Tiger Heart

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Tiger Heart
Directed by Georges Chamchoum
Produced byJoseph Merhi (producer)
Marta Merrifield (co-producer)
Richard Pepin (producer)
Bob Roberts (associate producer)
Ted Jan Roberts (associate producer)
Written by William Applegate Jr. (screenplay)
Starring Ted Jan Roberts
Music by John Gonzalez
Cinematography Maurice K. McGuire
Edited by Kevin Mock
Ron Shaw
Release date
November 12, 1996
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States

Tiger Heart is a 1996 American action film directed by Georges Chamchoum and starring Ted Jan Roberts. [1]



A martial arts expert takes on a gang of criminals.



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