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Ice-T stars as a naval pilot that fakes his own death, and later ends up employed by a Latin American arms dealer. He steals a stealth fighter from a U.S.A.F. base in the Phillippines, and... See more »

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Owen Turner (as Ice T)
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Ryan Mitchell
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Erin Mitchell (as Erika Eleniak-Goglia)
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J.P. Mitchell
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Adm. Frank Peterson
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President Westwood
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Roberto Menendez
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Harry Goldberg
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Larry Ramsey
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Roberto's Young Lady Desidea
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Berg (as Tommy 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)
Steve J. Hennessy ...
Brett Kelly (as Stevie J. Hennessy)
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Gen. Elliott Wasserman
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Manuel Vega (as Mark Adair Rios)
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Lt. Phillips
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Captain Thomson
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Alexander Chez / Clancy
Trevor Gordon ...
Navel / Paul Mason
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Mike Hudson
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Lt. Bradley Elias
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Andres Solymosi
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Nikki Fritz ...
Massage Girl (unconfirmed)

Directed by

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Jim Wynorski ... (as Jay Andrews)

Written by

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Lenny Juliano ... (writer)
 
T.L. Lankford ... (additional dialogue) (as Roger Wade)
 
John A. Sanders ... (co-story writer)

Produced by

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Paul Hertzberg ... executive producer
Ice-T ... executive producer (as Ice T)
Gary Rubin ... executive producer in charge of production
Sabrina Sipantzi Ballard ... line producer
Jim Wynorski ... producer (as Jay Andrews)

Music by

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Alex Wilkinson

Cinematography by

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J.E. Bash ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Vanick Moradian

Editorial Department

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Chris Weber ... negative cutter
Gary Weber ... negative cutter

Casting By

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Phaedra Harris

Production Design by

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Scott Buckwald ... (as Scott A. Buckwald)

Set Decoration by

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David Clark

Costume Design by

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Tricia Gray

Makeup Department

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Marguerite Gebhardt ... assistant makeup artist (as Marguerite Sehr-Cooper)
Melanie Tooker ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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J.P. Pettinato ... executive in charge of production
Sabrina Sipantzi Ballard ... production manager (as Sabrina Sipantzi)
Bill Sweeney ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Cunningham ... assistant director
Phyllis Harrison ... assistant director
Andy Miller ... assistant director

Art Department

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Will Alovis ... property master
Mick Flowers ... property master
Jeanne Kukor ... set dresser
Herman Luna ... assistant property master

Sound Department

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Leslie Bloome ... foley artist (as Leslie Bloom)
Anita Cannella ... foley artist
Seth Cooper ... boom operator
Lorita de la Cerna ... adr mixer / foley mixer
Glenn Gaines ... sound mixer
Michael S. Gaines ... boom operator
Kevin Hamilton ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Jan Kikumoto ... sound
Scott C. Kolden ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
Kitty Malone ... foley artist
Mike Roffone ... sound mixer
Sivv Sivertsen ... sound mixer
Joel E. Smith ... re-recording mixer
Dennis Michael Tenney ... sound

Special Effects by

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Bruce Knechtges ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Wendie Newcomb ... visual effects
Jim Stewart ... visual effects

Stunts

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Ted Barba ... stunts
Chuck Borden ... stunts
Bob Bragg ... stunts (as Bobby Bragg)
Eric Chambers ... stunts (as Eric Norman Chambers)
Eugene Collier ... stunts
Bret Davidson ... stunt coordinator
Thomas Dewier ... stunts
Steve Hart ... stunts (as Stephen P. Hart)
Justin Lundin ... stunts
Cole S. McKay ... stunts (as Cole McKay)
Patrick J. Statham ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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K. Gertie Baldwin ... assistant camera
Gregory A. Black ... grip
R. Grant Brittan ... grip
Evans Brown ... electrician
Damon Dulas ... electrician
Eric F. Edelman ... grip
Ron Edmondson ... dolly grip
Guus Floor ... gaffer
Gary Gray ... best boy
Lila Javan ... assistant camera
Scott E. Kaufman ... electrician
Emily Mackley ... first assistant camera
Paul Maletich ... assistant camera
Jeffrey Maroun ... electrician (as Jeff Maroun)
Judd McKelvey ... electrician (as Judson McKelvey)
Bob Myers ... key grip
Michael O'Connor ... still photographer
Mike Reppert ... electrician
Alex Schmidt ... dolly grip
Joseph Thompson ... electrician
Michael Walton ... electrician

Casting Department

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Carla Anne Rose Prestininzi ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Aliza Washabaugh ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Bruce Chudacoff ... location manager
Patrick Tully ... location manager
Jodi Williams ... location assistant

Music Department

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Joel Goldsmith ... composer: main title theme

Transportation Department

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Matthew Ballard ... transportation coordinator
Russell Bullard ... driver (as Russell Ballard)
Roger Byrd ... transportation captain
David Gerry ... driver
Roger Greer ... driver
Daniel Inouye ... driver
Elliot Sarkin ... driver
Jason T. Wyman ... driver

Other crew

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John J. Alvarez ... security
Joe Barley ... legal services
Mike Breyer ... assistant to actor
Davian Camancho ... security
Angel Covarrubias ... security
Simone De Camargo ... production accountant
Wendy Finkelstein ... production assistant
Julius M. Fletcher ... production coordinator
Steve Gregoropoulos ... legal services
Christopher Hernandez ... security
Rosa Hernandez ... production accountant
Lauren Hertzberg ... assistant production coordinator
Lance Israel ... production assistant
Ron Janix ... assistant to producer
Charlie John ... production assistant
Mary Ellen Jopez ... security
Patrick Maguire ... production assistant
Art A. Martinez ... security
Emile Johanasberg Miller ... craft service
Robert Paez ... security
Martin Reyes ... production assistant
Miquel Rivera ... security
Ramon Robledd ... security
Jaime Lamas Rubio ... security
Scott L. Treger ... stand-in: Costas Mandylor
Avetis Ushaglyn ... security
David G. Warren ... security
Licia Wolf ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Ice-T stars as a naval pilot that fakes his own death, and later ends up employed by a Latin American arms dealer. He steals a stealth fighter from a U.S.A.F. base in the Phillippines, and uses the stealth fighter to target certain military installations around the world. A naval reserve officer is recruited to infiltrate his plans, and succeeds. Written by H5O

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Also Known As
  • Mercenaires (France)
  • Raketen auf Washington (Germany)
  • Peligro en el aire (Spain)
  • Stealth fighter - aavelentokone (Finland)
  • Alto tradimento (Italy)
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  • 88 min
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Trivia Footage of the satellite Thanatos is taken from the James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever (1971) See more »
Goofs GPS receivers do not transmit any signal and could not be used as a tracking device. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Diamonds Are Forever (1971). See more »
Quotes Owen Turner: How's your girl, by the way, that sexy thing? She still yelling out my name when you do it?
Ryan Mitchell: Only when I do it wrong.
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