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From Dusk Till Dawn 3
The Hangman's Daughter
From Dusk Till Dawn 3
Credits
Title: From Dusk Till Dawn 3
The Hangman's Daughter
Directed by: P.J. Pesce
Written by: Álvaro Rodríguez; Robert Rodriguez
Produced by: Quentin Tarantino; Robert Rodriguez; Lawrence Bender; Michael S. Murphey; Gianni Nunnari; Meir Teper; Elizabeth Avellán; Paul Raleigh
Music by: Nathan Barr
Cinematography: Michael Bonvillain
Edited by: Lawrence A. Maddox
Production
Distributed by: Dimension Films
Miramax Films
A Band Apart
Released: October 31st, 1999
Rating: R
Running time: 94 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $5,000,000
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From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter is an American action/horror film of the vampire subgenre. It is the third and final installment in the From Dusk Till Dawn film series, but the first film in terms of chronological placement. The movie was directed by P.J. Pesce and produced by Dimension Films and A Band Apart. It had limited theatrical release in some movie theaters and film festivals, but was otherwise released direct-to-video on January 18th, 2000. The film stars Marco Leonardi, Michael Parks, Rebecca Gayheart and Ara Celi.

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  • Although it is the third film in the series, it is actually a prequel and takes place nearly 100 years before the events of From Dusk Till Dawn.
  • From Dusk till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter was nominated for the Best Home Video Release Saturn Award.
  • Temuera Morrison, who plays the Hangman, went on to become an icon of sci-fi fandom for his portrayal of bounty hunter Jango Fett in the 2002 film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. That film, as with From Dusk Till Dawn 3, is a prequel.
  • The Melissa Gilbert who plays the wedding dress whore in this film is not to be confused with the more popularly known Melissa Gilbert famous for playing Laura Ingalls on the 1974-1983 television series Little House on the Prairie.
  • Ambrose Bierce was an actual person and was an American editorialist, journalist, short story writer, fabulist and satirist. He was born on June 24th, 1842 and died on December 26th, 1913.
  • Pancho Villa is likewise based on an actual individual. Pancho Villa was a prominent Mexican revolutionary. From 1910 to 1920, Villa and his supporters seized hacienda land for distribution to peasants and soldiers. He robbed and commandeered trains, and, like the other revolutionary generals, printed fiat money to pay for his cause.

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