A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child


1h 30m 1989

Brief Synopsis

Alice is dealing with numerous problems: high school graduation, a long-term relationship, an illegitimate pregnancy, and - of course - Mr. Freddy Krueger. This time, Krueger finds a new point of entry in the persistent dream state of Alice's unborn child, allowing him to taunt Alice even when she's

Film Details

Also Known As
Freddy 5 - L'enfant du cauchemar, Freddy V: l'enfant du cauchemar, Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, Terror på Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
ALLIANCE RELEASING/NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

Alice is dealing with numerous problems: high school graduation, a long-term relationship, an illegitimate pregnancy, and - of course - Mr. Freddy Krueger. This time, Krueger finds a new point of entry in the persistent dream state of Alice's unborn child, allowing him to taunt Alice even when she's awake.

Crew

Stuart M. Abramson

Dolly Grip

Gino Acevedo

Visual Effects

Bret Alexander

Modelmaker

Aaron Anderson

Carpenter

Tony Anderson

Best Boy Grip

Marc Arcolio

Mechanical Special Effects

Jim Aupperle

Dp/Cinematographer

Jim Aupperle

Director Of Photography

Elena Azuola

Production Accountant

Robert D Bailey

Titles And Opticals

John Baldwin

Carpenter

Bobbi Banks

Assistant Sound Editor

Christopher Bardin

Painter

Barbara Barnaby

Adr Editor

James R Barrows

Sculptor

Susan Bazarsky

Assistant

David Beck

Swing Gang

Charles Belardinelli

Mechanical Special Effects

Tom Bellissimo

Mechanical Special Effects

Annette Benson

Casting

Kevin Benson

Music Supervisor

Paul Berg

Prosthetics

Howard Berger

Visual Effects Supervisor

Beverly Bernacki

Titles And Opticals

Charles Bernstein

Theme Music

Doug Beswick

Visual Effects Supervisor

Chris Biggs

Mechanical Special Effects

Bill Black

Music Editor

Bryan Blair

Visual Effects

Ella St John Blakey

Carpenter

Kim Blanchette

Animator

Donald Blanks

Carpenter

Kirk Bloom

Production Assistant

Oliver Bodnar

Stand-In

Les Bohem

Story By

Les Bohem

Screenplay

Roger Borelli

Mechanical Special Effects

Stephen Robb Bradshaw

Assistant Camera

Brent Brewington

Boom Operator

Betzy Bromberg

Titles And Opticals

Edmund Brown

Mechanical Special Effects

Marietta Brown

Art Assistant

Mindy Brown

Painter

Mel Bucholz

Other

James Doug Burch

Carpenter

Teresa Burkett

Mechanical Special Effects

Helen M Caldwell

Script Supervisor

John C Cales

Carpenter

Hank Calia

Stunt Player

Camille Calvet

Mechanical Special Effects

Yancy Calzada

Animator

Mark Cane

Best Boy Electric

David T Cannon

Construction Coordinator

Robert Carmody

Carpenter

Russell Carpenter

Director Of Photography

Russell Carpenter

Dp/Cinematographer

Marsha Carrington

Animator

Jim Carroll

Grip

Rik Carter

Sculptor

David S Cass

Assistant Director

Mike Cassidy

Stunt Coordinator

Dobrila De Castro

Art Department Coordinator

Elijah Chkeiban

Assistant Sound Editor

Ellsworth Chou

Electrician

David Clayter

Electrician

Steve Coatney

Assistant Director

Helen Cohen

Effects Coordinator

William Cole

Painter

Chuck Comisky

Unit Production Manager

Chuck Comisky

Mechanical Special Effects

William Conner

Titles And Opticals

Laura Cornelius

Art Department

Andre Costa

Electrician

Barry Crane

Models

Wes Craven

Characters As Source Material

Dave Cretsinger

Electrician

Dan Curry

Main Title Design

Anna Czerwatiuk

On-Set Dresser

Diane D'ortenzio

Mechanical Special Effects

Dennis J Dale

Modelmaker

Christine Danelski

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Crisstyn Dante

Stunt Double

Vincent Dedrick

Stunt Player

Foster Denker

Gaffer

Kevin Depee

Carpenter

M Dewese

Song

Bruce Dickinson

Song Performer

Bruce Dickinson

Song

Cesar Diez Alava

Props

Lisa Doering

Visual Effects

Ruben Domingo

Assistant Sound Editor

Mark Donaldson

Stunt Player

Dermit Downs

Grip

Dean Drabin

Foley Mixer

Jackie Dragon

Assistant Director

Randy Dudley

Assistant Director

George Dunn

Carpenter

Giles Dunning

Camera Assistant

Lynne Eagan

Hair

Charlie Edwards

Grip

Terry J Edwards

Assistant Director

Ryan Effner

Mechanical Special Effects

Roy Eisenbrey

Swing Gang

Mike Elizalde

Visual Effects

Mike Elizalde

Sculptor

Andre Ellingson

Digital Effects Supervisor

Earl Ellis

Sculptor

Stephanie Epper

Stunt Player

Catherine Ernst

Painter

Ed Fassl

Sound Effects Editor

Don Feeney

Driver

Joseph R. Feeney

Transportation Coordinator

Jay Ferguson

Music Composer

Joe Fineman

Post-Production Supervisor

Arnold Finkelstein

Sound Effects Editor

F Kelly Finn

Painter

Sue Finnegan

On-Set Dresser

Robert C Fisher

Gaffer

Robert Fitzgerald

Supervising Sound Editor

Jimmy Flores

Carpenter

Thom Floutz

Makeup Designer

Samantha Fox

Song Performer

Rick Franklin

Sound Effects Editor

Jammie Friday

Animator

Buddy Fries

Camera Assistant

Darcie Frye

Mechanical Special Effects

Bruce Fuller

Sculptor

Bill Gallarza

Carpenter

Mark Garbarino

Prosthetics

Albert Gasser

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Joan Geduld

Best Boy Electric

Spencer Gill

Titles And Opticals

Thomas D Gleason

Modelmaker

Gerd Gless

Carpenter

Jeffrey Gottlieb

Apprentice Editor

Batia Grafka

Property Master

Stephen Gray

Swing Gang

Timothy Gray

Art Director

Bill Greenburg

Electrician

Julia Guild

Production Accountant

Nedra Hainey

Makeup

Zoe Hale

Costumer

Marlin Hall

Key Grip

Todd Hall

Titles And Opticals

John Harian

Electrician

Allen Hartz

Sound Effects Editor

Rupert Harvey

Producer

John Hately

Stunt Player

Kurt Hathaway

Apprentice Editor

Lorraine Heitzmann

Painter

Mecki Heussen

Visual Effects

Eddie Hice

Stunt Player

John Higbie

Assistant Camera

Robyn Jacobs

Effects Coordinator

Chris Jargo

Adr Editor

Mary Jasionowski

Assistant Production Coordinator

Peter Jensen

Steadicam Operator

Scott Jester

Carpenter

John Jockinsen

Set Decorator

Jake Johnson

Carpenter

Lynette Johnson

Costumes

Lynn Johnson

Scenic Artist

Ted Johnston

Foley Editor

Yvonne Johnston

Stunt Player

C Joiner

Song

Adam Jones

Visual Effects

Dan Kearns

Best Boy Electric

Ric Keeley

Assistant Editor

Karen Keener

Mechanical Special Effects

Kathryn Miles Kelly

Makeup

Steve Kelso

Stunt Player

Patrick Kerner

Carpenter

Hubie Kerns Jr.

Stunt Player

Jeffrey J Kiehlbauch

Production Coordinator

Juliette King

Assistant Camera

Kurt Klapproth

Carpenter

Chris Ksanznak

Assistant Sound Editor

Ron Kunecke

Lighting Technician

Allen Kupetsky

Assistant Director

Peter Kuran

Visual Effects Producer

Robert Kurtzman

Visual Effects Supervisor

Kevin Kutchaver

Animator

Reginald Lake

Consultant

Paul Lane

Stunt Player

R J Lange

Song

Rolf Larson

Mechanical Special Effects

Rick Lazzarini

Visual Effects

Larry Lee

Carpenter

Mara Lee

Set Production Assistant

Michael Leshnov

Photography

Peter Levy

Dp/Cinematographer

Peter Levy

Director Of Photography

Douglas B Lidz

Carpenter

Robert J Litt

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Karen Loberg

On-Set Dresser

Super Loopers

Sound

David Lowery

Storyboard Artist

John H Lucasey

Stunt Player

Joshua Lusby

Painter

Mark Maitre

Sculptor

Film Details

Also Known As
Freddy 5 - L'enfant du cauchemar, Freddy V: l'enfant du cauchemar, Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, Terror på Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
ALLIANCE RELEASING/NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 11, 1989

Began shooting April 7, 1989.

Actor Robert Englund appears sans makeup as one of the 100 maniacs who rapes Freddy's nun mother.

Released in United States Summer August 11, 1989