Wavelength

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Wavelength is a 1983 low-budget, independent science fiction film written and directed by Mike Gray and starring Robert Carradine, Cherie Currie, and Keenan Wynn. The story involves a young couple who discover childlike aliens being held by the U.S. read more

Wavelength is a 1983 low-budget, independent science fiction film written and directed by Mike Gray and starring Robert Carradine, Cherie Currie, and Keenan Wynn. The story involves a young couple who discover childlike aliens being held by the U.S. government for experimentation in an underground bunker. The film is set in the Hollywood Hills and the Mojave Desert and features a soundtrack by Tangerine Dream.

Original Release

09/16/1983

Cast

Robert Carradine Bobby Sinclair
Cherie Currie Iris Longacre
Keenan Wynn Dan
Cal Bowman Gen. Milton Ward
James Hess Col. James MacGruder
Terry Burns Capt. Hinsdale
Eric Morris Dr. Vernon Cottrell
Bob Mclean Dr. Benjamin Stern (as Bob McLean)
Eric Heath Dr. Sidey
Robert Glaudini Dr. Wolf
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Mike Gray

Writers

Mike Gray

Cast

Robert Carradine Bobby Sinclair
Cherie Currie Iris Longacre
Keenan Wynn Dan
Cal Bowman Gen. Milton Ward
James Hess Col. James MacGruder
Terry Burns Capt. Hinsdale
Eric Morris Dr. Vernon Cottrell
Bob Mclean Dr. Benjamin Stern (as Bob McLean)
Eric Heath Dr. Sidey
Robert Glaudini Dr. Wolf
George Petrie Dr. Savianno (as George O. Petrie)
George Skaff Gen. Hunt
Milt Kogan Chief Pathologist
Dov Young Gamma
Josh Oreck Beta (as Joshua Oreck)
Christian Morris Delta
Jim Elk Flemming
Ivan Naranjo Warren
Alan Koss Military Attache
Kent Butler Young Lieutenant

Producers

Maurice Rosenfield Executive Producer
James Rosenfield Producer

Editors

Mark Goldblatt, Robert Leighton

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