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East L.A. Warriors (1989)

 -  Action  -  16 October 1989 (USA)
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Bitter rivalry and endless warfare take over the streets of East L.A.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Bravo ...
Aurelio
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Paulo (as Kamar Reyes)
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Chesare (as Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs)
Sabino Villa Lobos ...
Héctor (as Sabino Via Lobos)
Jastereo Coviare ...
Stone
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Eddie (as James Delasandro)
Dianne Heyden ...
Carmen (as Diane Heyden)
Dan Moreau ...
Miguel
Debra Lee Giometti ...
María (as Debra Giometti)
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Martelli
Jack Rubio ...
Lobo 1
Andy Carranza ...
Lobo 2
Danny Acevedo ...
Juanito
Joey Cuevas ...
Dancer
Sabrina Ferrand ...
Dancer
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Bitter rivalry and endless warfare take over the streets of East L.A.

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Living to Die
Music and Lyrics by Jastereo Coviare and Addison Randall
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13 November 2001 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

Young Man gets help from an experienced fighter, played by Tony Bravo. 20 years earlier William Smith would have played Bravos part. Here, he has only a support-part as restaurant manager. It's a good B-movie in the tradition of classical gang-movies like The Warriors, really worth to watch.


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