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Ellen Burstyn, Eileen Brennan, Clu Gulager, Sharon Taggart, Randy Quaid, Joe Heathcock, Bill Thurman, Jessie Lee Fulton, Gary Brockette, Loyd Catlett, John Hillerman, Noble Willingham, Timothy Bottoms, Cybill Shepherd, Ben Johnson, Jeff Bridges, Cloris Leachman Gary Stevens, William Macy, Kingston Du Coeur, Eddie Jones, Ed Lauter, Michael O'Neill, Michael Angarano, Royce Applegate, Annie Corley, Valerie Mahaffey, William H.Tron is a 1982 American science fiction action-adventure film written and directed by Steven Lisberger, based on a story by Lisberger and Bonnie Mac Bird and produced by Walt Disney Productions.During his time at ENCOM he wrote several video games and was about to start his own enterprise when Ed Dillinger, a colleague, stole Flynn's ideas and passed them off as his own, earning himself a meteoric rise through ENCOM's ranks to Senior Executive VP, and the authority to fire Flynn to cover up his larceny.In the nearly three years since Flynn's dismissal, he has made attempts to obtain evidence of Dillinger's crime by hacking into the ENCOM mainframe, but despite his shrewdness Flynn keeps getting caught by ENCOM's Master Control Program ("MCP" for short), an AI software program which was originally a chess program created by Dr. But with Dillinger's modifications, the MCP has become sentient and power-hungry, unlawfully annexing personal, corporate, and even government and military programs, assimilating them to itself to increase its own capabilities; the MCP informs Dillinger of its plans to subjugate both the Pentagon and the Kremlin, and expresses interest in China with its request for Chinese language files, going so far as to blackmail Dillinger himself into compliance by threatening to publicly reveal records of his theft.Sark alights from his command ship and orders its de-resolution, but Flynn keeps it intact with his User power while Sark reaches the MCP's core on a shuttle carrying other captured programs slated to be subsumed by the MCP, making it complete.
Separated from Flynn and Ram, Tron reunites with his love, Yori (an input/output program created by Lora), and they furtively make their way to an input/output junction where Tron makes contact with his User "Alan-1", who writes information on Tron's code disc that will erase the MCP, but only if Tron can get the disc to the MCP's base.
Once inside, Flynn quickly learns that the system is under the totalitarian rule of the MCP and its second-in-command, Sark, who enslave and intimidate other programs to renounce their "belief" in the Users; those who refuse are imprisoned in the Game Grid and forced to play in lethal competition against other programs.
Flynn meets Tron and Ram as they are about to compete in a Light Cycle match; the three defeat their opponents and escape from the Grid and into the system, but Flynn and Ram are attacked by a pursuit force of game tanks that Flynn himself created; Flynn is only stunned, but Ram is mortally wounded.
Over time, Tron developed into a cult film and eventually spawned a franchise, which consists of multiple video games, comic books and an animated television series.
In 1982, computer software engineer extraordinaire and former ENCOM employee Kevin Flynn owns and operates a video arcade called Flynn's.
Flynn's ex-girlfriend Lora Baines and her current boyfriend, fellow ENCOM engineer Alan Bradley, visit Flynn at his arcade to warn him that Dillinger is aware of his hacking attempts and has tightened security at ENCOM.