Synopsis: Everyone’s favorite action hero Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell) is recruited to go behind enemy lines to execute the president’s daughter (A.J. Langer) for wearing hotpants and “do me” boots. Snake is also supposed to retrieve a CD player thing that’s a remote control for the universal “off” switch.
Al’s Role: Al plays one of the Shadow Warriors who hangs with she-man Hershe (Pam Grier). Every time it shows her he’s in the background doing henchman stuff, and he gets to do his fair share of fighting in this one as well. He goes medieval with his futuristic machine gun and gets to hang glide into the final battle scene.
Al Dialogue: Al doesn’t say anything, but he screams briefly when he dies.
Al Dies: Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. After wiping out half a dozen villians, he climbs into a getaway chopper which gets hit with a rocket shortly after takeoff. He’s the burning thug on the far left.
- Escape From L.A. (1996) (Internet Movie Database)
- Escape From L.A. (1996) (Amazon.com)
- Escape From L.A. (1996) trailer
- John Carpenter on the set of Escape From L.A.