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Thursday, July 14, 2016

The Toughest Man In The World (1984)


By night Bruise Brubaker (Mr. T, TV's The A-Team) is a bouncer. But by day, he is dedicated to a group of underprivileged kids at an inner-city youth center. When funding to the center is threatened, Bruise must find a way to help the kids and raise the money necessary to keep them off the streets. After bureaucratic measures don't work, Bruise signs up for ""The Toughest Man in the World"" in an effort to keep his dream alive—even though the top competitor is likely to leave Brubaker with more than just a bruise. 


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