Fiero is hired to assassinate the newly-elected civilian president of San Pedro. His employers are a group of generals, threatened by the liberal sympathies of the new president-elect. The ... See full summary »
Alfredo Álvarez Calderón
Tony Pintana, an art collector, and his wife are contacted by Martin, who is short on cash and proposes to rob a museum of a Indian golden mask that's worth 10 million dollar. When their ... See full summary »
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James L. Conway
Captain Tony's Saloon is a real bar in Key West and was owned by the real Captain Tony who was also mayor of key west for a time. Captain Tony appears in the film as a watcher on Horseback in one of the scenes when "Tony" visits the Cuban coast. See more »
Cuba Crossing is a decent "B" movie, if you're just looking for some entertainment on a rainy Sunday afternoon. The film starts off remarkably well, but then trails off into a plot with-in a plot, with-in a plot. In other words, it just doesn't work on a film with a shoe-string budget. The whole film has a very cheap feel about it. You do get to see a little of vintage Key west before it was discovered by the Yuppies. However, all the leading actors look like they have been on a ten-day drinking binge. They look tired, worn out, and just plain listless. When the movie first came out in 1980 it managed to stir some controversy in the South Florida area, however, once the movie was seen, everyone realized the movie wasn't worth a protest, and after a week drifted away.
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