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- Mr. T

Overview - The always likeable Mr. T stars as a young Southerner who travels to Washington, DC to seek his fortune. Upon arrival he takes a job as a cabbie at a rundown taxi company. In this new position he meets some very unusual characters and gets embroiled in a kidnapping plot.  Read more...

 
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Overview

The always likeable Mr. T stars as a young Southerner who travels to Washington, DC to seek his fortune. Upon arrival he takes a job as a cabbie at a rundown taxi company. In this new position he meets some very unusual characters and gets embroiled in a kidnapping plot.

Cast List

Joel Schumacher - American Director/Screenwriter
Irene Cara - Famous for "Fame"
Paul Rodriguez - American Comedian
Adam Baldwin - American supporting actor
Max Gail - Detective Stanley Wojohowicz (Wojo) of TV's "Barney Miller"
Maxwell Gail - Detective Stanley Wojohowicz (Wojo) of TV's "Barney Miller"
Bill Maher - American Comedian
Mr. T
Lawrence Tero
Charlie Barnett
Gary Busey - American Actor

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 84
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192619328
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2015

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Movies > Comedies

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Synopsis:
An aging hippie heads a rundown cab company and supervises its eclectic crew of oddball drivers including: a would-be pimp, a Cleveland-born Rastafarian, a man concerned about the effect of drug pushers on city streets and a young upstart working towards his license. Struggling to keep their little operation afloat, this motley crew of cabbies is working overtime and putting in 100%, but in the nation's capital, they'll have to do more than that if they want to keep their jobs.

Reviews:
"...Funky....Hip....[An] energetic spirit....[A] likeable picture..." - 12/14/1983 Variety

 
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