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Friday the 13th Part 3: 3D
A New Dimension In Terror...
( Horror )


Friday the 13th Part 3: 3D Poster

MPAA Rating:
R

US Runtime: 96 min

Premiere Date:
Aug 13, 1982   [USA]
 
Director: Steve Miner
 
Writers: Ron Kurz   [characters]
Martin Kitrosser
 
Producers: Lisa Barsamian   [Executive Producer]
Tony Bishop   [Co-Producer]
Frank Mancuso Jr.   [Producer]
Peter Schindler   [Associate Producer]
 
Music by Harry Manfredini
 
Edited by: George Hively
 
Production Companys: Georgetown Productions Inc.
Jason Productions
Paramount Pictures
 


Cast:

Dana Kimmell
Chris Higgins
Paul Kratka
Rick
Richard Brooker
Jason Voorhees
David Katims
Chuck
Larry Zerner
Shelly
Tracie Savage
Debbie
Jeffrey Rogers
Andy
Catherine Parks
Vera Sanchez
Gloria Charles
Fox
Cheri Maugans
Edna Hatcher
 
Steve Susskind
Harold Hatcher
David Wiley
Abel
Perla Walter
Mrs. Sanchez
Terry Ballard
State Trooper #2
Terence McCorry
State Trooper #3
Steve Miner
Newscaster
Gianni Standaart
Newswoman
Anne Gaybis
Cashier
John Furey
Paul Holt (archive footage)
 

Crew:

Gala Autumn
assistant costumer
Terry Ballard
technical advisor
Jon Carpenter
transportation captain
Bundy Chanock
set medic
Tony Kerum
caterer
Terence McCorry
assistant to Mr. Miner
Laurel Moore
still photographer
 
Kathleen Newport
script supervisor
Bob Noland
color timer
J.B. Richner
best boy electric
Steve Slocomb
first assistant camera
Angel Trujillo
caterer
Eric Van Haren Noman
camera operator
Michael Zager
composer - title theme
 
 

Special Effects:

Makeup & Effects Laboratories (MEL) Inc.
 
Makeup Effects Laboratories Inc.
 
 

Filming Locations: (Now With Clickable Links To Location On Google Maps)

 

Tech Info:

Camera:
Arriflex Cameras - equipped with the Marks 3-Depix Converter
Color Info:
Color
Cinematographic Process:
ArriVision 3-D
Laboratory:
Movielab, USA
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Film Length:
2138 m - Sweden

Trivia:

  • Not including the scenes from "Part 2," this is the only "Friday the 13th" film when none of the characters actually say the name "Jason."
     
  • Able (the old man) is much like Crazy Ralph from the first two films.
     
  • The highest grossing 3D movie of all time.
     
  • Debbie picks up a copy of "Fangoria" and turns to an article about Tom Savini, the man responsible for the gore in some of the "Friday the 13th" films.
     
  • Dana Kimmell frequently asked Frank Mancuso Jr. to remove some of the gore and nudity that the original script included.
     


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