Mars Trailer

Mars Trailer (1998)

12 March 1998 Action, Sci-Fi 91 mins

In the future, Mars has been colonized. A martial artist arrives to investigate what happened to his brother. A powerful mining company is the prime suspect.

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Cast

Olivier Gruner

as Caution Templer

Shari Belafonte

as Doc Halliday

Gabriel Dell Jr.

as Buckskin Greenberg

Alex Hyde-White

as Phillip Clement

Crew

Jon Hess

Director

International Titles

Mars Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 12 March 1998

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