Shotgun Trailer

Shotgun Trailer (1989)

"Playing by the rules can get you killed" 01 January 1989 Action, Thriller 85 mins

Detective Ian 'Shotgun' Jones hunts a sadistic misogynistic maniac.

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Cast

Stuart Chapin

as Ian Jones

Rif Hutton

as Max Billings

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1989

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