|Written by|| Michael Bafaro|
|Directed by||Michael Mazo|
|Produced by||Lloyd A. Simandl|
|Starring||Thomas Ian Griffith|
|Music by||Peter Allen|
|Cinematography by||Danny Nowak|
|Editing by||Richard Benwick|
Derek A Whelan (uncredited)
|Distributed by||North American Pictures|
|Release Date||August 18, 1994|
|Run time||96 min.|
Crackerjack is a 1994 adventure film directed by Michael Mazo.
In this movie, troubled Chicago police officer Jack Wild (Thomas Ian Griffith), haunted by the murder of his wife and children, goes on vacation at the mountainside ski resort with his brother Mike Wild (Richard Sali) and his family. When a gang of terrorists, headed by nefarious former East German officer turned white supremacist jewel thief Ivan Getz (Christopher Plummer), seized control of the hotel resort to find $50 million worth of jewelry, Jack becomes the only person who escaped detection and has to confront his past to battle Getz and his men while Mike and hotel's activities director Katia 'K.C.' Koslovska (Nastassja Kinski) tries to prevent Getz from using them to get to Jack.
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Cast and charactersEdit
- Thomas Ian Griffith as Jack Wild
- Nastassja Kinski as Katia 'K.C.' Koslovska
- George Touliatos as Sonny LaRosso
- Lisa Bunting as Annie
- Richard Sali as Mike Wild
- Frank Cassini as Mario Bracco
- Frank C. Turner as Oliver Green
- Christopher Plummer as Ivan Getz
- Dorothy Fehr as Alex
- Vladimir Kulich as Stephan
- Alex Diakun as Kraft
- Sonny Surowiec as Jacques
- Scott McNeil as Rex
- Rob Wilton as Bishop
- Douglas Arthurs as Sparks
- Rick Pearce as Schmidt
- John 'Bear' Curtis as Hannibal
- Chris Turner as Miller
- Garvin Cross as Troy
- William S. Taylor as Morey
- Duncan Fraser as Colonel Hardy
- Suzy Joachim as Caroline Wild
- The film has been described as "Die Hard-meets-Cliffhanger."
- The film was followed by two unrelated sequels in name only: Hostage Train (1997, A.K.A. Crackerjack 2) and Crackerjack 3.