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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer tv seriesAt the young age of 16, Buffy was chosen to hunt vampires, demons, and the forces of darkness. After the ordeal at Hemery High Buffy Summers wound up at Sunnydale High. Joined with Willow Rosenberg and Alexander "Xander" Harris, and her watcher Giles, Buffy fights the challenges of High School and saves the world...a lot.

"In every generation there is a chosen one... she alone will stand against the vampires, the demons and the forces of darkness. She is the slayer." Buffy Summers knows this tale by heart, and no matter how hard she tries to be just a "normal girl", she can not escape from her destiny... Thankfully, she is not alone in her quest to save the world, as she has the help of her friends, the hilarious (and surprisingly quite effective) evil-fighting team called "The Scooby Gang". Together, Buffy & co. will slay their demons, survive one apocalypse after another, attend high school and college... and above all, understand that growing up can truly be Hell sometimes... literally.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer - tv series

(1997 - 2003) - Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alyson Hannigan, Nicholas Brendon, Anthony Stewart Head

Genre: Action and Adventure / Comedy


Sarah Michelle Gellar ... Buffy Summers
Alyson Hannigan ... Willow Rosenberg
Anthony Head ... Rupert Giles
James Marsters ... Spike
Emma Caulfield ... Anya
Michelle Trachtenberg ... Dawn Summers
Kristine Sutherland ... Joyce Summers
Charisma Carpenter ... Cordelia Chase
David Boreanaz ... Angel
Amber Benson ... Tara Maclay
Seth Green ... Oz
Marc Blucas ... Riley Finn
Danny Strong ... Jonathan Levinson
Tom Lenk ... Andrew Wells
Eliza Dushku ... Faith
Armin Shimerman ... Principal Snyder
Juliet Landau ... Drusilla
Adam Busch ... Warren Meers
Mercedes McNab ... Harmony Kendall
Robia LaMorte ... Jenny Calendar
Charlie Weber ... Ben
Harry Groener ... Mayor Richard Wilkins
D.B. Woodside ... Principal Robin Wood
Clare Kramer ... Glory
Iyari Limon ... Kennedy
Bailey Chase ... Graham Miller
Leonard Roberts ... Forrest Gates
Sarah Hagan ... Amanda
Alexis Denisof ... Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
George Hertzberg ... Adam
Lindsay Crouse ... Professor Maggie Walsh
Erik Betts ... Agent Brown
Mark Metcalf ... The Master
Elizabeth Anne Allen ... Amy Madison
Indigo ... Rona
Jason Hall ... Devon MacLeish
James Charles Leary ... Clem
Felicia Day ... Vi
Kali Rocha ... Halfrek
Clara Bryant ... Molly
Andrew J. Ferchland ... Collin
Julie Benz ... Darla
Troy Blendell ... Jinx
Larry Bagby ... Larry Blaisdell
Camden Toy ... Ubervamp
Todd Duffey ... Murk
Kristy Wu ... Chao-Ahn
Adam Kaufman ... Parker Abrams
Nathan Fillion ... Caleb
K. Todd Freeman ... Mr. Trick
Saverio Guerra ... Willy the Snitch
Ethan Erickson ... Percy West
Dean Butler ... Hank Summers
Ken Lerner ... Principal Bob Flutie
Robin Sachs ... Ethan Rayne
Brian Thompson ... Luke
Jeff Kober ... Rack
Andy Umberger ... D'Hoffryn
Jack Plotnick ... Deputy Mayor Allan Finch
James Lurie ... Mr. Miller
Randy Thompson ... Dr. Kriegel
Sharon Ferguson ... Primitive
Rob Nagle ... Robson
Fab Filippo ... Scott Hope
Geoff Meed ... Mag
Conor O'Farrell ... Colonel McNamara
Bianca Lawson ... Kendra
Jack Stehlin ... Dr. Angelman
James MacDonald ... Detective Stein
Kevin Weisman ... Dreg
Steven W. Bailey ... Cave Demon
Amelinda Smith ... Katrina Silber
Joel Grey ... Doc
Harris Yulin ... Quentin Travers
Bob Morrisey ... Crazy #1
Phina Oruche ... Olivia
Justin Gorence ... Orlando
Amy Powell ... Reporter
Walter Borchert ... Demon #2
Megan Gray ... Sandy
Dania Ramirez ... Caridad
Paul Bates ... Crazy #2
Mary Wilcher ... Shannon
Lisa Ann Cabasa ... Injured Girl
Carl J. Johnson ... Crazy #3
Paige Moss ... Veruca
Max Perlich ... Whistler
Abraham Benrubi ... Olaf
Franc Ross ... Razor
Jeremy Ratchford ... Lyle Gorch
Azura Skye ... Cassie Newton
Kelly Connell ... Norman Pfister
Eric Saiet ... Dalton
Rob Benedict ... Jape
Nick Chinlund ... Major Ellis
Cynthia Lamontagne ... Lydia
Julia Lee ... Chanterelle
Chet Grissom ... Detective
Oliver Muirhead ... Phili
Mike Grief ... Klyed
Kirsten Nelson ... Lorraine Ross
William Monaghan ... Dr. Gregory
Amanda Wilmshurst ... Joy
Jeff McCredie ... Officer
Vincent Schiavelli ... Uncle Enyos
Alastair Duncan ... Collins
Kris Iyer ... Nigel
Paul Greenberg ... Shempy Vamp
Brian Reddy ... Police Chief Bob
Eric Balfour ... Jesse McNally
Kelly Donovan ... Xander Double
Lily Knight ... Gronx
Marion Calvert ... Gina
Damian Mooney ... Patrol Cop
Stacey Scowley ... Young Woman
Nicole Bilderback ... Cordette
Mace Lombard ... Tom
Joy Demichelle Moore ... Ms. Lefcourt
K.D. Aubert ... Nikki Wood
Amy Chance ... Aphrodesia
Roger W. Morrissey ... Demon
Neil Daly ... Mason
Michael Younger ... Truck Driver
Lalaine ... Chloe
Bob Fimiani ... Mr. Ward
Bru Muller ... Mr. Davis
Bryan Cuprill ... Roy
Paul Hayes ... Older Nightwatchman
Brett Wagner ... Trucker
Persia White ... Aura
John O'Leary ... Council Member #5
Robert Vito ... Cute Boy
Tamara Braun ... Frenzied Girl
Kristen Winnicki ... Cordette
Jeffrey Steven Smith ... Adam
Bonita Friedericy ... Manager
Jeff Ricketts ... Weatherby
Harry Johnson ... Parent #1
Kevin Owers ... Smith
Jennifer Shon ... Rachel
Alan Henry Brown ... Demon Bartender
Kelly Lynn Warren ... Parent #2
James M. Connor ... Scientist
Hila Levy ... Pretty Girl
Matthew Lang ... 2nd Male Partygoer
Richard Wharton ... Homeowner
Alice Dinnean ... Baby Demon Puppeteer
Brad Kane ... Jonathan Levinson
David Fury ... Mustard Man
Marti Noxon ... Parking Ticket Woman
Amanda Fuller ... Eve
David Meunier ... Rat-Faced Demon
Jeff Pruitt ... Bouncer
Spice Williams-Crosby ... Career Day Police Officer
Scott Duthie ... Party Crasher Zombie
Angie Hart ... Herself

Created by:
Joss Whedon

Writing credits:
Joss Whedon
Marti Noxon
Jane Espenson
David Fury
Douglas Petrie
David Greenwalt
Rebecca Rand Kirshner
Drew Z. Greenberg
Dean Batali
Rob Des Hotel
Steven S. DeKnight
Drew Goddard
Tracey Forbes
David Tyron King
Ashley Gable
Matt Kiene
Joe Reinkemeyer
Thomas A. Swyden
Dan Vebber

Opening theme: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Theme"
Written by: Nerf Herder

Original music by:
Christophe Beck
Thomas Wanker
Robert Duncan
Walter Murphy
Shawn K. Clement
Sean Murray
Douglas Romayne
Bob Thiele Jr.

Cinematography by:
Michael Gershman
Raymond Stella
Kenneth D. Zunder

Language: English
Country: United States

Directed by:
Joss Whedon
James A. Contner
David Solomon
David Grossman
Michael Gershman
Bruce Seth Green
Nick Marck
James Whitmore Jr.
David Greenwalt
David Semel
Michael Lange
Douglas Petrie
John T. Kretchmer
Ellen S. Pressman
Daniel Attias
Marti Noxon
David Fury
Rick Rosenthal
Marita Grabiak

Produced by:
Gail Berman
Gareth Davies
Sandy Gallin
Fran Rubel Kuzui
Kaz Kuzui
Joss Whedon
David Solomon
David Greenwalt
Marti Noxon
Jane Espenson
David Fury
Marc D. Alpert
John F. Perry
Douglas Petrie
Gary Law
Kelly A. Manners
Denise Pleune
Brian Wankum
James A. Contner
Howard Gordon
Joseph M. Ellis

Number of seasons: 7

Original channel:
The WB

20th Century Fox Television
Mutant Enemy
Kuzui Enterprises
Sandollar Television

2002 Nominated AFI TV Award AFI Drama Series of the Year
2005 Nominated Saturn Award Best DVD Television Programming
2004 Won Saturn Award Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series
2004 Nominated Saturn Award Best Actress in a Television Series
2003 Won Cinescape Genre Face of the Future Award Female
2003 Saturn Award Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series
2003 Nominated Saturn Award Best Actress in a Television Series 2002 Won Cinescape Genre Face of the Future Award, Male
2002 Saturn Award Best Network Television Series
2002 Nominated Saturn Award Best Actress in a Television Series
2001 Won Saturn Award Best Network Television Series
2000 Saturn Award Best Genre TV Actress
1999 Saturn Award Best Genre Network Series
1998 Won Saturn Award Best Genre Network Series
2000 Nominated Bram Stoker Award Screenplay
1999 Won C.A.S. Award Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series
2003 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series
2002 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
2002 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic)
2002 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Music Direction
2000 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series
2000 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
2000 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
1999 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Makeup for a Series
1999 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series
1998 Won Emmy Outstanding Makeup for a Series
1998 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series
1997 Nominated Emmy Outstanding Makeup for a Series
2000 Won Eyegore Award
2002 Nominated GLAAD Media Award Outstanding Drama Series
2001 Nominated GLAAD Media Award Outstanding TV Drama Series
2001 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Drama
2003 Won Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award Best Special Makeup Effects - Television Series
2003 Nominated Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award Best Period Hair Styling - Television Series
2000 Won Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award Best Special Effects Makeup - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime)
2004 Nominated Hugo Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form
2003 Won Hugo Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form
2003 Nominated IHG Award Best Television
2000 Nominated IHG Award Best Television
1999 Nominated IHG Award Best Television
2002 Won Golden Reel Award Best Sound Editing in Television - Music, Episodic Live Action and Adventure
2002 Won SFX Award Best Comedy Performance
2002 Won Special Achievement Award Outstanding Television Ensemble
2000 Won TV Guide Award Favorite Sci-Fi / Fantasy Show
2003 Won Television Critics Association Awards, Heritage Award
2000 Won Viewers for Quality Television Awards, Founder's Award
2004 Won VES Award Outstanding Visual Effects in a Television Series

Also Known As:
Buffy, la cazavampiros
Bafi, ubica vampira
Buffy - Im Bann der Damonen
Buffy - Vampyrdr?beren
Buffy - Vampyrenes skrekk
Buffy - Vampyrernes skr?k
Buffy contre les vampires
Buffy i vampirofonissa
Buffy och vampyrerna
Buffy vampyrdodaren
Buffy, Cacadora de Vampiros
Buffy, a vampirok reme
Buffy, l'ammazzavampiri
Buffy, the Vampire Slayer: The Series
Buffy, vampyyrintappaja Finland


Seth Green played Oz, the werewolf boyfriend of Alyson Hannigan. He also played her boyfriend in My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988).

Seth Green is the only cast member to have acted in both the TV series and the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992). (Green was cut from the feature film, but still appeared on the videotape box.)

Many of Andrew Wells's (Tom Lenk) lines include references to the online fan community (the male slayer discussion, his inability to understand Dawn and Buffy's link).

The names of buildings and places at fictional U.C. Sunnydale are actual locations and buildings at real-life U.C. Santa Cruz.

The first Sunnydale High School set is the same set used in Beverly Hills 90210 as West Beverly Hills High.

The series is based not on the feature film Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992), but Joss Whedon's original screenplay, which had been heavily rewritten to be more comedic. The Buffy comic book series adapted the screenplay, bringing the events of the movie in line with the TV show's continuity.

Before he was turned into a vampire, Spike's name was William. Angel's real name was Liam, which is the Irish version of the English/British William.

There are 43 churches in the town of Sunnydale (something to do with it being located on the Hellmouth).



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