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Korean martial arts master teams up with US police detective to solve the mystery of his missing sister. Their search leads to a sinister underworld organization that they must battle their way through. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Julian Lee ... 'Dragon' Pak

Barbara Gehring ... Lt. 'Hawk' Hawkins

Trygve Lode ... Therion
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael L. Amory ... Apartment superintendent
Christina B. ... (voice)
Leslie Bova ... Foreign girl
Marnie Brooks ... Russian agent
Gene Brown ... (voice)
Pete Conners ... (voice)
Lee Crawford ... Denver Express shuttle driver
Corey Davidson ... AMR paramedic
Norman Dehm ... Adama
Sam Del Rio ... Aveer
Sunshine Diaz ... Waitress
Chris Dressler ... Gabriel
Billy Easter ... Nurse
George Elliot ... Stan Hawkins
Laura Elliot ... Nurse
Cathryn Farnsworth ... Diana

Steve Fite ... Jeremy
George Flynn ... (voice)
Kate Ford ... Bartender
Gayle Galvez ... Cindi Pak
Susan L. Gann ... Police officer #2
Michelle Grove ... Mai'im
Anna Hadzi ... Pauline
Gary Hansbrough ... Capt. Moreland
Allen Heaton ... Aish
Michelle Jasinski ... Dead sister
Rob Johnson ... Harv
Jennifer Kahler ... Lora Chan
Christian Lertch ... Squadroom officer
Kate Lynott ... Doctor
Trina Magness ... Aleese
Ed Mann ... (voice)
Phil Martinez ... Taxi driver
Roseanna Martinez ... Zone cab driver

Brian McCulley ... Macao agent
Brett McEntire ... (voice)
Ron Montoya ... Police detective
Michelle Muñoz ... AMR EMT (as Michelle Munoz)
Karl Nealer ... Vice cop
Ted Newsome ... Police officer #1
Leigh Ann Post ... Shopkeeper
Donald Richardson ... Edgar Dante
Vivienne Roberts ... (voice)
Daryl Rolando ... Col. Maxwell

Steef Sealy ... Jules (as Steve Sealy)

Scott Sheely ... Lab technician
Laurel Sheridan ... Therion's bodyguard #1
Jamie Shoup ... Edgar's captive
Natalie Smith ... Modeling agent
Jennifer Stone ... (voice)
Travis Torres ... Bystander
Steven Vestey ... (voice)
Liz White ... (voice)
Alex Wilder ... Therion's bodyguard #2
Ken Witt ... Vincent

Directed by
Mark Steven Grove 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Gosnell 

Produced by
Darlene Cypser .... producer
David Skaggs .... associate producer
Denice Steele .... assistant producer
 
Original Music by
Guy Bianchini 
 
Cinematography by
Charles Gary 
 
Film Editing by
George W. Ball 
 
Casting by
Peggy Larson 
 
Production Design by
Rob Westan 
 
Art Direction by
Jim Hill 
Randy Price 
 
Set Decoration by
Jamie Stewart-Curl 
 
Makeup Department
Jeanette Carr .... hair stylist
Raymond Collins .... assistant makeup artist
Kathleen Kennec .... key hair stylist
Kathleen Kennec .... key makeup artist
Cynthia Montgomery .... makeup assistant
 
Production Management
Linda Englund .... production manager
Cathryn Farnsworth .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jeff Archuleta .... second assistant director
Marilyn Casselman .... first assistant director (as Marilynn Casselman)
Terri James .... second second assistant director
Max Sandoval .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Paul Alman .... lead man
Jason Doty .... set dresser
Jeff Gruber .... construction coordinator
Ted Kuenz .... swing gang
Dave Magoun .... graphic designer
Steve Malmborg .... swing gang
Garry Moore .... on-set dresser
Matt Mountjoy .... set designer
Richard Pietsch .... set dresser
Dave Richter .... swing gang
Bryan Turbett .... swing gang
 
Sound Department
Jim Boardman .... sound engineer
Devendra Damon Cleary .... cable person
Devendra Damon Cleary .... second boom operator
John Doryk .... foley artist
George Flynn .... supervising sound editor
Randy Hansen .... sound editor
Mark Kilburn .... boom operator
Bruce C. Marshall .... surround engineer
Dave Schaaf .... production sound mixer
Bryan Strickland .... cable person
 
Special Effects by
Michelle Grove .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... optical blowup and compositing: THDX (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Adrian Affatica .... stunt fighter
Jeff Clapp .... stunt fighter
Norman Dehm .... stunt assistant
Jeff Dunhill .... stunt fighter
Mark Steven Grove .... stunt coordinator
Mark Steven Grove .... utility stunts
Ryan Payne .... stunt fighter
Ruselis Aumeen Perry .... stunt fighter (as Ruselis Perry)
Daryl Rolando .... stunt coordinator
Jenny Stone .... stunt fighter
Steven Stroelein .... stunt fighter
Brian Topor .... stunt fighter
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Donatus Agbakwu .... electrician
Mark Alston .... rigging gaffer/best boy
Tod Boyle .... assistant camera
Christopher Bullock .... assistant camera
Kathy Bush .... still photographer
Paul Eichler .... grip
Fintan Gerard-Roche .... still photographer
Jim Goldsworthy .... director of photography: second unit
Graham Green .... gaffer
James Hatridge .... grip
Juliet Jones .... still photographer
Terry Moses .... gaffer
Michael Myers .... still photographer
Eric O'Conner .... camera loader
Matt Patterson .... best boy grip
Matt Patterson .... electrician
Stephen Martin Paull .... lighting technician
Rob Raker .... grip
Bradley D. Reed .... grip (as Bradley Reed)
Patrick Q. Robinson .... video assist operator
Laura VanTine .... still photographer
Ralph Walters .... dolly grip
Steve Waltman .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tamara Becker .... wardrobe assistant
Heather Lynn Emerich .... wardrobe assistant
Adam E. Moon .... wardrobe assistant
Jane L. Nelson-Rud .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Carl Hunsaker .... negative cutter
Doug Ledin .... color timer
 
Music Department
George M. Pulcino II .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
John Powell .... driver
Dennis J. Steele .... driver
Mathew Waltman .... driver
Steve Waltman .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Greg Anderson .... action consultant
Lisa Boehm .... production assistant
Kathy Bush .... assistant publicist
Jamel Caver .... production assistant
John Clark .... production assistant
Mary Conway .... publicist
Christopher Cypser .... logo designer
Jonta Davis .... production assistant
Gordon Eaton .... production assistant
Dominic Fanelli .... production assistant
Laura Lee .... script supervisor
Kevin Ling .... production assistant
Jessica Lockfield .... production assistant
Bryan Morrill .... production assistant
Clinton Perry .... production assistant
Deb Powell .... nurse
Rob Rapplean .... production assistant
Natalie Smith .... extras coordinator
Rick Sorenson .... craft service
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for some violence and language
Runtime:
86 min
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Trivia:
Trygve Lode, who plays the villain Therion, also did the vocals for the song, "Now You're Mine (sei Meine)" heard in the background in the Inferno club.See more »
Quotes:
'Dragon' Pak:I think someone is really mad at us.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Tiger Street (1998)See more »
Soundtrack:
Prove ItSee more »

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Not just for martial arts enthusiasts!, 20 November 2001
Author: Kevin Murcray from Littleton, Colorado, USA

I'm not normally a very big fan of martial arts films - I need more than lots of good fight scenes to really enjoy a movie. This one has more. Most of the (admittedly very few) martial arts movies I've seen have fairly week plots that serve only to carry the action, and little in the way of a true story, character development, humor (Jackie Chan movies being a notable exception), etc.

Dragon and the Hawk is a pleasant exception. It has a tight plot that delivers a good story without any notable plot holes, very good dialogue and reasonable character development, a bit of humor sprinkled in, believable characters that are well-acted, and a high-energy soundtrack to go with the high-energy action. The evil scientist Therion (Trygve Lode) is downright creepy...

All in all, I think Dragon and the Hawk is an excellent film, even for people like me that aren't all that into martial arts films. And for those of you who are, you won't be disappointed - if it's fight scenes you want, Dragon and the Hawk really delivers!

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