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    " He’s a 20th century guy, trapped in the middle ages."
    Runtime 1 hr 21 min
    Budget $11 000 000
    Premiere: World $11 505 925 October 31, 1992
    USA $11 502 976
    Other countries $2949
    Box Office – Budget $505 925
    Premiere: USA $11 502 976 February 19, 1993
    theaters 1391
    rollout 316 days
    Digital: World September 6, 2006
    Parental Advisory Violence & Gore, ...
    • Violence & Gore


    • Frightening & Intense Scenes


    • Profanity


    • Sex & Nudity


    Production Companies Renaissance PicturesDino De Laurentiis CompanyIntrovision International
    Also Known As


    A sardonic hardware store clerk is accidentally transported to 1300 A.D., where he must retrieve the Necronomicon and battle an army of the dead so he can return home.

    Сast and Crew


    Plans to make a third Evil Dead film had been circulating for a number of years, even prior to the production of Darkman. Evil Dead II made enough money internationally that Dino De Laurentiis was willing to finance a sequel. Director and script writer Sam Raimi drew from a variety of sources, including literature with A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court and Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels and films like The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts, the Three Stooges, and Conan the Barbarian. Evil Dead II, according to Bruce Campbell, "was originally designed to go back into the past to 1300, but we couldn't muster it at the time, so we decided to make an interim version, not knowing if the 1300 story would ever get made". Promotional drawings were created and published in Variety during the casting process before the budget was deemed too little for the plot. The working title for the project was Medieval Dead, before it was later known as Evil Dead III: Army of Darkness. The title "Army of Darkness" came from an idea by Irvin Shapiro, during the production of Evil Dead II.

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