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[[Performer~P34188~Timothy Hutton~timothyhutton]] stars in this rabble-rousing movie in the tradition of [[Feature~V41846~Rocky~rocky]], directed by [[Performer~P13329~Bob Clark~bobclark]]. Hutton plays Jimmy Lynch, the younger brother of New York City firefighter Terry ([[Performer~P72493~Robert Urich~roberturich]]). Terry is off-duty and has been drinking but rescues a young girl for a dangerous fire. When he injures himself in the fire and is hospitalized, New York City refuses to pay for his medical expenses because he was intoxicated during the rescue. Incensed that Mayor Tyler ([[Performer~P16110~Robert Culp~robertculp]]) refuses to look after his brother, Jimmy decides to take them all on and mounts a series of public stunts designed to embarrass the mayor. Along the way, Jimmy becomes a folk hero, since he hides his identity behind the signature "Turk 182!" Jimmy is now a celebrity and consents to sit down for a television interview to reveal his true identity. But when the television station fails to broadcast the interview due to political pressure, Jimmy takes it upon himself to stage one final elaborate stunt to make the public aware of Terry's plight. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi


Timothy Hutton
as Jimmy Lynch
Robert Urich
as Terry Lynch
Kim Cattrall
as Danny Boudreau
Robert Culp
as Mayor Tyler
Darren McGavin
as Detective Kowalski
Peter Boyle
as Detective Ryan
Paul Sorvino
as Himself
Thomas Quinn
as Hooley
Dick O'Neill
as Power House Chief
Robert Trebor
as Copy Boy
Steve Stahl
as Scoreboard Operator
Niccole Bruno
as Girl at Fire
Francine Joyce
as Reporter
Roseanne Scamardella
as Herself
Leonard Termo
as Barricade Cop
Daniel Gorman
as Fireman
Jane Feinberg
Jimmy Ortiz
as Boy at Fire
Adrienne Hampton
as Mayor's Secretary
David Wohl
as TV Producer
Barry Kivel
as Callahan the Cop
Michael LaGuardia
as Patron at Hooly's
Tucker Smallwood
as Reporter at Bridge
Maury Chaykin
as Man in Wheelchair
Robert Walsh
as Patron at Hooly's
Natalie Gentry
as Irate Man's Wife
Richard Zobel
as TV Interviewer
Marcia Shulman
Al Mancini
as Irate Man on TV
James Tolkan
as Hanley
Joseph Jamrog
as Bridge Supervisor
Jeanette Larson
as Reporter in Subway
Mike Fenton
Stephen Nemeth
as Patron in Hooly's
Bob O'Connell
as jail cop
Lou Criscuolo
as Gov. Marconi
Dick Martinsen
as Fireman
Vasili Bogazianos
as patient in ward
Mike Hagerty
as Mayor's Bodyguard
Kaitlin Hopkins
as reporter in subway
E. Brian Dean
as Hard Hat on TV
J.R. Horne
as Security Guard
Bill Beutel
as Himself
Roger Grimsby
as Himself
Donna Hanover
as Herself
Jack McGee
as Patron at Hooly's
Robert Weil
as Bail Clerk
Jim Manley
as Reporter in Subway


Bob Clark
Ted Field
Peter Samuelson
Rene Dupont
Robert W. Cort
Denis Hamill
John Hamill
Paul Zaza
Composer (Music Score)
Stan Cole
Harry Pottle
Production Designer
Linda Wayne
Costume Designer
James J. Sabat
Sound/Sound Designer
Dar Robinson
Jay Cannistraci
Carl Fullerton