Jack Reed: Badge of Honour Trailer

Jack Reed: Badge of Honour Trailer (1993)

12 November 1993 Drama, Crime, Mystery 96 mins

When a young mother is murdered, Chicago police sergeant Jack Reed sets out to find her killer. But the secret world of undercover operations rears its ugly head.

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Cast

Brian Dennehy

as Sgt. Jack Reed

Susan Ruttan

as Arlene Reed

William Sadler

as David Anatole

Alice Krige

as Joan Anatole

R. D. Call

as Lt. Lloyd Butler

Amy Aquino

as Sharon Hilliard

Jo Anderson

as Wendy Simmons

Byron Minns

as Keith Brandon

Neal McDonough

as Wayne Carlson

Justin Burnette

as John Reed

Michael Talbott

as Detective Eddie Dirkson

Joey Zimmerman

as Greg Travis

Michele Lamar Richards

as Molly Howard

Amber Benson

as Nicole Reed

Udo Kier

as Giles Marquette

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 12 November 1993

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