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Above the Law Vhs

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Item details

Condition
Good
Rating
R
Genre
Action, Adventure
Leading Role
Steven Segal
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Movie/TV Title
Above the Law
ASIN
B00004ROJ9
Audience Rating
R (Restricted)
binding
VHS Tape
Format
VHS Tape
Theatrical Release Date
1988-04-08
ean
4012878116598

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Above the Law

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Actor: Steven Seagal, Pam Grier, Henry Silva, Ron Dean, Daniel Faraldo, Sharon Stone, Miguel Nino, Nicholas Kusenko, Joe Greco, Chelcie Ross

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A martial-arts expert and former CIA agent, Nico Toscani (Steven Seagal) is working as a Chicago cop when a relatively routine drug-trafficking investigation leads to an international conspiracy. Soon Nico and his partner, Delores "Jax" Jackson (Pam Grier), are the targets of mysterious and powerful criminals, but he refuses to back down. As Nico gets deeper into the case, he must contend with an old adversary: corrupt CIA operative Kurt Zagon (Henry Silva)


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