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Stephen King's It

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Tim Curry graduates from Rocky Horror to pure terror as the evil force that takes on the human shape of a children's clown in this two-part adaptation of Stephen King's 1986 bestseller.
Olivia Hussey (Romeo and Juliet, Death on the Nile), Richard Masur (Under Fire, Risky Business), John Ritter (The Waltons), Richard Thomas, Harry Anderson and Annette O'Toole head the superior cast in this spine-tingling thriller about a New England town plagued by the resurgence of a wave of child-killings.
Thirty years after It first preyed on their schoolfriends, the seven now successful adults who drove out the monster before must face up to their personal nightmares and unite to have a hope of ridding It's presence for good.
The concluding part can be seen tomorrow at 9.30pm.
(Stereo) (Subtitles)
See Horror Special pages 28-35

Contributors

Author: Stephen King
Bill Benbrough: Richard Thomas
Pennywise: Tim Curry
Mike Hanlon: Tim Reid
Ben Hanscom: John Ritter
Beverly Marsh: Annette O'Toole
Richie Tozier: Harry Anderson
Eddie Kaspbrak: Dennis Christopher
Stanley Uris: Richard Masur
Audra: Olivia Hussey
Young Bill: Jonathan Brandis
Young Beverly: Emily Perkins
Young Richie: Seth Green
Young Ben: Brandon Crane
Young Eddie: Adam Faraizl
Young Stanley: Ben Heller
Young Mike: Marlon Taylor
Henry Bowers: Jarred Blancard
Belch: Drum Garrett
Mrs Kaspbrak: Sheila Moore

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