Knight Rider (1982–1986)
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Knight Flight to Freedom 

Michael and RC arrive in San Duarte just in time to see Mount Duarte erupt for the first time since 1874. With the lava flow blocking the way in and out of the country, Colonel Perata ... See full summary »

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Bonnie Barstow
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Lina Raymond ...
Lisa Corrales
Miguel Fernandes ...
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Raoul
William Marquez ...
President Sosa
Santos Morales ...
Martinez
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Perata's Lieutenant (as Philip Morris)
Dino Rivera ...
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Corey Rand ...
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Charron McBride ...
Laurette Harrington
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Michael and RC arrive in San Duarte just in time to see Mount Duarte erupt for the first time since 1874. With the lava flow blocking the way in and out of the country, Colonel Perata stages a coup and holds American advisor Harrison and his wife hostage. Michael joins local news reporter and guerrilla leader Lisa Corrales in her fight to reinstate democratic President Sosa. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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21 February 1986 (USA)  »

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Same footage from Knight Rider: Knight Behind Bars (1985) is used for K.I.T.T. smashing through the gate of the prison. See more »

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Devon Miles: [on CB radio] As someone once said, if you or one of your people will be caught or captured, the Foundation will disavow any knowledge of your activities.
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