Dead Men Can't Dance Trailer

Dead Men Can't Dance Trailer (1997)

"The Cold War just got hot. Time to Rock 'N' Roll." 17 April 1997 Action, Thriller 105 mins

To stamp out the threat of nuclear war, a special ops team must travel to North Korea to carry out a covert mission to destroy a nuclear power plant. Everything does not go as planned. Their communications are cut off and they must remember their survival training to get them through.

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Cast

Michael Biehn

as Robert Hart

Adrian Paul

as Shooter

Kathleen York

as Victoria Elliot

R. Lee Ermey

as Senator Fowler

Jennifer Blanc

as Warzenak

Shawnee Smith

as Cooper

International Titles

Una Sporca Missione Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 February 1998

United States 17 April 1997

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