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Missing in Action 2: The Beginning

Rating:R
Genre:Action/Adventure
Release Date:March 2, 1985
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Chuck Norris, Soon-Tek Oh, Steven Williams, Bennett Ohta, Cosie Costa
Director:Lance Hool
Writer:Steve Bing, Larry Levinson

Description: While the first Missing in Action film told of a rescue mission by ex-POW Colonel James Braddock (Chuck Norris), the second concerns his original stay in a Vietnamese prisoner camp. The camp is governed by the crazed Colonel Yin (Soon-Teck Oh), who forces the POW's to grow opium for French drug runners and tries to get them to admit to and sign a long list of war crimes. Braddock must escape the camp and liberate his fellow prisoners to have any hope of surviving. The third installment in the series, Braddock: Missing in Action 3, was released three years later.~ John Bush, All Movie Guide

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