Silent Night, Deadly Night

You've made it through Halloween, now try and survive Christmas.

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)


Little Billy witnesses his parents being brutally murdered by Santa. Years later, when he has to fill in for an absent in-store Santa Claus, his childhood trauma materializes once again.

Director: Charles E. Sellier Jr.

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PrimeWire Score: 5.6/10 from 104 votes
Release Date: 1984-11-09
Status: Released
Run time: 79 min / 1:19
Budget: $1,065,000
Revenue: $2,491,460
Production Companies : Slayride, TriStar Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Lilyan Chauvin
as Mother Superior
Gilmer McCormick
as Sister Margaret
Toni Nero
as Pamela
Robert Brian Wilson
as Billy Chapman (age 18)
Britt Leach
as Ira Sims
Nancy Borgenicht
as Mrs. Randall
H.E.D. Redford
as Captain Richards
Danny Wagner
as Billy Chapman (Age 8)
Linnea Quigley
as Denise
Leo Geter
as Tommy
Randy Stumpf
as Andy
Will Hare
as Grandpa Chapman
Tara Buckman
as Ellie Chapman
Geoff Hansen
as Jim Chapman
Charles Dierkop
as Killer Santa
Eric Hart
as Mr. Levitt (Storekeeper)
Jonathan Best
as Billy Chapman (age 5)
A. Madeline Smith
as Sister Ellen
Richard C. Terry
as Older Boy Sledding - Mac
Amy Styvesant
as Cindy
Max Robinson
as Officer Barnes
Vinc Massa
as Young Boy Sledding - Doug
John Michael Alvarez
as Young Boy Sledding - Jim
John Bishop
as Older Boy Sledding - Bob
Oscar Rowland
as Dr. Conway
Richard D. Clark
as Officer Miller
Tip Boxell
as Officer Murphy
Angela Montoya
as Little Girl on Santa's Lap
Molly Cameron
as Girl's Mother
Jayne Luke
as Other Mother in Store
Joan Forster
as Other Mother in Store
Betsy Nagel
as Other Mother in Store
Barbara Stafford
as Teen Lover at Orphanage
Paul Mulder
as Teen Lover at Orphanage
Spencer Ashby
as Santa at Orphanage
J. Paul Broadhead
as Santa in Store
Alex Burton
as Brother (Ricky) at 14
Max Broadhead
as Brother (Ricky) at 4
Melissa Best
as Infant Ricky
Dan Rogers
as Dispatcher
Judith Roberts
as Mother Superior
Don Shanks
as Santa Climbing in Window (uncredited)
Aron Kincaid
as Obnoxious Deejay (voice) (uncredited)


Directing Charles E. Sellier Jr. Director
Writing Michael Hickey Writer
Camera Henning Schellerup Director of Photography
Writing Paul Caimi Story
Production Ira Barmak Producer
Sound Perry Botkin Jr. Original Music Composer
Production Scott J. Schneid Executive Producer
Production Dennis Whitehead Executive Producer
Editing Michael Spence Editor
Production Stanzi Stokes Casting
Art Dian Perryman Production Design
Art Linda Kiffe Art Direction
Crew Karl Wesson Makeup Effects

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