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|Directed by:||Tom Holland|
|Written by:||Tom Holland|
|Produced by:||Herb Jaffe|
|Music by:||Brad Fiedel|
|Edited by:||Kent Beyda|
|Distributed by:||Columbia Pictures|
|Released:||August 2nd, 1985|
|Running time:||106 min.|
|Next:||Fright Night Part II (1988)|
|Chris Sarandon||Jerry Dandridge|
|William Ragsdale||Charley Brewster|
|Amanda Bearse||Amy Peterson|
|Roddy McDowall||Peter Vincent|
|Stephen Geoffreys||Evil Ed|
|Jonathan Stark||Billy Cole|
|Dorothy Fielding||Judy Brewster|
|Art J. Evans||Detective Lennox|
|Nick Savage||Bouncer #1|
|Ernie Holmes||Bouncer #2|
|Irina Irvine||Teenage girl|
|Pamela Brown||Miss Nina|
|Prince A. Hughes||Bouncer #3|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The tagline for this film is "There are good reasons to be afraid of the dark".
- Production on Fright Night began on December 3rd, 1984. Principal photography concluded on February 23rd, 1985. The shooting schedule was prolonged because William Ragsdale injured his foot while filming a scene where Charley Brewster is running down a staircase.
- The film that Charley Brewster is watching in his room is Scars of Dracula, directed by Roy Ward Baker and starring Christopher Lee.
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