Platoon Leader / Soldier Boyz (Michael Dudikoff Double Feature)

Directed by Aaron Norris and Louis Morneau

Year: 1988
Running Time: 187
Color Type: Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Country: U.S.
Language: English
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Platoon Leader / Soldier Boyz (Michael Dudikoff Double Feature)

Cast
Michael Dudikoff
William Smith
Robert F. Lyons
Don Stroud
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Michael DeLorenzo

Crew
Directed by Aaron Norris and Louis Morneau


Action star Michael Dudikoff (Avenging Force) shines as an inexperienced West Point graduate thrown into the hells of war in this gutsy, brutal look at the real Vietnam War. After arriving in ‘Nam, he soon realizes that his knowledge of warfare in textbooks would get him and his men slaughtered on the real battlefields and quickly becomes a battle-hardened Platoon Leader his men can depend on. Aaron Norris (Delta Force 2) directed this action-packed war film featuring Michael DeLorenzo (TV’s New York Undercover). | Ex-Marine Major Howard Toliver (Michael Dudikoff, River of Death) runs a high security prison in L.A. until he’s ordered back into action – back to Vietnam. A wealthy heiress has been kidnapped by a ruthless gang of bandits, Toliver agrees to the rescue mission, but only if he can take six of his prison’s deadliest renegades with him. Now Toliver and his dirty half-dozen are on their way to a new kind of killing field, ‘Nam in the 90s. Louis Morneau (Retroactive) directed this exciting thriller featuring Don Stroud (Search and Destroy) and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Mortal Kombat).

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