The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All

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Released 1999

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Director:
Robert Radler
Released:
1999
Rating:
R
The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All is the 1999 direct-to-video second sequel in the popular action franchise, directed by Robert Radler. Former soldier of fortune Karl Thomasson (Treat Williams) searches for the daughter of his good buddy - who was killed during the fighting in Kosovo - named Nicole (Rebecca Stabb) in order to give her a memento that her deceased dad left for her. Nicole is a professor at the local collage and is having a lot of trouble with some of her students who just happen to be the collage's top football players. Karl puts the hulking brutes away when they try to put the squeeze on Nichole for not passing them in her class. Karl, besides being in expert in martial arts, just happens to have a doctorate in history and easily gets himself a job at the collage replacing the badly injured Nicole. With the help of his friends Andy (Claudia Christian), Ed (Frank Gerrish) and Rahmel (James Black), Karl not only gets to the bottom of who worked over Nichole but the real reason behind it: a steroid ring that's operating on campus pumping up jocks to improve their performances on the football gridiron.moreless
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