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Fred G. Sullivan
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I bought this film for one reason....Richard Lynch. He is such an underrated actor who should have gone on to bigger and better things. Instead, he is now caught in miserable European and low budget American films that are not worthy of his talents (or anybody else's for that matter). He gets the chance in this film to be somewhat of a hero although he is supposed to be the bad guy. He and Priscilla Barnes have some chemistry and they have one pretty hot love scene. It was a surprise to see Lynch expose so much of his scarred body...he usually wears high necked shirts and long sleeves. It is mentioned briefly by Barnes when she says "What happened?" and he replies "That's another story". John Ireland is corny as the Federal pursuer but what's new? This is a worth watching because it is full of action and it doesn't make you think too much. Good for a rainy Saturday afternoon.
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