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The Stairway To Heaven

Day in day out I get questions all the time about the tv series, so please read this before contacting me I might have already answered your question in this FAQ. If there is a question that is not answered here contact me. Also a lot of your questions maybe answered here in a chat I did with Bryce Zabel back in June 2000, click here to read a copy of the chat.

Q: In the episode swith the female crow what was the song playing and who is it by?
A: The song is by a band called The Painkillers , the song is called "Goodbye". To order a CD with the song on it click here .

Q: Who played the female crow Hannah Foster?
A: Bobbie Phillips played Hannah Foster the female crow or Talon as it was referred to in the show.

Q: Why were snakes used in the show?
A: It was to provide balance to Eric Draven's character, so Eric had to face evil people with equal strength.

Q: Where can I get a copy of The Crow: Stairway To Heaven soundtrack ?
A: Nowhere unless someone is auctioning off their copy on Ebay. The soundtrack was given as a christmas gift to the cast, crew, and friends of the show. I am one the lucky few that have a copy of this soundtrack for more info on the soundtrack click here.

Q: Where can I get videos of the episodes in the series?
A: Well that really depends on where you live. In the United States/Canada it will be available on DVD in July 2007 for more info click here, for Region 2(Europe/Japan) visitors click here, for Region 4 (Australia) visitors click here for Volume 1 and click here for Volume 2.

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