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Locked Up Abroad Season Six DVD-R

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Overview

Season 6 of Locked Up Abroad kicks off with an episode featuring Erik Aude, a Hollywood actor who was locked up in Pakistan for opium smuggling. Other stories include Stephen Comiskey, arrested in Saudi Arabia for being gay; truck driver Thomas Hamill who was kidnapped by insurgents in Iraq; and Lucy Wright, a British student nurse who went on the run after being busted in Argentina.


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Details

  • 2 discs; 450 minutes
  • TV-14
  • Widescreen
  • © 2012

Title List

  • From Hollywood to Hell
  • The Juggler Smuggler
  • Escape from Argentina
  • Highway to Hell
  • Black Palace of Horrors
  • Cocaine Mule Mom
  • Dangerous Liaisons
  • Son of Saddam

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