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Protect and Surf (1989)

A group of young police officers make up for the harsh realities of working on mean streets by sharing a dream house at the beach in California.

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John Stuart
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Mike Deegan
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Dwight Jesmer
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Bob Bailey
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Dan Mikolay
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Jesse Gomez
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Jodi Lampert
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Mary Jo Ballerini
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Richard Markus
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A group of young police officers make up for the harsh realities of working on mean streets by sharing a dream house at the beach in California.

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6 August 1989 (USA)  »

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