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The Zebra Force (1976)

A group of Vietnam vets, tired of the depredation 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
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(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 depredation 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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Here's a different kind of action movie!
12 October 1998 | by See all my reviews

Even though this late-night action flick has aged, it still has what many of today's multi-budget movies are lacking in: ORIGINALITY! Don't expect good guy heroes in "The Zebra Force" because this definitely is not your typical action film. Instead, this is a first-person anti-hero show that knows no limits. Watching the soldiers in black masks terrorize the innocent is rather deteriorating, but that's part of the fun. Overall, the real show stealers are the gang's leader with a deformed face who communicates via mini walkie-talkies, plus an unexpected finale. If you can live with obscure '70s trashies like this one, then I can't blame you for that!


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