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Martial Outlaw -- Kevin White is a Drug Enforcement Agent investigating a million dollar drug deal by a Russian mob kingpin.  He shares his plan to bust up the drug deal with his brother Jack.  Jack, a corrupt policeman, uses the information to his own advantage.


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17 November 1993 (USA) See more »
A DEA agent and his brother, a Los Angeles cop, battle the Russian mafia. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jeff Wincott ... DEA Agent Kevin White
Gary Hudson ... Sgt. Jack White

Vladimir Skomarovsky ... Nikolai Rachenko

Krista Errickson ... Lori White

Liliana Komorowska ... Marina

Natasha Pavlovich ... Mia
Gary Wood ... Lt. Evans
Ari Barak ... Andrei Antonov

Christopher Kriesa ... Hal
Thomas Ritz ... Grunsky

Richard Jaeckel ... Mr. White
Stefanos Miltsakakis ... Sergei
Edi Wilde ... Ivan

Anna Karin ... Waitress
Richard Kwong ... Shop Owner
Ed Moore ... Commander Burke
Christopher Ursitti ... San Francisco Agent
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Al Leong ... Asian thug robber (uncredited)

Will Leong ... Stick Fighter (uncredited)

Directed by
Kurt Anderson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Bryant  story
Pierre David  story
Thomas Ritz  screenplay
Thomas Ritz  story
George Saunders  story
Meyer Shwarzstein  story

Produced by
Pierre David .... producer
John Bryant Hedberg .... associate producer
Robert Lansing Parker .... co-producer
George Saunders .... associate producer
Meyer Shwarzstein .... production executive
Noël A. Zanitsch .... co-producer
Original Music by
Louis Febre 
Cinematography by
Jürgen Baum 
Film Editing by
Michael Thibault 
Casting by
Cathy Henderson 
Production Design by
Deborah Raymond 
Dorian Vernacchio 
Set Decoration by
Terri L. Schaetzle 
Costume Design by
Yana Syrkin 
Makeup Department
Philippa Gutridge .... makeup artist
Production Management
Robert Lansing Parker .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steven Buhai .... second assistant director (as Steve Buhai)
Thomas Burke .... first assistant director: second unit
Steve Cohen .... second unit director
Christina Fong .... second second assistant director
Maria L. Melograne .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jason Cusson .... special props builder
Geoff Lancaster .... swing
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Mark Allen .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Allen .... supervising sound editor
Leslie Bloome .... foley artist (as Leslie Bloom)
Adam Joseph .... sound
Reid A. Woodbury Jr. .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Joseph Cornell .... special effects assistant
Tsuyoshi Abe .... stunts
Jon Agro .... stunts
Kurek Ashley .... stunts
John Blenkhorn .... stunts
Danial Donai .... stunts
Christina Fong .... utility stunts
Ivan G'Vera .... stunts (as Ivan Gvira)
Mike Gunther .... stunts
Jim Hardy .... stunts
Rick Kahana .... stunts
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunts
Leo Lee .... stunts
Al Leong .... stunts
Solly Marx .... stunts
Jeff Michaels .... stunts
Billy Oliver .... stunts (as Bill Oliver)
Peewee Piemonte .... stunts (as Richard "Pee Wee" Piemonte)
Jeff Pruitt .... fight choreographer
Jeff Pruitt .... stunt coordinator
Jeff Pruitt .... stunts
Spiro Razatos .... stunts
Koichi Sakamoto .... assistant stunt coordinator
Koichi Sakamoto .... stunts
Gregg Sargeant .... stunts
Jeff Smolek .... stunts
Tony Snegoff .... stunts
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts (as Patrick Statham)
Alon Stivi .... stunts (as Alon Stioui)
Danny Wong .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Benjamin Lehmann .... assistant camera
Deborah Lipman .... focus puller: second unit
Doug Weinmann .... electrician
Casting Department
Jeff Carrara .... casting associate
Music Department
Meyer Shwarzstein .... music supervisor
Other crew
Andrew C. Keeter .... location manager
Martin Kitrosser .... script supervisor
Nili Sinai .... script supervisor

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A Must-See for each Martial Arts Fan - Underrated Classic !!, 11 December 2010
Author: homecoming8 from Belgium

Jeff Wincott (from 80's TV-series Night Heat) had potential to become the next Van Damme or Seagal. But he only made a couple of really good movies, after "Mission Of Justice" he returned with the same production crew for "Martial Outlaw". The story is, considering it's a martial arts movie, really good with an interesting premises: Kevin (Jeff Wincott) and Jack White (Gary Hudson) are brothers and both cops in different cities. A drug case brings them together, but Jack crosses the line and Kevin is the one who has to stop him. The acting is good, besides the action there is some good drama between Jack, his wife and his father. Kevin is mixed up in all this.

The fighting scenes are excellent, Wincott is in top form: The scene is the restaurant is filled with action and great fights and the "Russian Circle" scene is already a classic. It reminds you of great martial arts films like "Kiss of The Dragon" and "Lionheart".

The rest of the cast is also good, look out for Stefanos Miltsakakis as cool bad-ass Sergei. He was also in other genre movies like "Cyborg" and "Maximum Risk" (as Red Face).

I already saw "Martial Outlaw" a dozen of times and it's still highly entertaining. After this, Wincott made 2 other excellent movies "Open Fire" and "Last Man Standing" (not the Bruce Willis movie). After that, his other movies were not that impressing. To bad because he certainly has charisma like Van Damme in the 80's en 90's.

If you love movies like this and you've never seen this one, try to find it, it's certainly worth it.

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