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The Zebra Force (1976)

A group of Vietnam vets, tired of the depradations of the Mafia on their neighborhood, decide to take on the mob on their own terms--but by using a very different twist.

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Carmine Longo
Glenn R. Wilder ...
(as Glenn Wilder)
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Salvatore Moreno
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Sgt. Stangman
Clay Tanner ...
Lt. Claymore
Tony Cristino ...
Willie
Mario Milano ...
Peter
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Art
Buddy Ochoa ...
Larry
Patrick Strong ...
Nick
Bernard Tierman ...
Ernie
Kenny Endoso ...
Budda
Bobby Miliano ...
Gus Moreno
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A group of Vietnam vets, tired of the depradations of the Mafia on their neighborhood, decide to take on the mob on their own terms--but by using a very different twist.

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Running with the mob can be deadly!

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Action | Crime

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14 October 1976 (Argentina)  »

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Code Name: Zebra  »

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One of the Best Timmy Brown Movies (which isn't saying much)!
17 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is nothing more that an excuse for a bunch of scenes of slaughter. It has virtually no plot or motivation. The characters are stereotypical and really questionable actors. Their reason for doing what they do wouldn't stand up under any scrutiny. It's the Zebra force against the Mafia. I don't know why because it's never clear. If they are both basically evil, why don't the just stay away from each other. There's virtually no conversation and when it happens it is senseless and pointless. The old running back, Timmy Brown, is in it. So is the Sinatra kid. It's a monumental waste of time. There isn't even the "bad movie" syndrome at work here.


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