Ardustry Home Entertainment (1997)
Science Fiction
In Collection
96 mins
IMDB 2.4

Lee Arenberg Noel
Sandra Bernhard J.T. Wayne
Cameron Dye Lennon
Laura San Giacomo Goad
Matt McCoy Suarez
Norm Skaggs
Frank Zagarino Vendler
Michelle Anne Johnson Misha
Merle Kennedy Mailai
Teddy Lane Jr. Rugby
Spencer Garrett Charlie

Director Hubert De La Bouillerie
Hubert C. de la Bouillerie
Producer John Eyres
Barnet Bain
Writer J Reifel
J. Reifel

The Space Freighter Agamemnon with 15 crew members, 14 in stasis, carrying 20 tons of Solarium, a highly valuable mineral with unstable properties and reacts violently within magnetic fields, which has been missing for 25 years appears drifting in space and heading towards Earth. Upon learning about the freighter Lennon (Cameron Dye) develops a salvage plan, but, first he needs a ship and a pilot. Thus he gets Captain J. T Wayne (Sandra Bernhard) out of prison. Wayne signs on for the salvage operation, however, her old crew is gone and she is forced to recruit Vendler (Frank Zagarino) and unscrupulous mercenary and former lover. Once of the freighter Wayne and Lennon discover they have two enemies to fight, as Suarez (Matt McCoy uncovers Vendler’s plan to kill everyone and Goad (Laura Giacomo) the crazy computer genius who was left out of stasis. The fighting ensues with Goad thwarting every attempt to gain control of the ship as it starts on its collision course with Earth. Goad has set all the ships command control passwords based on Shakespeare’s Stratford-on Avon and its no a race to save Earth.

Edition Details
Audience Rating R (Restricted)
Country USA
Language English
Distributor Simitar Ent.
Barcode 082551745425
Region Region 1
Chapters 8
Release Date 8/4/1998
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

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Purchase Price $14.95
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