Pandemonium (1982 film)

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This article is about the 1982 film. For the 2000 film, see Pandaemonium (film).
Pandemonium
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Directed by Alfred Sole
Produced by Doug Chapin
Written by Jaime Klein
Richard Whitley
Starring Carol Kane
Phil Hartman
Judge Reinhold
Tom Smothers
Eileen Brennan
Paul Ruebens
Candice Azzara
Eve Arden
Music by Dana Kaproff
Cinematography Michel Hugo
Edited by Eric Jenkins
Production
company
United Artists
Krost/Chapin Productions
TMC Venture
Distributed by MGM/UA Entertainment Company
Release date
1982
Country United States
Language English

Pandemonium is a 1982 comedy film spoofing horror movies. It had an ensemble cast including Eileen Brennan, Phil Hartman, Tab Hunter, Carol Kane, David Lander, Eve Arden, Paul Reubens, and Tom Smothers.[1]

The film went into production under the working title of Thursday the 12th,[2] and was the last feature in which Arden appeared.[3]

Premise[edit]

Somebody is killing cheerleaders at a camp, and a Royal Canadian Mountie named Cooper tries to solve the case.

Cast[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pandemonium". The New York Times. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
  2. ^ "At the Movies: 'Off Beat' perils of Judge Reinhold in N.Y.". Philadelphia Inquirer. April 13, 1986. p. J02 (Features / Entertainment / Art). Retrieved June 21, 2011. (registration required (help)). There was also Thursday the 12th, a comic horror parody that Reinhold says, with evident relief, is confined to the vaults at MGM. 
  3. ^ Karol, Michael (2006). "Eve Arden". Sitcom Queens: Divas of the Small Screen. iUniverse. p. 6. ISBN 0-595-40251-8. Retrieved June 16, 2011. 

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