Dead Bang

Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.wikipedia
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Penelope Ann Miller

Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.
She played a supporting role in 1989's "Dead Bang", a cop thriller starring Don Johnson.

William Forsythe (actor)

William Forsythe
Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.

Don Johnson

Donald Ray Johnson
Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.

John Frankenheimer

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Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.
Dead Bang (1989) followed Don Johnson as he infiltrated a group of white supremacists.

Bob Balaban

Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.

Tim Reid

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Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.

Antoni Stutz

His first feature film role was in John Frankenheimer's Dead Bang co-starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller and William Forsythe.

Brad Sullivan

Sullivan's other feature film credits include Walk Proud (1979), The Island (1980); Ghost Story (1981); Tin Men (1987); The Untouchables (1987); Funny Farm (1988); Dead Bang (1989); The Dream Team (1989); The Abyss (1989); Guilty by Suspicion (1991); True Colors (1991), The Prince of Tides (1991); Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993); The Fantasticks (made 1995, released 2000); The Jerky Boys: The Movie (1995); Canadian Bacon (1995); and Bushwhacked (1995).

Ken Adam

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Production was designed by Ken Adam.

Lorimar Television

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Action film

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Dead Bang is a 1989 American action thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe, Bob Balaban, and Tim Reid.

Los Angeles

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On Christmas Eve in Los Angeles, a dispatched LASD Sheriff is shot dead by an armed robber, who early on robbed a convenience store and also killed its African-American owner.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

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On Christmas Eve in Los Angeles, a dispatched LASD Sheriff is shot dead by an armed robber, who early on robbed a convenience store and also killed its African-American owner. Johnson's character, based on real-life LASO Detective Jerry Beck, tracks the killer of a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy and uncovers a plot involving hate literature, white supremacist militias and arms trafficking.

Person of interest

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While examining police records he comes across a person of interest named Bobby Burns, who has recently been paroled from a four-year robbery sentence.

Ford Ranch Wagon

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The man tells Beck that he last saw Burns driving a maroon Ford Ranch Wagon en route to Bakersfield.

Bakersfield, California

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The man tells Beck that he last saw Burns driving a maroon Ford Ranch Wagon en route to Bakersfield.

Arizona

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In Arizona, Burns and his men rob a Mexican bar and kill its patrons.

White supremacy

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Johnson's character, based on real-life LASO Detective Jerry Beck, tracks the killer of a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy and uncovers a plot involving hate literature, white supremacist militias and arms trafficking.