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Jean-Claude Van Damme,
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Black haired stuntman doing the somersault in the boxing ring for Loren Avedon. See more »
[after handing Scott his blade]
You just made the endangered species list.
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The following were cut out of the 1989 U.S. release.
The opening execution sequence.
Terry and Scott talking about Mac was cut down.
Scott and the pimp's conversation.
The phone conversation between Scott and Sulin was cut down as well as the pimp interrupting Scott was cut out.
Conversation between Scott, Mac, and Terry in the helicopter.
Colonel Tol Nol using Terry as "collateral" in the military deal is cut out.
Some American kid travels to Asia, finds a camp full of Russians and kicks their asses without getting a single scar. Why do the USA still have an Army when they've kids like this one? Did the USSR break down because of that kid? Gimme a break!
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