Body Parts 32 years old

The transplant was a success. Then the donor came to take it back.

Body Parts

A criminal psychologist loses his arm in a car crash, and becomes one of three patients to have their missing limbs replaced by those belonging to an executed serial killer. One of them dies violently, and disturbing occurrences start happening to the surviving two.

Credits

Body Parts Cast

Name Character
Jeff Fahey He was 38, now 71 years old as Bill Chrushank
Brad Dourif He was 41, now 73 years old as Remo Lacey
Lindsay Duncan She was 40, now 73 years old as Dr. Agatha Webb
Kim Delaney She was 29, now 62 years old as Karen Chrushank
Zakes Mokae He was 56, 75 years old when he died as Detective Sawchuck
Peter Murnik He was 25, now 58 years old as Mark Draper
James Kidnie as Detective Jackson
Paul Ben-Victor He was 26, now 58 years old as Ray Kolberg
Lindsay Merrithew She was 27, now 60 years old as Roger
Sarah Campbell She was 9, now 41 years old as Samantha
John Walsh He was 265, 68 years old when he died as Charley Fletcher

Body Parts Crew

Name Department
Pierre Boileau as Novel. He was 85 (82) years old when He died Writing
Thomas Narcejac as Novel. He was 83 (89) years old when He died Writing
Theo van de Sande as Director of Photography. He was 44 (now 76) years old Camera
Michael MacDonald as Unit Production Manager. Production
Michael MacDonald as Executive Producer. Production
Alicia Keywan as Art Direction. Art
Anthony Redman as Editor. Editing
Loek Dikker as Original Music Composer. He was 47 (now 80) years old Sound
Jack E. Freedman as Co-Producer. Production
Patricia Herskovic as Co-Producer. Production
Patricia Herskovic as Screenstory. Writing
Norman Snider as Screenplay. He was 45 (73) years old when He died Writing
Frank Mancuso, Jr. as Producer. He was 32 (now 65) years old Production
Dori Zuckerman as Casting. She was 31 (now 63) years old Production
Body Parts poster
Body Parts (32 years)

The transplant was a success. Then the donor came to take it back.

  • Release day: Friday, August 02, 1991
  • Runtime: 88 minutes