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Zone Troopers


Category: 22
All Genres: War, Sci-Fi
Release Year: 1986
Country: USA
Runtime: 86
Rating: (0)
Languages: English, German
Director: Danny Bilson
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • They take war to a new dimension.

  • Writing by: Danny Bilson – writer
    Paul De Meo – writer

    Produced by: Charles Band – executive producer
    Roberto Bessi – producer

    Cast: Tim Thomerson – The Sarge
    Timothy Van Patten – Joey
    Art LaFleur – Mittens
    Biff Manard – Dolan
    William Paulson – The Alien
    Peter Boom – Col. Manheim
    Max Turilli – SS Sgt. Zeller
    Eugene Brell – The Radioman
    John Leamer – The Lieutenant
    Bruce McGuire – The Medic
    Alviero Martin – The Fuhrer

    Music: Richard Band
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: In Italy, during World War II some American soldiers find an alien UFO.
    Plot: In Italy during WW II, a patrol of American soldiers discover a space ship that has crash-landed in the woods, and they come across its alien crew. A nearby Nazi unit also finds out about the alien craft, and sends a patrol to capture it and the Americans.

    Movie Quotes: Murray Chadwick: All right, one period left. One period away from winning it all or losing to these miserable hackers with their shit-eating grins and their Saturday night wrestling tactics. One period away from remembering something for the rest of your life or something you wanna forget.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Buy War Bonds. Available in the lobby.

    Goofs: We know about 3 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: In the fight scene, at end of movie between Racki and Youngblood. Youngblood pulls Racki's jersey over his head onto his arms, then punches Racki to the ice. When Racki is on the ice he isn't wearing his jersey anymore, then when he gets back up, Racki takes his jersey completely off.

    Trivia: There are 7 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Keanu Reeves had hockey experience upon being cast, having been MVP and nicknamed “The Wall” for his goal-tending capabilities at De La Salle's college team in Toronto. Patrick Swayze had been trained as a figure skater but never played hockey, and 'Rob Lowe (I)' had to be taught to ice skate before filming began.
    • Peter Zezel and Steve Thomas at the time of filming were in fact actual professional NHL players. In the film, they play for the Hamilton Mustangs and in real life they both played for the Philadelphia Flyers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
    • In the scene where Ed Lauter is talking to his assistant coach while the players warm up, he mutters “Three Blind Mice” as the referee and linesmen appear on the ice. That term was actually used by players and coaches to describe how badly referees officiate games.


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