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Priest (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
El sicario de Dios (Spanish)
Ksiadz (Polish)
Padre (Portuguese)
Пастырь (Russian)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: After an all out war between humans and vampires, the Church assigns a group of warrior priests to put an end to the centuries old war. The surviving vampires are kept in reserves and hives. While the humans live in cities that are ruled by the Church. One day a Warrior Priest's daughter was abducted by a gang of vampires. In order to save her, the priest must break his sacred vow and go on a quest to hunt the vampires down and prevent his daughter from being bitten by any of them.
Running time: 87 minutes
Production cost: ¥6,000,000,000 ($60,000,000)
Vintage: 2011-05-13
Official website:
Trivia: We have 2
News: Show:
Priest Live-Action Movie (Jan 25, 2006)
Tokyopop (Sep 7, 2002)
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Blu-ray (Region A)
    Priest (Dub.Blu-ray) 2011-08-16 (from $7.89)
    Priest [3D] (Dub.Blu-ray) 2011-08-16 (from $9.79)
DVD (Region 1)
    Priest (Dub.DVD) 2011-08-16 (from $8.88)

English staff
English cast
Director: Scott Stewart
Screenplay: Cory Goodman
Storyboard: Robert Consing
Original creator: Min-Woo Hyung
Director of Photography: Don Burgess
Art Department Coordinator: Susannah Carradine
Casting: Rick Montgomery
Chief Sculptor: Fred Arbegast
Co-Producer: Nicolas Stern
Costume Design: Ha Nguyen
Fabricator: Craig Abele
Fight Coordinator: Marcus Young
Gang Boss: Mark Boucher (Set)
Key Hair Stylist: Terrie Velasquez
Key Makeup Artist: James MacKinnon
Makeup Artist:
Bart Mixon
Lufeng Qu
Makeup Department Head:
Gary J. Perticone (hair, 2nd unit)
Ve Neill
Makeup Effects Coordinator: Mike McCarty
Makeup Production Assistant: Cristina Waltz
Motorcycle Stunts: Matthew Taylor
Production Design: Richard Bridgland
Production manager: Glenn S. Gainor (unit manager)
Production Supervision:
Billy Bonifield (2nd unit)
Jennifer Blair
Property Master: Max E. Brehme
Propmaker Foreman: Randy L. Childs
Set Decoration: Robert Greenfield
Special Thanks To: Rebecca Weigold
Stunt Coordination:
Lance Gilbert
Mike Gunther
Stunt Rigging Coordinator: Randy Beckman
Third Makeup Artist: Corinna Liebel
Paul Bettany as Priest

Cam Gigandet as Hicks
Karl Urban as Black Hat
Lily Collins as Lucy
Maggie Q as Priestess

Alan Dale as Monsignor Chamberlain
Andrew Constantini as Jerusalem Citizen
Anthony Azizi as Farsi Speaking Vendor
Arnold Chon as Strong Priest
Austin Priester as Flashback Priest
Boyuen as Chinese Speaking Vendor
Brad Dourif as Salesman
Cameron Cash as Gun Merchant
Casey Pieretti as Familiar
Christopher Plummer as Monsignor Orelas
Dave Florek as Crocker
David Backus as Familiar
David Bianchi as Familiar
Henry Kingi Jr. as Bold Priest
Jacob Hopkins as Boy
Joel Polinsky as Dr. Tomlin
John Griffin as Familiar
Jon Braver as Familiar
Josh Wingate as Familiar
Julie Mond as Wife
Kanin Howell as Husband
Kevin T. McCarthy as English Speaking Preacher
Lafayette R. Dorsey Sr. as Clergy Trooper
Mädchen Amick as Shannon Pace
Marilyn Brett as Woman
Michael D. Nye as Station Master
Pramod Kumar as Hindi Speaking Vendor
Prida Moreza as Factory Worker #2
Reiner Schöne as Minister
Roger Stoneburner as Familiar
Ryan McCabe as Factory Worker #1
Stephen Moyer as Owen Pace
Tanoai Reed as Brave Priest
Theo Kypri as Familiar
English companies
3D Stereo Conversion: Legend3D
Internet Streaming:
Crackle (Expired)
Spanish cast
Spanish staff
ADR Director:
Roberto Cuenca Rodríguez Jr. (Spain dub)
Yamil Atala
Translation: María José Aguirre de Cárcer (Spain dub)
ADR Script: Roberto Cuenca Rodríguez Jr. (Spain dub)
Producer: Carlos Segundo

ADR Engineer:
Fernando Battaglio (Spain dub)
Mario López (Spain dub)
Alejandro García as Priest (Spain dub)
Eduard Farelo as Priest (Catalan dub)
Leonardo García as Priest

Cristina Hernandez as Lucy Pace
Esther Solans as Priestess (Catalan dub)
Isabel Fernandez Avanthay as Priestess (Spain dub)
Isabel Martiñon as Priestess
Iván Jara as Hicks (Spain dub)
Laura Pastor as Lucy Pace (Spain dub)
Manuel Gimeno as Hicks (Catalan dub)
Oriol Rafel as Black Hat (Catalan dub)
Paula Ribó as Lucy Pace (Catalan dub)
Raul Anaya as Black Hat
Salvador Aldeguer as Black Hat (Spain dub)
Yamil Atala as Hicks

Blas Garcia as Monsignor Chamberlain
Carlos Di Blasi as Owen Pace (Catalan dub)
Carlos del Campo as Crocker
Circe Luna as Shannon Pace
Claudio Serrano as Owen Pace (Spain dub)
Eduard Doncos as Salesman (Catalan dub)
Eduardo Elías as Monsignor Chamberlain (Catalan dub)
Guillermo Coria as Monsignor Orelas
Héctor Garay as Familiar 1 (Spain dub)
Jaume Comas as Monsignor Orelas (Catalan dub)
Jesús Rodríguez as Salesman (Spain dub)
Juan Fernández as
Monsignor Chamberlain (Spain dub)
Narrator (Spain dub)
Quim Roca as Dr. Tomlin (Catalan dub)
Víctor Agramunt as Monsignor Orelas (Spain dub)
Victoria Angulo as Shannon Pace (Spain dub)
Victoria Pagès as Shannon Pace (Catalan dub)

Spanish companies
Dubbing Studio:
C2 Media
Sonomadrid (Spain dub)
Licensed by: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Latin America and Spain)
Production: AG Grabaciones
Italian staff
Italian companies
Distributor: Sony
Italian cast
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
ADR Director: Manolo Rey
ADR Script: Manolo Rey
Alexandre Moreno as Padre (Priest)

Angélica Borges as Sacerdotisa (Pristess)
Jorge Lucas as Black Hat
Lina Mendes as Lucy Pace
Rodrigo Antas as Hicks

Aline Ghezzi as Shannon Pace
Carlos Gesteira as Crocker
Duda Espinoza as Owen Pace
Jomery Pozolli as Monsenhor Orelas
Jorge Vasconcellos as Vendedor (salesman)
Manolo Rey as Familiar #02
Marcelo Sandryni as Dr. Tomlin
Philippe Maia as Familiar #01
Reginaldo Primo as Marido (Husband)
Reinaldo Pimenta as Monsenhor Chamberlain
Ricardo Schnetzer as Familiar #03
Waldir Fiori as Funcionário da Estação (Station Master)
Yago Machado as Garoto (boy)

Portuguese companies
ADR Studio: Delart (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Licensed by: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Brazil)

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