Leprechaun 3One night in Las Vegas, a pawn shop owner purchases a statue of a leprechaun from a mysterious stranger. And that leprechaun soon proceeds to cause mischief by killing people, granting twisted wishes, and infecting a young man with his green blood.
Critic Reviews of "Leprechaun 3"
Antagony & EcstasyMarch 23, 2012
The directness with which this went to video is apparent in nearly every single element.
Video-Reviewmaster.comFebruary 21, 2008
If "Leprechaun" 1 and 2 are clunky, why expect this one to be even as good? It isn't.
sbs.isJune 14, 2006
perhaps even worse than the first two
eFilmCritic.comApril 17, 2005
How to take a stupid idea and make it progressively more moronic.
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Warwick DavisBirth date: 3 February 1970, Epsom, Surrey, England, UKDescription: English actor Warwick Davis was born in Epsom, Surrey, England, the son of Susan J. (Pain) and Ashley Davis, an insurance broker. Davis was born with the condition spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenital (SED), which caused his dwarfism. He was educated at City of London Freemen's School. When he was 11 years old, his grandmother heard a radio appeal for people under four feet tall to appear in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983). A huge Star Wars fan, Davis auditioned successfully and was cast as an extra, playing an Ewok. Kenny Baker was cast as lead Ewok Wicket, but fell ill so George Lucas chose Davis to replace him. The film was a smash hit, and Davis went on to reprise his role as Wicket in further TV projects - The Ewok Adventure (1984) and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor (1985).Davis next big role came with a part specifically written for him, as the titular hero in Willow (1988). Other successes followed with roles in such projects as Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1989) and two distinctly different film series - the 'Harry Potter' and 'Leprechaun' film series. In 2006, he appeared in a cameo role in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's hit sitcom Extras (2005), which led to the pair writing a series specifically for Davis, the comic mockumentary Life's Too Short (2011).Davis, along with his father-in-law Peter Burroughs, is also the director of an acting agency for very short and tall actors called Willow Management. He is married to Samantha Davis and they have a son and a daughter.
John GatinsBirth date: 3 February 1970, Epsom, Surrey, England, UKDescription: John Gatins is an actor and writer, known for Real Steel (2011), Flight (2012) and Need for Speed (2014).
Lee ArmstrongBirth date: 1970Description: Lee Armstrong was born in 1970. She is an actress, known for Leprechaun 3 (1995), Magic Island (1995) and Classic Stories for Children (1992).
John DeMitaBirth date: 6 January 1959, New York City, New York, USADescription: John DeMita was born on January 6, 1959 in New York City, New York, USA as John J. DeMita. He is known for his work on Mononoke-hime (1997), Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta (1986) and Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001). He has been married to Julia Fletcher since February 3, 1992. They have two children.
Michael CallanBirth date: 22 November 1935, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADescription: Actor, singer and dancer Michael Callan started life out as Martin Harris Calinieff in Philadelphia on November 22, 1935. A dark-haired charmer, he was taking voice and dance lessons by age 11, with the intentions of becoming the next Gene Kelly. He had the dark, smirking, surly good looks and confident swagger that fit in with the James Dean 50s rebel-like era. He began his professional career as a comic and dancer in Philly night clubs while billing himself as "Mickey Calin". Eventually, he entertained at such hot spots as the Copacabana and in Las Vegas showrooms.His move to New York was a wise choice. Given a dancing part in his first Broadway show, "The Boyfriend" (1954), starring Julie Andrews, he followed it with another musical, "Catch a Star" (1955). This, in turn, led to his biggest break of all, the role of "Riff" in the original New York production of "West Side Story" (1957). While the show made virtual theater stars out of its leads Carol Lawrence and Larry Kert, Michael, on the other hand, attracted the interest of Columbia Pictures.His film career began engagingly enough -- not as a singer or dancer, but as a dramatic leading man. Columbia placed him in two fairly strong films in the hopes of promoting and developing his obvious teen-idol promise. The first film was a western soap opera in support of Gary Cooper and Rita Hayworth. In They Came to Cordura (1959), Michael co-starred in this film alongside another male dreamboat, Tab Hunter. His second film was a "B"-level starring role in The Flying Fontaines (1959), in which he plays a circus Romeo whose caddish cavortings under the "big top" accelerate the melodramatic story line. This role pretty much set the tone for what, more or less, would become his screen image -- a notorious womanizer and charming, though sometimes, spineless opportunist. His lovely co-star in the movie, Evy Norlund, was a formerly-crowned Miss Denmark (1958). This movie was her only one, since she abruptly gave up her young aspirations when she married singer James Darren and raise a big family.One of Michael's biggest disappointments, during this time, was losing the role of "Riff" in the film version of West Side Story (1961), due to contractual restrictions with Columbia. Russ Tamblyn received the honors and the glory. But he did continue to rack up callow, trouble-making co-leads in youth-oriented films, paired up with Hollywood's loveliest of newcomers, including Tuesday Weld in Because They're Young (1960), Dolores Dorn in 13 West Street (1962) and Deborah Walley in both Gidget Goes Hawaiian (1961) and Bon Voyage! (1962). In The Interns (1962), he continued to perpetuate his slick image as a roving medical resident who juggles gorgeous Anne Helm and Katharine Bard for his own selfish purposes. In the sequel of sorts, The New Interns (1964), he made his customary moves on Barbara Eden (I Dream of Jeannie (1965)) and Dawn Wells) ("Mary Ann" on Gilligan's Island (1964)).Although he managed to show off his dancing skills in Pepe (1960) and in the afore-mentioned "Gidget" film, Michael never capitalized on it. The era of the movie musicals was in a backslide at the time and he focused completely on acting. He was among the international cast of the war epic, The Victors (1963), and was the best-looking marooned member in the British-made Jules Verne fantasy-adventure, Mysterious Island (1961). Interestingly, his last films of real note were in comedies -- opposite Jane Fonda, in the freewheeling cult western, Cat Ballou (1965), and a scene-stealing Lionel Jeffries in the British satire, You Must Be Joking! (1965). Perhaps his characters were too unsympathetic for their own good; for whatever reason, Michael never managed to hit the cinematic "bad boy" stardom he seemed geared up for.In the late 60s, he found a venue better-suited for his talents -- TV sitcoms. His skirt-chasing characters seemed to have more appeal when played lightly for laughs. His best chance came in the form of Occasional Wife (1966). An ideal showcase, Michael played the lead role of "Peter Christopher", an up-and-coming executive of a company that strongly pushes the husband/father image. Perennial playboy Callan decides to take on an "occasional wife" (Patricia Harty) for appearances' sake while trying to conceal his wily ways from the workplace. The show fit Callan like a glove and he and Harty displayed great chemistry, so much so that they married in real-life during the series' run. Perhaps the true-life marriage ruined the show's illusion, as the series limped away after only one season. Patricia, the second of Michael's three wives, divorced him a few years later.Surprisingly, Michael never starred in another sitcom that got off the ground. He ventured on finding guest appearances on such sitcoms as That Girl (1966), Hazel (1961) and Mary Tyler Moore (1970) and became a favorite player in the extremely popular Love, American Style (1969) sketches, playing (what else?) guys with girl troubles. His TV career eventually took the Fantasy Island (1977), The Love Boat (1977) and Murder, She Wrote (1984) route and, in an effort to jumpstart things, both produced and starred in his own film, Double Exposure (1983), but to little notice. He also returned, occasionally, to the stage in both legit plays and musicals to keep his name alive, including "Absurd Person Singular" and "The Music Man".The father of two daughters (from his first marriage), he has been glimpsed only here and there, since the mid-90s. Recent movie credits include Stuck on You (2003) and The Still Life (2006). He's also been spotted, occasionally, at various signings and conventions. While perhaps not climbing the height of heights expected, Michael reached an enviable plateau and merits strong attention for his fine contributions to 60s and 70s film and TV.
Caroline WilliamsBirth date: 27 March 1957, Rusk, Texas, USADescription: Caroline Williams began her career in Texas, co-starring for revered cinema master Louis Malle in his Corpus Christi-based film, Alamo Bay (1985). She worked opposite stars Ed Harris and Amy Madigan in what was her first feature film, after only six months of training at the Studio For Actors, under the tutelage of Chris Wilson. She had established herself in the Texas movie marketplace doing commercials, industrial films and voiceover work. Following "Alamo Bay", she moved to Dallas and furthered her career, with co-stars, in The Legend of Billie Jean (1985) (dir. Matthew Robbins) and Getting Even (1986) (dir. Dwight Little). When Tobe Hooper and L.M. "Kit" Carson began casting for the sequel to Hooper's iconic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), they discovered the punkass actress, who ran screaming down the hallway of the casting office. She burst into the room, pulled the chairs from beneath the duo and played the brief dialogue, while huddled in a corner. In that often told moment, she won the role from 440 actresses from both coasts.After the successful release of the film, she moved to Hollywood to continue her career in a mix of horror: Stepfather II (1989) (dir. Jeff Burr), Leprechaun 3 (1995) (dir. Brian Trenchard Smith) and mainstream films: Days of Thunder (1990) (dir. Tony Scott), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) (dir. Ron Howard). She continues to split her efforts between series TV guest star roles, such as Grey's Anatomy (2005) (dir. Debbie Allen) and The Mentalist (2008) (dir. Charles Beeson).Luckily, her fan base enjoys her continuing dedication to the horror genre, and recent releases, such as Tales of Halloween (2015) and the upcoming Blood Feast (2016), keep them well-satisfied. Her avid and enthusiastic participation at conventions and personal appearances ensure that this charismatic actress will continue to inspire and attract fans from around the world.
Marcelo TubertBirth date: February1952, Córdoba, ArgentinaDescription: Talented actor and voice artist Marcelo Tubert introduction to theatre came at the age of three, in "Garcia Lorca's Yerma", when a child actor in a visiting troupe became ill. When he was seven, Marcelo and his family moved to Los Angeles where he later took up acting seriously in high school then studied at Los Angeles City College's Theatre Arts Department.Among his many early influences, he cites actor Alejandro Rey. Tubert began with small television and film roles. As those roles grew larger, he was also proving his versatility, establishing himself in theatre and with commercial and voiceover work.Marcelo's recurring and guest-starring appearances include such shows as Prison Break, NCIS. Jane the Virgin, New Girl CSI:Miami,Supah Ninjas, Without a Trace, ER, The War At Home. Monk', George Lopez, JAG, Frazier, Seinfeld, and Star Trek: The Next Generation as Acost Jared, Leader of Ventax 2.His numerous film roles include parts in the films Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, Tremors 2: Aftershocks, Postcards from the Edge, and the Roger Corman directed remake of The Masque of the Red Death.Among his most notable voice roles, was as Laurent in the English version of Toys in the Attic. other roles include in the animated series Pinky and the Brain, Batman: The Animated Series, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest and King of the Hill He has also contributed additional voices to, Kung Fu Panda 2 Madagascar 2, Over The Hedge, Shrek II, Shark Tale, Apocalypto, and Passion of the Christ.
Tom DuganBirth date: February1952, Córdoba, ArgentinaDescription: Tom Dugan (Playwright/Director) during the past 10 years Tom Dugan has emerged as the bright new voice of one-man theatre in America. Oscar To Oscar, Robert E. Lee - Shades of Gray, Frederick Douglass-In The Shadow of Slavery and Nazi Hunter- Simon Wiesenthal have received high praise from critics, historians and educators from New York to California. Mr. Dugan has performed in dozens of cities where he has entertained and inspired hundreds of eager audiences along with thousands of enthusiastic students during his educational outreach programs. As a professional actor in Los Angeles for over 25 years, Tom's TV and film credits include; Bones, Friends, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Practice, Chicago hope, Just Shoot Me, Kindergarten Cop and Dave. His regional Theatre credits include leading roles in The Man Who Came to dinner, Misery, Amadeus and Dublin Carol. He has also starred in national tours of Oscar To Oscar, On Golden Pond with Jack Klugman and continues to tour with his critically acclaimed one-man plays Robert E. Lee - Shades of Gray and Nazi Hunter-Simon Wiesenthal.
Leigh-Allyn BakerBirth date: 13 March 1972, Murray, Kentucky, USADescription: Leigh-Allyn Baker was born on March 13, 1972 in Murray, Kentucky, USA. She is an actress and director, known for Good Luck Charlie (2010), Mass Effect (2007) and The 7D (2014). She has been married to Keith James Kauffman since March 6, 2004. They have two children.
Richard ReichegBirth date: 26 May 1937, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: Richard Reicheg was born on May 26, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He is an actor, known for Leprechaun 3 (1995), Monkey Trouble (1994) and The Tripper (2006).
Linda ShayneBirth date: 26 May 1937, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: Linda Shayne was born as Linda Diane Shayne (aka Linda Dee Shayne). She is an actress, known for Leprechaun 3 (1995), The Prince of Egypt (1998) and The Guardian (2001).
Ian GregoryBirth date: 26 May 1937, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USADescription: Ian Gregory is an actor, known for Absentia (2011), Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II (2009) and Fallout: New Vegas (2010).
Roger HewlettBirth date: 2 May 1958, Joliet, Illinois, USADescription: Roger Hewlett was born on May 2, 1958 in Joliet, Illinois, USA. He is known for his work on Changeling (2008), Road House (1989) and Earth to Echo (2014).
Terry Lee CrispBirth date: 2 May 1958, Joliet, Illinois, USADescription: Terry Lee Crisp is an actor, known for Leprechaun 3 (1995).
Jennifer SteinBirth date: 2 May 1958, Joliet, Illinois, USADescription: Jennifer Stein is known for her work on Leprechaun 3 (1995).
Susan SkinnerBirth date: 2 May 1958, Joliet, Illinois, USADescription: Susan Skinner is known for her work on Leprechaun 3 (1995).
Tre TemperilliBirth date: 2 May 1958, Joliet, Illinois, USADescription: Tre Temperilli is an actor, known for Leprechaun 3 (1995), Nowhere (1997) and Life History of a Star (1999).
Directors of "Leprechaun 3"
Brian Trenchard-SmithBirth date: 1946, England, UKDescription: Brian Trenchard-Smith is an Anglo Australian film and television director, producer, and writer, with a reputation for large scale movies on small ...
Creators of "Leprechaun 3"
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Mark JonesBirth date: 17 January 1953, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: Mark Jones was born on January 17, 1953 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Mark Robert Jones. He is known for his work on Leprechaun (1993), The A-...