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Writer (WGA):
J.A. Rosen (written by)
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Release Date:
28 May 1995 (USA) See more »
Honour Amongst Thieves Is A Deadly Illusion
T.C. Cooper is sprung from prison by Oscar Pierce, an F.B.I. agent, and given a task: take down master thief Jimmy Ray Danker. He accepts, but neither man expected the plan's single complication: Julia Summers, Jimmy Ray's lover. | Add synopsis »
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Michael Paré ... Teddy

Billy Dee Williams ... Oscar

Ashley Laurence ... Julia

Patrick Bergin ... Jimmy Ray
Zachary Weintraub ... Donald (as Zachary Bogatz)

James Hong ... Old Chinese Man

Kevin Rushton ... Alley Tough #1
Vince Guerriero ... Alley Tough #2
Earl Williams ... Warden
Eric Bryson ... Prison Guard
Gene Mack ... Biggs
Errol Gee ... Prisoner

Roy T. Anderson ... Prisoner (as Roy Anderson)

John Stoneham Sr. ... Prisoner

Robert Racki ... Prison Guard
Ray Paisley ... Prison Guard
Peter Szkoda ... Prison Guard
John Vasilantonakis ... Tiny

Lara Daans ... Tiny's Pal

Tig Fong ... Bar Hood

Todd Schroeder ... Bar Hood (as Todd William Schroeder)
Robert Thomas ... Bar Hood
Ardon Bess ... Ben
Matt Heney ... Car Hop
Sandro Limotta ... Bouncer
David Huband ... William
Susan Horton ... Girl in Club
Indira Nizimally ... Garden Waitress
Barry Koen-Butt ... Swat Team Leader
Matt Cooke ... Security Truck Driver #1
Robert France ... Security Truck Driver #2
John Westley Ho ... Chinese Cop #1
James Kano ... Chinese Cop #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Patrick Ezerzer ... Jimmy Ray's Driver (uncredited)

Directed by
Jenö Hodi 
Writing credits
J.A. Rosen (written by)

Produced by
Charles H. Joffe .... executive producer
Tom Kuhn .... producer
Julian Marks .... co-producer
Fred Weintraub .... producer
Original Music by
Larry Brown  (as Larry H. Brown)
Dan Stein  (as Daniel Stein)
Cinematography by
Bernard Auroux 
Film Editing by
Dean Goodhill 
Casting by
Beth Klein 
Production Design by
Gerry Holmes 
Costume Design by
Jana Stern 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Branko Racki .... second unit director
Sound Department
Tim Boggs .... supervising adr editor
Patrick Giraudi .... re-recording mixer
Thomas Hidderley .... sound recordist
David Horton .... boom operator
Derek Marcil .... adr mixer
Marc Vanocur .... sound editor
Eric Bryson .... stunt performer
Branko Racki .... stunt coordinator
Peter Szkoda .... stunt performer (1995)
Camera and Electrical Department
Carson T. Foster .... assistant key grip
Casting Department
Donna Dupere .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Ricardo Olivero .... color timer
Location Management
Mark Moore .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Spencer Proffer .... music supervisor
Other crew
Taryn Ash .... stand-in
Chantal Cholette .... assistant to director
Melody Comrie .... production coordinator
Teri Spasov .... production accountant

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Rated R for strong violence, language and a scene of sexuality
95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

The entire film was completed well within its three week schedule.See more »
Continuity: During the robbery of the hotel at the beginning, Jimmy-Ray readies the gun in the jacket of his uniform. About 20 seconds later when he uses it to shoot Julia's accomplice he produces it from his hip. Not only is this a different place from where he put it, but also there was nowhere on the hip of the uniform to position such a gun.See more »
Teddy:"Throughout history all the best wars were won on paper before the first shot was even fired."See more »
Keep Your Hands to YourselfSee more »


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5 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Nobody nails their character, 10 May 2004
Author: smatysia ( from Houston

Not too bad of a premise, although the title sort of gives away what might better have been held back. However, none of the primary actors ever made their characters at all realistic. A big collection of unconvincing characters. Michael Madsen would have been good in Patrick Bergin's role. Bergin just didn't pull off the menace necessary for the part. Billy Dee Williams and Michael Pare weren't any better. Ashley Laurence, despite being major eye candy, couldn't make me believe the craziness she needed to portray. Overall, I can't find any good reason to recommend this film to anyone. (Okay, maybe for Ashley Laurence's brief nude scenes) It's not terrible, but it's not good. Grade: D

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