Seedpeople

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Seedpeople
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Polish VHS artwork
Directed byPeter Manoogian
Produced byAnne Kelly
Charles Band
Written by Charles Band (original idea)
Jackson Barr (screenplay)
Starring Sam Hennings
Andrea Roth
Music byBob Mithoff
CinematographyAdolfo Bartoli
Edited byTom Barrett
Bert Glatstein
Distributed by Full Moon Entertainment
Release date
May 28, 1992
Running time
87 min
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Seedpeople is a 1992 film executive produced by Charles Band and directed by Peter Manoogian. It stars Sam Hennings and Andrea Roth.

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