Dead Bang

Dead Bang

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Director: John Frankenheimer

Cast: Don Johnson, Penelope Ann Miller, William Forsythe

     
 
John Frankenheimer directs Don Johnson in the thriller Dead Bang, which comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. There are no subtitles, but the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, making it difficult to recommend this

Overview

John Frankenheimer directs Don Johnson in the thriller Dead Bang, which comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. There are no subtitles, but the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, making it difficult to recommend this Warner Brothers title to anyone other than a genre enthusiast or a Don Johnson fan.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/18/1999
UPC:
0012569065826
Original Release:
1989
Rating:
R
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:43:00

Special Features

Interactive menus

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Don Johnson Jerry Beck
Penelope Ann Miller Linda
William Forsythe Arthur Kressler
Bob Balaban Elliot Webly
Frank Military Bobby Burns
Tim Reid Chief Dixon
Carmen Argenziano Actor
Jereme Beck Detective John
Jarion Monroe LAPD Officer
Lynn Stalmaster Actor
David H. "Dutch" van Dalsem Biker
Tate Donovan John Burns
Antoni Stutz Ray
Micky Jones Sleepy
Ron Campbell Crossfield
William Traylor Elton Tremmel
Hy Anzell Capt. Waxman
Michael Jeter Dr. Krantz
James Douglas Agent Gilroy
Brad Sullivan Chief Hillard
Phyllis Guerrini Louisa
Darwyn Swalve Biker
Sam Scarber Detective Bilson
Mic Rodgers Sgt. Kimble
Tiger Haynes Edwin Gates
Garwin Sanford Officer
Lon Katzman Officer
Ricardo Ascencio Ponchito
Trudy Forbes Female Officer
Michael Higgins Rev. Gebhardt
Evans Evans Mrs. Gebhardt
Stephen E. Miller Bogan, Oklahoma Officer
Dawn Mortensen Daughter
Frank C. Turner Cottonwood Officer
Lennard Camarillo Juancho
Valerie Pearson Helpful Person
Billy Boyle Priest
Justin Stillwell Mark Beck
Christine Cable Karen Beck
Maureen Thomas Teacher
Ron Carothers Dixon's Man
Ernie Jackson Dixon's Man
Juliana Carter Dixon's Wife
Ron Hyatt Biker
Daniel Quinn James "Hard Rock" Ellis

Technical Credits
John Frankenheimer Director
Ken Adam Production Designer
Jamie Brown Makeup
Gary Chang Score Composer
Stan Edmonds Makeup
Gerry Fisher Cinematographer
Robert Foster Producer,Screenwriter
James M. Halty Stunts
Richard Hudolin Art Director
John Inzerella Makeup
Michael Kamen Score Composer
Alan Manzer Art Director
Arthur Jeph Parker Set Decoration/Design
Mic Rodgers Stunts
Robert L. Rosen Executive Producer
Stephen J. Roth Producer
Robert F. Shugrue Editor
Jodie Lynne Tillen Costumes/Costume Designer
Clifford P. Wenger Special Effects
Brent Woolsey Stunts

Scene Index

Jump To A Scene
1. Credits. [4:07]
2. Merry Christmas, you're dead. [3:50]
3. Holiday workload. [3:51]
4. Not him. [4:52]
5. A little fun. [2:13]
6. The bikers den. [2:23]
7. Chase, cuff and retch. [3:54]
8. He's responsible. I'm not. [3:15]
9. A father's hang-up. [3:00]
10. Linda's request. [2:33]
11. Death at El Coyote. [2:57]
12. Call from Cottonwood. [1:53]
13. Ambushed. [2:44]
14. The bureau's position. [2:19]
15. Bogan, Oklahoma. [5:05]
16. Going to church. [2:04]
17. "I know he's been here." [1:59]
18. The freezed is on. [1:51]
19. Kidnapped. [5:30]
20. A Woody Allen lookalike. [4:22]
21. Beck's way. [3:58]
22. Colorado as simple as it gets. [2:56]
23. Cracking the stronghold. [4:06]
24. Where all roads lead. [3:37]
25. Subterranean shootout. [6:20]
26. A shot in the light. [3:52]
27. Another killer. [4:48]
28. The bureau's new position. [2:04]
29. More out there. [1:06]
30. End credits. [4:06]

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Dead Bang 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yes it's true. This is actually one of his better movies besides ''A Boy And His Dog''. His low key performance, good story and action keep this movie going to the end. He plays a run down cop on a case that gets bigger and more dangerous as the story progresses. You also have to give John Frankenheimer credit for his direction.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining and thought provoking..