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Foxtrap (1986)

Private detective is hired by rich man to find his niece, who has disappeared while traveling in Europe.

Directors:

Fred Williamson, Jean-Marie Pallardy (uncredited)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Fred Williamson ... Thomas Fox
Christopher Connelly ... J.T.
Arlene Golonka ... Emily
Donna Owen Donna Owen ... Susan
Lela Rochon ... Lindy
Nick Dimitri ... Hank (as Nick Dimitris)
Kimberly Rae Kimberly Rae ... Secretary
Peter Gonneau Peter Gonneau ... Landlord
Jean-Marie Pallardy Jean-Marie Pallardy ... Rico (as Jean M. Pallardy)
Daniele Romer Daniele Romer ... Monique
Beatrice Palme Beatrice Palme ... Marianna
Maurizio Bonuglia ... Marco
Cleo Sebastian Cleo Sebastian ... Josie
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Private detective is hired by rich man to find his niece, who has disappeared while traveling in Europe.

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Genres:

Action | Drama

Certificate:

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Country:

Italy | USA

Language:

English | Italian

Release Date:

February 1986 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Asalto sangriento See more »

Filming Locations:

Cannes, France See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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References Cocoon (1985) See more »

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Part #1 (but last) of a series on Williamson's new character
25 June 1999 | by WilliamSee all my reviews

Action star Williamson was trying to give up his Jesse Crowder character and start a new character called Fox. He drives a car with a licence plate saying "DA FOX" ! Funny scene in the beginning where kids try to steal the radio off his car and runs away as they see his licence plate! Fox is hired by Christopher Connelly to find a girl who is in France, so Williamson goes to the Cannes film festival! Good music, slow on action, but the ending mentions "coming soon...FOX AND THE COBRA" which was never made. (the coming soon optics is missing on the video print). It would be interesting to see Fred do another Fox adventure, but to all us Williamson fans, he is still Fred no matter what character he plays.


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