Into the Sun (1992 film)
|Into the Sun|
|Directed by||Fritz Kiersch|
|Produced by||Kevin M. Kallberg
Oliver G. Hess
|Written by||John Brancato
Anthony Michael Hall
|Music by||Randy Miller|
|Edited by||Barry Zetlin|
|Distributed by||Trimark Pictures|
Into the Sun is a 1992 action comedy film starring Michael Paré and Anthony Michael Hall. Most of its aerial footage are taken from Iron Eagle movie stock (hence its Israeli Air Force camouflage, but USAF roundel).
Paul Watkins (Michael Paré) is an American pilot stationed in the Middle East, who is taken off his normal duties to show an actor about being a pilot in US Air Force. Tom Slade (Anthony Michael Hall) is an actor who wants to "get the feeling" before he plays the part in a movie about fighter pilots. But when Watkins takes Slade for a ride in an F-16 fighter, they are shot down and find themselves in a real combat situation.
- Anthony Michael Hall – Tom Slade
- Michael Paré – Capt. Paul Watkins
- Deborah Moore – Maj. Goode (as Deborah Maria Moore)
- Terry Kiser – Mitchell Burton
- Brian Haley – Lt. DeCarlo
- Michael St. Gerard – Lt. Wolf
- Linden Ashby – Dragon
- Melissa Moore – Female Sergeant
- Maslin, Janet (January 31, 1992). "Into the Sun (1992) Review/Film; Spoofing Movie Stars And a War". The New York Times.
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