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Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Details

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This lightweight and slightly ribald comedy marks the feature film debut of Elvira (Cassandra Peterson), a buxom seductress best known for hosting a popular syndicated television show that features wonderfully bad old horror movies. After losing her latest job for refusing to sleep with her new boss, Elvira tries to launch a Vegas career. Just before that scheme falls flat, she finds salvation when an aunt dies and leaves her a huge old New England mansion. When the black-clad and sexy Elvira, with her flamboyant make-up and acres of cleavage hit the town, she creates an instant scandal amongst the old folks and inspires lusty dreams in the minds of the young. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

  • Release date:September 30, 1988

Cast

Cassandra Peterson
as Elvira
Edie McClurg
as Chastity Pariah
Pat Crawford Brown
as Mrs. Meeker
William Duell
as Mr. Meeker
Daniel Greene
as Bob Redding
W. Morgan Sheppard
as Vincent Talbot
Tera Hendrickson
as Featured
Phil Rubenstein
as Director
Larry "Flash" Jenkins
as Technical Director
Damita Jo Freeman
as Associate Producer
Tress MacNeille
as Anchorwoman
Edwina Moore
as Hairdresser
Mario Celario
as Rudy
Charles Woolf
as Manny
William Cort
as Lawyer/Game Show Host
Bill Cable
as Cop
John Paragon
as Gas Station Attendant
Kris Kamm
as Randy
Scott Morris
as Sean
Ira Heiden
as Bo
Bill Morey
as Mr. Rivers
Ellen Dunning
as Robin Meeker
Jeff Conaway
as Travis
Frank Collison
as Billy
Lynne Stewart
as Bartender
Deryl Carroll
as Charlie
Jack Fletcher
as Mr. Bigelow
Robert Benedetti
as Calvin Cobb
Kurt Fuller
as Mr. Clotter
Hugh Gillin
as Sheriff
Eve Smith
as Little Old Lady
Raleigh Bond
as Minister
Sebastian Russell
as Las Vegas Dancer
Read Scot
as Las Vegas Dancer
Susan Kellermann
Eve Smith
as Little Old Lady
Read Scot
as Las Vegas Dancer
Ellen Dunning
as Robin Meeker
William Cort
as Lawyer/Game Show Host
Bill Cable
as Cop
Jeff Conaway
as Travis
Kurt Fuller
as Mr. Clotter
Mario Celario
as Rudy
Tress MacNeille
as Anchorwoman
Larry "Flash" Jenkins
as Technical Director
Tera Hendrickson
as Featured
Edwina Moore
as Hairdresser
Phil Rubenstein
as Director
Sebastian Russell
as Las Vegas Dancer
Raleigh Bond
as Minister
Lynne Stewart
as Bartender
Jack Fletcher
as Mr. Bigelow
Charles Woolf
as Manny
Scott Morris
as Sean
Bill Morey
as Mr. Rivers
Kris Kamm
as Randy
Robert Benedetti
as Calvin Cobb
Deryl Carroll
as Charlie
Hugh Gillin
as Sheriff
Damita Jo Freeman
as Associate Producer
Ira Heiden
as Bo
Frank Collison
as Billy
John Paragon
as Gas Station Attendant

Crew

James Signorelli
Director
Sam Egan
Screenwriter
John Paragon
Screenwriter
Cassandra Peterson
Screenwriter
Hanania Baer
Cinematographer
Battle Davis
Editor
John F. de Cuir, Jr.
Production Designer
Mark Pierson
Co-producer
Eric Gardner
Co-producer
Joel Thurm
Supervising Producer
Michael Rachmil
Executive Producer
Bruce Gibeson
Set Designer
Beverli Eagan
Set Designer
Paul Moen
First Assistant Director
Pete Antico
Stunts
Patricia Birch
Choreography
Dennis Erdman
Casting
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