A cold war satellite falls in the jungle. Cutter and an old friend try to get it before the bad guys.


Jon Cassar


Steven L. Sears (developed by), Douglas Schwartz (developed by) | 1 more credit »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Gena Lee Nolin ... Sheena
John Allen Nelson ... Matt Cutter
Margo Moorer ... Kali
Kevin Quigley ... Mendelsohn (credit only)
Peter Onorati ... Tyler
Jim R. Coleman ... President N'Gama (as Jim Coleman)
Rus Blackwell ... Yozkov
Steven West Steven West ... Mbato
Don McLeod ... Gorilla (as Don McLoud)


A cold war satellite falls in the jungle. Cutter and an old friend try to get it before the bad guys.

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Release Date:

14 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Surround 7.1
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Did You Know?


Early in the episode Sheena refers to a gorilla by name as Katanga. This was also the name of a province which seceded from The Republic of the Congo during the Katanga War 1960-1965. See more »


[first lines]
[to a gorilla blocking his path]
Tyler: Vamoosio!
[when the gorilla refuses to budge, Tyler aims his rifle at the ape]
Tyler: Say good night, Gracie.
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Back to the cold war
22 March 2014 | by unbrokenmetalSee all my reviews

An American satellite crashes, and the top secret information on board is wanted by the Americans as well as other parties; Russians are teaming up with soldiers of the African dictator N'Gama. Sheena is familiar with satellites only from what she has read in novels, she says – but that will have to do as time is short. It turns out that Cutter is a former agent, and he can help the American agent guy to get to the satellite before the bad guys do.

This episode, basically a simple race against time and the competitors, reminded me a bit too much of the action films from the 80s, a little more originality would have been better. However, for the Spanish DVD release this mediocre episode became the opening of the series.

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