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Edward Albert

Edward Albert


Birthdate: February 20, 1951

Deathdate: September 22, 2006

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edward Albert (February 20, 1951 – September 22, 2006) was an American film and television actor. He was also known as Edward Laurence Albert, Laurence Edward Albert (to further avoid confusion with his same-named father) and occasionally Eddie Albert, Jr. Description above from the Wikipedia article Edward Albert, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikip... ...detailed bio

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Fighting Words (2007)

A romantic drama set against the world of slam poetry competitions.
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Sea of Fear (2006)

Four friends take a vacation on a boat, with its skipper and three crew. By a campfire one night, the seven discuss the kind of death each fears most. One by one, each of the party is killed by the method he fears most.
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The Work and the Glory (2004)

Early on in the film, the family's association with Martin Harris, a prominent figure of the early Latter Day Saint movement, is established. Carefully woven throughout the film are events which tie into actual history of the Church, such as Harris' mortgage of his farm for the publication of the...
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Daredevil vs. Spider-Man (2003)

Spider-Man and Daredevil team up to fight Kingpin.
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Ablaze (2002)

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Mimic 2 (2001)

After three men are discovered hideously mutilated (their faces have been removed) and strung up among New York City's high-tension wires, Detective Klaski (Bruno Campos) stumbles upon a link: Each of the men knew entomologist Remy (Alix Koromzay), a teacher at an inner-city high school. Klaski c...
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Space Marines (1996)

Col. Fraser leads a group of space pirates to take over a ship and capture an important official.
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The Secret Agent Club (1996)

The Secret Agent Club is a family oriented action film directed by John Murlowski. The film is about a secret spy (Hulk Hogan) who steals a laser gun and pretends that it is a toy but gets in trouble when the people find out who he stole the gun from.
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Sorceress (1995)

A witch (Julie Strain) gets rid of her husband's (Larry Poindexter) main competitor (Edward Albert) at work, by casting a spell that results in Edward being crippled for life. However, Albert's wife (Linda Blair) also happens to be a witch and she is intent on bringing those who caused her and he...
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Guarding Tess (1994)

Doug Chesnic (Nicolas Cage) is a Secret Service agent who takes great pride in his job, performing his duties with the utmost professionalism. However, his assignment for the last three years has been a severe test of his patience. Doug is in charge of a team stationed in Ohio to protect Tess Car...
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Shootfighter: Fight to the Death (1993)

Two friends are tricked into fighting in the Shootfight, a deadly fight to the death, by an evil man (played by Martin Kove). Their sensei Shingo (played by Bolo Yeung) must step in and save the day.
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The Rescue (1988)

The film opens on a U.S. military base in South Korea. Personnel receives word that a U.S. submarine has become disabled in international waters near North Korea. A team of four Navy SEALS travels to the underwater site of the sub, rescues the captain, and lays explosives. The captain is airlifte...
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Terminal Entry (1988)

The film room briefly where Lady Electric shares with Bob her measurements. After being chased down another corridor and into an elevator where they both fall to their deaths Bob snaps out of his daydream at the last second. When he comes to, he finds his friends have lost the game in the same fa...
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Getting Even (1986)

A soldier-of-fortune steals some Russian nerve gas from Afghanistan, and brings it to the U.S. to be analyzed. A greedy millionaire rancher finds out about it and sets out to steal it.
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Ellie (1984)

Ellie is a 1984 comedy film directed by Peter Wittman and distributed by Troma Entertainment. Set in the deep south, the film follows the titular Ellie (Sheila Kennedy); after witnessing her father's murder at the hands of her stepmother and her three lecherous stepbrothers, Ellie vows to avenge ...
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The House Where Evil Dwells (1982)

In 1840, in the rural and wooded hillside region of Kushiata near Kyoto, Japan, a samurai, named Shigero, comes home to find his wife, Otami, in bed with another man, named Masanori. In a violent scene, Shigero kills them both and then himself. Flash-forward to the present day, an American family...
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Butterfly (1982)

Jess Tyler is a hermit who guards a silver mine. His daughter Kady ran off and gave birth to the bastard child of a rich man who refused to marry her. The rich man's father owns the mine, so Kady decides its riches should belong to her. She returns home and tries to persuade the dying Jess to let...
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Galaxy of Terror (1981)

On a desolate, storm-lashed planet called Morganthus, the last survivor of a crashed spaceship is attacked and killed by an unseen force. On another planet a very long distance away, two figures are seen playing a strange game. One, an old woman named Mitri, is identified as the controller of the...
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When Time Ran Out (1980)

Shelby Gilmore (William Holden), who owns a newly constructed hotel on a remote Pacific island, wants desperately to marry his secretary, Kay Kirby (Jacqueline Bisset) and proposes to her under the impression that she'll become his seventh wife. Kay is in love with Hank Anderson (Paul Newman), an...
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The Greek Tycoon (1978)

The film focuses on the courtship and marriage of aging Greek Theo Tomasis, who rose from his humble peasant roots to become an influential mogul who owns oil tankers, airlines, and Mediterranean islands and longs to be elected President of Greece, and considerably younger Liz Cassidy, the beauti...