First Target

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First Target
First Target (2000) Film Poster.jpg
Film Poster
Genre Action
Written by Carey Hayes
Chad Hayes
Directed by Armand Mastroianni
Starring Daryl Hannah
Doug Savant
Gregory Harrison
Music by Louis Febre
Country of origin Canada
United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Tom Patricia
Jason Hervey (co-executive producer)
Producer(s) Preston Fischer
Carey Hayes (supervising producer)
Chad Hayes (supervising producer)
Alda Neves (associate producer)
Location(s) Vancouver
Cinematography Thomas Burstyn
Editor(s) Peter V. White
Running time 93 minutes
Production company(s) Columbia TriStar International Television
Lions Gate Television
Mandalay Sports Entertainment
Mandalay Television
Province of British Columbia Production Services Tax Credit
Distributor TBS Superstation
Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)
Original network TBS Superstation
Original release October 15, 2000
Preceded by First Daughter (1999)
Followed by First Shot (2002)

First Target is a 2000 American-Canadian made-for-television action-thriller film and a sequel to First Daughter (1999) with Daryl Hannah taking over the role of Agent Alex McGregor. The film co-stars Doug Savant and Gregory Harrison, reprising their roles of Grant Coleman and President Jonathan Hayes.


The Secret Service attempt to prevent an elaborately plotted assassination attempt on the President.

Secret Service Agent Alex McGregor (Daryl Hannah) is charged with protecting President Jonathan Hayes (Gregory Harrison) who is facing problems with a powerful group represented by his Vice-President of the United States, and entrepreneur Senator Jack "J.P." Hunter who helped him win the election. Alex's fiancee Grant Coleman (Doug Savant) is now close friends with the President after helping save Jess' life after the kidnapping, and intends to marry Alex.

The conspirators intend to assassinate the President while in Seattle to inaugurate the cable wire transportation Skytran and they hire professional killer/seductress Nina Stahl and her hacker brother Evan.

With part of the Secret Service compromised and serving the purposes of the Vice-President, Alex faces difficulties protecting the President.



First Target currently holds a 47% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.[1]


  1. ^ "FIRST TARGET (2000)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 12 May 2017. 

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