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Flesh and Bullets (1985)

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Two men that meets in a bar in Las Vegas discovers that they have one big problem in common, their wifes. They decide to do something drastic about it.

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Colleen Brennan ...
(as Sharon Kelly)
Mari Cartel ...
Yosemite Hotel Host
Mike Cartel ...
Homeless Man In Bank Robbery
Cydney Hill ...
Dolores Bordon
Glenn McKay ...
Roy Hunter
Mic Morrow ...
Jeff Bordon
Susan Silvers ...
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Two men that meets in a bar in Las Vegas discovers that they have one big problem in common, their wifes. They decide to do something drastic about it.

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don't let the cast fool you
14 October 2004 | by (Seattle, Washington) – See all my reviews

Oh my god! Yvonne De Carlo, Aldo Ray, Cesar Romero and the return of the great Cornel Wilde in his last role! Well, I have been wanting to see this film ever since it was advertised on the Variety back in 1985 because of the incredible cast, but the 19 year wait was a let down. Yvonne DeCarlo and Cesar Romero played judges in a divorce case and only appeared for 30 seconds (!). aldo ray (who was doing tons of these type of movie) must have talked Cornel Wilde (who was not doing "Z" films) to do a 2min scene (a comeback!) with him, because they both appear in a police scene that look like it was off another film. Wilde who usual do film with political messages or quality work looks tired and looks as if he might have thought this was a student film or something different to be involved in this type of film. All 4 talents are tacked in on a direct-to-video feature about a divorced loser who robs a bank to pay for his child support/alimony payment.

he meets up with another loser who also has the same ex-wife problem. they both agree to help each other by meeting the other's wife and kill them, but they fall in love with other's ex's instead. some sex scenes look edited as if this might have been a hardcore adult film once. the photography looks like outdated 16mm film stock, sort of like those late 70's adult film was shot in. sharon kelly only speaks one-line in a pointless cameo, and look for Robert Z'dar billed as Robert west playing Dan the psycho ex-boyfriend. Seeing what the director made in the past, it must be a ambitious attempt to break into the mainstream films, but a little too late for this film didn't even get any sales on most major countries. I hope to see a English language release of this one day, but with DVD business these days most people will complain over the photograph of the film for it's really grainy.

Only if aldo ray and cornel wilde got out of the police station and did some detective work to add credibility to this film. real shame it's wilde's last film.


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