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Behind the Mask (1992)

TV Movie  -   -  Action  -  6 June 1992 (USA)
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A man uses multiple disguises to unravel the mysteries and schemes of an arch enemy in a series of 6, 30-minute cliffhangar episodes.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Deborah Winters ...
Roy Alan Wilson ...
Dr. Lane Elliott
Steve Word ...
Dr. Alex Raymond
Kevin Kickman ...
Dr. Lee Falk
James Keany ...
Dr. Bill Whitney
Luis Lemus ...
Deatherage
John Swasey ...
Agent John Reid
Woodrow Thomas ...
Jack Shepherd
René Gatica ...
Dr. Fredrick Louis
Joshua Blyden ...
Irish Thug
John Hervey ...
Matt Williams
Ed Mixon ...
James Andrews
Brian Castillio ...
Tony Louis
Barbara Jenkins ...
Foster Mother
Kim I. Morrell ...
Dr. Barry Carson
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A man uses multiple disguises to unravel the mysteries and schemes of an arch enemy in a series of 6, 30-minute cliffhangar episodes.

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Looking "Behind the Mask"
9 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Looking behind the serialized motion picture, Behind the Mask (1992), one finds a tightly crafted production that is both thrilling and mysterious. It may not redefine an action picture, but it comes close with nonstop action throughout its two and a half hour length. Roy Alan Wilson effectively portrays the masked crime fighter. He easily handles the action and the acting, delivering a rather touching scene at the film's end. Steve Word as "The Octopus" is equally successful in his role as the picture's antagonist.

Veteran actress Deborah Winters demonstrates that experience dominates as she commands scene after scene as FBI Agent Strayton. Her sheer beauty is as transfiguring as her acting as she aids the screen hero in his battle against evil.

Ted Mason composed the screen's music score and his opening sequence may be one of the best opening scores ever written. As this reviewer left the theater, I was not surprised to hear others humming the film theme music as they exited.

Warren Chaney wrote and directed this wonderful homage to the classic serials of earlier decades. He does so efficiently, always playing fair with the cliffhangers while holding the film's underlying mystery. That enigma unfolds as viewers seek to uncover the faces behind the mask. The masked hero and villain's identities remain concealed until the end. Even then, the mystery continues, as viewers are "stung" during the final closing moments of the picture. This reviewer cannot give the ending away other than to say, it will surprise you. But – most of all, "Behind the Mask" will entertain you.


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