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Eye of the Tiger (28-Nov-1986)

Director: Richard C. Sarafian

Writer: Michael Montgomery

Music Composed and Conducted by: Don Preston

Producer: Tony Scotti

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Motorcycle Gang

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Judith Barsi
Actor
6-Jun-1978 25-Jul-1988 Murdered child actress
Gary Busey
Actor
29-Jun-1944   The Buddy Holly Story
Seymour Cassel
Actor
22-Jan-1935   Faces
Yaphet Kotto
Actor
15-Nov-1937   Homicide
Bert Remsen
Actor
25-Feb-1925 22-Apr-1999 American character actor
William Smith
Actor
24-Mar-1933   Any Which Way You Can

CAST

Gary Busey   ...   Buck Matthews
Starring
Yaphet Kotto   ...   J. B. Deveraux
Seymour Cassel   ...   Sheriff
Bert Remsen   ...   Fr. Healey
William Smith   ...   Blade
Denise Galik   ...   Christie
and
Kimberlin Ann Brown   ...   Dawn
Also Starring
Judith Barsi   ...   Jennifer
Eric Bolles   ...   Doctor
Joe Brooks   ...   Jake
Douglas Dirkson   ...   Jimmy
Kathryn Fuller   ...   Bingo Lady
Jorge Gil   ...   Jamie
Amelia Haas   ...   Melody / Mini-Cam Reporter
Ray Habercorn   ...   Police Officer
Cooper Huckabee   ...   Roger
Ted Markland   ...   Floyd
Brigitte Muller   ...   Kidnapped Girl
Tom Rosales   ...   Jamie's Relative
Jim Staszkel   ...   Raider-Napper
Timothy Scott   ...   Deputy
Nicholas Testa   ...   Rolls Royce Driver
Mike Walter   ...   Ray

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