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Hell Squad (1986)

R | | Action | 1 January 1986 (USA)
In order to rescue the son of a diplomat who has been kidnapped by terrorists, a group of Las Vegas showgirls undergo commando training and organize a rescue operation.

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Bainbridge Scott ...
Jan
Glen Hartford ...
Jack
Tina Lederman ...
Tina
Maureen Kelly ...
Member of Squad
Penny Prior ...
Member of Squad
Lisa Nottingham ...
Member of Squad
Kathy Jinnett ...
Member of Squad
Loren Chamberlain ...
Member of Squad
Kimberly Baucum ...
Member of Squad
Madeline Parquette ...
Member of Squad (as Delynn Gardner)
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Jim
Jace Damon ...
Mark
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Nightclub owner (as Bill Bryant)
Frank Romano ...
Drill sergeant
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A diplomat's son is kidnapped by terrorists blackmailing the US government for plans of a new type of nuclear weapon. A friend of the diplomat puts together a squad of showgirls to rescue the son. Written by Tommie Nygren <tommie-n@dsv.su.se>

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1 January 1986 (USA)  »

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Commando Girls  »

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Screenwriter Donald Glut wrote the film's screenplay, but withheld the last third from producer-director Kenneth Hartford (aka Kenneth Herts) when he wasn't paid. Rather than pay, Hartford opted to write his own ending, which explains the film's bizarre final half hour. See more »

Goofs

When the girls return to their hotel after raiding the terrorist camp, three of them exit the jeep and leave their rifles in it. However, when they enter their suite in the hotel a few moments later, they are carrying their rifles. See more »

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Either the best comedy or worst action film ever made...
3 February 2006 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

From the cheesy dialog to the no-talent 'actresses', there is not one redeeming quality about this 'film'!

About the point these commando bikini-models were putting on their flippers and snorkel gear to swim across a lake in a middle of a desert to a stock photograph of a castle in the European mountains I lost my lunch.

The biggest laugh of the movie was the reveal of 'Ann' as 'Andy' when a halloween budget mask was pulled off of Ann/Andy. Couldn't help but think of Austin Powers, "That's a MAN, man!"

So bad it's laughable! If there was a ZERO STAR rating this movie would have it!


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