Snapdragon

Overview

This erotic psychological thriller marks the feature film debut of popular actress Pamela Anderson in a leading role. After two johns were murdered while having sex with a prostitute, Sergeant Peg Peckham (Chelsea Field) is transferred from the vice squad to homicide and assigned to investigate. Peg's determined to catch the killer, who could be a female serial killer, and asks her police psychologist boyfriend David Stratton (Steven Bauer) for a profile. In the meantime, David has become attracted to a new ...
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Overview

This erotic psychological thriller marks the feature film debut of popular actress Pamela Anderson in a leading role. After two johns were murdered while having sex with a prostitute, Sergeant Peg Peckham (Chelsea Field) is transferred from the vice squad to homicide and assigned to investigate. Peg's determined to catch the killer, who could be a female serial killer, and asks her police psychologist boyfriend David Stratton (Steven Bauer) for a profile. In the meantime, David has become attracted to a new patient, Felicity (Anderson), an amnesia sufferer who is having violent recurring dreams in which she murders her lovers. Although the connection to Peg's case seems obvious, Felicity doesn't fit the psychological profile, and her bombshell beauty is having an intoxicating effect on David. Snapdragon (1993) was co-written by actress Terri Treas of the Alien Nation TV series and telefilms.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/2004
  • UPC: 031398122845
  • Original Release: 1993
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 38,120

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steven Bauer David
Chelsea Field Peckham
Pamela Anderson Felicity
Matt McCoy Bernie
Kenneth Tigar Captain
Larry Manetti Lengle
Rance Howard Priest
Gloria Le Roy Nurse
Diana Lee-Hsu Professor Huan
Irene Tsu Hua
Michael Monks Grosky
Drew Snyder Coroner
Phillip Troy Mental Patient
Michael Chong Flower Seller
Glen Chin Merchant
James Wing Woo Mr. Lui
Johnny Green Policeman
Technical Credits
Worth Keeter Director
Ashok Amritraj Screenwriter
Barry Collier Executive Producer
John Hartigan Special Effects
Barbara Javitz Executive Producer
Shashana Kaplan Makeup
Cherie Ledwith Set Decoration/Design
Michael Linn Score Composer
James Mathers Cinematographer
Adriana Michel Casting
Ron Talsky Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert E. Waters Production Manager
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening [7:57]
2. Want a Date? [7:24]
3. This Is the Key [10:13]
4. Southern California Flower Market [10:16]
5. Clean Slate [9:26]
6. The Dragon's Tongue [7:49]
7. Strange Vision [5:51]
8. A Vivid Nightmare [8:56]
9. Olson's [6:21]
10. Split Personalities [11:41]
11. Dead Wrong [10:03]
12. Credits [2:44]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Access
   Lions Gate Home Entertainment Icon
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