Latin Dragon

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Latin Dragon
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Directed by Scott Thomas
Produced by Fabian Carrillo
Mike Erwin
J. Max Kirishima
Written by James Becket
Fabian Carrillo
Scott Thomas
Starring Fabian Carrillo
Gary Busey
Lorenzo Lamas
Robert LaSardo
Joyce Giraud
Music by H. Scott Salinas
Cinematography Mark Eberle
Edited by Wilton Cruz
Distributed by Screen Media Ventures
Release date
  • May 18, 2004 (2004-05-18)
Country United States
Language English

Latin Dragon is a 2004 action-adventure film starring Fabian Carrillo, Gary Busey and Lorenzo Lamas. It was directed by Scott Thomas and written by James Becket, Fabian Carrillo and Scott Thomas.

Plot[edit]

In the grand tradition of the lone hero who mysteriously appears in a town desperate for help (think "Shane, "Billy Jack", "James Bond" and "Chinese Connection"), having survived a war and now serving the government as an undercover agent, Danny Silva takes on his biggest foe yet: the street gangs that have taken over his neighborhood. Unwilling to play by the rules set down by the criminals, Silva forgoes the use of guns and decides to battle the thugs with the strength of his fists, spirit and willpower, turning himself into a real-life, modern-day superhero. Packed with pulse pounding, adrenaline-filled action; "Latin Dragon" gives us our first mainstream Latino martial arts action hero.

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