|US Release Date||03/04/1988|
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|David L Snyder||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Linda DeScenna||Set Decorator||n/a||165||9000002|
|Thomas Ackerman||Director of Photography||director of photography 2nd unit||120780||6000003|
|Donald M McAlpine||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Don Burgess||Director of Photography||director of photography 2nd unit||120780||6000002|
|Joe Wood||Art Director||art direction||183||9000003|
|Charles J.D. Schlissel||Assistant||(to producers)||120820||25000001|
|Terry Leonard||Second Unit Director||n/a||412||25000002|
|Richard Miller Ellis||Stunt Coordinator||n/a||120804||19000001|
|Al Overton Jr.||Sound||n/a||120816||14000002|
|Deborah L Scott||Costume Designer||n/a||169||13000001|
|Marty Ewing||Assistant Director||n/a||163||5000002|
|Kim Kurumada||Unit Production Manager||n/a||182||5000001|
|King Kong Bundy||Actor||Gorgo||1||1000006|
|Stacey Dash||Actor||Casey Pear||1||1000007|
|Raphael Harris||Actor||Marshall Pear||1||1000008|
|Randy Quaid||Actor||Frank/Cornell Crawford||1||1000005|
|Dana Carvey||Actor||Brad Williams||1||1000004|
|Beverly Todd||Actor||Monica Pear||1||1000002|
|Dave Thomas||Actor||Gary Marcus||1||1000003|
|Ishmael Harris||Actor||Randy Pear||1||1000009|
|Kim Kurumada||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000002|
|Richard Pryor||Actor||Arlo Pear||1||1000001|
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