Toy Soldiers (1984 film)

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Toy Soldiers
Toy Soldiers FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by David Andrew Fisher
Produced by Walter Fox
Written by David Andrew Fisher
Starring Jason Miller
Cleavon Little
Terri Garber
Tim Robbins
Music by Leland Bond
Cinematography Francisco Bojorquez
Edited by Geoffrey Rowland
Distributed by Metropolitan Filmexport
New World Pictures
Release dates October 1984
Running time 85 minutes
Country  United States
 Mexico
Language English
Spanish

Toy Soldiers is a 1984 action film shot in Mexico that stars Jason Miller, Cleavon Little, Tim Robbins and Terri Garber. It was written and directed by David Andrew Fisher, who wrote and directed Liar's Moon (1982) and produced Bat*21 (1988).

This is the story of a group of Caltech students yachting off the coast of Central America who are held hostage by terrorists. Miller plays a retired U.S. Marine who trains the hostages' friends to become an impromptu special ops force—hence the title. The film climaxes in the bloody attempted rescue of the student hostages from the terrorist compound.

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