Cocaine Wars

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Cocaine Wars
Cocainewarsposter.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Héctor Olivera
Produced by Roger Corman
Alejandro Sessa
Fernando Ayala (associate producer)
Luis Osvaldo Repetto (associate producer - uncredited)
Screenplay by Steven M. Krauzer
Story by Héctor Olivera
David Viñas
Starring John Schneider
Royal Dano
Federico Luppi
Rodolfo Ranni
Patti Davis
Music by George Brock
Jorge López Ruiz
Cinematography Victor Hugo Caula
Victor Kaulen
Edited by Eduardo López
Edward Lowe
Production
company
Distributed by Concorde Pictures
Aries Cinematográfica Argentina
Release dates
1 August 1985 (Argentina)
Running time
82 minutes
Country Argentina
United States
Language English
Spanish

Cocaine Wars is a 1985 Argentine-American action drama film directed by Héctor Olivera and starring John Schneider, Federico Luppi, Rodolfo Ranni and Royal Dano. It was written by Olivera, Steven M. Krauzer and David Viñas. The associate producer of the film was Fernando Ayala. It premiered in Argentina on August 1, 1985.

Cocaine Wars is one of the nine films that Roger Corman produced in Argentina during the 1980s.[1]

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Miami DEA undercover agent Cliff Adams goes to South America to work for Gonzalo Reyes, a drug dealer who has become the biggest cocaine exporter of the region. The assignment becomes personal after the kingpin behind the drug ring murders Cliff's partner. Adams' own life is eventually jeopardized after he refuses to perform a hit for the drug lord. Cliff decides to strike back before it's too late.

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