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* Saturday Night Horror: Stephen King's Cujo

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starring Dee Wallace
Christopher Stone
Castle Rock is a sleepy New England town.
A place where families can live in peace.
But today Cujo, a full-grown St Bernard, isn't feeling peaceful. The bite on his nose is infected, and he has developed a violent fear of water and a vicious temper. And now one Castle Rock family has something more than a broken-down car to worry about - a 200lb rabid monster called Cujo whose one purpose in life is to rip them apart....
Screenplay by DON CARLOS DUNAWAY and LAUREN CURRIER
Based on the novel by STEPHEN KING Produced by BLATT SINGER Directed by LEWIS TEAGUE
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown: Dee Wallace
Unknown: Christopher Stone
Unknown: Don Carlos Dunaway
Unknown: Lauren Currier
Novel By: Stephen King
Produced By: Blatt Singer
Directed By: Lewis Teague
Donna Trenton: Dee Wallace
Tad Trenton: Danny Pintauro
Vic: Daniel Hugh-Kelly
Steve: Christopher Stone
Joe Camber: Ed Lauter
Charity Camber: Kaiulani Lee
Brett Camber: Billy Jacoby
Gary Pervier: Mills Watson

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* Saturday Night Horror: Stephen King's Cujo

BBC One London, 24 October 1987 23.50






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