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Choke Canyon
Directed by:
Charles Bail

Released in the USA on August 01 of 1986, "Choke Canyon" (also known as "Einsame Kämpfer, Der", "On Dangerous Ground", "Energia pulita") is an Action/Science Fiction film directed by Charles Bail , starring Stephen Collins, Janet Julian, Bo Svenson, Lance Henriksen, Nicholas Pryor and Victoria Racimo.

Who directed "Choke Canyon":

Choke Canyon was directed by Charles Bail, an actor, director, producer, and writer.

Before Choke Canyon, Charles Bail had directed The Gumball Rally, released in 1976, Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold (1975), Black Samson (1974).

When was "Choke Canyon" released:

Choke Canyon was initially released on Friday, August 01, 1986, in the United States. Also released on Friday, August 01, 1986 have been Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (dir. Tom McLoughlin) and Howard the Duck (dir. Willard Huyck). This was thirty-three (33) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "Choke Canyon":

At the casting of Choke Canyon we find Stephen Collins, previously seen in Brewster's Millions (1985) and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979); Janet Julian (Fear City (1984), Big Wednesday (1978)); Bo Svenson (The Delta Force (1986), Cane arrabbiato (1985)) [ more... ]

  • Walter Robles and Denver Mattson also worked together in Stuart Saves His Family, released in 1995.
  • Lance Henriksen and Nicholas Pryor also appeared together in Damien: Omen II, released in 1978.

What is the Storyline of "Choke Canyon":

Dr. David Lowell's (Collins) research is carried out in the canyon country of southern Utah and must be conducted at the same time Halley's Comet is passing over the earth. A corporation trying to find a remote place to illegally dump nuclear waste throws him off his land and destroys his laboratory. He spends the rest of the film committing ecotage against the company and trying to recover his land.


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