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Keaton's Cop (1990)

R | | Crime | 9 March 1990 (USA)
Ex-mobster Keaton, now living in a retirement home, narrowly misses being the target of a mob hit. Policemen Jake, an old friend of Keaton, and Gable, a violent cop who takes an immediate ... See full summary »

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Robert Burge (as Bob Burge)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lee Majors ... Mike Gable
Abe Vigoda ... Louis Keaton
Don Rickles ... Jake
Tracy Brooks Swope ... Susan
Art LaFleur ... Detective Ed Hayes
June Wilkinson ... Sandra Channing / Big Mama
Robert Hilliard Robert Hilliard ... Lt. Spencer
Denise Kerwin Denise Kerwin ... Julie
Talbot Perry Simons ... Al - Hitman
George A. Simonelli George A. Simonelli ... Rick Dante
Fredrica Duke Fredrica Duke ... Marsha Gable
Clinton Austin Shirley Clinton Austin Shirley ... Jimmy Gable (as Clinton 'Austin' Shirley)
Louise Melilli Louise Melilli ... Receptionist (as Louise Mililli)
Richard L. Duran ... Officer Diaz (as Richard Duran)
Robert Foster Robert Foster ... Woody Clark
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Ex-mobster Keaton, now living in a retirement home, narrowly misses being the target of a mob hit. Policemen Jake, an old friend of Keaton, and Gable, a violent cop who takes an immediate disliking to the aging gangster are called in to keep Keaton safe, as well as investigate the hit. There is a turn of events though when Jake is killed by the hitmen, Gable and Keaton are forced to get along while they search for whomever killed their friend and partner. Adding to the challenge, they only have forty-eight hours to solve this case on their own. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Crime

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 1990 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Galveston, Texas, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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An actor's first had review of Keaton's Cop.
26 August 2011 | by actorbornSee all my reviews

I was in this movie. I played a cop guarding Abe Vagoda.It was shot in Galveston with a budget at The Galvez Hotel, but there are so many small problems. Lee Majors was playing it straight, but doing scenes with Don Rickles makes it kinda hard. Rickles was a nut on the set. Abe Vagoda was searching for his character. Even the actors were struggling with this script, the holes, the cheese. One of the best bloopers is watching the car chase pass the same convenience store 3 times in a row.

The actor's were trying hard to be serious. But the props, the bomb...??..what the hell!?? They should have went for the comedy..the god father this wasn't.

The film also has a orange tint to it.You see, the film used to shoot the movie was apparently old and developed improperly in spots throughout the film...that's the inside word anyway. Ahh yes, A classic Bob Burge production. This was the kind of movie that ended careers. Once it came out it vanished. It took me 4 years to find ans outta state copy for 75 bucks. That is called burying it. Now, we can watch and laugh...why not. All I know is I got to hang out 2 days with Lee Majors and Abe Vagoda, for that I AM thankful.


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