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|Through the Fire|
|Directed by||Gary Marcum|
|Produced by||Charles C. Cunningham|
|Written by||Gary Marcum|
|Starring|| Tamara Hext |
|Music by||Ron Dilulio|
|Edited by||Jay W. Helton|
|Distributed by||Talon Productions|
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Through the Fire (also known as The Gates of Hell Part II: Dead Awakening) is a 1988 horror film directed by Gary Marcum (as G.D. Marcum) and starring Tamara Hext, Tom Campitelli, and Randy Strickland.
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