Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Robert Burge|
|Produced by||Robert Burge|
|Written by||Michael B. Druxman|
Tracy Brooks Swope
|Music by||Kevin Barnes|
|Cinematography||Roland "Ozzie" Smith|
|Edited by||Terry Chambers|
Third Coast Production
|Distributed by||Cannon Film Distributors|
Keaton's Cop is a 1990 American crime film directed by Robert Burge and written by Michael B. Druxman. It was filmed in the island city of Galveston, Texas. The film stars Lee Majors, Abe Vigoda, Don Rickles, Tracy Brooks Swope, Art LaFleur and June Wilkinson. The film was released on March 9, 1990, by Cannon Film Distributors.
Ex-mobster Keaton, now living in a retirement home, narrowly misses being the target of a mob hit. Police officers Jake Barber (Don Rickles),who has known Keaton for a long time, and violent Mike Gable (Lee Majors), who takes an immediate disliking to the aging gangster, are called in to investigate a string of murders targeting senior citizens and to protect Keaton. When Barber gets caught in the crossfire of a pair of hit men, Gable and Keaton are forced to get along while they search for the killer.
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