Raw Deal 1986

Raw Deal

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When efforts to prosecute mob boss Luigi Patrovita (Sam Wanamaker) are repeatedly derailed thanks to a mole in the FBI, the only choice is to bring in an outsider -- specifically, Mark Kaminsky (Arnold Schwarzenegger), a disgraced agent who leaps at a chance for reinstatement. After FBI chief Shannon (Darren McGavin) gives him his orders, Kaminsky fakes his death and reemerges as an ex-con named Brenner. Undercover and accountable to no one, the former Fed tears up the mob from the inside.

Cast

Arnold Schwarzenegger
as Mark Kaminsky aka Joseph P. Brenner
Sam Wanamaker
as Luigi Patrovita
Paul Shenar
as Paulo Rocca
Ed Lauter
as Baker
Mordecai Lawner
as Marcellino
Steven Hill
as Lamanski
Blanche Baker
as Amy Kaminski
Robey
as Lamanski's Girl
Victor Argo
as Dangerous Man
John Hateley
as Trooper Double
Leon Rippy
as Man in Tux
Norman Max Maxwell
as Fake State Trooper
Tom Hull
as Metzger
Mary Canon
as Saleswoman
Gary Houston
as Patrovita Thug
Greg Noonan
as Patrovita Thug
Cedric Guthrie
as Agent with Shannon
Mary Cannon
as Saleswoman
Gary Olsen
as Lamanski's Driver
Brooks Patterson Gardner
as Elevator Operator
Patrick Miller
as Kinks Cashier
Jery Hewitt
as Stickman
Ralph Foody
as Captain
Howard Elfman
as Bomb Squad
Jeff Ramsay
as Bodyguard
Bill McIntosh
as Bodyguard
Ted Grossman
as Bodyguard
Kent Hays
as Drunken Player
Jeff Ramsey
as Bodyguard
Cliff Happy
as Tony's Bodyguard
Michael Adams
as Patrovita's Bodyguard
Dean Smith
as Patrovita's Double
Greg Walker
as Rudy Double
Socorro Santiago
as Nurse at Center
Richard McGough
as Baker's Partner
R. Pickett Bugg
as Lookout Gangster
John Clark
as Newscaster
Scott Blount
as Performer
Phil Adams
as FBI Agent
Chuck Hart
as FBI Agent
Larry Holt
as FBI Agent
Ken Sprunt
as FBI Agent
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Critic Reviews for Raw Deal

All Critics (13) | Top Critics (1) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (10)

Audience Reviews for Raw Deal

  • Apr 25, 2016
    Just your standard Arnie 80's action flick full of bad jokes, Poor acting and bloody action, Not a film he will be remembered for nor will he want to remember himself.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Jul 26, 2011
    Better then expected action revenge film
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Jun 14, 2010
    Has a good enough time making fun of itself until things get flatly absurd... That's when Arnold takes his sweet montage-time securing a cache of weapons in a suitcase with all the right velcro straps, and then kills everyone with unflappable machine gun skills, shooting one-handed from a convertible. (Every mob guy is slower on the draw than a Quaker.) At the end, Arnold plays Bogart to Kathryn Harrold's ex-moll elegance. At the start, Irwin films a great jeep-vs-cycle chase and primes us to be scared of Victor Argo -- but I can't even remember how he left the plot. Plot? Who cares? This movie is supposed to be about action, humor and romance... In case you're wondering, Arnold stays faithful to his Darren McGavin.
    Adam M Super Reviewer
  • May 16, 2010
    This really is a horribly made movie, it probably has some of the biggest technical issue of a major motion picture. That being said, it's just a lot of fun and classic Arnold. He has so many great moments and testosterone fueled actions, proving that he one of the greatest action stars to ever live. The storyline is overdone so much and made so honest, but you can't help liking it on at least a sarcastic level.
    Conner R Super Reviewer

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