Bail Out

(1989)

Overview

Three L.A. bounty hunters, known only by their code names -- White Bread, Blue and Bean -- are hired by their bail bondsman boss to look after a wealthy heiress, Nettie Ridgeway, who witnessed the murder of an ex-boyfriend connected to a powerful Colombian drug cartel. When Nettie is abducted and taken to the cartel's hideout in Mexico, the trio travel south of the border to try to rescue her in time for her to testify against her ex-boyfriend's killers.

  1. Max Kleven

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. David Hasselhoff

    David Hasselhoff

    Roger 'White Bread' Donaldson

  2. Linda Blair

    Linda Blair

    Annette 'Nettie' Ridgeway

  3. Tony Brubaker

    Tony Brubaker

    Mason 'Blue' Walcott

  4. Thomas Rosales, Jr.

    Thomas Rosales, Jr.

    Casper 'Bean' Garcia

  5. John Vernon

    John Vernon

    Mr. Ridgeway

Full Cast & Crew

Bail Out
Bail Out

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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 28, 1990
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

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