List of Fictitious Films - Action - Die Hard Scenario

Die Hard Scenario

  • Bone of Contention (Coming summer of 2013) - Bones
  • Death Bank - 30 Rock
  • Death Blow - Seinfeld
  • Die Hard 12: Die Hungry - The Ben Stiller Show
  • Final Chapter (2000) - The Simpsons
  • Final Chapter: A New Beginning (2002) - The Simpsons
  • Firepower - Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist
  • Firestorm - Seinfeld
  • Heli Copper - iCarly
  • Jurassic Picnic (1994) - Animaniacs
  • Labyrinth Guy (2007) - All Grown Up!
  • Lethal Weapon Babies (2005) - Looney Tunes: Back in Action
  • Matterhorn - Entourage
  • Out of Ammo II - Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
  • Ozone and Ozone II: The Reckoning - Jiminy Glick in Lalawood
  • Red Balloon (1988) - The Critic
  • Red Balloon II (1994) - The Critic
  • Save Hard (2009) - Railcard
  • Scorcher (I -VI) (1995) - Tropic Thunder
  • T-Rexatron Alienwolf III, A Prequel in Time: The Unrelenting (2006) - Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
  • Trio (unreleased) - An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn

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