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In this sequel to 1996 film Eraser, you take the role of the film's protagonist Witness Protection specialist and U.S. Marshal John 'The Eraser' Kruger. You must uncover a new conspiracy, shoot a lot of terrorists and solve a few puzzles.
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Sal Viscuso ... Brian Gill (Bartender)
William Utay ... Victor Rosenblum (Professor) (as Will Utay)
John DeMita ... Harry Reese
Michael Gregory ... James Rahl
Jane A. Rogers ... Priscilla Kent (as Jane Rogers)
Michelle Clunie ... Grace Swanson
Samantha Mudd Samantha Mudd ... Samantha Roarke (Technician)
Michael Brandon ... Agent 1
Michelle Jones ... Agent 2
Bruce Gray ... Bruce McCord (Director)
Max Segar Max Segar ... Mr. Seymore
Robert Miano ... File Clerk
Christopher Darga ... Guard
Alec Murdock Alec Murdock ... TV Reporter
Michael Leopard Michael Leopard ... Blackmailer
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In this sequel to 1996 film Eraser, you take the role of the film's protagonist Witness Protection specialist and U.S. Marshal John 'The Eraser' Kruger. You must uncover a new conspiracy, shoot a lot of terrorists and solve a few puzzles.

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Berris Pictures

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USA

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English

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More clever and well acted Sequel to The original ERASER.
28 March 2001 | by longbaugh4444See all my reviews

ERASER, (TURNABOUT) is a very clever sequel to the original Eraser with Arnold Scwarzeneggar, but with much more style and verve. The Director Kenneth Berris and the writer Howard Tullman seemed to understand that the "hokiness" of the original wouldn't play with the more discerning interactive crowd and dispensed with all the cliche stuff that the original had. I thought the acting was truly tremendous. Sal Viscuso, Jane Rogers, and Michael Gregory all bring a lot to their parts. The look of the film is also first class. I'd have to say for a genre like this , I would give this a 9+ out of 10. Excellent.


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