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Cast (feature film)

By Dawn's Early Light (1990) as Tyler
A full-scale nuclear war is threatened when an unidentified missile strikes a Russian city. The American president and the Soviet premier race against time to stop their own missiles and save the world from destruction.
Naked Lie (1989) as Andy Fencik
An assistant district attorney continues her affair with a judge after he is assigned to preside at a murder trial in which she is the prosecutor. As the case proceeds, she discovers shocking evidence that could severely damage her case, her career and her romance.
Pass The Ammo (1988) as Arnold Limpet
Nightflyers (1987) as "Owl" Keelor
A mysterious entity is slowly destroying the scientists trapped aboard a spaceship.
Dudes (1987) as Wes
Milo, Grant, and Biscuit, three punk kids from New York City, decide to go to Hollywood, traveling across the country in their Volkswagen bug. While they are stopped in Utah for the night, Milo is murdered by a gang wandering through the West on a killing spree. Grant and Biscuit temporarily postpon
Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) as Willie
Detroit cop Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) is watching the news on TV when the reporter tells a story that Axel's friend, Beverly Hills police Captain Andrew Bogomil (Ronny Cox), has been shot. Axel heads out to Beverly Hills to visit Bogomil in the hospital, and is reunited with Bogomil's daughter Jan (Alice Adair). Axel is also reunited with Det. Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and Sgt. John Taggart (John Ashton). Axel, Rosewood, and Taggart soon discover that the alphabet robberies are being masterminded by weapons kingpin Maxwell Dent (Jurgen Prochnow), and Dent had sent his fiancee Karla Fry (Brigitte Nielsen) to kill Bogomil because he had been after Dent.
Peggy Sue Got Married (1986) as Terry
A housewife travels back in time to change the fate of her shotgun wedding.
Patriot, The (1986) as Pink
Lt. Matt Ryder has been dishororably discharged from the United States Navy, but when a nuclear warhead stolen, he is called upon to recover the weapon. Evidence points to the warhead being hidden offshore and Matt begins his investigation, but when he gets together with his ex-girlfriend, a ego-man
Armed And Dangerous (1986)
Two bank security cards are framed for robbery by a mafia boss.
Cotton Club, The (1984) as Ed Popke
Multiple tales of the loves and lives of musicians, tap dancers, singers, gangsters and their molls at Harlem's legendary jazz joint, "The Cotton Club."
Rumble Fish (1983) as Biff Wilcox
A small town gang leader is drawn into one more gang fight, after which his life begins to change.
The Outsiders (1983) as Tim Shephard
Lower-class high-schoolers take on a gang from the right side of the tracks.
Hollywood Knights, The (1980)
Led by their comedic and prank leader, Newbomb Turk, The Hollywood Knights car gang raises hell throughout Beverly Hills on Halloween Night, 1965.
Lady in Red, The (1979) as Eddie
The story of gangster John Dillinger's mistress.

Cast (special)

Sylvan in Paradise (1986) as Sparky
A half-hour comedy pilot, not picked up by NBC, about Sylvan Sprayberry, a bumbling bell captain at a Hawaiian resort hotel where manager Clinton C. Waddle is desperately trying to improve the sagging reputation of his establishment in spite of Sprayberry's knack for creating disasters. The staff a
Riding For the Pony Express (1980) as Billy Bloss
The story, set in the Old West, follows the adventures of Jed Beechum and Albie Foreman, riders for the Pony Express. In the pilot episode, Jed and Albie become involved in a venture to find water for the drought-stricken town of Layover.

Cast (special)

Studs Lonigan (1979) as Young Red Kelly
The television adaptation drawn from James T. Farrell's once-banned-for-being-oh-so-racy '30s trilogy ("Young Lonigan," "The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan" and "Judgment Day") about the struggles and growing pangs of a self-destructive Depression-era Chicago youth introduced to TV viewers the rough

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