Martin   (1977)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 95 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Drama, Horror
In Black and White | Color
Production Dates | 1976-08-08 ~ 1976-10-01
Release Information

Directed by | George A. Romero
Cinematography by | Michael Gornick
Edited by | George A. Romero

Starring ~ John Amplas, Lincoln Maazel, Christine Forrest

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Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Edited by
Written by
Produced by
Associate Producer
Associate Producer
Production Management
Post-production Supervisor
Original Music by
Camera & Electrical Department
Assistant Camera (as Tom Dubinsky)
Assistant Camera (as Nick Mastandrea)
Editorial Department
Post Production Assistant (as Michael Di Lauro)
Post Production Assistant
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Sound Department
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Music Department
Music Engineer
Music Arranged By
Musician: Percussions
Singer: Chant Vocals
Musician: Bass Guitar
Musician: Flute
Musician: Vibraphone & Percussions
Musician: Violin
Musician: Guitar & Voices On Percussion Improvisations
Musician: Flute
Musician: Oboe
Musician: Viola
Musician: Percussions
Musician: Cello
Musician: Vocals, Piano, Guitar, & Voices On Percussion Improvisations
Musician: Piano
Mrs. Santini
Housewife Victim
Train Victim (as Fran Middleton)
Lewis (as Al Levitsky)
Father Howard
Priest (segment "Flashback")
Woman (as Donna Siegal)
Drug Dealer #1
Drug Dealer #2
Drug Dealer #3
Man In Bathroom #1
Man In Bathroom #2
Cyclist #1
Cyclist #2
Marine #1 (as Nick Mastandrea)
Marine #2
Mrs. Anderson
Mrs. Bellini
Barry - Radio Talk Show Host (uncredited)
Woman With Baby At Ice Cream Truck (uncredited)
Cameo (uncredited)
Richard - Housewife Victim's Husband (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Financial Services
Technical Assistance
Assistant To Producer
Technical Assistance
Production Coordinator
Stunt Department
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