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Ray Lovelock and Marc Porel (RIP and WAY too young) play a couple of plods on an elite part of the squad. And you know what THAT means.
They cruise around on motorcycles basically clipping anyone who even gives them a fishy eye. Catch a guy trying to steal a purse? Beat him senseless. Then shoot him. The man to man violence was over OTT.
Then there's the sex. Of course they get to bed many loose women. The kind of loose women that seem to be all over Rome in these kind of flicks. Although that's the big city. Tokyo? The same.
And the chief is one of those "I see nothing" types. Until he has no choice.
Chase scenes, shootings, fistfights, 70's waka-waka guitar and haircuts, it's there ad infinitum.
Porel died too soon. He was good looking enough where he could have had a real career. Lovelock was doing his usual.
Hard to find, but if you do, it's worth a gander.
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