The Dallas Connection Trailer

The Dallas Connection Trailer (1994)

"Spies, Thighs, Bikinis & Bullets" 10 October 1994 Action 94 mins

Assassins led by Black Widow are out to kill Antonio Morales to prevent him from handing a computer chip over to IWAR headquarters. It's up to secret agents Chris Cannon, Mark Austin, and Samantha Maxx to stop them

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Cast

Julie Strain

as Black Widow

Samantha Phillips

as Samantha Maxx

Wendy Hamilton

as Scorpion

Kym Malin

as Cowboy's Hostess

Kym Malyk

as Dancer #1

T.J. Myers

as Dancer #2

Bruce Penhall

as Chris Cannon

Mark Barriere

as Mark Austin

Rodrigo Obregón

as Antonio Morales

Roland Marcus

as Nicholas Lang

Cassidy Phillips

as Platter Puss

Alan Krier

as Jean Pierre

Crew

Andy Sidaris

Andy Sidaris Executive Producer

Arlene Sidaris

Arlene Sidaris Executive Producer

Wess Rahn

Wess Rahn Producer

Ron Di Iulio

Original Music Composer

Mark Morris

Mark Morris Director of Photography

Bill Pryor

Bill Pryor Art Direction

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United States 10 October 1994

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