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Deadlock 2: Escape from Zone 14 (9-May-1995)

Director: Graeme Campbell

Writers: Broderick Miller; Chris Cosby; Mel Friedman

Music by: Peter Manning Robinson

Producer: Lisa Richardson

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lorena Gale
Actor
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Stephen McHattie
Actor
3-Feb-1947   Cold Squad
Esai Morales
Actor
1-Oct-1962   Lt. Rodriguez on NYPD Blue
Nia Peeples
Actor
10-Dec-1961   Walker, Texas Ranger
Sarah Strange
Actor
6-Sep-1974   Helen in Da Vinci's Inquest

CAST

Esai Morales   ...   Tony Archer
Stephen McHattie   ...   Jack Claremont
Jon Cuthbert   ...   Jeckel
Sarah Strange   ...   Layla
Douglas Arthurs   ...   Rollins
and
Nia Peeples   ...   Allie Thompson
Doug Abrahams   ...   Watch Captain
Roger Barnes   ...   Cop #2
Peter Bryant   ...   Head Prison Guard
Dave Cameron   ...   Reporter
Adrien Dorval   ...   Con on Bicycle
Lorena Gale   ...   Appeals Judge
John Gibbs   ...   Newsman
Deryl Hayes   ...   Bank Officer
Dee Jay Jackson   ...   Security Guard
Campbell Lane   ...   Judge
Sam Malkin   ...   Wild-Eyed Con
D. Neil Mark   ...   Cop #1
Tom McBeath   ...   Sen. Boyd
Marilyn Norry   ...   Female Convict
Ken Roberts   ...   Penal Officer
Jean & Les Sacani   ...   Cadillac Couple
Cindy Smith   ...   Female Security Guard
Tamara Stanners   ...   Newswoman
April Telek   ...   Blonde Singer
Jerry Wasserman   ...   Attorney

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