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Strike Commando 2 ()

Trappola diabolica (original title)
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An ex-army major is kidnapped by terrorists in the Philippines, demanding ten million dollars worth of diamonds. Michael, a Vietnam vet who served under him, goes on a solo mission determined to rescue him.

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Michael Ransom
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Rosanna Boom
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Maj. Vic Jenkins
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Jimmy (as Richard Raymond)
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Kelly Sellers (as Alex McBride)
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Huan To
Mel Davidson ...
Kramet
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Smuggler Leader (scenesDeleted) (as Alan Collins)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Najid Jadali
David Brass ...
(uncredited)
Anthony East ...
Ruby (uncredited)
Bernhard Floedl ...
Jenkins' CIA Bodyguard (uncredited)
Jim Gaines ...
Frank - Jenkins' Bodyguard (uncredited)
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Peter Roeg (uncredited)
Jim Moss ...
US Soldier (uncredited)
Michael Welborn ...
CIA Agent (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bruno Mattei ... (as Vincent Dawn)
Claudio Fragasso ... (uncredited)

Written by

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Claudio Fragasso ... (story) and
Rossella Drudi ... (story)
 
Claudio Fragasso ... (screenplay)
 
Rossella Drudi ... (screenplay) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Franco Gaudenzi ... producer

Music by

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Stefano Mainetti

Cinematography by

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Riccardo Grassetti

Film Editing by

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Bruno Mattei

Editorial Department

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Nicoletta Ludovici ... second assistant editor (as Nicol Lud)
Rita Triunveri ... first assistant editor (as Rita Tryunph)

Art Direction by

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Vic Dabao
Mimmo Scavia ... (as Bart Scavia)

Set Decoration by

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René Mediarito
Leonardo Mediarto

Makeup Department

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Franco Di Girolamo ... makeup artist
Angelica Raf ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Giovanni Paolucci ... production manager
Manrico Passerotti ... production supervisor (as Rick Hasserot)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Claudio Fragasso ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Tullio Arcangeli ... sound effects editor
John Gayford ... dialogue editor
Sotir Gjika ... sound effects editor
Clay McPaul ... boom operator
David Meel ... boom operator / sound
Maurizio Miani ... boom operator
Bruno Moreal ... sound mixer
Tullio Morganti ... sound (as Tom Morgan)
Davide Piccini ... sound engineer
Roberto Sterbini ... sound effects editor

Special Effects by

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Rodolfo Torrente ... special effects

Stunts

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Dante Abadeza ... assistant stunt coordinator (as Dante Abadessa)
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Billy Carter ... still photographer
Carlo Cascioli ... key grip (as Charles Kascioff)
Umberto Chessari ... gaffer (as Bart Hessar)
Vittorio Chessari ... key grip (as Alvit Hessar)
Mauro Di Croce ... assistant camera (as Ruben Hundit)
John Irghins ... camera operator
Fred Marquez ... key grip
Raul Filippo Mattei ... assistant camera (as Raul Mattews)
Mario Ponce ... gaffer
Ed Sequerada ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Eddy De Guzman ... tailor
Julie De Guzman ... wardrobe

Location Management

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Edgard Taino ... assistant location manager
Rolando Taino ... location manager (as Roland Taino)

Script and Continuity Department

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Liliana Ginanneschi ... continuity (as Liliane Hann)

Transportation Department

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Francisco Taino ... transport manager

Additional Crew

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Susan Adler ... dialogue coach
Ernie Barredo ... assistant production coordinator
Stefano Mafera ... opticals / title designer
Stefano Mainetti ... conductor
Giovanni Paolucci ... production assistant
Maria Spera ... accountant (as Mary Hope)
Benny H. Tarnate ... production coordinator: Phillipines (as Benny Tornate)
Stefano Mainetti ... computer programmer (uncredited)
Massimo Vanni ... master of arms (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

After completing the deadly mission in Strike Commando (1986), hard-as-nails Sergeant Mike Ransom decides to hang up his spurs to lead a peaceful life somewhere in Central Asia. Instead, the abduction of his mentor and former commanding officer, Major Vic Jenkins, jolts Ransom into action. Now, murderous, heroin-smuggling terrorists demand 10 million dollars worth of diamonds to release Jenkins. But once a commando, always a commando. Do they really think they can stop Mike, the mean, one-man war machine? Written by Nick Riganas

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Also Known As
  • Strike Commando 2 - Trappola diabolica (Italy)
  • Strike Commando 2 (United States)
  • Strike Commando 2 (World-wide, English title)
  • Strike Commando 2 (Canada, English title)
  • Strike Commando 2 (United Kingdom)
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Runtime
  • 95 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Strike Commando 2 (1988) was shot simultaneously with After Death (1989) in 1988, due to both films having to require the same camera for the two separate productions, and to minimise the budget. See more »
Goofs Ransom and Jenkins lose their bold on a hostage at the top of the hill. The guy rolls and slides far down, but Jenkins is already there when he stops. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Cop Game (1988). See more »
Quotes Kramet: I hate women!
Rosanna Boom: Yeah, I have a lot of gay friends too.
Kramet: I hate queers!
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