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|Trick or Treats|
|Title:||Trick or Treats|
|Directed by:||Gary Graver|
|Written by:||Gary Graver|
|Produced by:||Lee Thornburg; Gary Graver; Caruth C. Byrd|
|Edited by:||Gary Graver|
|Distributed by:||American Video; Lone Star Pictures International|
|Released:||October 29th, 1982|
|Running time:||91 min.|
Trick or Treats is a 1982 holiday-themed horror film done in the style of John Carpenter's 1978 classic Halloween. The movie was written, shot, edited and directed by adult film maker Gary Graver and features Graver's son, Chris, in the lead role of would-be child victim Christopher. The plot of the film centers around an escaped lunatic who terrorizes Chris and his babysitter Linda.
|Carrie Snodgress||Joan O'Keefe Adams|
|Steve Railsback||The boyfriend|
|Dan Pastorini||Man in white shorts|
|Tim Rossovich||Man in white shorts|
|John Blyth Barrymore||Mad doctor|
|Catherine E. Coulson||Nurse Reeves|
|Owen Orr||Shakespearean actor|
|Helen Kelly||Woman at the hospital|
Notes & Trivia
- The tagline to this film is "When Halloween night stopped being fun!"
- Trick or Treats takes a lot of cues from the more popularly known 1978 film, Halloween, directed by John Carpenter.
- Director Gary Graver is also known for directing and cinematography work in the adult film industry under the name Robert McCallum.
- Actor David Carradine is a famous actor best known for playing the role of Kwai Chang Caine in the Kung Fu television series. He also appeared in the 1982 film Q and the 1991 comedy, Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat.
- Orson Welles is credited as "magical consultant" on this film.