In this classic yet still creepy horror film, strangers hold up in a rural Pennsylvania farmhouse and battle constant attacks from dead locals who have been brought back to life by mysterious radiation.
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WARNING - This is a graphic horror film with some gory special effects.
Directed by George A. Romero
Writing credits - George A. Romero, John A. Russo
Cast Duane Jones - Ben Judith O’Dea - Barbra Karl Hardman - Harry Cooper Marilyn Eastman - Helen Cooper/Bug-eating zombie Keith Wayne - Tom Judith Ridley - Judy Kyra Schon - Karen Cooper/Upstairs body Charles Craig - Newscaster/Ghoul S. William Hinzman - Cemetery ghoul (as Bill Heinzman) George Kosana - Sheriff McClelland Frank Doak - Scientist Bill ‘Chilly Billy’ Cardille - Field reporter A.C. McDonald - Ghoul Samuel R. Solito - Ghoul Mark Ricci - Washington scientist Lee Hartman - Ghoul/News reporter Jack Givens - Ghoul Rudy Ricci - Ghoul (as R.J. Ricci) Paula Richards - Ghoul John Simpson - Ghoul Herbert Summer - Ghoul Richard Ricci - Ghoul William Burchinal - Ghoul Ross Harris - Ghoul Al Croft - Ghoul Jason Richards - Ghoul Dave James - Ghoul Sharon Carroll - Ghoul William Mogush - Ghoul Steve Hutsko - Ghoul Joann Michaels - Ghoul Phillip Smith - Ghoul Ella Mae Smith - Ghoul Randy Burr - Ghoul George A. Romero - Washington reporter (uncredited) John A. Russo - Washington mililtary reporter/Ghoul in house (uncredited) Russell Streiner - Johnny (uncredited) Vincent D. Survinski - Vince, Posse gunman (uncredited)
Produced by Karl Hardman, Russell Streiner
Cinematography by George A. Romero
Film Editing by George A. Romero, John A. Russo
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