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Catch the Heat (13-May-1987)

Director: Joel Silberg

Writer: Stirling Silliphant

Music Composed by: Thomas Chase; Steve Rucker

Producer: Don Van Atta

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Dukes
Actor
6-Jun-1945 9-Oct-2000 War and Remembrance
Rod Steiger
Actor
14-Apr-1925 9-Jul-2002 In The Heat of the Night
Brian Thompson
Actor
28-Aug-1959   The Tillamook Treasure

CAST

David Dukes   ...   Waldo Tarr
Tiana Alexandra   ...   Checkers Goldberg
Rod Steiger   ...   Jason Hannibal
Co-Starring
Brian Thompson   ...   Danny Boy
Jorge Martinez   ...   Raul De Villa
John Hancock   ...   Ike
Brian Libby   ...   Brody
Toru Tanaka   ...   Dozu
Jessica Schultz   ...   Maria
Russell Clark   ...   Reggie
Norman Erlich   ...   Jose Calsado
Cecilia Maresca   ...   Juanita
Jacques Arndt   ...   Dr. Bleyer
Miguel Angel Habud   ...   Ramon
John Dresden   ...   San Francisco Cop
Bill Wood   ...   Officer #1
Amparo Ibarlucia   ...   Hannibal's Secretary
Masafumi Sakanashi   ...   Kendo Master
Geraldo Gardelin   ...   Piano Player
Gary Jensen   ...   San Francisco Drug Dealer
Gene Lehfeldt   ...   San Francisco Drug Dealer
Michael Carr   ...   San Francisco Drug Dealer
Male Dancers
Norberto Maceri   ...   Dancer
Ariel Tejada   ...   Dancer
Patricio Vargas   ...   Dancer
Hugo Velardez   ...   Dancer
Roberto Vernes   ...   Dancer
Roberto Blanzaco   ...   Dancer

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