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Hard Target (20-Aug-1993)

Director: John Woo

Writer: Chuck Pfarrer

Music by: Graeme Revell

Producers: James Jacks; Sean Daniel

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts, Archery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wilford Brimley
Actor
27-Sep-1934   Grandfatherly actor, shill for Oatmeal Industry
Yancy Butler
Actor
2-Jul-1970   Witchblade
Lance Henriksen
Actor
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Kasi Lemmons
Actor
24-Feb-1961   Eve's Bayou
Ted Raimi
Actor
14-Dec-1965   Joxer on Xena, Warrior Princess
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Actor
18-Oct-1960   Timecop
Arnold Vosloo
Actor
16-Jun-1962   The Mummy

CAST

Jean-Claude Van Damme   ...   Chance Boudreaux
Lance Henriksen   ...   Fouchon
Yancy Butler   ...   Natasha Binder
Arnold Vosloo   ...   Van Cleaf
Kasi Lemmons   ...   Carmine
Willie Carpenter   ...   Elijah Roper
Eliott Keener   ...   Randal Poe
Marco St. John   ...   Dr. Morton
and
Wilford Brimley   ...   Douvee
Chuck Pfarrer   ...   Binder
Robert Apisa   ...   Mr. Lopacki
Douglas Forsythe Rye   ...   Frick
Michael D. Leinert   ...   Frack
Lenore Banks   ...   Marie
Barbara Tasker   ...   Waitress
Randy Cheramie   ...   Shop Steward
Robert Pavlovich   ...   Police Detective
Joe Warfield   ...   Ismal Zenan
Jeanette Kontomitras   ...   Madam
Ted Raimi   ...   Man on the Street
Sven Thorsen   ...   Stephan
Tom Lupo   ...   Jerome
Jules Sylvester   ...   Peterson
Dave Efron   ...   Billy Bob

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