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Midnight Run

Synopsis

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I First showing on I network television of the comedy thriller starring Robert De Niro
Charles Grodin
Bounty hunter Joe Walsh is just the man to bring embezzler Jonathan 'Duke'
Mardukas to justice. Down on his luck, the$100,000 fee is just what Joe needs, especially as he beats both the FBI and an unscrupulous rival to his quarry. The only problem is that Jonathan cheated the Mob out of a cool$15 million and they want their money back, and they don't care who they kill to get it. An exciting comedy chase from Martin Brest the director of Beverly Hills Cop.
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● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 0 FILMS: pages 35-41

Contributors

Unknown: Robert de Niro
Unknown: Charles Grodin
Unknown: Joe Walsh
Jack Walsh: Robert De Niro
Jonathan Mardukas: Charles Grodin
Alonzo Mosely: Yaphet Kotto
Marvin Dorfler: John Ashton
Jimmy Serrano: Dennis Farina
Eddie Moscone: Joe Pantouano
Tony Darvo: Richard Foronjy
Joey: Robert Miranda
Jerry Geisler: Jack Kehoe
Gail: Wendy Phillips
Denise: Danielle Duclos
Sidney: Philip Baker Hall
Red Wood: Thom McCleister
Monroe Bouchet: John Toles-Bey
Sgt Gooch: Thomas J Hagenboeck






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