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First Daughter (1999)

A female Secret Service agent goes against protocol to save the U.S. president from an assassination attempt. She is reassigned to protect the president's daughter, which she considers a ... See full summary »

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Grant Coleman
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Jess Hayes
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Dirk Lindman (as Diamond Dallas Page)
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Daly
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Troy Nelson
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Mark
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Cassie
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Daniel Murphy ...
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Rodney Power ...
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Mariel McClorey ...
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A female Secret Service agent goes against protocol to save the U.S. president from an assassination attempt. She is reassigned to protect the president's daughter, which she considers a demotion. When the first daughter is kidnapped during a hiking trip, the agent and a river guide go to rescue her. Written by Anonymous

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American terrorists have kidnapped the president's daughter. Now, a federal agent and a river guide must risk it all to bring her back alive.


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15 August 1999 (USA)  »

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Garde rapprochée  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Writer-producers Chad Hayes and Carey Hayes used their own surname for that of the fictitious US president. See more »

Goofs

When Alex tells Jess she's going to get some sun block, a yellow Ford pickup passes behind her. Then after about 3 seconds, when the camera is behind Alex, she is starting to walk away and the same yellow Ford is passing in front of the camera. See more »

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Followed by First Target (2000) See more »

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Very nice
3 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

Some of the films Gregory Harrison has been in have just been a waste of his talent, but this seems like a very good beginning that might survive a few rounds. President Jonathan Hayes (Greg Harrison) has constant bodyguards around him and his daughter, but still a militia team of terrorists try to kill him at some party, but he is saved by the brave agent Alex McGregor (Mariel Hemingway), but her boss agent Daley (I know I've seen him before. He looks like the guy from an Australian soap opera called Neighbours...Jim Robinson or something)well he isn't pleased about her work or on how she saved the president. When Jess,(Monica Keena) the president's 16 year old daughter is tired of having agents around all the time and with limited chances of acting out her teenage issues he decides to let her go on some outdoor adventure thing with a friend, a few kids and 3 agents including Alex, but she isn't fond of Alex since she thinks Alex likes her widower dad. The terrorists, who tried to kill the president are also ironically in Montana at the same time and they kidnap Jess in order to get their leader back. With the help of Grant (Doug Savant), who is a guide Alex decides to go rescue Jess. Now i really liked this movie especially Doug Savant, he was really good in this. Thank god he left Melrose Place he was getting dragged down there, but this movie and the future sequel to it will no doubt be great.


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