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Flashpoint (31-Aug-1984)

Director: William Tannen

Writers: Dennis Shryack; Michael Butler

From novel by: George La Fountaine

Music Composed and Performed by: Tangerine Dream

Producer: Skip Short

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roberts Blossom
25-Mar-1924 8-Jul-2011 Deranged
Miguel Ferrer
7-Feb-1955   Agent Rosenfield on Twin Peaks
Tess Harper
15-Aug-1950   Crimes of the Heart
Kris Kristofferson
22-Jun-1936   Me and Bobby McGee
Jean Smart
13-Sep-1959   Charlene on Designing Women
Kurtwood Smith
3-Jul-1943   Red on That 70's Show
Rip Torn
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show
Treat Williams
1-Dec-1951   Prince of the City


Kris Kristofferson   ...   Logan
Treat Williams   ...   Ernie
Rip Torn   ...   Sheriff Wells
Kevin Conway   ...   Brook
Kurtwood Smith   ...   Carson
Miguel Ferrer   ...   Roget
Jean Smart   ...   Doris
Guy Boyd   ...   Lambasino
Mark Slade   ...   Hawthorne
Roberts Blossom   ...   Amarillo
Tess Harper   ...   Ellen
Terry Alexander   ...   Peterson
William Frankfather   ...   Lacy
Nora Heflin   ...   Lambasino's Date
Joaquin Martinez   ...   Pedroza
Ana Marie Auther   ...   Roget's Date
Barry Davis   ...   Max
Sam Edelman   ...   Van Driver
Robert Elliott   ...   Michael Curtis
Robin Wayne Fugett   ...   Border Patrol Agent
Henry Max Kendrick   ...   Coin Dealer
Justin Lord   ...   Army Private
Will Morton   ...   Border Patrol
Grant Wheeler   ...   Border Patrol


Review by jim (posted on 29-Oct-2009)

This obsure movie released on HBO in early 1984, was an excellent story, great directing, and a perfect cast. A look at the life of the U.S. Border Patrol, patroling along the Texas border, when an unexpected find by border patrolman Bobby, (Kris C.) creates a Federal Government frenzy coming out of Washington D.C. Fed. agent portrayed by Kurtwood Smith. Which was one of the most sinister realistic depiction of a CIA agent type ever. Rip Torn portrays a Co. Sheriff, Treat Williams friend and fellow BP agent. Conspiracy buffs will love this film. This film must of been buried for a reason. Many twists and turns to keep you interested, and wanting more.

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