Riding the Edge

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Riding the Edge
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Directed byJames Fargo
Produced byWolf Schmidt
Ronald A. Suppa
Written byRonald A. Suppa
StarringRaphael Sbarge
Catherine Mary Stewart
Music byMichael Gibbs
CinematographyBernard Salzmann
Distributed byTrans World Entertainment
Release date
April 1989
Running time
100 minutes
CountryUnited States

Riding the Edge is a 1989 film directed by James Fargo and starring Raphael Sbarge and Catherine Mary Stewart.[1]


When his scientist father is kidnapped by Middle-Eastern terrorists, Matt Harman (Raphael Sbarge), a championship motocross contestant, is designated by his dad's captors as the ideal courier. Western governments agree that the boy can serve as a go-between, and he is all prepared to deliver a special computer chip to the terrorists. He is accompanied in his travels by lovely female secret agent Maggie Cole (Catherine Mary Stewart) and a local Middle Eastern boy who has the rare distinction of also being royalty. Together, they work to save Matt's father and defeat the terrorists.[2]



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