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Deadly Intent (13-May-1988)

Director: Nigel Dick

Writer: John Goff

Music Composed by: Ethan James

Producer: Jackelyn Giroux

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Maud Adams
Actor
12-Feb-1945   Octopussy
David Dukes
Actor
6-Jun-1945 9-Oct-2000 War and Remembrance
Lisa Eilbacher
Actor
5-May-1957   Beverly Hills Cop
Lance Henriksen
Actor
5-May-1940   Aliens, Dead Man
Steve Railsback
Actor
16-Nov-1948   Helter Skelter
Fred Williamson
Football
5-Mar-1938   Football star, Original Gangstas

CAST

Lisa Eilbacher   ...   Laura Keaton
Steve Railsback   ...   Jeff Kirkwood
Maud Adams   ...   Elise Marlowe
Fred Williamson   ...   Curt Slate
Persis Khambatta   ...   Francesca Slate
Pamela Seamone   ...   Nadine Weston
Solly Marx   ...   Harley
Lance Henriksen   ...   Raymond
David Dukes   ...   Myron Weston
Co-Starring
Pamela Roylance   ...   Vicky
Curt Lowens   ...   Hernando Ramirez
Clayton Rohner   ...   Scott
John Goff   ...   Det. Bergman
Cathleen Chin   ...   Sandy the Newscaster
Myra Chasen   ...   Gorgeous Woman
Diane Sherry   ...   Ellen
Ann Marie Gillis   ...   Joanne
Carl Cirocco   ...   Carl
Kendal Kaldwell   ...   Woman
Robert Shauger   ...   Man
Alan Fenster   ...   Wayne Allen
Gregory Van Gorder   ...   Priest
Wayne Baldan   ...   Weston's Neighbor
Noel De Souza   ...   Man at the Pier
Jackie Giroux   ...   Jenine
Nigel Dick   ...   Bum
Gary James   ...   Policeman
David Tisue   ...   Policeman
Bob McKissick   ...   Limo Driver #1
Timothy Erben   ...   Limo Driver #2

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