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Forbidden Zone

Forbidden Zone ★½ 1980 (R)

A sixth dimension kingdom is ruled by the midget, King Fausto, and inhabited by dancing frogs, bikini-clad tootsies, robot boxers, and degraded beings of all kinds. Original music by Oingo Boingo, and directed by founding member Elfman. 75m/B VHS, DVD . Herve Villechaize, Susan Tyrrell, Viva, Marie-Pascale Elfman, Joe Spinell, Richard Elfman, Danny Elfman; D: Richard Elfman; W: Matthew Bright, Richard Elfman; C: Gregory Sandor; M: Danny Elfman.

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