All-American Murder

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All-American Murder
All-American Murder (movie poster).jpg
Directed by Anson Williams
Produced by Bill Novodor
Written by Barry Sandler
Starring Christopher Walken
Josie Bissett
Charlie Schlatter
Music by Rod Slane
Edited by Jonas Thaler
Distributed by Trimark Pictures
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

All-American Murder is a 1991 thriller film starring Christopher Walken and Charlie Schlatter. It was released Direct-to-video on December 18, 1991 in UK.

Plot[edit]

Artie Logan (Schlatter) is the new guy on Campus. Suddenly, he meets Tally Fuller: the most popular and beautiful girl at Fairfield college and she finally agrees to go on a date with him. But that night she is brutally killed by a blowtorch-wielding maniac and Artie is wrongfully arrested. Despite protests from other Police officers, detective P.J. Decker (Walken) believes Artie's story and gives him 24 hours to track down the real killer. But, as Artie gets closer to the killer, each suspect is murdered and all the clues point to him.

The town in the film is Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

The campus in the film is Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater, OK.

The football scenes, the stadium and the shower scene were all filmed at Union High School's Tuttle Stadium in Tulsa, Oklahoma in May 1991.

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