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The Quest
- Jean-Clau Van Damme

Overview - A kid from the mean streets of 1920's New York flees the police aboard a ship bound for the orient. Hijacked at sea, he is adopted by a rogueish pirate (Roger Moore) who sells him to a martial arts school on a remote island. There he is prepared to enter a global fighting challenge staged at the mystical, mysterious Lost City of Tibet.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A kid from the mean streets of 1920's New York flees the police aboard a ship bound for the orient. Hijacked at sea, he is adopted by a rogueish pirate (Roger Moore) who sells him to a martial arts school on a remote island. There he is prepared to enter a global fighting challenge staged at the mystical, mysterious Lost City of Tibet.

Cast List

Aki Aleong - Supporting Actor
Abdel Qissi
Roger Moore - British actor, THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
Janet Gunn - Actress
Louis Mandylor - Australian Actor/Stunts
Jean-Claude Van Damme - Actor/Martial Arts
Jean-Claude van Damme - Actor/Martial Arts
James Remar - American character actor
Jack McGee - Actor/"Cool As Ice"

 
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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 95
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192025822
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: June 2010

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Movies > Action/Adventure

Related Keywords:
Action
Adventure
High Seas
Kidnapping And Missing Persons
Martial Arts
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Synopsis:
When agile street thug Chris Dubois decides to take a trip around the world, he has no idea how extraordinary his adventure will become. Dubois is first kidnapped and enslaved by gun runners, but fortunately, he is rescued by Dobbs, a pirate. Dobbs turns him over to Khao, Tibet's kickboxing master. Khao trains Dubois in the martial arts, with Dubois becoming so skilled, he enters the "Ghan-gheng," an ancient fighting tournament. Only the best combatants from around the globe can compete in the event, which reflects the various fighting styles of its multi-cultural participants. Chris finds that the Ghan-gheng tests him mentally, physically, and even morally. Does he have enough of what it takes to win it all?

Notes:
Released theatrically in the USA April 26, 1996. Presented by MDP Worldwide. Color by DeLuxe; shot in Panavision widescreen, with DTS sound. Additional cast: Aki Aleong Khan (Khao). Additional credit: Kuladee (Gai) Suchatanont (set decorator). Copyright 1996 Universal City Studios, Inc. and Selima Films A.V.V.

Reviews:
"...With the same grace and discipline he displays in front of the camera, Jean-Claude Van Damme makes a socko directorial debut with THE QUEST, a martial arts adventure odyssey that's epic in scale and high in style..." - 04/26/1996 Los Angeles Times, p.F10


"...In the arena of expertly choreographed man-to-man mayhem, Van Damme ranks among the champs..." - 04/26/1996 Chicago Sun-Times, p.34

 
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