Created by Brian
KYLE WESTERN is a shady security expert who goes
to work for Lou, a charming but sadistic gangster, in Dangerous
Passion, a 1990 made-for-TV flick produced for the USA network.
But, as luck would have it, Western falls for the mobster's super-hot
wife (the "dangerous passion" of the title, I guess).
When the star-crossed lovers witness the murder of an attorney
by Lou, they hit the road with an army of hitmen hot on their
Perhaps the film's biggest point of interest is the pairing
of Carl Weathers and Billy Dee Williams, two of the biggest stars
in the straight-to-video action racket. According to Hal Erickson,
of the All Movie Guide, "The cool, state-of-the-art
cars driven by the protagonists are sometimes more fascinating
than the by-the-numbers plotline."
Hmmm...smells like cheese to me...
- DANGEROUS PASSION
(1990, USA Cable/Carolco Pictures )
Premiere: March 25, 1990
Screenplay by Brian Taggert
Cinematography by Steven
Original music by Rob Mounsey
Produced by Paul Pompian
Executive producers: John
Davis, Andrew Hill
Starring Carl Weathers as
and Billy Dee Williams as Lou
Also starring Lonette McKee,
Michael Beach, Charles Boswell, L. Scott Caldwell, Elpidia Carrillo,
Leon Delaney, Tony DiBenedetto, Nick Dimitri, Charles Douglass,
Nancy Fish, Jason Keene, Shannon Wilcox, Dan Ziskie
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