Navy SEALS (1990) – Hawkins Gets His Car Back Scene (5/11) | Movieclips

 

 

Navy SEALS – Hawkins Gets His Car Back: Hawkins (Charlie Sheen) refuses to lose his car to a tow truck.
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FILM DESCRIPTION:
Navy special operations forces go to the Middle East to free a helicopter crew taken captive by terrorist Ben Shaheed (Nicholas Kadi). After learning that Shaheed has killed a hostage and acquired missiles on the black market, Lt. James Curran (Michael Biehn) and Lt. Dale Hawkins (Charlie Sheen) consult with a reporter who is an expert on Shaheed and his motives. As Shaheed embarks on his plan to violently derail regional treaty talks, the special operations forces make their move.

CREDITS:
TM & © MGM (1990)
Cast: Charlie Sheen
Director: Lewis Teague
Screewriter: Chuck Pfarrer, Gary Goldman

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This article has 4 Comments

  1. That scene is so inaccurate I don’t even know where to start? Why in the hell would a towed truck operator just put the brakes on instead of chaining it down?

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