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Terror Has No Limits

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Terrorists attempt to disrupt the Atlanta Olympics by kidnapping the U.S. women's swim team. If their demands are not met, the team will be executed. Only janitor Jack Bryant, a former Olympic gymnast champion of Tae Kwon Do felled by injuries and alcoholism knows of their real plans. And only he, with the guidance of former terrorist-fighter Leo, can stop them.

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Blast Cast

Name Character
Andrew Divoff He was 41, now 68 years old as Omodo
Rutger Hauer He was 53, 75 years old when he died as Leo
Linden Ashby He was 36, now 64 years old as Jack Bryant
Norbert Weisser He was 50, now 77 years old as Commando Rescuer
Shannon Elizabeth She was 23, now 50 years old as Hostage
Yuji Okumoto He was 38, now 65 years old as FBI Agent
Thom Mathews He was 38, now 65 years old as Bill
Tim Thomerson He was 51, now 78 years old as Police Commissioner
Sonya Eddy She was 29, now 57 years old as Bena
Kimberly Warren as Diane Colton
Vincent Klyn He was 36, now 63 years old as Intense Man

Blast Crew

Name Department
Tom Karnowski as Producer. He was 44 (now 71) years old Production
George Mooradian as Director of Photography. He was 2 (now 24) years old Camera
Paul Rosenblum as Executive Producer. Production
Gary Schmoeller as Producer. Production
Albert Pyun as Director. He was 43 (now 71) years old Directing
Albert Pyun as Writer. He was 43 (now 71) years old Writing
Darren B. Turbow as Line Producer. Production
Anthony Riparetti as Music. Sound
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Terror Has No Limits

  • Release day: Thursday, March 13, 1997
  • Runtime: 105 minutes
  • Budget: 700000.00