Underground Aces

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Underground Aces
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Directed by Robert Butler
Produced by Jay Weston
Written by James Carabatsos
Starring Dirk Benedict
Music by Pete Rugolo
Cinematography Thomas Del Ruth
Edited by Argyle Nelson Jr.
Distributed by Filmways Pictures
Release date
January 1981
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Underground Aces is a 1981 film directed by Robert Butler. It stars Dirk Benedict and Melanie Griffith.[1]




  • Joshua Daniel as Wally
  • Ralph Seymour as Zig
  • Michael Winslow as Nate
  • Robert Hegyes as Tico
  • Fawne Harriman as Mitzi
  • Audrey Landers as Annie Wenders
  • Mimi Maynard as Madeline
  • Jerry Orbach as Herbert Penlittle
  • Frank Gorshin as Fred Kruger
  • Sid Haig as Faoud
  • William Mims
  • Phil Adams as Chef
  • Marlena Amey as Vamp
  • Jerry Anderson as Mr. Naughton
  • Selma Archerd as Sales Lady
  • James Bacon as Businessman #2
  • Kathleen Bracken as Lily
  • Barbara Burroughs as Club Lady
  • Twink Caplan as Marsha
  • Jade Clark as Girl with Ripped Dress
  • Steve Daron as Night Ace
  • Bob Drew as Murphy
  • Lynda Farrell as Cowgirl
  • Andrea Frierson as Lena
  • Gina Gallego as Juanita
  • Sonny Gibson as Pro Bowler #2
  • Bob Harders as Russell
  • Sosimo Hernandez as Uncle Fausto
  • Ernie Hudson as African General
  • Nancy Jeris as Mrs. Wenders
  • Nicky Katt as Son
  • Kellie Khristiansen as Hooker
  • Jack Krupnick as Pro Bowler #1
  • Elli Maclure as Waitress (Credited as Ellie Maclure)
  • Jock McNeil as Businessman #1
  • Biff Manard as Pimp
  • Marsha Meyers as Mother
  • Sarah Miller as Club Lady
  • Jed Mills as Father
  • Jonathan Moore as Cook
  • Yvonne Regalado as Rita
  • Bill Smillie as Fire Chief
  • Rebecca Stanley as Sally


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