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Small Soldiers

Synopsis

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Fantasy action adventure. When an overeager toy designer installs state-of-the-art military microchips into a line of action figures, the result is a battle royal between the Commando Elite and the peaceful Gorgonites. The problem is that the battleground is the suburban household of young Alan Abernathy. Review page 63. (1998, PG) (S) (W) ***

Contributors

Director: Joe Dante
Gil Mars: Denis Leary
Christy Fimple: Kirsten Dunst
Alan Abernathy: Gregory Smith
Irene Abernathy: Ann Magnuson
Phil Fimple: Phil Hartman
Irwin Wayfair: David Cross
Larry Benson: Jay Mohr
Archer: Frank Langella
Major Chip Hazard: Tommy Lee Jones
Kip Killagin: Ernest Borgnine
Butch Meathook: Jim Brown
Link Static: Bruce Dern
Brick Bazooka: George Kennedy
Nick Nitro: Clint Walker
Gwendy doll: Sarah Michelle Gellar
Gwendy doll: Christina Ricci






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