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Terminator 2: Judgment Day


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Film Premiere. The star of current hit True Lies and the original blockbuster The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger is reunited with director James Cameron for this science-fiction thriller sequel, which also stars Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick
Tormented by the imminent threat of a nuclear holocaust from which intelligent machines will emerge triumphant overthe remnants of the human race, Sarah Connor has been diagnosed as a dangerous schizophrenic and placed in an institution. Her son John has been branded a problem child and is in the care of foster parents.
Sarah has seen the future and knows that her son will survive the nuclear conflagration and become the leader of the human resistance - but the machines of 2029 know it too and send a cyborg assassin back through time to terminate humanity's potential saviour. This killing machine is even more terrifyingly powerful and deadly than the one defeated by Sarah ten years before.
(1991) Stereo
Barry Norman on Schwarzenegger: page 44


Director: James Cameron
Terminator: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Sarah Connor: Linda Hamilton
John Connor: Edward Furlong
T-1000: Robert Patrick
Dr Silberman: Earl Boen
Miles Dyson: Joe Morton
Tarissa Dyson: Sepatha Merkerson
Enrique Salceda: Castulo Guerra
Tim: Danny Cooksey
Janelle Voight: Jenette Goldstein

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day

BBC One London, 3 September 1994 21.20

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