Director: William Tannen
Writers: Dennis Shryack; Michael Butler
From novel by: George La Fountaine
Music Composed and Performed by: Tangerine Dream
Producer: Skip Short
|Kris Kristofferson|| ... Logan|
|Treat Williams|| ... Ernie|
|Rip Torn|| ... Sheriff Wells|
|Kevin Conway|| ... Brook|
|Kurtwood Smith|| ... Carson|
|Miguel Ferrer|| ... Roget|
|Jean Smart|| ... Doris|
|Guy Boyd|| ... Lambasino|
|Mark Slade|| ... Hawthorne|
|Roberts Blossom|| ... Amarillo|
|Tess Harper|| ... Ellen|
|Terry Alexander|| ... Peterson|
|William Frankfather|| ... Lacy|
|Nora Heflin|| ... Lambasino's Date|
|Joaquin Martinez|| ... Pedroza|
|Ana Marie Auther|| ... Roget's Date|
|Barry Davis|| ... Max|
|Sam Edelman|| ... Van Driver|
|Robert Elliott|| ... Michael Curtis|
|Robin Wayne Fugett|| ... Border Patrol Agent|
|Henry Max Kendrick|| ... Coin Dealer|
|Justin Lord|| ... Army Private|
|Will Morton|| ... Border Patrol|
|Grant Wheeler|| ... Border Patrol|
Review by jim (posted on 29-Oct-2009)
This obsure movie released on HBO in early 1984, was an excellent story, great directing, and a perfect cast.
A look at the life of the U.S. Border Patrol, patroling along the Texas border, when an unexpected find by border patrolman Bobby, (Kris C.) creates a Federal Government frenzy coming out of Washington D.C. Fed. agent portrayed by Kurtwood Smith. Which was one of the most sinister realistic depiction of a CIA agent type ever. Rip Torn portrays a Co. Sheriff, Treat Williams friend and fellow BP agent.
Conspiracy buffs will love this film. This film must of been buried for a reason.
Many twists and turns to keep you interested, and wanting more.
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