Lunchtime Movie Review

D.C. Cab (1983)

Episode #203

Universal Pictures released D.C. Cab on December 16, 1983. Joel Schumacher directed the film starring Max Gail, Adam Baldwin, and Mr. T.

‘D.C. Cab’ Plot Summary

The D.C. Cab company is a down on its luck cab company in Washington D.C. New in town Albert comes to town to follow his dream of owning a cab company and sees his best opportunity to do so by joining his father’s war buddy’s company, D.C. Cab’s owner Harold Oswelt. Harold oversees a rag tag group of drivers who are more like Animal House than Taxi. However, when the cab drivers come up against a group of child kidnappers and a mysterious priceless violin, D.C. Cab’s may ultimately turn around for the good…if they survive.

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Universal Pictures released D.C. Cab on December 16, 1983. Joel Schumacher directed the film starring Max Gail, Adam Baldwin, and Mr. T.

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