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Darkman3

Darkman III: Die, Darkman, Die is the second direct-to-video Darkman sequel, released in 1996, the film stars Arnold Vosloo again taking the role of Darkman and Jeff Fahey as Darkman's new nemesis Peter Rooker.

CastEdit

  • Jeff Fahey - Peter Rooker
  • Arnold Vosloo - Peyton Westlake/Darkman
  • Darlanne Fluegel - Dr. Bridget Thorne
  • Roxann Dawson - Angela Rooker
  • Nigel Bennett - Nico
  • Alicia Panetta - Jenny Rooker
  • Ronn Sarosiak - Mack
  • Peter Graham - Joey
  • Shawn Doyle - Adam
  • Vieslav Krystyan - Ivan
  • Chris Adams - Whit
  • Rick Parker - E.K.
  • Joel Bissonnette - Mayo
  • John Novak - Dist. Atty. Ryan Mitchell
  • Christopher Bondy - Gibson
  • Von Flores - Johnny Lee
  • Eric Hollo - Paul Raney
  • Gino Giacomini - Beast in school play
  • Lance Paton - Narrator
  • Suzanne Primeau - Mother
  • Bob Windsor - Uncle Owen
  • Rene Beau Dean Huard - Mitchell supporter
  • Lorne Cossette - Dr. Leonard
  • Diana Platts - Diane Platts
  • Joanne Reece - Reporter #2
  • Walker Boone - Sgt. Troy
  • Brian Paul - Angry guest
  • Michelle Collins - Nurse
  • Denise Baillargeon - Female guest

TriviaEdit

  • Die, Darkman, Die was originally intended to be the first sequel to the original Darkman, but when Larry Drake became available to reprise his role of Durant, this entry was moved back until The Return of Durant had been finished and released.

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