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Wednesday, May 26, 2004
 
Here is some more "Action-Adventure Theater" excitement for your personal edification. This is Michael Dudikoff's hilarious and seemingly drugged 1989 introduction to the Urban Warriors installment of "Action-Adventure Theater," a theoretical line of crappy direct-to-video Cannon exploitation movies that, as far as we know, lasted four titles: The Bronx Executioner, Bridge to Hell, Urban Warriors, and Cross Mission. Much like the non-Cannon "Ninja Theater" videos with Sho Kosugi, Dudikoff does not appear in the movies, which are all Italian pick-ups.

For those who missed the intro to The Bronx Executioner when I posted it about a year and a half ago, here's the link.

(Both these files are in Windows Media format, dial-up users can right-click and "save target as..." to get the files and play them after download.)

[link]    Posted 6:44 PM by Patrick.