Gregory Harrison (born May 31, 1950 in Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California) is an American actor. He is probably best known for his role as Dr. George Alonzo 'Gonzo' Gates, the young surgeon of Pernell Roberts's character on the CBS series Trapper John, M.D.. He was also the title character on the 1977-78 sci-fi series Logan's Run.
Harrison's later role as stripper John Phillips in the 1981 TV movie For Ladies Only made him a favorite with women and gay men in the 1980s. He spoofed that role in the 1986 miniseries Fresno where his character appeared shirtless at every opportunity. Harrison was a regular in the final season (1989-90) of Falcon Crest. In 1996, he starred opposite Eric Roberts in It's My Party, a film based on the true events of a man diagnosed with AIDS who planned a two-day party to say goodbye to his friends and family and then took his own life with pills. Harrison played Roberts' lover. In 1996, it was still uncommon for well-known male actors to play gay...
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Air Bud: Golden Receiver is the first of many sequels to the 1997 film Air Bud.
Teenager Josh Framm becomes angry when his mother, Jackie, begins dating Patrick Sullivan, the town's new veterinarian. It all starts when Sullivan innocently tosses Josh's basketball-savvy dog, Buddy, a football one day, and he discovers that Buddy also has an uncanny ability to play the sport of football. Soon enough, Buddy begins playing on Josh's Junior High football team. Meanwhile, two Russian dogkidnappers kidnap Buddy in hopes of having him perform in the Russian circus. It is up to Patrick Sullivan to help Josh get his dog back; and in doing so, they bond and Josh becomes comfortable with Sullivan's intimate relationship with his mother.
The film was a modest hit, and although it did not earn quite as much money as the original; it still made a borderline impressive $10 million.
-Six dogs were used to play Buddy in the making of this film. -The family at the NFL game at the end shows the...,
North Shore is a 1987 film about Rick Kane (Matt Adler), a young surfer from a wave tank in Arizona, who heads to surf the season on the North Shore of Oʻahu and see if he has what it takes to cut it as a pro surfer. As he prevails on his journey, he finds out the qualities he poseses are not going to pull him through alone.
Kane quickly finds out he has neither the skills nor the attitude to make it. After the Hui, led by Vince (surfing legend Gerry Lopez), takes his stuff, he fortuitously runs into Turtle (John Philbin). Turtle introduces him to Chandler (Gregory Harrison), a shaper and soul surfer, who teaches Rick to surf and indoctrinates him in the nuances of the North Shore scene.
North Shore features professional surfers Gerry Lopez, Laird Hamilton, Mark Occhilupo, Robbie Page (who plays Alex Rogers), and several others.
The movie plot is the narrative for the song "Hui" by the Christian swing/ska band The W's on their CD titled Fourth From the Last.
Razorback is an Australian film released in 1984, involving a giant boar terrorizing the Australian outback, killing and devouring people. The film was directed by Russel Mulcahy, who would later make the first two Highlander films. The movie is based on Peter Brennan´s novel.
It's waiting outside and it can sense your fear. No nightmare will prepare you for it!
A new breed of terror
"It has two states of being...dangerous or dead"
Nine hundred pounds of marauding tusk and muscle!
Razorback (film) at the Internet Movie Database...,
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