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Hurricane Smith

Hurricane Smith(1992)

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Brief Synopsis

When an American man's sister disappears on Australia's Gold Coast, he is forced to investigate.

Cast & Crew

Colin Budds Director
Carl Weathers Billy Smith
Tony Bonner Howard Fenton
Jurgen Prochnow Charlie Dowd
David Argue Shanks
John Ewart Julie'S Grandfather
John Stokes Director Of Photography
Brad Shield Camera Operator
Damian Wyvill Camera Operator Trainee
Peter A Kinloch Screenwriter
Daniel O'Toole Producer
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MPAA Ratings:  R Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1992 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures International .....World Wide Theatrical Distributor, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group .....Domestic Video Distributor, Greater Union Organization .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor, Dda Public Relations .....Public Relations
Duration(mins):  Country:  Australia (AU)
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Duration(reels):     

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  • Hurricane Smith (1992)

    James Higgins 2010-07-06

    Poorly constructed action movie with surprisingly lame fight scenes. The acting never rises above average. The story fails to convince and is all too... MORE>