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Redline 1997

Redline ★★ Deathline 1997 (R)

John Wade (Hauer) is double-crossed and murdered by his partner Merrick (Dacascos), who's involved with a Russian crime syndicate. But Wade is resurrected as a bionically enhanced creation and hunts for revenge in a seedily futuristic Moscow. 96m/ C VHS, DVD . Rutger Hauer, Mark Dacascos, Yvonne Scio, John Thompson; D: Tibor Takacs, Brian Irving; W: Tibor Takacs, Brian Irving; C: Zoltan David; M: Guy Zerafa. VIDEO

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