Carleton befriends a homeless ex-marine and attempts to help him keep a promise made to a fellow veteran.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Philip Bosco ... Harry Arsharsky
Joe Morton ... Officer Carleton Thomas
Stephen Lang ... Lou
Keith David ... The Reader
Tamara Tunie ... Tori
Phillip Baltazer Phillip Baltazer ... Cop
Denise Burse ... Missionary (as Denise Burse-Mickelbury)
Ron Carter Ron Carter ... Bass Player
James Colby ... Homeless Man #2
Carlton Cuse ... Businessman
Arnie Mazer ... Bobby
Michael John McGann Michael John McGann ... Homeless Man #1 (as Michaeljohn McGann)
Harsh Nayyar ... Guard
David Schechter David Schechter ... Gargling Man
Raymond Anthony Thomas ... Man with Trembling Voice


Carleton befriends a homeless ex-marine and attempts to help him keep a promise made to a fellow veteran.

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Release Date:

30 March 1993 (USA) See more »

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Tribeca Productions See more »
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Opening title cards in capital letters: This is a poem by Jayne Cortez. See more »


The Marines' Hymn
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Why doesn't IMDb accept quotes for an unidentified star?
22 May 2007 | by wguruSee all my reviews

Why was the star of this 1993 TV serial (Tribeca), it's 2nd episode ("Honor") omitted from this airing's IMDb database web page? Instead, the star character, identified (only in the movie) as "Lou", was overlooked in the IMDb post, yet oddly it refers to a "Lou" (the episode's combination cameo bit scene narrator). Shameful that this television contribution to the American screen was so poorly posted not only by omitting the star character, omitted apropos keywords, and additionally IMDb members are disallowed from adding quotes for this unidentified starring actor (i.e.; "Citizen, what do you know about entitlements. You don't know anything, do you?"). "Honor" was a bit dishonored and virtually assured another less than honorable burial 'at see', this time by IMDb.

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