

Blake Pike

Key Grip

Michael Prescott

Coproducer

John R Priese

Gaffer

William L Rice

Production Supervisor

Page Rosenberg-marvin

Production Coordinator

Christopher Roth

Editor

Melisa Renee Sanchez

Script Supervisor

Alfredo Septien

Screenplay

Dave Snyder

Makeup

Michael Sweet

Music Producer

Jamie Thompson

Director Of Photography

Anthony Tremblay

Production Designer

Mary A Williams

Makeup Assistant

Ray Zimmerman

Production Manager

Eddie H Ziv

Assistant Director

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1994
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 31, 1994

Released in United States Spring April 8, 1994

Sequel to Mark Jones' "Leprechaun" (USA/1992), in which the ageless, malevolent creature seeks a beautiful young bride in contemporary Southern California.

Began shooting November 19, 1993.

Completed shooting December 15, 1993.

Released in United States Spring April 8, 1994

Released in United States on Video August 31, 1994