In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders Trailer

In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders Trailer (1988)

28 September 1988 Drama, Action, Crime 92 mins

It is 1985, and a small, tranquil Florida town is being rocked by a wave of vicious serial murders and bank robberies. Particularly sickening to the authorities is the gratuitous use of violence by two “Rambo” like killers who dress themselves in military garb. Based on actual events taken from FBI files, the movie depicts the Bureau’s efforts to track down these renegades.

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Cast

Ronny Cox

as Agent Benjamin 'Ben' Grogan

Bruce Greenwood

as Agent Jerry Dove

Michael Gross

as William 'Bill' Russell Matix

Doug Sheehan

as Agent Gorgon McNeil

David Soul

as Michael 'Mike' Lee Platt

Ronald G. Joseph

as Ed Mireles

Teri Copley

as Vickie

International Releases Dates

United States 28 September 1988

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