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Hell Comes To Frogtown (Special Edition)

Release Date: 7/10/2001
MSRP: $24.98

Studio: Anchor Bay

Year: 1987

Run Time: 86 minutes

Rating: R

Starring: Sandahl Bergman, Roddy Piper, Nicholas Worth, Rory Calhoun, William Smith, Cec Verrill

Directed by: R.J. Kizer, Donald G. Jackson

   Movie Summary: [Sci-Fi/Fantasy]

    In the radioactive wasteland of the future, Sam Hell is one of the last fertile men on the planet. But when Hell is seized by a female organization intent on repopulating, he is sent on a deadly mission to rescue--and impregnate--a group of beautiful women held captive by the violent bipedal amphibian leader of Frogtown. Can Sam control his loaded weapon without shocking consequences? Who will survive The Dance Of The Three Snakes? And will the female sex ultimately get their fill of Hell? This sci-fi action comedy cult favorite spawned two sequels and proved that even in a hostile mutant environment, love (and chainsaws) can make the world a better place.


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Widescreen: 1.85:1, Enhanced for 16X9 TVs, Color, Stereo, Closed Captioned

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Audio Commentary by director Donald G. Jackson, writer Randall Frakes, Trailer

Last Updated: Thursday, May 31, 2001

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