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Jaws 3-D (1983)

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This third film in the series follows a group of marine biologists attempting to capture a young great white shark that has wandered into Florida's Sea World Park. However, later it is discovered that the shark's 35-foot mother is also a guest at Sea World. What follows is the shark wreaking havoc on the visitors in the park.

Director: Joe Alves
Writers: Richard Matheson, Carl Gottlieb.

Release Date: 1983-03-16
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39
Budget: $20,500,000
Revenue: $87,987,055
Production Companies : MCA Theatricals, Universal Pictures, Alan Landsburg Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1983-03-16
Status: Released
Run time: 99 min / 1:39
Budget: $20,500,000
Revenue: $87,987,055

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Casts

Dennis Quaid
as Michael 'Mike' Brody
Bess Armstrong
as Kathryn Morgan
Simon MacCorkindale
as Philip FitzRoyce
Louis Gossett, Jr.
as Calvin Bouchard
John Putch
as Sean Brody
Lea Thompson
as Kelly Ann Bukowski
P.H. Moriarty
as Jack Tate
Dan Blasko
as Dan
Liz Morris
as Liz
Lisa Maurer
as Ethel
Harry Grant
as Shelby Overman
Andy Hansen
as Silver Bullet
P.T. Horn
as Tunnel Guide
John Edson
as Bob Woodbury
Kaye Stevens
as Mrs. Kallender
Rich Valliere
as Leonard Glass
Alonzo Ward
as Fred
Cathy Cervenka
as Sherrie
Jane Horner
as Suzie
Kathy Jenkins
as Sheila
Steve Mellor
as Announcer
Ray Meunnich
as Paramedic
Les Alford
as Reporter
Gary Anstaett
as Reporter
Scott Christoffel
as Workman
Debbie Connoyer
as Screaming Skier
Mary Davis Duncan
as Reporter At Party
John Floren
as Workman
John Gaffey
as Rick
Joe Gilbert
as Mr. Brit
Will Knickerbocker
as Man in Crowd
Jackie Kuntarich
as Skier
Edward Laurie
as Tourist Dad
Holly Lisker
as Girl in Tunnel
M.J. Lloyd
as Pirate Girl
Carl Mazzocone
as Stand-off Player
Ken Olson
as Red
Ronnie Parks
as Clyde
Al Pipkin
as Mr. Bluster
Barbara Quinn
as Anxious Tunnel Person
Irene Schubert
as Reporter
August Schwartz
as Ted
Sandy Scott
as Concessionaire
Tony Shepherd
as Beer Belly on Beach
Dolores Starling
as Charlene Tutt
Tamie Steinke
as Candy
Daniel Stewart
as Ed

Crew

Directing Joe Alves Director
Writing Richard Matheson Screenplay
Writing Carl Gottlieb Screenplay
Writing Guerdon Trueblood Story
Writing Peter Benchley Novel
Production Rupert Hitzig Producer
Production David R. Kappes Associate Producer
Production Alan Landsburg Executive Producer
Production Howard Lipstone Executive Producer
Sound Alan Parker Original Music Composer
Camera James A. Contner Director of Photography
Editing Corky Ehlers Editor
Editing Randy Roberts Editor
Production Randy Stone Casting
Art Woods Mackintosh Production Design
Art Paul Eads Art Direction
Art Christopher Horner Art Direction

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