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Complete series cast summary:
Brad Johnson ...  Major Matthew Quentin Shepherd 37 episodes, 1997-1999
Tim Abell ...  Benny Ray Riddle 37 episodes, 1997-1999
Melinda Clarke ...  Margo Vincent 37 episodes, 1997-1999
Mark Sheppard ...  Christopher 'C.J.' Yates 20 episodes, 1997-1998
Dennis Rodman ...  Deke Reynolds 17 episodes, 1998-1999
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In a world where there are no obvious "bad guys", where governments engage in secret wars and illegal activities that threaten the security of every individual and nation on the planet, a group of highly trained covert military operatives have just joined forces to become Soldier of Fortune, Inc., an elite crime fighting unit. Led by retired Colonel Matt Shepherd, Soldier of Fortune, Inc. goes where our government cannot and will not venture, to protect national and international interests and to maintain the balance of power. Even in the new world order, people are still up to the same old tricks.

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Called upon when all other options fail

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USA | Canada

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English

Release Date:

22 September 1997 (USA) See more »

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S.O.F. Special Ops Force See more »

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Montréal, Québec, Canada See more »

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(37 episodes)

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Dolby

Color:

Color
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Margo: You know men are good at reading maps and dealing with the concept that an inch can represent a mile.
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If it ain't broke, don't fix it
17 May 2002 | by jbanks1372See all my reviews

Here's a good example of that tried-and-true rule. One person called the show an Intelligent A-Team, and, for the first season anyway, that was the best possible description you could get. Five HIGHLY trained and skilled mercenaries, four ex-SpecOps soldiers and the lady an ex CIA field agent/troubleshooter. Officially, they're guns-for-hire; independant SpecOps, bodyguards, and security consultants. Unofficially getting most of their money and jobs from a backdoor of the State Department, working missions where secrecy and official deniability is paramount. If they're caught, the US government doesn't even know they exist.

The first season was spectacular. The actors were all form-fitted for the roles and the action had Jerry Bruckheimer written all over it. If you wanted to see what real military special operations were like, this was as close as Hollywood can get. Then they screwed it up....

In order to spice the show up and add some color, the Powers-that-be dumped the very professional Mark Sheppard and Real Andrews and replaced them with conciderably less professional but more colorful Eigenberg as a mouthy ex-DEA agent and Dennis Rodman as an independant freelancer who occasionally works with the Team (Rodmans schedule prevented him from committing full-time to the show). Within two months the show went from an intelligent A-Team to an A-Team Wannabe. The quality of the show dropped rapidly and so did the number of watchers. It wasn't long until the show was finally cancelled altogether. As it was, Soldier Of Fortune was great. If they hadn't tried improving it, it could've lasted a good five years more.


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