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|Directed by||Amin Q. Chaudhri|
|Produced by||Amin Q. Chaudhri|
|Written by||Roy London|
|Starring|| Patrick Swayze |
|Music by||Ernest Troost|
|Edited by||Brian Smedley-Aston|
Continental Film Group Ltd.
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures|
|September 23, 1988|
Tiger Warsaw is a 1988 American drama film directed by Amin Q. Chaudhri, written by Roy London, starring Patrick Swayze. It was produced by Continental Film Group.
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Chuck "Tiger" Warsaw (Swayze) brought sorrow to his family fifteen years earlier when he shot his father Michael (Lee Richardson) and made him a semi-invalid. After fifteen years of self-destruction, Tiger returns home to the steel production community of Sharon to seek forgiveness.
The outside of the "Buhl Mansion" in the film was actually the Buhl Casino founded in the early 1910s by Frank H. Buhl on his 300-acre farm that he turned into a park and donated it to the people of the Shenango Valley for families to come and enjoy.
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