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|Written by||Kim LeMasters|
|Directed by||Charles Bowman|
|Starring|| Nicholas Lea |
|Theme music composer||Lil B|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||86 minutes|
|Production company||Amber Light Films Inc.|
|Distributor||Sci Fi Channel|
|Original network||Sci Fi Channel|
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