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His wife of 53 years, June, was by his side at home as were his children, Marli Nelson and Stephanie Garris. I don't know of any enemy that he had, or anybody that disliked him, or anybody in the sports world that didn't appreciate him. Daylon was responsible for giving a lot of young kids their start in radio. I used to go there every Friday night after eating a delicious cuban dinner around the corner at a place on Orange Avenue. FL - A Broward personal-injury lawyer is heading to prison for stealing his clients' money -- some of which he spent on drinking, drugs and gambling. Naples attorney Richard Treiser, who represents Pinnacle, said an examination of credit card accounts tied to the Hughens show substantial charges at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood.

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Sayer died in from throat cancer. Bill was a loving father who worked very hard making sure his family was provided for and we will all miss him terribly. A celebration of life for the family will be scheduled at a later date. More details as they become available. Our condolences to his family and friends. Nelson died December 7 of dementia at age He was born in El Paso, Texas on Feb. His wife of 53 years, June, was by his side at home as were his children, Marli Nelson and Stephanie Garris.

Jack and June have lived in Maitland for 34 years having moved here from Boston in On May 1, Jack founded Nelson Investment Planning Services and together with June they began to build the business which after thirty two years has helped thousands of Central Floridians successfully manage their retirement portfolios. Jack had over 40 years experience in the investment business. From through he was involved in the development and marketing of limited partnerships which were registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the oil and gas and real estate businesses From to he served as President of the Distributor Division and director of Colonial Management Associates, one of the nation's largest mutual fund companies.

Van Kampen Investments was a wholly owned subsidiary of Morgan Stanley. Jack was a two time cancer survivor and with thanks contributed to the remodeling of the Conference Room at the Winter Park Hospital Cancer Treatment Center. Over the years his contributions helped build the new museum located on Rollins College Campus. Prior to , Jack had a number of assignments in Washington D.

Jack, who was nicknamed "The Sweater Vest Guy" by the fans, loved going to the Orlando Magic Games and in fact purchased season tickets before the first arena was built. June his wife, his daughter Marli Nelson, his daughter Stephanie Garris and her husband Joel, his sister Janet Nelson knew he loved them. But he was exceptionally proud of his grandsons and loved them dearly: Nelson, Ethan, and Connor Garris. Jack and June traveled the world going back to many countries two or three times but their passion was going on safaris in South Africa.

They would take their entire family many times to help them learn eco preservation and to view the magnificent animals.

He will be missed greatly by those who loved him the most! As Frank Sinatra would sing - He did it his way! A Memorial Service will be held at 2: Luke's Episcopal Church located at N. Magnolia Avenue in Orlando. Thursday, November 19, at Jim Kirk was larger than life. His accomplishments and contributions to the city are long, but he is best known for buying what is now the Marion Theatre and giving the building to the city, and was among a small group of people who convinced Arthur Appleton to build in Ocala the museum that bears his name and houses his vast art collection.

Kirk and his wife were major fundraisers and boosters for FSU. Parishioners called an ambulance, but despite an hour-long effort to revive him at the church and as he was taken to the hospital, he died. A cause of death is not yet known. He was born in Morristown, Tennessee. It was no exaggeration when people say his father was a great positive force in people's lives, the younger Kirk said.

Richard Kirk said his parents wanted to have a positive influence on the city and not just have a successful business. For the first year, the station broadcast a combination of black gospel, country and ethnic music. The format eventually settled on country and rockabilly. Ten years later, Kirk bought the station and later started his FM station as well.

Guinn said when Kirk was mayor of Ocala during the tumultuous civil rights era he met weekly with local political and religious leaders. Eventually, the phrase was incorporated by Kirk and other city officials into the city seal, where it remains decades later. Kirk was a devoted member of the First Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years, said the church's pastor, the Rev. He was very warm, funny and generous man. Martin said Kirk wrote and recorded a radio jingle for him that he still uses to introduce a segment of his own daily show.

Ben Holland Griffin Born: He fought the battle for several years with an honorable and positive fight. He was surrounded by his most cherished possessions as he took his last breath, and that would be his family. Ben, known to many from his younger years as Holly, was a man who lived life to the fullest. Ben was an entrepreneur and pursued a vast variety of business opportunities in his lifetime. Ben was a humanitarian, a man who loved his family, and was always there in their times of need.

Ben believed in helping children become their best and making them believe in themselves. He had a firm, yet compassionate hand in mentoring children with athletic capability, along with a heart for children with disabilities. Ben is survived by his loving wife, Leslie, of 37 years and his two sons, Jesse and Casey, by his daughter Adrian married to Jesse , and his grandson on the way, Jackson Benjamin all of whom he loved dearly and cherished as his most prized possessions.

Ben is also survived by his siblings, nephews, nieces, cousins, extended family, and a multitude of friends.

In lieu of flowers, Ben's last wish was for donations to place a headstone on his beloved nephew, Jim Jocoy's gravesite. Account for donations set up under Leslie D. Insight Credit Union, E. Hwy 50, Clermont, FL He is survived by his wife, Dr.

Fran Lesser Friedman, and his daughter Lauren. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, August 13, at He was the second of five boys. After graduating from high school he was honored to be cast, in three different rolls in the first year production of the outdoor historical drama "Unto These Hills", in Cherokee, North Carolina.

Upon leaving UNC Hartwell followed his passion for news and current events into a new and uncharted area of Television. It was during that time he worked directly with Walter Cronkite, on an assignment eight years in the making, in producing the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space launches.

He often said the pinnacle of his career was covering the launch of Apollo 11, July 16, from Cape Canaveral with his close friend Walter. Eventually, he became involved in Public Relations in Orlando. Always active in the Orlando community, Hartwell was a member of numerous civic organizations.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Thursday, July 23, at 1: On line donations can be made at www. For over 25 years I have to the best of my ability kept my stations on the air, ready to make sure the listeners were able to be informed and safe in the event of emergencies, maintained the stations legal engineering parameters as is required by the Federal Communications Commission and repaired whatever was broken from the microphones to the transmitters.

I plan to stay. And that is where Jay finished his career. Jay was 55 years old. A determination of the cause of his death is pending. Even as a child, he loved working for himself. But Jarvis was dependable, had a good radio voice, and was easy to work with. Eventually he had his own four-hour gospel music show. Smith also played for nationally known gospel artists, including Marvin Sapp and John P. Kee, among many others. Wife, kids, business As a younger man, Smith held a series of jobs as a school bus driver, a sales marketing manager in the auto industry, and a call center operator before finally starting his own business.

In his personal life, he moved to Orlando and married the former Andrea Miller in , and they started a family. In , Smith founded Rhema Media, Inc. In , he formed a non-profit corporation, Rhema Broadcasting, Inc. That dream was realized on Dec. Jarvis had the experience and the work ethic necessary to make a hour, community-oriented gospel station a success.

Evelyn Bethune; uncles Hobson Bethune Muriel and Robert Bethune Terrie ; and a host of other in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A wake will be held Friday at 6 p. In his youth, he sang in local bands and played bass guitar. Then he went into stand-up comedy and radio hosting. And even when he was off-stage, he found ways to perform, whether it was singing Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl" at karaoke or cracking jokes with a restaurant waitress.

He was always on. It was always a joke," his daughter Tiffany Namey said. Namey worked in radio, television, advertising, music, and briefly in medical clinics. He worked hard, but kept his strong sense of humor. His family moved to Orlando when he was As a teenager, he began organizing rock concerts and managing local bands, eventually bringing acts to the Tangerine Bowl. Rules that apply to any other major event may or may not apply to rock concerts. The music industry in Orlando was dominated by top 40," said his brother, Charles Namey.

In the late s and early '90s, Namey worked on a number of television and radio stations geared toward tourists at local theme parks. Terrie Thomas, who was married to Namey for 23 years, said he encouraged his children to follow their passions, and was overjoyed when they became interested in something he loved, such as music or theater. Thomas and Namey divorced in He was a wonderful dad. He would do anything and everything for his children," Thomas said. When Tiffany Namey was a toddler who loved Peter Pan, her father hired an actor to dress up as the character and hop over their backyard fence on her birthday, Thomas said.

Namey's son, Ricky Namey, said his father made sure his childhood tree house was wired for electricity. And when Ricky Namey became interested in music, Namey got him a black Gibson Les Paul Custom guitar and later put him in touch with music-industry connections. Namey wrote two books about tourism in Central Florida: In addition to his son, daughter Tiffany, and brother Charles, Namey is survived by his mother, Salam Namey; brother John; daughter Tamara of Orlando; and one grandchild.

In , an advertiser had plenty of product to sell—avocado-green-colored can openers—but ran out of funds to purchase airtime. Paxson instructed talk-show host Bob Circosta to sell the can openers live over the air and both men were stunned at the audience response. All can openers were purchased within the hour on August 28, Sensing the sales potential of live, on-air product selling, Paxson and Roy Speer co-founded a local cable TV channel in that sold products directly to Florida viewers, and then launched nationwide in Paxson also was responsible for The Florida Radio Network.

The young couple moved to Leesburg, Florida, in The two brothers also acquired the local baseball team, The Leesburg Packers, which later became known as The Lakers. With a passion for business and for making things happen, Wendy and Jean founded Husebo Advertising, which later became Husebo Advertising and Public Relations, in He was known for having a way with words and was deeply respected for standing firmly behind those of his own.

Despite the demands of his rapidly growing business, Wendy always made time to serve his beloved community. Wendy was a proud Rotarian for more than 60 years, and he served two terms as president of the Leesburg Rotary Club, and In recognition of his enduring devotion, the Wendell F.

Husebo Rotary Scholarship was created in March His other favorite pastimes included tennis, running, and spending time with all of his family. Aycrigg was born in Pittsfield, Mass. He graduated from Rollins in , with a bachelor's degree in English and a theater arts minor. He left the world of radio in In his 30 years Ben would be reporter, News Director from to and Anchor the 6PM and 11PM newscasts for the next 15 years before retiring in Petersburg; and six grandchildren.

Baldwin Fairchild is handling arrangements. The burial will be private. A public service will be held next week. AP — Harold Gary Morse, the developer of one of the world's largest retirement communities and one of the biggest Republican donors in Florida, has died. Morse died Wednesday, according to The Villages Daily Sun, which received a statement from the family.

No cause of death was given. Morse took over a small mobile home park in central Florida from his father in , when it had just manufactured homes, a clubhouse and a few shuffleboard courts. Census Bureau says The Villages is now one of the nation's fastest-growing communities. In March, The Villages topped the list of fastest-growing metro areas.

It grew by 5. Morse's family released a statement to the community's newspaper on Thursday. While he was a friend and adviser to captains of industry, presidents and heads of state, he never lost focus on this community and making it the greatest retirement development in the world. On Thursday, the outpouring of condolences for Morse's death came from Florida Gov. Marco Rubio and the Republican party of Florida. Rubio called Morse "a friend," and said that he "looked at the pastures and prairies of Florida's interior and saw the American Dream.

Not just for him, but for the tens of thousands of seniors who have been able to enjoy their golden years and continue to live them to their fullest. He also is survived by 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. His first wife, Sharon, preceded him in death in According to The Sun, he will be laid to rest in a private ceremony. Tuesday, September 23, at Breidenbach entered Lakeland Regional Medical Center for a planned procedure that led to the discovery of a more serious condition, family friends said Tuesday.

News of Breidenbach's death drew shocked reactions from many, like Polk Sheriff Grady Judd, who hadn't known she was seriously ill. Judd said he worked closely with Breidenbach when she served as the sole public information officer for the Sheriff's Office and he was a captain and then a major. She had been released from the hospital and was able to attend her church Sunday, Wilkinson said.

Breidenbach, an Orlando native who studied communications at the University of Central Florida, had a long career with both secular and Christian radio stations. She began working at the UCF campus station and later worked at stations in Orlando, Ocala and Titusville before becoming news director at Lakeland's WCIE, then affiliated with the now-defunct Carpenter's Home Church, according to a biography on the website Radioyears.

She departed full-time radio in to join the Sheriff's Office. Breidenbach, who had been an adviser to conservative broadcaster Rev. Pat Robertson in his presidential bid, left the Sheriff's Office in to launch a campaign for the Florida House of Representatives as a Republican. After falling a mere five votes short against Democratic candidate Dean Saunders, Breidenbach earned praise for her calm demeanor through days of recounts.

She later ran unsuccessful campaigns for the Polk County Commission. She later hosted shows focused on politics and faith on stations in Bartow and Auburndale. She formed her own media group in , and three years later her talk show began airing on 20 stations across the country. The company represented nonprofit ministries and conservative political organizations.

Breidenbach had served since September as an assistant to Robertson, the chairman at Christian broadcasting network, a company spokesman said. Breidenbach provided support for other conservative candidates in Polk County, including Wilkinson and U.

She cares about people, and she's always a lady. She's been quite an influence on my life. Though clearly ailing, she deflected attention away from her condition, he said. I am certain that her dying words were, 'God, if you're ready to take me, I'm ready to go. In recent years, she wrote a children's picture book, "Why Grandma's a Conservative.

She had one speed, and that was wide open, as fast as she could go all the time. No funeral arrangements had been announced Tuesday. Chris was also known as "Chris Morgan" on the radio and all thru his radio career. He was born on November 15, in Rochester, NY. During Chris' childhood his family moved to Ft. In he moved to Georgia where he remained until his sudden passing. Chris loved music, especially oldies.

He worked at several Atlanta radio stations during his career. The first station was WPLO. He also worked at Lake , Country He was preceded in death by his daughter, Tracy Hoskins. Vince Smith will officiate a memorial service to be held at 2: NW, Atlanta, GA In lieu of flowers, gifts can be made to the Church in his memory for Operation Christmas Child. Cagle Funeral Home was honored to serve the Mordenga Family. He was born May 16, in Watertown, N. Hal served in the Air Force from to and returned to Watertown to begin his 60 year Broadcasting career, spinning records at station WWNY ultimately becoming station manager.

In Hal established Gore Broadcasting Inc. He also began a new career as a radio broker. In he formed Force Communications, Media Brokers. Hal and Jane have loved living in Sky Valley, Ga since and also had homes in Atlanta for a number of years. He was a member of the National Assn.

He is predeceased by his first wife, Doris Croyle Gore and son, Terry. Funeral services will be at Christ Church by the Sea, Hwy. A1A Vero Beach Fla. A memorial service will be held at the Chapel of Sky Valley in the fall, where his ashes will be interred in the columbarium alongside a niche for Jane.

Charitable donations in lieu of flowers may be made to: Terry would have turned 60 next January. The causes of his death — apparently health related - are still being determined. He then went on to a senior Support position to eventually rise to a Team Leader role. Terry was a night owl, always preferring the late evening shift. He had a knack for meteorology, often keeping an eye on the Doppler radar for our White Plains area.

I can still hear his kind advice on occasional summer nights where I had come to the office in the morning riding my motorcycle: Terry, we know you were an accomplished HAM radio guy. Good bye, my friend! Dollar and Patricia A. He will be missed dearly by his family and friends who loved him. Terry knew no strangers and was always quick with a joke or story to be sure to make you smile.

He was always willing to help those in need. The viewing will be from Burial will be at Florida Memorial Gardens in Rockledge. The family is very thankful for all the love and support. Mark David Hellinger , 57, passed into glory Sunday morning, February 2, , after a long illness and a courageous battle.

Hellinger Phelps; two brothers, James A. Mary Ann and Evan Hellinger; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and infinitely many friends. His beloved dog Lucy is at his side once more. Mark was a graduate of the Ontario High School class of ' He was highly respected by his classmates and faculty and more than likely the only student with a set of keys to every room in the school. He took that honor very seriously and never betrayed the trust. In March of he decided cold weather wasn't for him anymore and headed south.

His proudest career moment was receiving the SE Regional Emmy for News Production for a special newscast he produced and directed. In , he moved to the mountains and bought a radio station in Jasper, GA.

Within a short time he purchased several other stations and got them up and running. That was a dream come true for Mark. He returned home to Ohio recently where he could be near family. He often spoke of what he believed heaven would be like and he carried that vision until the final beat of his kind and generous heart.

Mark rubbed elbows with some of the big names in the business, but the most important elbows were those of his family. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 8, at 1: Family and friends are invited to call for two hours prior to the service from p.

Burial will follow at Ontario Cemetery. Your special touch made all the difference to the Hellinger family. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services.

John was an advertising rep. He is survived by his daughter, Erika L. Bross, son, Adam S. Bross, and his former wife, Robin L.

Additional services and inurnment will be held at a later in Tennessee. Condolences may be shared with the family through this online guestbook. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Lohman Funeral Home Ormond.

Ken, as I knew him, was a talented guy with a wild sense of humor and loving dad to two youngsters he was so proud of. Our condolences go to his family and friends. He was born in St. He was Christian by faith. He was a radio announcer for close to 50 yrs; and was with WWJB since the early 80's. While you may not always agree with him, you always knew exactly what he thought!

We will miss that so very much. He is survived by his loving wife of 26 yrs. His great grandchildren are Taegan, Zoey, and Madison. Tuesday, October 22, at 4: Starting in with the DeLand Sun News and continuing from with The Beacon until earlier this year when health issues led to his retirement, Gilmore captured the DeLand area sports scene through words and photographs.

Tuesday morning, at the age of 84, the retired sports editor died at home surrounded by his family, including his wife, Mary, and their children. It was Groundhog Day, and that holiday always held special meaning to him, often marked by an annual column note recalling when he made DeLand his home. That first year here also began a string of consecutive DeLand High football contests that Gilmore attended and wrote about.

The streak came to an end due to illness in He also is in two other halls of fame for West Volusia high schools. Gilmore's support for all things DeLand included Stetson University, where he developed lifelong relationships with athletes, coaches and administrators.

I don't know of any enemy that he had, or anybody that disliked him, or anybody in the sports world that didn't appreciate him. He was one of a kind. Cindy Smith Florence, S. Allen-Summerhill is in charge of arrangements. Dave was a fixture in Central Florida. Our condolences go out to all of his family and friends. Iron Dave's dad said they are having just private service for the family. There is a memorial service to honor Dave for his friends and colleagues being planned now and I will let all know once there is more information.

He was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania on March 8, Bob was in radio for 55 years. He started at 18 and ended as a part-time talk show host Mondays from 1: He was an announcer, his original career love, for about 30 years, both as a disc jockey in many different formats, and a newsman, as he worked his way upward in the business in seven different communities in Upstate New York.

It was heard over 13 counties days and at night was in 38 states. When Bob was hired by WHAM, he first did news at night and later became their morning newsman, doing four 15 minute newscasts. As a teenager, this was a station that he thought had 10 of the best radio announcers he has yet heard today and he wanted to be one of them. He made it at 28 years old. How did he get started in the broadcasting business? It was like Mickey Mantle moving to your hometown.

Bob Burns joined the local Kiwanis Club, which had a program where seniors in high school could go to the club weekly luncheon several times and sit next to someone in a business they were interested in. Bob was given a 5: He thought he knew everything there was to know about radio at But he soon came to realize that he had been given the 5: After a few months, he was given a regular daytime shift.

After he had been a radio announcer in New York State for about 20 years, things changed in when several local businessmen in his hometown who owned the radio station, bought WWJB in Brooksville. That station was struggling. They offered the general manager's job to Bob. He accepted it, put together a very good staff and really got into the new job. He worked hours a day, met with every local business and community group and vowed to help them be successful.

Many gave back to the station. Advertising was doubled in the first year, meeting a goal that gave him 18 per cent ownership in the station. Four years later, WWJB was sold to the present owners and Bob went back to New York State to manage and make successful two more radio stations over the next 17 years.

Bob met his wife, Shirley, in college in and they fell in love. Shirley was an elementary school teacher for close to 25 years. They both retired from their long careers when they were 62 in They had come back to Brooksville to see their kids three times a year since they first left in , so they knew it well and loved it. They wanted to get out of the New York snow, cold and gray skies all Winter and they moved back to Brooksville. But Bob didn't really retire fulltime.

Steve Manuel offered him a job in the station and, after several months, he accepted three days a week, a couple of hours each day. It's been going on for 10 years now. Bob loves people and has helped thousands of local residents through his many interesting guests who include people in private business, government, school, law enforcement, medical and community groups. Bob has liked real and model trains since he was a little kid and has belonged to the Citrus Model Railroad Club since On top of that, the members operate and help each other build layouts at their homes.

Bob had some health challenges that came up over the last year. He remained positive, exercised many times a week and kept active every day. His great wife and family were solidly behind him, along with his wonderful fitness instructor and massage therapist, and hundreds of wonderful friends. Alex Louis Grassi, Jr. After high school Alex enrolled in radio school and then spent his working years behind a microphone as a disc jockey known as "Alex Stone".

Alex had a great career which took him many places. During his time as a "DJ" he met a variety of people, including many celebrities.

Alex is also survived by many dear and special friends that he found along life's journey. Graveside inurnment will be Tuesday, August 13, at 1: No visitation is planned.

Online condolences can be made to www. Known for his incredible wit, poignant introspection, and a powerful voice, Gene possessed the ability to command a room, and earned the respect and love of fans nationwide. Gene was born in New Brunswick, N.

While there, Burns did two major international assignments, going to Vietnam in and the Middle East in He returned to Orlando and WKIS in the early s and was named the station's operations manager in Gene possessed a renowned political mind, and ran for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination in Later in life, he re-registered as a Democrat in To Gene, family always came first.

Those close to him knew that he was a star and that they had to share him. Gene was never happier, or more truly himself, than when he was sitting around the dinner table with family and friends reminiscing about family reunions, trips, and re-telling past and present tales. He received a standing ovation for his comments. Gene is predeceased his parents, Robert and Gladys Burns; and his brother Thomas.

Robinson Street, Orlando, Fla. She was a member of Osceola County Pioneer Family. Carol leaves behind 2 sons, Keith and Kenneth Fender, 5 grandchildren: Ashlie, Lindsey, Lanier, David and Kaylee and 5 great-grandchildren.

Carol was a 25 year member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority and loved her sorority sisters. Carol had a true artistic gift for creating special and unique craft items, including ceramics and jewelry. She loved all animals, especially her cats Missy and Freckles and the family dog, Gabby. She worked for many years as a bookkeeper for various companies, including WDBO radio station. Carol was a true Florida "cracker" in every sense of the word and proud of it!

She was active in the Osceola County Historical Society and loved anything to do with Florida history. Her memory will be cherished by her family and many friends. Interment will follow in Kenansville Cemetery. He will be buried in Nashville, Indiana where he had been living after leaving Florida many years ago.

Bob was born in Brown County on Jan. Director George Pan-Andreas, who speaks with such a thick Greek accent that he's hard to understand on several occasions, has surely made a lousy film, but it is so damned watchable and full of hilarious set pieces and quotable dialogue, you'll be glad you watched it. I could go on-and-on about all the visual and auditory nuggets this film has to offer, like when Zeus' wife says to him, "Is that all you care about, justice and uzo? Though basically a vanity project for Pan-Andreas he's the only actor listed in the crazy opening credits , there's plenty of other stuff to laugh at, from the badly-staged martial arts fights Zeus screams like a little girl every time he gets hit , to the unbelievable action sequences check out the motorcycle stunt which results in one of the main bad guys getting a nasty tire burn on his face!

The film is very bloody in spots, including a nasty throat slashing the effects are surprisingly well done and wait until you get to the surreal ending involving Zeus and the President.

I was laughing so hard I nearly pissed myself! This is cheese of the highest order and essential to every badfilm fan. The General is not too cooperative with the international press, though and with good reason , so when nosy reporter Helen Brigitte Porsh notices that American William Corbett Richard Randall has arrived in-country secretly at the General's request, she cozies-up to him and becomes his lover, looking for the "big" story.

William agrees to take her to visit the General at his country home after she and William are attacked leaving a casino, where Helen proves quite adept in the martial arts and we learn that the General has strange Macumba supernatural powers, like the ability to shoot electricity from his fingertips.

William and the General are business partners in an illegal drug cartel the General burned down all the drug farms not only to get the U. The General agrees to grant Helen an interview as a fav or to William, where he shows the extant of his powers by making a dwarf called Astaroth the late Nelson de la Rosa; THE RAT MAN - appear and disappear at will and applies some of his fingertip electrical skills on Helen's cranium I told you it gets stranger!

When William and Helen leave the General's home, their Jeep breaks down and they hop on a passing bus, only to have the bus attacked by some of the General's men. When a child on the bus is shot dead, Helen goes bonkers, grabs a machine gun and begins shooting back, killing several of the General's men.

William and Helen are then taken prisoner along with some Contra rebels and the General makes them all work in the mines as slaves at the dreaded "Gates of Paradise", a secret underground location where something unknown and evil is going on. This involves Contra women, including Myra, infiltrating the camp as prostitutes and, while the guards are getting their rocks off, David, William and the Contra fighters sneak in.

It doesn't go as planned. When Helen is taken prisoner and tortured by the General and Astaroth, William reveals that he is actually a U. Marine working undercover to bring down the General and leads the Contras on a raid of the General's compound to rescue Helen he fails miserably and stop the General's tyranny at least he's successful there.

This Italian-made mixture of war action and supernatural shenanigans may be strange, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it is good. Most of the war action footage here is cribbed from other Italian war films especially Umberto Lenzi's BRIDGE TO HELL [] and the supernatural elements are woefully underplayed, like they were an afterthought in Donald Russo's screenplay when the production ran short and they needed to put in something to increase the running time.

The appearance of diminutive Nelson de la Rosa as the general's magical sidekick is a treat but, he, too, is underutilized and and only appears in a couple of scenes. It's definitely not one of the Big Boot's shining moments. Never legitimately released on home video in the U.

Not Rated , but there's not much in the way of blood or gore. The film opens with the freedom fighters attacking a Dutch military base lots of explosion and people on both sides getting riddled with bullets , only to have the Dutch capture the leader of the freedom fighters, who bites his own tongue off when he is questioned and gets shot for not cooperating.

The Captain of the Dutch military base wants to question the villagers as to where the freedom fighters, known as the Daredevil Commandos, are hiding and kill all those who won't assist them, but the Captain's second-in-command temporarily talks the Captain out of it, because the eyes of the world are on Indonesia and a mass slaughter of innocent people would not be in the best interest for the Dutch.

Morale is also at an all-time low Sgt. Hassim kicks the shit out of one of his comrades when the man threatens to report another soldier getting cozy with a female nurse , so when Sgt. Hassim is offered a mission to investigate a burned-out village, he grabs the rest of his team to investigate. It turns out to be a trap set-up by the Dutch and that crazy Dutch Captain. Low on ammunition, the Daredevil Commandos nevertheless win the battle using sheer brute strength One of the Daredevils is killed, though , which severely pisses-off the Dutch Captain, who steps-up the brutality World view be damned!

Hassim's Daredevils, witnessed his sister and mother being raped by the Dutch when he was younger and these newer instances are waking-up long-suppressed memories. The Dutch are aware that the freedom fighters are running low on weapons, ammunition and food, so they plan on one final big-scale attack to wipe them off the face of the Earth.

What the Dutch didn't count on is the resiliency of the Indonesian people, as the Daredevil Commandos plan to strike the Dutch where it will hurt them the worst: At their huge compound where the Dutch store a large cache of weapons, ammunition and food.

It seems the only way to truly surprise the Dutch at the compound is to climb down a huge vertical cliff, so Sgt. Hassim and his men train hard for the mission. Will this be the mission that will finally make the Dutch exit Indonesia for good? The direction, by E. Bakker who has no other film credits that I can find and may be a pseudonym , is rather flat and uninvolving, and he seems more interested in patriotic speeches rather than action through the first two-thirds of the film at one point, just before a battle, the Daredevil Commandos break out into a patriotic song that begins with "Indonesia, you are my country When the final battle does come at the Dutch compound but not before more singing and prayers , it turns into a pretty bloody and stunt-filled extravaganza, with plenty of explosions, gunfights and bullet squibs, but it still pales in comparison to most Indonesian actioners because it doesn't contain a single "What The Fuck?!?

Even the climatic rock avalanche is filmed for minimal impact. A rare loser from Producer Gope T. Samtani and Rapi Films. Alexander and Gino Makasutji. Never legitimately available on home video in the U. The film opens with a man in a big black hat, black gloves a staple of giallo films and carrying a cane with a spring-loaded blade killing a man in Genoa, Italy, one of his thugs finding a key taped to his torso.

Cobra jumps at the chance since Kadinsky was the person who got him fired. Cobra hasn't seen his son in quite a while, ever since his wife was murdered. Brenda and Cobra start a love affair, but can she be trusted? We soon find out that Kadinsky is the man in the black hat and gloves and he knows Cobra's every move, killing anyone who could give information to Cobra and attempting several times to take Cobra's life, all unsuccessful.

The biggest problem Cobra runs up against is that everyone he talks to is deathly afraid to talk about Kadinsky. When Papasian tells Cobra that Kadinsky is dead, we must figure out if he really is.

Let me talk about this film's bad points: The action is lazily staged, the violence too restrained for its own good in the film's defense, the print I viewed may have been edited and the dialogue laughable, but not in a funny way. The usually dependable Franco Nero looks to be sleepwalking through his role as Cobra. His "trademark" in this film is spitting out his gum or sticking it in unusual places, like a thug's forehead.

It is supposed to be funny, but it comes off as forced Nero's mouth is always moving, even when he doesn't talk! It's also obvious that Nero used a stuntman for some of his more strenuous scenes, including jumping and climbing from building-to-building another "trademark" and a long fight scene in an alleyway.

Even when Cobra's son Tim is killed, run over on orders by Goldsmith, the film rings hollow. We see Cobra crying, as he has memories of the good times he and Tim had including an uncomfortable game of two-man baseball where it is apparent Nero didn't know how to swing a bat at a ball.

In the very next scene, it looks as if he has gotten over it. Castellari has certainly done much better, including the post-apocalypse films For crying out loud, even the stunningly gorgeous Sybil Danning doesn't bother to offer up any naked flesh!

Here are some of the few positive points: When Lola gets into a fight with Cobra in an empty disco she uses martial arts moves to kick the crap out of him! Their fight is made to look like they are dancing on the disco floor, making it the film's most inventive scene.

Still, it's a cheat on the audience since Licinia Lentini is actually a woman and an obvious double was used when unmasking her false femininity. There are also a couple of deaths that are memorable. Cobra shoots a drum of gasoline, sending the assassin high into the air. Unfortunately, both deaths are bloodless. It looks to be edited in some scenes, the most notable edits come during Tim's death Italian crime films have no problem showing children getting killed and the finale, when Cobra enters Goldsmith's office and point his gun at him, accusing Jack of ordering his son's death we even get a peek at the boy's killing in Cobra's mind, images that were missing from the film at the time of the Tim's death.

We hear the gun go off and then there is a jump edit where Cobra enters an elevator. Also look for Castellari's daughter, Stefania Girolami Goodwin, as Papasian's secretary and Castellari himself as one of the thugs in the warehouse shootout. All in all, this is a very minor film in a genre of Italian movies that are usually violent and exciting. Also starring Massimo Vanni a. The lyrics to the film's title tune which sounds like it was sung by a drunk Italian!

Nobody tells me what to do! There are far more entertaining Italian crime films out there. Not Rated , but no nudity and very little blood. The only problem is, sadistic crooks Al John Morghen and Kurt Vincent Conte have caught on to their scam and they kill Harry by drowning him in a bathtub before he is able to tell them where he has hidden the money.

Phoenix cop George Ryan Bo Svenson is called to the scene of the crime and catches Al and Kurt ransacking the place, which leads to a pretty good car chase lots of crashes and stunts and a shootout on the rooftop of a building, where George gets shot several times in the chest. Luckily, he was weraring a bulletproof vest. George and Lou's investigation leads them to Las Vegas, where they learn of Kathy's involvement in the casino scam. When George gets too close to the truth, Al and Kurt ambush him on a lonely desert road, causing him to crash his car, but Lou rescues him with his helicopter and chase the bad guys again.

Al and Kurt manage to give them the slip again and kill George's girlfriend Nancy Karen De Witt after they make her give George false information she sends him to a gay bar! The bad guys then kidnap Kathy and take her away in a helicopter, where she takes them to an abandoned ranch where the money is hidden. George and Lou are in hot pursuit and the finale finds the bad guys getting killed, then George and Lou head to Vegas and get rich on the slot machines using the deceased Harry's computer gizmos.

Sometimes crime does pay. This Italian production, filmed on location in Las Vegas, Nevada and Phoenix, Arizona is a pretty good comedy action film and Bo Svenson and Fred Williamson look like they are having a ball, even if some of the dialogue is clunky. The gay bar scene doesn't make an ounce of sense, but it sure is funny. He kills people showing no emotion, killing George's girlfriend by putting two bullets point-blank into her head and shooting Kathy in the back in the film's finale, never breaking his blank stare.

The only aspect of this film that seems dated is the early 80's computer imagery and a serious faux paus that happens over the opening credits when Harry sticks an RJ11 plug into an RJ45 jack , not to mention some ridiculous, totally made-up computer jargon that Svenson has to try to say convincingly with a straight face he doesn't succeed.

They first appeared together in director Enzo. Set during the Vietnam era, the story revolves around a young black man an excellent Larenz Tate and his struggles to find a way to support his pregnant girlfriend after graduating high school. He joins the Marines because he wants to fight for his country, but he soon learns that the war is not the place to escape reality. After completing his tour of duty, he returns home to the Bronx. Unable to find a good job, he and his buddies plan an armored car robbery, hoping to collect a few hundred thousand dollars of old untraceable money that the government plans to burn.

But things go terribly wrong. This may sound like a generic plot, but the Hughes Brothers pull it off with a sense of flair and urgency. In this film it is downright brutal. During the war scenes, heads are chopped off, a soldier has his stomach slit open and his dismembered penis shoved in his mouth and, in one unbelievable scene, a soldier steps on a land mine and is blown to bits.

The violence at home is no less gruesome. People are shot in the head, crushed by moving cars and riddled with bullets. Even though it is gory, the violence is not the driving force behind this film. The story is filled with interesting characters and, for once, white people are not portrayed as raving bigots. This took guts from a black filmmaking team. DEATH BLOW - Here's your chance to see champion heavyweight boxer Duane Bobick in his only starring role and after watching his performance, you will know why his acting career was much shorter than his boxing career as a professional boxer from to , Bobick had a record of 48 wins and 4 losses; 42 of those wins by knockout.

This South Africa-lensed boxing actioner stars Bobick as Billyboy Lamont, a burly dock worker and university student who wants to be a professional boxer like his father, Don screenwriter Willie Von Rensburg , but dear old Pop discourages him from doing so, telling him, "This, my boy, is what fifteen years of fighting and being champ has got me: Ten acres of lousy, bloody ground, an old house, a few animals, that's all.

There's a new champ, Billy, and he belongs to another family. Terry has a diminutive brother named Mike Dawie Malan , who is estranged from mother Josephine, probably due to her hands-on approach to managing Terry's career even though Mike is officially Terry's manager and her indifferent treatment of him.

Billyboy secretly practices boxing in a gym away from his father's prying eyes Pop would rather Billyboy "hit the books" and make something out of his life and has become quite good at it Bobick looks at least 15 years too old to be portraying a guy supposedly college age.

When Pop catches Billyboy at the gym instead of studying at the university, he decides to teach him a lesson and challenges Billyboy to a boxing match in the ring.

Billyboy doesn't want to do it, but when his father hits him in the face and body with a few good shots, he retaliates with one hard punch, sending Pop flying across the ring and paralyzing him for life. When Josephine reads the story in the paper she holds some as-yet unknown grudge against Billyboy's father , she tells Terry that maybe someday he will do the same thing to Billyboy in the ring.

Meanwhile, the short-statured Mike catches the eye of barmaid Janet Barbara Salberg at a disco and accidentally gets her fired from her job. He feels so bad about it that he promises to get her a better job, but she doesn't believe him. Mike gets Janet a job as a maid at the Bendell household, but Josephine tells him to keep his hands off of her now that she is the hired help.

We also learn that Terry is actually the son of Billyboy's father, but he left Josephine alone and pregnant to marry Martha Trix Pienaar , who gave birth to Billyboy nine month later.

Josephine has been holding that grudge for many, many years and after marrying a millionaire and giving birth to the dwarf-like Mike did I mention she despises him and treats him like shit?

Terry has grown up to be a first class lout and ends up screwing Janet even though he knows that Mike has feelings for her When Josephine tells Terry that Janet is "beneath him", he replies coldly, "I know. Billyboy decides to become a professional boxer, even though his father may have permanently damaged Billyboy's kidneys during their fight Billyboy can't take a leak without pissing blood. He fights a series of boxers and works his way up the ranks until, yes, you guessed it, he becomes the number one contender against Terry.

Which one of these "brothers from different mothers" will turn out to be champ? Boxing may be an art form, but so is acting. Duane Bobick couldn't be more wooden if you stuffed him full of cedar chips and his stabs at emoting is pitiful and not in a "so bad, it's hilarious" way. When his girlfriend, Velma Kim Braden , is raped by Terry she is sexually assaulted fully clothed by Terry in a gym ring while intercut with one of Billyboy's bouts , his reaction is worse than no reaction at all.

It is like he just picked up a carton of eggs at the store and found one of them broken! The fault is not all Bobick's, as the acting is generally poor across the board Tullio Moneta as Terry is really, really bad and the only person here who generates any sympathy is Dawie Malan as Mike, but that's mainly because he is small and abused by everyone When Janet commits suicide, Terry laughs in Mike's face, not exactly the reaction Mike was expecting!

There is some bloody violence on view, but most of it is outside the ring nearly all the boxing matches are economically filmed and lack the "oomph" we've come to expect after the commercial success of ROCKY [], which this film so clearly tries to emulate. There's a gunshot to the head, Velma's rape, a dockside fight and a couple of other incidents, but nothing to make you stand up and take notice.

It's poorly acted, written and suffers from some bad continuity problems. It has plenty of flesh but very little nudity.

The few action scenes are haphazardly staged and shot. Yet, for some reason I still haven't put my finger on it , it is highly compelling. Anna belongs to the evil Mr. Caine Anthony Caruso , a white slave trader. Frank cleans her up and promises to marry her after his next and last six month stint at sea. He plans on buying an avacado farm! While Frank is out at sea, Mr. Caine kidnaps Anna, rehooks her on drugs and makes her re-establish herself as a whore.

When Frank returns to land and cannot locate Anna, he enlists the aide of his seaman buddy Chris Mitchum and a prostitute Lisa Loring to help him track her down. When they finally locate Anna, she is walking the streets, strung-out and looking for Johns she offers to take Frank and Chris on for fifty bucks! She finally recognizes Frank and runs away, only to be purposely be hit by a truck by one of Caine's goons. In a cop-out ending, all the good guys have a happy ending. Monson also turns in this flick's best performance as Harold, the openly gay desk clerk of one of Caine's whore motels.

He is constantly getting roughed up by Frank and the goons. Monson even dresses in women's clothing and has a crying jag in one of the film's key scenes. Filmed in Ceylon now known as Sri Lanka , this Eurospy flick has some excellent travelogue footage it's not stock footage, as the actors are put in the middle of the action, giving it an air of realism and it is also an early example of showing karate in use and not as a gimmick.

The bad guys in this film are a criminal organization known as "The Golden Cats". Rogers Paul Eeckmann , witnesses the kidnapping and gives chase in his sporty convertible. Apparently, King's vehicle is capable of spitting out grenades it's confusing , as an explosion goes off in front of Mr.

Rogers convertible and it overturns. He soon finds out that it's a not-so-nice day in the neighborhood, as Mr. Rogers grabs a sword he keeps in the back of his car!

King wins, dealing Mr. Rogers a karate death blow to his temple, while Babs escapes out of the car by pinning a local goon's arm in the window of the car's door. King and his thugs leave empty-handed when the police show up, Babs telling them what has just happened. Luckily, there's a law-abiding karate expert in Ceylon to combat the bad guys. Tom gives a skeptical audience a demonstration of the power of karate, by hitting a solid cube of metal and leaving his fistprint in it!

Jo sneaks up on Tom in his hotel room and with one punch, Tom sends him flying across the room and through the door of the adjoining hotel room, which is occupied by Babs, who is in the middle of changing her clothes.

While Jo is on the floor admiring Babs' form, he notices a small tape recorder hidden under one of her tables she's being bugged.

Jo removes the tape recorder and Tom tells Babs that he needs to talk to her about Mr. When Jo goes to his hotel room, he finds Michele waiting for him. It turns out she's the assistant manager of the hotel and she asks Jo whether he takes a bath or a shower it's a shower. Knowing that is a strange question to ask a stranger, Jo immediately knows something is up and he's right. His bathtub is full of flesh-dissolving acid and when he goes to the bathroom, he hears someone sneaking into his room.

Jo moans out loud, as if the acid is dissolving his body. The thug enters the bathroom to see the results and a short scuffle ensues, resulting in Jo throwing the thug in the bathtub. Jayaratna arrives at Jo's room and, after seeing the thug's dissolved corpse, tells Jo that the Golden Cats usually dump their victims' bodies in the sewer and this isn't the first time he has seen an acid-washed corpse unfortunately, we never get to see the body. Kalatunga , are at the hotel bar, keeping a close eye on Jo and Tom.

They think Jo was killed in the shower and are surprised to see him with the Inspector and Babs in the hotel lounge, so they must think of another way to kill him. Michele sneaks into Nitro's hotel room and tries to do something to his phone, but Nitro enters unexpectedly, forcing Michele to hide. She overhears Nitro telling King that he plans on blowing up Jo with some nitroglycerine They don't call him Nitro for nothing! King walks down to the lounge, placing a small bottle of nitroglycerine on a table next to Jo, Tom, Babs and the Inspector.

Babs recognises King, but she tells the Inspector that he seems familiar, but she can't place the face Really? Meanwhile, Nitro catches Michele in his room and ties her up, while he is on the terrace, pointing a sniper rifle at the small bottle on the table.

Tom sees a reflection in the sun of the scope of the sniper rifle and begins firing his pistol in Nitro's direction, causing him to miss the bottle. Jo hands Tom the bottle and he throws it into the ocean, where it explodes. This leads to a pretty good rooftop chase between Tom and King, both of them using a palm tree to reverse pole vault to the ground!

King escapes but Sunny is captured. He then escapes by jumping off a bridge on to a moving train, the Inspector, Jo and Tom giving chase in Jeeps. The Inspector proves what a crack shot he is by shooting Sunny in the head, while his Jeep speeds over tough beach terrain.

Philip Dawson tells Jo and Tom that Sunny was a member of the Golden Cats, but Jo and Tom are suspicious of the Inspector, because he excused himself just before Nitro fired his sniper rifle and they both think he acted a little too quick on the draw when he shot Sunny in the head. Jo goes for a swim in the ocean, but first, Tom gives him a cigarette with a load in it Because Jo always complains when Tom asks him for a cigarette. In this series, they always play practical jokes on each other.

Jo knows something is up and gives the cigarette to the Inspector's assistant, Khamar Joe Abey , who lights the cigarette and it explodes in his face Khamar tells Tom that he should arrest Jo for attempted murder! Jo meets a bikini-clad Babs on the beach and she slaps Jo's face when she thinks he is getting fresh with him, but it's a crab walking across her bosom!

It's not long before Babs starts making googly eyes at Jo because, well, he's irresistable. A little later, Khamar gives them a tip, so Tom and Jo take jitneys through the streets of Ceylon to talk to a female photographer who may have taken photos key to their investigation. When they get to her house, they find her dead in her bed, a apparent victim of a poisoning. In her hand is a small golden cat statue, the criminal organization's calling card. They find her young son is in the house looking for something to eat.

He walks up to Jo and Tom and says, "Why doesn't Mama get up? Michele then appears at the house, telling the crime-fighting duo that the photographer was her brother's wife and her best friend, also telling them that the Golden Cats killed her sister. She gives them some important information about the Golden Cats, which leads Jo and Tom to an all-female karate school, where the Inspector is hiding Babs so she'll be "safe". For reasons still not clear to me, the perpetually drunk Philip Dawson is in Bombay, India to pay the Golden Cats a million dollars.

Dawson picks up the money at a small airport, where King has a cobra bite and kill Dawson's taxi driver and he pretends to be his driver. It turns out that Dawson stole the money under false pretenses What they are is beyond me and plans on keeping it all for himself. While he is in the back seat of the taxi fondling the money between his fingers, King gasses and kills him, dumping his dead body off a bridge to the river below.

Jo and Tom learn of Dawson's treachery and try to stop him, not knowing that he is already dead. Jo figures out what is going on Damned if I know how! If it seems Babs is not in the film as much as she should be, it's because actress Ann Smyrner caught a serious case of blood poisoning in Ceylon and had to be hospitalized hile the majority of the film was being shot, forcing some major rewrites to the script.

That may be why this film is so confusing. There's is a lot of talk about a "Mr. Farrow", but we never see him, only hearing his voice over the phone.

He has a lot to do with the Golden Cats, but since we never see him, his role in the plot seems moot. Still, both Tony Kendall and Brad Harris have an easy-going chemistry that carries the film and Harris has a standout karate fight with fellow bodybuilder and peplum star Dan Vadis, which is the highlight of the film. It may not make much sense but, like the other entries in the series, it is breezy entertainment of the first degree, so check your brain at the door and enjoy!

Never legitimately available on VHS in the U. I saw this film on Retromedia's free streaming site, Retromedia TV. Just like their DVD, the print is in fullscreen, but watchable. Also starring Werner Hauff who produced this series as "Theo M. After a treacherous trek through the jungle, Karamat and his prisoners finally arrive at his fortress, which is heavily fortified with men with guns and a series of maze-like caves.

The government deems an air attack or a full-on ground assault too dangerous, so they reform the Death Raiders, a small group of Black Ops. So begins this enjoyable sometimes for the wrong reasons action film from the Philippines, as Captain Barone rounds-up all the ex- members of his squad; from a disco with the prerequisite bar fight , a police hostage situation with the prerequisite attempted rape scene and helping an alcoholic member free his girlfriend from a mafia whorehouse.

Meanwhile, Karamat's son, who disagrees with his father's political views, unsuccessfully tries to lead the prisoners to freedom. When Karamat catches him, he ties him up in the middle of town and beats the stuffing oput of him with his bare hands in front of all the citizens.

This does not sit too well with Karamat's wife, who secretly plans a revolution with a sympathetic rebel in town. After Captain Barone and his men train to get into shape, they set out on their mission to Karamat's stronghold. They make it to the cave where the Governor and his daughters are being held and they get an unexpected hand from Karamat's wife and son. From then on, the group try to make it through the jungle to safety, before the Army does a full air and ground attack on the compound.

Members will be lost on the way as Captain Barone and his men must fight an inexhaustable supply of Karamat's soldiers, even as some of Barone's men return to Karamat's compound to rescue innocent women and children. Directed and co-written with a lot of intentional humor check out the disco and whorehouse scenes by Segundo Ramos SUICIDE FORCE - , this film has a lot going for it especially the early martial arts fights, including an inventive, almost comic book-like, use of a spinning bar stool , but stops dead in it's tracks every time it goes back to the Karamat father-son conflict.

As with most Filipino action films, this one contains more than a few scenes of attempted rape but, surprisingly, no nudity , including a comical scene where a bunch of Karamat's soldiers fight each other in the middle of a lake as they try to rape one of the Governor's daughters. While most of the action in the latter-half of the film is basically gunfights and explosions, the film has a kinetic energy that's infectious and fun to watch.

I was taken aback by the abrupt ending, but that's a small complaint to an otherwise highly watchable film and, at 80 minutes, it doesn't overstay it's welcome. One day, he gets a call from Elaine Debbie Brooks , the wife of one of his soldier buddies, telling him that her husband, Marty, died in a car crash and she doesn't think it was an accident, so Deacon heads to the town of King's Ransom to investigate.

Once in town, Deacon meets pretty gas station owner Audrey future director Katt Shea and immediately runs in to Sheriff Clay Marsh Kaz Garas , who warns Deacon that this town doesn't tolerate strangers. Elaine tells Deacon that the town has been taken over by a group of dastardly marijuana farmers and their leader, John Carey Crofton Hardester , is not above murder to protect his crop.

She believes Carey is responsible for Marty's death. Deacon begins asking questions around town, but finds everyone afraid to talk. While out on a date with Audrey, Carey and his men force Deacon's car off the road and beat the shit out of him Casey also has the hots for Audrey.

When Deacon doesn't take the hint to leave town, a couple of Carey's men firebomb Elaine's house, killing her she burns to death in her bed , which results in Deacon chasing the two goons in his car.

Deacon's car flips over and explodes, so Carey thinks Deacon is dead and his problems are over. In reality, Deacon escaped the explosion and he's about to make Carey's life miserable. Audrey puts them up in a secret cabin in the woods, as Deacon and his squad systematically begin to kill Carey's men and destroy the pot crop.

As more of his men end up missing, Carey's men capture Bartlett, hold him in a cell at the Sheriff's office and beat the crap out of him, but Deacon and his men pull a midnight rescue and save Bartlett. Carey kidnaps Audrey and blows up her gas station and uses her as bait. The finale finds Deacon, his men and Sheriff Marsh who finally comes to his senses battling Carey and his gang while trying save Audrey and blowing up a dam to flood the pot crop.

Not everyone both good and bad will make it out alive. Santiago's long line of 80's actioners and it's a pretty good little B-film. It's no wonder Roger Corman funded many of his films, because Santiago knew how to stretch a buck to the breaking point, yet he could still deliver interesting, if unoriginal, product.

It's a boring action film. This film use to play quite often on TV during the late 80's and early 90's and the only U. When Peter refuses, the goons beat him, tie him up, shoot and kill his young and naked son, gang-rape his wife and then shoot and kill both of them, too, before setting fire to their home. The entire atrocity was witnessed by a young girl, who leaves town and doesn't return until years later, the faces of all of Peter's murderers etched into her memory.

Innocent farmers and their families are still being murdered and their land being purchased at rock- bottom prices by Mrs. Chaw, who Richard believes is the "Landlord" behind the killings, both past and present. Richard cannot get anyone in town to believe his story, because Mrs. Chaw is well-respected around town and the only law in the territory, Deputy Sheriff John, seems to be in Mrs.

Richard becomes romantically involved with pretty young schoolteacher Catherine Alana Montri , while he secretly murders the goons under Mrs. Race fans can watch and wager on all the action at Champions Simulcast Center. For more information, call In early , the newly renamed Hialeah Park opened for thoroughbred racing over a one-mile dirt track.

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