Slaughter of the Innocents (film)
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|Slaughter of the Innocents|
|Directed by||James Glickenhaus|
|Produced by||Kirsten Bates-Renaud
Frank K. Isaac
Alan M. Solomon
|Written by||James Glickenhaus|
|Music by||Joe Renzetti|
|Edited by||Kevin Tent|
|Distributed by||Shapiro Glickenhaus Entertainment|
Slaughter of the Innocents is a 1993 thriller starring Scott Glenn and Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus with supporting roles from Kevin Sorbo and Armin Shimerman. A then-unknown Aaron Eckhart has a bit part.
An FBI Agent's son assists him in catching a child-killer, who believes he's been chosen by God to be a new Noah.
- Jan Broberg Felt ... Cindy Lockerby
- Elizabeth Johnson ... Stephanie Lockerby
- Jesse Cameron-Glickenhaus ... Jesse Broderick
- Darlanne Fluegel ... Susan Broderick
- Scott Glenn ... Stephen Broderick
- Terri Hawkes ... Ellen Jenkins
- Kevin Sorbo ... John Willison
- Sheila Tousey ... Agent Lemar
- Tim Colceri ... Warden Bates
- Armin Shimerman ... Dr. Mort Seger
The movie originally aired on HBO on December 2, 1993.
In April 1994, the movie was released on videocassette and laserdisc by MCA/Universal Home Video. In 2004, the movie was released on DVD by 20th Century Fox with no bonus features. The DVD is discontinued; as of August 10, 2010, there have been no plans to release a new DVD of the film.
- Slaughter of the Innocents at the Internet Movie Database
- Slaughter of the Innocents at Rotten Tomatoes
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