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Hall portrays Daryl Cage, an Iowa farm boy whose parents send him to live in Los Angeles with his brother. At the airport, Daryl's suitcase full of checkered flannel shirts is switched with one containing a drug kingpin's heroin. The gangster boss has Cage's brother and his live-in girlfriend murdered, but the police suspect Daryl of the crime. Cage becomes the prime suspect of his brother's murder and must clear his own name. He must also rid himself of the heroin by tracking down the kingpin.
Anthony Michael Hall as Daryl Cage
Jenny Wright as Dizz / Darlene
Jeff Kober as Roy Gaddis
Glynn Turman as Lieutenant Delgado
Raymond J. Barry as Hurley
Pepe Serna as Murano
Michele Little as Crystal
Jerry Levine as Marshall
Ji-Tu Cumbuka as Lemar
Kevin McCorkle as Tommy Cage
Linda Shayne as Chris Cage
Maggie Gwinn as Mrs. Cage
Ted Gehring as Mr. Cage
Meat Loaf as Gil (as Meatloaf)
Allan Graf as Biker
Dan Lewk as Cop on Melrose
John Vickery as Detective #1
Tony Acierto as Detective #2
David Chung as Detective #3
Tony Kayden as Snide Patron #1
John Tarnoff as Snide Patron #2
Jennifer Balgobin as Marth
Hall had recently achieved fame in starring roles as a "geek" character in a number of 1980s teen movies, such as Sixteen Candles, and was eager to avoid being typecast. He opted to star in the action-filled Out of Bounds as a way to contrast his previous work.
The film's soundtrack featured songs by Stewart Copeland & Adam Ant, Robert Berry, Night Ranger, Belinda Carlisle, The Smiths, The Cult, The Lords of the New Church, Sammy Hagar, and Siouxsie and the Banshees. The Night Ranger song "Wild & Innocent Youth" has never appeared on any of the band's albums to date.
According to the DVD accompanying the box set for 100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong, the Bon Jovi song "Out of Bounds" was written as the title song from the movie, but it did not make it. Y&T's "Wild If I Wanna" appears in a short sequence in the film, but did not make the soundtrack. It eventually appeared on the band's 2003 release Unearthed, Vol. 1 and made the group's setlists around that time due to popular demand.
In the 1999 reissue of the Girls, Girls, Girls album, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx claimed that the instrumental track "Nona" was originally commissioned for this film.
Band member Doug Tull has a brief cameo during the chase scene on the stage.