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Late Late Horror: Bug


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Starring Bradford Dillman, Joanna Miles

After an earthquake strikes a small American town, a strange species of fire-raising bug emerges from a deep rift in the ground.
Bradford Dillman stars as the obsessed scientist whose attempt to tamper with nature leads to even greater disaster.
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Screenplay/Producer: William Castle
Screenplay: Thomas Page
Based on the novel "The Hephaestus Plague" by: Thomas Page
Director: Jeannot Szwarc
James Parmiter: Bradford Dillman
Carrie Parmiter: Joanna Miles
Gerald Metbaum: Richard Gilliland
Norma Tacker: Jamie Smith Jackson
Mark Ross: Alan Fudge
Tom Tacker: Jesse Vint
Sylvia Ross: Patty McCormack
Charlie: Brendan Dillon
Henry Tacker: Fred Downs
The Rev Kern: James Greene
Kenny Tacker: Jim Poyner
Taxi driver: Sam Jarvis
Security guard: Bard Stevens

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Late Late Horror: Bug

BBC One London, 4 May 1985 23.20

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