A beautiful young artist moonlights as a syndicate killer.

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Angela de Vries
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Jeffrey Baine
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Roarke
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Doug Reynolds
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Buddy McCormack
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Eddie
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Webb
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Woman at Airport
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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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And she never misses

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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8 October 1974 (USA)  »

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Hit Lady: Deadly Game  »

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Fun TV Flick with Gorgeous Yvette!
11 August 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Apparently Yvette is as smart as she is beautiful. She wrote this "Movie of the Week" about a female contract killer. Actually quite entertaining, has cameos by a lot of talented people including Keenan Wynn, Joseph Campenella. Yvette kills 'em with class but when she wants to quit the business the heat's on. Yvette should have been given her own action TV series. Unfortunately most of the women kicking butt in the 70's were black (Pam Grier, Tamara Dobson, Teresa Graves) the only other movie I can remember where a white woman does this is possibly Connie Stevens in "Scorchy". I guess I just like to see women beating up men PERIOD! Catch this if you can, I think it was on video in the 80's it should be on DVD as many of these 70's TV movies were lots of fun.


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