Crossworlds Trailer

Crossworlds Trailer (1997)

08 January 1997 Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi 90 mins

College good guy Joe is drawn into a battle to save the world from arch-enemy Ferris. Joe's heirloom pendant just happens to be the key to the staff that opens doors to the Crossworlds. When Laura shows up to check on the key and Ferris' goons begin their assaults, they run to semi-retired adventurer A.T. for help and guidance.

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Cast

Josh Charles

as Joe Talbot

Andrea Roth

as Laura

Jack Black

as Steve

Ellen Geer

as Joe's Mom

Beverly Johnson

as The Queen

Shani Rigsbee

as The Dancer

Norita Golanos

as Receptionist (as Norita Galanos)

Tony Ervolina

as Joe's Father

Crew

Lloyd Segan

Lloyd Segan Producer

Christopher Walling

Christopher Walling Cinematography

Aaron Osborne

Aaron Osborne Production Design

Danielle Berman

Danielle Berman Set Decoration

Tami Mor

Tami Mor Costume Design

Robert Hoffman

Robert Hoffman Post Production Supervisor

Jordan Reece Halsey

Jordan Reece Halsey Construction Coordinator

Paul Butch Kitchen

Paul Butch Kitchen Property Master

International Titles

A Passagem Trailer

La clé des mondes parallèles Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 08 January 1997

United States 03 February 1997

Production Companies

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