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Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned (2009)

When Billy Grey returns from rehab hell-bent on bloodshed and debauchery, Johnny Klebitz finds himself in the middle of a vicious turf war with rival gangs for control of a city torn apart by violence and corruption.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Hill Scott Hill ... Johnny Klebitz (voice)
Chris McKinney ... Jim Fitzgerald (voice)
Lou Sumrall Lou Sumrall ... Billy Grey (voice)
Adrian Martinez ... Brian Jeremy (voice)
Josh Burrow ... Terry Thorpe (voice) (as Joshua Burrow)
Keith Randolph Smith Keith Randolph Smith ... Clay Simons / Fleeca Commercial Announcer (voice)
Traci Godfrey ... Ashley Butler (voice)
Jay Patterson ... David 'Dave' Grossman (voice)
José Ramón Rosario ... Mr. Roncero (voice) (as Jose Ramon Rosario)
Brian Tarantina ... Angus Martin (voice)
Charleigh E. Parker Charleigh E. Parker ... Elizabeta Torres (voice) (as Charlie Parker)
Santos Santos ... Andreas (voice)
Joe Barbara ... Ray Boccino (voice)
Honey Rockwell Honey Rockwell ... Marta (voice)
Walter Mudu Walter Mudu ... Malc (voice) (as Walter T Mudu)

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Storyline

Johnny Klebitz, Vice President of a gang of outlaw bikers called The Lost Motorcycle Club, has been keeping the brotherhood afloat while its President, Billy Grey, is in court-ordered rehab. When Billy is released, he immediately goes on the warpath, endangering the numerous truces that Johnny had established, especially with their rival gang, The Angels of Death Motorcycle Club. Johnny finds himself forced to choose between his common sense and his loyalty to Billy. Taking place at the same time as Niko Bellic's journey in Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV, the plot interweaves with Niko's story at various points. Written by Lebowski

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Trivia

It is the only episodic game where the protagonist, Johnny Klebitz, cannot have his outfit changed at all. See more »

Goofs

After the mission 'Politics', where Johnny is recruited to assassinate someone for Congressman Stubbs, the news reports that the target was shot 'Shortly after his plane landed.' However, the target arrived by helicopter, and can be killed by rocket launcher as he lands. See more »

Quotes

Johnny Klebitz: [During a shootout] I don't care if I die!
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Crazy Credits

Key moments from both GTAIV and The Lost And Damned appear as cutscenes during the "game complete" credits. See more »

Alternate Versions

The song "Jailbait" by Drive By Audio, on the station LCHC is only available on the downloadable Xbox 360 version. It was removed from Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City and the downloadable PC and PS3 versions for unknown reasons. See more »

Connections

Edited into The Trashmaster (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Funk #49
(uncredited)
by James Gang
( Joe Walsh, Dale Peters & Jim Fox )
[Station: Liberty Rock Radio 97.8]
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Peace and Prosperity be damned
28 October 2019 | by nikitalinivenkoSee all my reviews

This time around, you get put in the driver's seat as the Vice President (and eventual President) of Liberty City's hardest-riding Chopper gang, The Lost, as Johnny "The Jew" Klebitz, a commander trying to keep his M.C. chapter together as it splinters into factions. This entry feels more toned-down than the main game, and probably the weakest of the GTA IV trilogy, but it's still a solid ride; the controls (especially the driving) are solid, the motorcycles handle smoothly, the action is fun, you've probably heard this whole rundown before. Point is, these characters thunder down the streets of Liberty, full-throttle, this be-damned-to-you attitude where you're part of Liberty City's alpha pack, and it's a fun ride-along to go on when you have a few hours to kill. Not their best, but still another fine example of why Rockstar are among gaming's best.


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Release Date:

17 February 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned See more »

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1.78 : 1
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