The Toughest Man in the World

Overview

There was once a time within living memory when people eagerly awaited a TV-movie starring Mister T. The Toughest Man in the World casts the former Laurence Turand as nightclub bouncer "Bruise" Brubaker. Marshmallow-soft on the inside, Bruise befriends a group of underprivileged kids at a youth center. The film bears a marked resemblance to Mister T's Saturday-morning cartoon series; whether it is better or worse is left to the viewer. I pity the fool who missed The Toughest Man in the World when it was first ...
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Overview

There was once a time within living memory when people eagerly awaited a TV-movie starring Mister T. The Toughest Man in the World casts the former Laurence Turand as nightclub bouncer "Bruise" Brubaker. Marshmallow-soft on the inside, Bruise befriends a group of underprivileged kids at a youth center. The film bears a marked resemblance to Mister T's Saturday-morning cartoon series; whether it is better or worse is left to the viewer. I pity the fool who missed The Toughest Man in the World when it was first telecast on November 7, 1984.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/2/2010
  • UPC: 096009003791
  • Original Release: 1984
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  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 41,659

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jobe Cerny The Mayor's Aide
Ron Dean Ernie
Diane Dorsey Billy's Mother
Dennis Dugan Dick
Brian Finn Gus
Joe V. Greco Matty
Rom Milanovich Tanker
Lynne Moody Leslie
John P. Navin Jr. Billy
Peggy Pope Esther
Frank G. Rice Grass
Jimmie F. Skaggs Fox
Robert Stewart Bruise's Boy
Mr. T Bruise Brubaker, Singer
Technical Credits
Dick Lowry Director
Vincent Bono Original Story
Byron Brandt Editor
Jason Sanders Editor
John Cutts Producer
William Goldstein Score Composer
Peter Guber Executive Producer
Robert Gundlach Art Director, Production Designer
Richard A. Guttman Teleplay
James Pergola Cinematographer
Jon Peters Executive Producer
Jimmy Sangster Teleplay
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Toughest Man in the World
1. Bruise [7:27]
2. Muscles to Match [6:56]
3. You're Late [7:26]
4. Learning from Mistakes [7:27]
5. Early Riser [7:41]
6. Thank You [7:51]
7. Don't Sell Yourself Short [7:53]
8. Training [7:58]
9. Double Cross [11:57]
10. Final Battle [21:48]
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