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Behind the Mask (1992)

TV Movie  |  TV-PG  |   |  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 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 ...
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


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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6 June 1992 (USA)  »

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$3,500,000 (estimated)

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Behind the Mask
2 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Behind the Mask is a gripping serial chapter-play that is a stuntman's holiday. The screenplay was very capably written and cleverly directed by Warren Chaney. Production values are high and Ted Mason's wonderful opening music score is as extremely compelling. From its opening minor notes to the closing brass, the music alone keeps the viewer on the edge.

Actors for the production are top-notch. Deborah Winters portrays FBI agent, Annie Strayton. I was struck that she plays her character in a tough no-nonsense way that is so popular today. Impressive given that she was doing this role in the early 90s.

Roy Alan Wilson is the lead, portraying two roles quite effectively. The first is as one of the scientist suspects and the second as the Mask himself. He also dons makeup and quite cleverly portrays other characters in the film.

Steve Word plays the ultimate bad guy, the Octopus assisted by a swarthy henchman, played by Luis Lemus. The two personify evil and are extremely effective in their roles.

Craig Bailey's Camera work is excellent as is team Melissa Nichols' wardrobe and makeup. Bailey keeps the scenes dark, brooding and mysterious which is perfect for this type of film.

Chaney's direction is low key but dramatic. He can obviously direct a story as well as write one. Special mention must be made of the superb stunt work coordination by David Sanders. This reviewer has never seen so many stunts so well executed in any film.

The episodic cliffhangers are well done and the filmmakers play fair with the audience. From the beginning to the end, I highly recommend this film.

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