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"Bail-out" a.k.a. "Bail Out" is a 1989 action film written and directed by Max Kleven.
- also known as W.B., Blue and the Bean; Wings of Freedom; David Hasselhoff - Wings of Freedom
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Sanford Hampton, David Hasselhoff, Max Kleven
- executive producers: Frank Giustra & Peter E. Strauss
- art direction by Gene Abel
- written by Max Kleven
- John Vernon as Mr. Ridgeway
- Linda Blair as Annette 'Nettie' Ridgeway
- David Hasselhoff as Roger 'White Bread' Donaldson
- Tony Brubaker as Mason 'Blue' Walcott
- Thomas Rosales, Jr. as Casper 'Bean' Garcia
- Gregory Scott Cummins as Zalazar
- Wayne Montanio as Felix
- Jack Jozefson as Charlie
- Sheree Bodoff as Lady Jogger
- Valerie Swift as Cors
- Joe Tornatore as Trainer
- cinematography by Anthony Gaudioz
- edited by Lucin Godard
- music by Chuck Cirino
- set decoration by Ann Job
- genres: Action Comedy, Action Film
- released on (26 years ago)
"Bail-out" is a book by Mel TenHaken.
- also known as "Bail-out: POW 1944-1945"
"Bail-out" a.k.a. "Bail Out" is a cataloged instance, composition.
- music by Jerry Goldsmith
Bail-out a.k.a. Bailout: A bailout is a colloquial term for giving financial support to a company or country which faces serious financial difficulty or bankruptcy. It may also be used to allow a failing entity to fail gracefully without spreading contagion. A bailout can, but does not necessarily, avoid an insolvency process. In the United States, Chapter 11, Title 11, United States Code governs insolvencies, which fall under Chapter 11, for businesses, Chapter 13, for humans, and Chapter 9, for municipalities.
- also known as Bail out
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by Matthew W. Robinson
The diver's bail-out should be attached to this port and there should be a quick disconnect positioned in the middle of the hose between the bailout and the switch block. This quick disconnect assists with rapid removal and replacement of the ...
by Duncan Watts
A bail-out refers to a situation in which government develops a rescue package through which it offers money to a failing business or businesses, in order to prevent the consequences that would arise from its failure. The Bush administration's ...
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As a Republican, I voted with President Clinton consistently in our efforts to bail out our European friends in Kosovo to stop genocide. I am proud of those votes. I am proud of President Clinton for that. (Gordon Smith)
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