A Breed Apart
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- "A Breed Apart" is a 1984 American drama film directed by Philippe Mora. It stars Kathleen Turner, Rutger Hauer and Powers Boothe.
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- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: John Daly & Derek Gibson
- production design by William Barclay
- art direction by Jeff Ginn
- written by Paul Wheeler
- Rutger Hauer as Jim Malden
- Powers Boothe as Mike Walker
- Kathleen Turner as Stella Clayton
- Donald Pleasence as J.P. Whittier
- Brion James as Peyton
- John Dennis Johnston as Miller
- Jayne Bentzen as Amy Rollings
- Andy Fenwick as Adam Clayton
- Dustin Lecate
- C.K. Bibby as Arthur
- Frank Szatkus as Sam
- Jon Syme as Peyton's Attorney
- William W. Brown as Trask
- Laurens Moore as Judge
- Willie J. Stratford Sr. as Butler
- Peggy Kay-Fury as Policewoman
- Mert Hatfield as Man #1
- Jim Kuykendall as Man #2
- casting by Debbie Brown
- cinematography by Geoffrey Stephenson
- edited by Chris Lebenzon
- music by Maurice Gibb
- costume design by John Boxer
- set decoration by Ed Sears
- genres: Thriller, Suspense, Action/Adventure, Action Film, Adventure Film, Drama
- released in (31 years ago)
- "A Breed Apart" a.k.a. "Perfect Assassins": When Dr Ben Carroway is involved in an assassination in which the killers commit suicide, he in turn finds that the killers have no criminal record. They are all registered missing children and he sets on a journey of discovery with one of the killer's sister and a mob hitman.
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"A Breed Apart" is a book by Max McCoy.
"A Breed Apart" is the soundtrack album for the film A Breed Apart, all of the songs performed by Maurice Gibb, the instrumentals was composed also by him, All of the instrumentals were recorded in 1984 but "Hold Her in Your Hand" and "On Time" were recorded in 1983. This soundtrack was the very last recording session at the famous Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles in 1984, Maurice attended even though he did not play on the soundtrack, Jimmie Haskell said years later that he was very impressed by Maurice's demos, especially his sensitive playing of the flute parts, Jimmie mixed the synthesizer flute into the finished recordings because he liked the sound. "Hold Her in Your Hand" was released as a single in 1984.
- genre: Country
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The Most Up-To-Date and Accessible Guide to Business Ever by Capstone
This was in contrast to the idea, prevalent among companies at the time, that the management and the workforce were a breed apart and should have little to do with each other. It was a practice perpetuated by corporate institutions such as the ...
by Dan L. Thrapp
All seem to us a breed apart, but they are of ours, too; self-reliant ...
From the mid-19th century to the present day by A. Iriye, P. Saunier
Rich people may therefore literally make themselves a breed apart. Technological forecasts have a chequered past, and it has proven impossible even to project population growth more than ten or twenty years hence. When longer-term ...
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