Young computer expert Kevin Flynn is trying to put together conclusive evidence that his profitable work for the huge communications conglomerate ENCOM was appropriated by one of its chief executives, Dillinger, who then had him fired. When Flynn attempts to gain access to the computer, all communications are disrupted, causing several employees of ENCOM to lose touch with their programmes. Among them is Alan Bradley, who has been developing a secret programme code named TRON.

Articles on TRON
Andrew Osmond, Electric Dreams, in: Empire, nr. 239 (May), 2009 pp. 102-107
Sabine Horst, Tron, in: epd Film, nr. 11, 2013 pp. 28
Reviews
Charlene Krista, Tron, in: Films in Review, vol. 33, 1982 pp. 431
Ali Plumb, Tron, in: Empire, nr. 263 (May), 2011 pp. 139 (DVD review)
Author:Charlene Krista
Title:Tron
in:
Magazine:Films in Review
Volume:33
Year:
Pp:431
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   TRON (1982)
Author:Andrew Osmond
Title:Electric Dreams
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:239
Year:2009
Pp:102-107
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: TRON (1982)
Author:Ali Plumb
Title:Tron
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:263
Year:2011
Pp:139
Illustrations:  yes
DVD review of:   TRON (1982)
Author:Sabine Horst
Title:Tron
in:
Magazine:epd Film
Nr.:11
Year:2013
Pp:28
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: TRON (1982)

TRON
United States 1982

Directed by
Steven Lisberger

Cast
Bruce Boxleitner
Cindy Morgan
Barnard Hughes

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Year:1982
Running time:96 minutes
Country:United States
Language:English

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