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The Monday Film: The Fog

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Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, Adrienne Barbeau, Hal Holbrook, John Houseman
Legend has it that a treasure ship lured by wreckers onto the shallows off Antonia Bay was enveloped by a strange, supernatural fog as it sank. When this fog returns, the murdered seamen will rise from their watery graves and seek vengeance. A hundred years later, on the eve of the town's centenary celebrations, a local radio station broadcasts a fog warning - the prelude to a harrowing night of terror for the people of Antonio Bay.
Screenplay by JOHN CARPENTER and DEBRA HILL
Produced by DEBRA HILL
Directed by JOHN CARPENTER 0 FILMS: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Lee Curtis
Unknown: Janet Leigh
Unknown: Adrienne Barbeau
Unknown: Hal Holbrook
Unknown: John Houseman
Unknown: Antonia Bay
Unknown: John Carpenter
Produced By: Debra Hill
Directed By: John Carpenter
Stevie: Adrienne Barbeau
Fr Malone: Hal Holbrook
Kathy Williams: Janet Leigh
Elizabeth Solley: Jamie Lee Curtis
Mr Nachen: John Houseman
Nick Castle: Tom Atkins
Sandy Fadel: Nancy Loomis
Dan O'Bannon: Charles Cyphers
Al Williams: John Goff
Andy Wayne: Ty Mitchell
Tony Wallace: George 'Buck' Flower
Major: Jay Jacobs
Sheriff Simms: John Vick

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The Monday Film: The Fog

BBC One London, 23 December 1985 21.25






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