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Swarthy Paul Yeager arrives in New Orleans, and promptly gets a job bartending at La Cage du Verre, a show bar where his former girlfriend Jacqueline is a dancer and the moll of its sadistic... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Horacio Anthony ...
Marko
Fred Asparagus ...
Waiter
Collin Bernsen ...
Lab Technician
Hilton T. Brown ...
Andre
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LeBeque
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Homer
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Anton
Aura Figueiredo ...
Waitress
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Dianne
Wendy Fowler ...
Dancer
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Cab Driver
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Customer
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Dancer (as Karen Dyer)
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Jacqueline
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Ian Dexter
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Renzi
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Mr. Silkerman
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Montrachet
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Customs Officer
Maria Rotondo ...
Hotel Clerk
Lisa Marie Scott ...
Kiko
Melinda Songer ...
Dancer
Laurie Sposit ...
Dancer
Alan Stevenson II ...
Creole Thug
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Paul Yaeger
Michelle Webster ...
Waitress
Christopher Dye ...
Bar Patron (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael Schroeder

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Peter Yurksaitis ... (written by) and
David Keith Miller ... (written by)

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Cathy Gesualdo ... co-producer
Bradley Hong ... producer
Jeremy Kramer ... co-producer
Brad Krevoy ... producer
Mitsuru Kurosawa ... planner
Tony Lynn ... executive producer
Richard P. Rosetti ... executive producer
Steven Stabler ... producer (as Steve Stabler)
Simon Tse ... co-producer

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Marcus Barone

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John B. Aronson ... (as John Aronson)

Film Editing by

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John Lafferty

Editorial Department

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Omar Daher ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Donald Paul Pemrick

Production Design by

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Elisabeth A. Scott

Set Decoration by

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Beth Sheldon

Costume Design by

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Kristen Anacker

Makeup Department

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Michael Hunt ... key makeup artist
James Ryder ... makeup department head
Peggy Schuyler ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Cathy Gesualdo ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Marco Black ... first assistant director
Carrie Rudolf ... second assistant director
Jon C. Scheide ... second assistant director (as Jon Scheide)

Art Department

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Ron Durant ... property master

Sound Department

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Mark Allen ... sound designer
Sean Fahimian ... assistant sound
Patrick M. Griffith ... supervising sound editor
John Kohlbrenner ... sound effects editor
Rich Novak ... dialogue editor
David Pigg ... re-recording mixer
Debby VanPoucke ... sound editor / sound effects editor

Stunts

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Thomas Dewier ... stunt coordinator (as Tom De Wier)
Carl Milinac ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tom Gleason ... assistant camera
Daisuke Dice Miyake ... key grip
Brooks Robinson ... Steadicam operator

Casting Department

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Mike Johnson ... extras casting

Location Management

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Cynthia H. Margulis ... location manager
Edward Mazurek ... location manager

Music Department

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Marcus Barone ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Collin Butrum ... picture car coordinator / transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Neil Daly ... production assistant
Joanna L. Rees Jones ... production company liaison
Neal D. McConnell ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Swarthy Paul Yeager arrives in New Orleans, and promptly gets a job bartending at La Cage du Verre, a show bar where his former girlfriend Jacqueline is a dancer and the moll of its sadistic owner, Marko. He and Jacqueline smuggle diamonds and drugs, with the local police detective in on the take. Even though Paul is ex-CIA, he's not undercover, he just wants to win Jacqueline back. His CIA pals from black ops are on hand hoping to arrest Marko's boss. Detective Montrachet finds out Paul's past and sets up a double cross. Her aims are less clear: to get back with Paul, to stay with Marko, or to run her own scam and scamper away? Written by

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Taglines A beautiful woman. A ruthless killer. Passion unites them. A secret will destroy them. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Стъклената клетка (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • A Gaiola de Vidro (Brazil)
  • To gyalino klouvi (Greece)
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  • 96 min
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