Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

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Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (Also known as Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers or Halloween 666: The Origin of Michael Myers) is a 1995 American slasher film directed by Joe Chappelle and written by Daniel Farrands.wikipedia
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Marianne Hagan

The film also features the first starring role by Paul Rudd and Marianne Hagan.
She is most notable for her role as Kara Strode in the 1995 horror sequel Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, which is her film debut.

List of Halloween characters

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At his aid is Tommy Doyle, a returning character from the original Halloween film.
Appears in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

Halloween (franchise)

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The sixth installment in the Halloween film series, it follows Dr. Sam Loomis coming out of retirement to face Michael Myers once more.
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) picks up the story six years after the events of The Revenge of Michael Myers.

Jamie Lloyd

Michael's niece, Jamie Lloyd, who first appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, also appears in a less prominent role. Danielle Harris, who was seventeen at the time, contacted producer Paul Freeman about reprising her role as Jamie Lloyd, and went so far as completing paperwork to become legally emancipated in order to shoot the film.
Jamie Lloyd is a fictional character in the Halloween franchise and the main protagonist of Halloween 4 and 5 and also appears in a less prominent role in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

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The plot of the film formally introduced the "Curse of Thorn", a mystical symbol that first appeared in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers and revealed in the film to be the source of Michael Myers's immortality and drive to kill.
It received negative reviews from critics upon release, and was followed by a sequel, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

Michael Myers (Halloween)

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The sixth installment in the Halloween film series, it follows Dr. Sam Loomis coming out of retirement to face Michael Myers once more.
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) takes place six years after the events of The Revenge of Michael Myers; both Jamie (J. C. Brandy) and Michael (Wilbur) have disappeared from Haddonfield.

Paul Rudd

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The film also features the first starring role by Paul Rudd and Marianne Hagan.
He also appeared in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers as Tommy Doyle, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, The Locusts, Overnight Delivery, The Object of My Affection, and 200 Cigarettes.

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A sequel, Halloween H20, was released in 1998.
The seventh installment in the Halloween franchise, it is a direct sequel to Halloween and Halloween II, dismissing the events that take place in the sequels Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Donald Pleasence

The film stars Donald Pleasence in his final film appearance.
He reprised his Dr. Sam Loomis role in Halloween II (1981), Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988), Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

Dimension Films

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The film was distributed by Miramax's Dimension Films opening in the fall of 1995, earning $7.3 million during its opening weekend, coming in second to the New Line Cinema thriller Seven.
In 1995, Dimension acquired the rights to the Halloween film series, releasing the sixth installment Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers in September that year.

Keith Bogart

He is best known for his role in the horror film Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Bradford English

He is best known in the horror film community for his role in the 1995 horror movie Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers as John Strode.

Mariah O'Brien

She made her film debut in the drama Gas, Food, Lodging (1992) and later appeared in the horror film Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

George P. Wilbur

Stunt performer George P. Wilbur, who portrayed Michael in the fourth installment, reprised his role as Michael Myers.
At 6 ft 2 inches (188 cm) Wilbur played Michael Myers in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.

Janice Knickrehm

Janice Knickrehm (June 4, 1925 – January 23, 2013) was an American actress who appeared in numerous Salt Lake City-based film productions, and is perhaps best known for her role in the film Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, as Ms. Blankenship.

Kim Darby

Among her many films are True Grit, in which she played a fourteen-year-old when she was twenty-one years of age; The Strawberry Statement (1970) ; Norwood (1970);The One and Only (1978) ; Better Off Dead (1985); and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

J. C. Brandy

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Actress J. C. Brandy was cast as Harris's replacement.
Among her roles she has appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation playing the role of Ensign Marta Batanides in the episode "Tapestry", CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Strong Medicine, What Lies Beneath (2000), Silk Stalkings and played Jamie Lloyd in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

Samuel Loomis

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The sixth installment in the Halloween film series, it follows Dr. Sam Loomis coming out of retirement to face Michael Myers once more.
In Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995), Loomis has retired and moved to a hut on the outskirts of Haddonfield, where he lives as a hermit.

Danielle Harris

Danielle Harris, who was seventeen at the time, contacted producer Paul Freeman about reprising her role as Jamie Lloyd, and went so far as completing paperwork to become legally emancipated in order to shoot the film.
In 1995, Harris learned that the producers of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers were looking for an actress over the age of 18 to play the role of Jamie Lloyd.

Laurie Strode

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In Haddonfield, Tommy Doyle, whom Laurie Strode babysat in 1978, now lives in a boarding house run by Mrs. Blankenship.
The character of Jamie would go on to reappear in two more Halloween sequels, while Laurie's adopted cousin Kara (Marianne Hagan) and her family appear in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

Susan Swift

Her final film appearance came in 1995, when she starred in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, with Donald Pleasence, Paul Rudd and Marianne Hagan.

Leo Geter

Leo Geter is an American character actor who has appeared in many films, including the 1984 hit Footloose, as well as Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), No Way Out (1987), Near Dark (1987), In Love and War (1987), Slaughter of the Innocents (1993), The Stand (1994), and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995).

Brother Cane

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The music of Alabama-based rock band Brother Cane was featured throughout the movie.
Their song "And Fools Shine On" from their second album, Seeds, stayed at #1 on Billboard Rock Charts for six weeks and was included in the soundtrack for Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers in 1995, as well as three other songs, "Hung on a Rope", "20/20 Faith", and "Horses & Needles".

Seeds (Brother Cane album)

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The music came from their 1995 release Seeds on Virgin Records.
That same year, "Fools Shine On" was featured on the Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers soundtrack.

Mitchell Ryan

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For the role of Dr. Terence Wynn, Mitchell Ryan was cast, based on his performance in Lethal Weapon (1987); Farrands originally urged the producers to cast Christopher Lee, having had the veteran horror actor in mind when writing the character.
In 1995, he appeared in Judge Dredd and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers as Dr. Terence Wynn (played by Robert Phalen in the original Halloween film).