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|Directed by||Worth Keeter|
|Written by||Gene Church
|Music by||Michael Linn|
|Edited by||Gina Mittelman|
When two men are killed while watching television, Sergeant Peckham is sent from vice squad to homicide to investigate. She has her boyfriend, police psychologist David Stratton assist her. Soon they both become involved with Felicity, an amnesiac who keeps having a recurring nightmare where she kills her lovers. They both soon start to realize Felicity's involvement with their case.
- Steven Bauer as Dr. David 'Doc' Hoogstraten
- Chelsea Field as Peckham
- Pamela Anderson as Felicity
- Matt McCoy as Bernie
- Kenneth Tigar as Captain
- Larry Manetti as Lengle
- Rance Howard as Priest
- Gloria LeRoy as Nurse (Credited as Gloria Le Roi)
- Diana Lee Hsu as Professor Huan
- Irene Tsu as Hua
- Michael Monks as Grosky
- John F. O'Donohue as Fat Man
- Phillip Troy Linger as Mental Patient
Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a rating of 0%, based on 0 reviews. Audiences give the film a 21% rating, based on 929 reviews, with an average rating of 2.4/5. Todd Gaines, using Letterboxd, wrote: "Pamela Anderson can give me mouth to mouth any day of the week. She was born for the role of CJ Parker on Baywatch. Naturally, she would progress from Playboy to Baywatch to the big screen. So, if you're going to make an erotic drama featuring one of its biggest stars; you gotta make your picture extra exciting. But, a lot of Snapdragon's sexuality is forced." Karl Williams, of The New York Times, wrote:"This erotic psychological thriller marks the feature film debut of popular actress Pamela Anderson in a leading role. Felicity (Anderson) doesn't fit the psychological profile, and her bombshell beauty is having an intoxicating effect on David."
- "Snapdragon". TCM database. Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved February 13, 2016.
- "Snapdragon". Rotten Tomatoes. Flixster. Retrieved February 13, 2016.
- Gaines, Todd. "Snapdragon 1993". Letterbox D. Retrieved February 13, 2016.
- Williams, Karl. "Snapdragon (1993)". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved February 13, 2016.
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