|Directed by||Georges Chamchoum|
|Produced by||Joseph Merhi (producer)|
Marta Merrifield (co-producer)
Richard Pepin (producer)
Bob Roberts (associate producer)
Ted Jan Roberts (associate producer)
|Written by||William Applegate Jr. (screenplay)|
|Starring|| Ted Jan Roberts |
|Music by||John Gonzalez|
|Cinematography||Maurice K. McGuire|
|Edited by|| Kevin Mock |
|November 12, 1996|
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