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Deadly Dancer (1991)

A police detective, investigating a string of murders of strippers at a Los Angeles night club, must race against the clock to clear his name when he's wrongfully accused of being the killer.

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Smith Wordes ...
Kaycha
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Mike Fulton (as Walter W. Cox)
Steve Jonson ...
Jim Hatch
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Tony Penter (as Shabba-Doo)
Lenny Rose ...
Joe
Jeff Herbick ...
Jack Alden
J. Paul Deloy ...
Jack Alden (voice)
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Hood #1
Michael Robbin ...
Hood #2
Jack Damone ...
Guido the bomb dealer
Jerry Denham ...
Police Officer
Kahea Bright ...
Club Metro Dancer, Kim
Tiffanie Poston ...
Club Metro Dancer, Rose
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Club Metro Dancer, Janice
Renee Williams ...
Club Metro Dancer, Erica
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A police detective, investigating a string of murders of strippers at a Los Angeles night club, must race against the clock to clear his name when he's wrongfully accused of being the killer.

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Every man wants her - No man will survive her. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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R
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10 April 1991 (UK)  »

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Haláltánc  »

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Primal Kiss
Written by Wyn Meyerson and Marla Jeanette Rubinoff
Performed by Marla Jeanette Rubinoff
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Half good (The Dancer half)
24 December 1999 | by See all my reviews

Shabba-Doo is always worth watching. Though he doesn't dance much in this one, the filmmakers seem to have been surer of the appeal of their dance numbers than of their plot, and in a way that's a self-fulfilling philosophy. The choreography (mostly a succession of babes doing angular urban moves) was interesting enough, but the asymmetrical plot-- which ostensibly follows a pair of cops, one stable and the other neurotic, but is dominated by the charismatic Shabba-Doo as a less crucial character-- eventually falls apart in a race to wind itself up in the time left over after all the dancing.


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