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Children of the Corn Behind The Scenes

AKA:
Children of the Corn Picture
1984
Go behind the scenes and learn what went on during the making of the 1984 Horror / Occult movie starring Peter Horton, Linda Hamilton, R.G. Armstrong et al.
The production only cost about $1 million.
This was director Fritz Kiersch's directorial debut. He would go on to helm 80s classic "Tuff Turf".
Though real corn was used for most of filming, polyurethane corn had to be used for the more difficult action sequences.
Contributed by: John S.
As Burt, Sarah and Job are running back to the cornfield at the end of the movie, watch when they pass through the town. As they pass by the City Hall building there is a wide panning shot that clearly shows the words "Cassady and Whiting Block" at the top of the building. Whiting Iowa is where they filmed this scene and most of the mainstreet scenes. It is also where the famous yellow base flag pole is.
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Deleted Scenes
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Alternate Versions
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Children of the Corn