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Fugitive X: Innocent Target (1996)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Drama | Thriller  -  1 October 1996 (USA)
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Lets play games. Games of death. Adam Trent (David Heavener) is the hunted and what seems like the rest of the world is after him. The least he can expect is to be maimed.

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Adam Trent
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Winters
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Lindsey
Jennifer Moe ...
Alicia
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Kara
Jeff Hixon ...
Howard
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Uncle Billy
Warren A. Stevens ...
Maloney
J. Bartell ...
Eldridge
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Brutis
Bibi Tanya Basha ...
Dell
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Weazel (as Rich Battista)
Robert Wood ...
Barooka Joe
Kevin Christopher Lokey ...
Eddie
Melissa Barrett ...
Veronica
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Lets play games. Games of death. Adam Trent (David Heavener) is the hunted and what seems like the rest of the world is after him. The least he can expect is to be maimed. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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Any resemblance to Steven Seagal is purely accidental
23 January 2001 | by (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews

One-man moviemaking machine David Heavener is the poor man's Steven Seagal with his stylish little ponytail and pained grimace. But Heavener is a bit too geeky-looking to really pull off his imitation. The lead actress even has a superficial resemblance to Sharon Stone. There's blood, guns, kicks, punches and a little T&A to keep Joe Sixpack from getting bored with this utterly derivative action junk. The best thing here was seeing weird-looking Robert Z'Dar play another disposable bad guy. Somebody give this guy a leading role sometime!


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