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The Hitman Details

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Chuck Norris stars in this derivative action film (directed by his brother, Aaron Norris) which bears more than a passing similarity to Steven Seagal's Marked for Death. Norris plays Cliff Garret, a Seattle cop who is mortally wounded in a drug bust. Garret's condition is grave but he manages to pull through. However, the Seattle police have plans for him and put out the word that Garret has died. When Garret regains his strength, he is given a new identity as hit man Danny Grogan and is assigned to go undercover and infiltrate the crime family of Marco Luganni (Al Waxman). "Grogan" must bring both Luganni and rival gang-lord Andre Lacombe (Marcel Sabourin) into police custody. But his past comes back to haunt him in the person of Ronny Delany (Michael Parks), a goon from Grogan's Garret days, who threatens to blow his cover. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:October 25, 1991

Cast

Chuck Norris
as Garret/Grogan
Michael Parks
as Ronny "Del" Delaney
Al Waxman
as Marco Luganni
Alberta Watson
as Christine De Vera
Salim Grant
as Tim Murphy
Ken Pogue
as Chambers
Marcel Sabourin
as Andre Lacombe
Bruno Gerussi
as Nino
Michael Rogers
as Sully
Michelle Goodger
as Corrine
Beau Heaton
as Bo Lemke
Alex Bruhanski
as Scarlini
Alex Diakun
as Armone
Gerry Bean
as Fierro
James Purcell
as Sal
Stephen Dimopoulos
as Galione
William B. Davis
as Doctor Atkins
Jon Cuthbert
as Joe
Henry Holmes
as Chief Surgeon
Fred Henderson
as E.R. Doctor
Sylvian Demers
as Attendant
Stuart Aikins
Alan C. Peterson
as Lemke
Nathan Vanering
as Nantel
Anthony Stamboulieh
as Rigoletti
Paris Mileos
as Scolari
Sue Mathew
as Attendant
Candus Churchill
as Kate

Crew

Aaron Norris
Director
Don Carmody
Producer
Jeffrey Barmash
Producer
Harry Alan Towers
Producer
Don Carmody
Screenwriter
Robert Geoffrion
Screenwriter
Joao Fernandes
Cinematographer
Joel Derouin
Composer (Music Score)
Douglas Higgins
Production Designer
Eric Fraser
Art Director
Peter Welbeck
Executive Producer
Andre Link
Executive Producer
Barry Brolly
Set Designer
Mary E. McLeod
Costume Designer
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