The Park is Mine (1986)

Director
Steven Hilliard Stern

Main cast
Tommy Lee Jones; Helen Shaver; Yaphet Kotto; Lawrence Dane

Genres
Action, Adventure, Drama

Description
A Vietnam vet (Tommy Lee Jones) takes forceful control of Central Park to remember those who served and died in the Vietnam War


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