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TekWar: TekLords
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Created by William Shatner
Directed by George Bloomfield
Produced by Jamie Paul Rock
Stephen Roloff
Written by Westbrook Claridge
Morgan Gendel
Alfonse Ruggiero
William Shatner
Music by Louis Natale
Editing by Dave Goard
Country  United States
Language English
Release date 1994
Original airing 1994
Running time 96 min.

TekWar: TekLords is a 1994 TV movie, based on a series of books by William Shatner. It is the second TV movie made from the series of books. It aired on 20 February 1994 and is preceded by TekWar (23 January 1994). It precedes TekWar: TekLab (27 February 1994) and TekWar: TekJustice (14 May 1994).


Drug lords take over the empire left by convicted Sonny Hokori.


Actor Role
Greg Evigan Jake Cardigan
Eugene Clark Sid Gomez
Torri Higginson Beth Kittridge
William Shatner Walter H. Bascom
Sonja Smits Kate Cardigan
Ray Jewers Bennett Sands
Von Flores Sonny Hokori
Uni Parks Tora Hokori

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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