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Mission Manila (1990)

Director:

Peter Mackenzie (as Peter M. Mackenzie)

Writers:

Sally Marie Hallam, Peter Mackenzie (as Peter M. Mackenzie)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Larry Wilcox ... Web
Robin Eisenman ... Susie
Sam Hennings ... Tony
Al Mancini ... Costelo
Tetchie Agbayani ... Maria
Neil French Neil French
Maria Isabel Lopez ... Jessie
James Wainwright ... Harrison
Willie Williams Willie Williams ... Luke (as Willy Williams)
Nigel Hogge Nigel Hogge ... Andy
Jack S. Daniels ... Sam
Harry Taylor Harry Taylor ... Danny
Gene M. Huggens Gene M. Huggens ... Leo (as Gene Huggens)
Jenny A. Andrada Jenny A. Andrada ... Jenny
Goliath Goliath ... Himself
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He goes through hell to find his brother... Before others find him

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Action

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Primrose Path See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color
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So bad it has to be seen to be believed
2 August 2010 | by squalis2002See all my reviews

Saw this on cable television in Asia. Larry Wilcox of TV's 'CHiPs' grows a mustache and looks like a cross between Nick Nolte and Chuck Norris (but with a lot less talent). The film looks like it was filmed with someone's home movie camera. Larry (aka Web) is trolling around Manila looking for his brother, running into many 80s clad Filipina women and a horde a terrible character actors you've never heard of. The dialog is absolutely horrendous, as are the action scenes, which look like a bunch of drunks tumbling off of each other. In the film's climax, Larry commandeers a pimped-out Tuk Tuk that looks like an ice cream truck on LSD and infiltrates the antagonist's home. The purity of the film's awfulness actually makes it worth watching--for a laugh. This would have made good fodder for Mystery Science Theater 3000.


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