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Hit Lady (1974)

A beautiful young artist moonlights as a syndicate killer.

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At a Texas barbecue, a pretty woman chats up a wealthy rancher, and soon they're off on a horseback ride. Before she shoots him on an isolated road, she gives him a minute to reflect on who he might have offended on his rise to the top. She's Angela de Vries, a contract killer based in L.A. She wants this to have been her last job; her contractor wants one more death, a national union leader, made to look like an accident. She starts her homework on this mark. Meanwhile, in her private life, she's in love with a budding photographer. Is there any way that she can get out of the game and have a full love life? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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8 October 1974 (USA)  »

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Yvette on parade!
4 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

Yvette got out her yellow legal pad and #2 pencil and scripted herself a juicy part in this Aaron Spelling-produced TV flick. She plays an attractive blonde, shanghai-ed into killing people for money. She wrote herself into virtually every scene and put herself into an area usually reserved for men....especially at this time of 1974. This film pre-dates "Charlie's Angels", but has a similar sort of angle. Mimieux goes "undercover" in designer duds and works over her targets with charm and sex appeal (she even struts around at length in a skimpy bikini...revealing a very fit figure.) The film is simple and trite at times, but still modestly entertaining. Joseph Campenella is given the (thankfully!) rare chance to engage in a sex scene, Keenan Wynn has just a cameo and Clu Gulager is sporting a few too many shades in his hair color....strange. The best part is hot-to-trot Dack Rambo in his PRIME. He slinks in in jeans that look like they couldn't contain one more skin cell, gets caressed from behind while his jeans are half open (revealing dischordantly cute and chaste little white briefs) and just basically looks edible in a role that would normally have been "the girlfriend part". His yummy face and thick, beautiful hair threaten to steal the film from Ms. Mimieux, but since she wrote it, he isn't around all that long.


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