In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders
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|In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders|
|Directed by||Dick Lowry|
|Produced by||David R. Kappes|
|Written by||Tracy Keenan Wynn|
|Music by||Laurence Rosenthal|
|Editing by||Byron 'Buzz' Brandt
|Production company||Telecom Entertainment Inc.
World International Network
|Release date||November 27, 1988|
|Running time||92 min|
In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders is a 1988 made-for-television crime film starring David Soul.
This film is about a real event that occurred April 11, 1986. Two former army buddies, Mike Platt (played by David Soul) and Bill Matix (Michael Gross), commit a series of murders and bank robberies in Miami, Florida; a group of F.B.I. agents led by Benjamin Grogan (Ronny Cox), is designated to carry out the investigation. The story concludes with one of the bloodiest clashes in FBI history, the 1986 FBI Miami shootout.
- David Soul as Mike Lee Platt
- Ronny Cox as Agent Grogan
- Michael Gross as William Matix
- Bruce Greenwood as Agent Dove
- Doug Sheehan as Agent McNeill
- Ronald G. Joseph as Agent Mireles
- VideoHound's golden movie retriever 2001 by Jim Craddock
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