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Angel III: The Final Chapter
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Writers (WGA):
Robert Vincent O'Neill (characters) &
Joseph Michael Cala (characters) ...
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Release Date:
10 November 1988 (USA) See more »
Angel spent years making men happy. Now it's time to make them pay
Molly is now a freelance photographer in New York. She runs across a woman at an art show that looks familiar... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Mitzi Kapture ... Molly Stewart / Angel

Mark Blankfield ... Spanky
Emile Beaucard ... Shahid

Maud Adams ... Nadine
Kin Shriner ... Neal

Tawny Fere ... Michelle

S.A. Griffin ... Roger

Richard Roundtree ... Lt. Doniger
Anna Navarro ... Gloria
Susan Moore ... Pam
Floyd Levine ... Lt. Mellin
Barbara Treutelaar ... Shirley
Cynthia Hoppenfeld ... Marie
Bob DeSimone ... Porn Director
Julie K. Smith ... Darlene

Dick Miller ... Nick Pellegrini

Toni Basil ... Hillary
Kendall Carly Browne ... Gallery Woman
Ted Faye ... Companion
Paunita Nichols ... Black Hooker
Roxanne Kernohan ... White Hooker

Laura Albert ... Nude Dancer

Ty Granderson Jones ... L.A. Pimp (as Tyrone Granderson Jones)
Ashlyn Gere ... Video Girl #1 (as Kim McKamy)
Barbara Hammond ... Video Girl #2
Cheryl Starbuck ... Video Girl #3

Kyle T. Heffner ... Tom Santangelo
Rick Paap ... Gallery Officer

Steven Basil ... Porn Assistant Director
Roxanna Hernandez ... Girl at Mansion
Michael Bandoni ... Mr. Fabazian
Hugh Karraker ... Croupier
Phillip Day ... Carlos

Directed by
Tom DeSimone 
Writing credits
Robert Vincent O'Neill (characters) &
Joseph Michael Cala (characters) (as Joseph M. Cala)

Tom DeSimone (written by)

Produced by
Arnold H. Orgolini .... producer
Original Music by
Eric Allaman 
Cinematography by
Howard Wexler 
Film Editing by
Warren Chadwick 
Casting by
Tedra Gabriel 
Production Management
Bob Jason .... unit production manager: New York
Art Department
Joel DeLoach .... art department swing gang
Robyn Jacobs .... props
Bryan Utman .... set dresser
Sound Department
Mary Jo Devenney .... production sound mixer
Greg MacLaurin .... sound effects editor
Steve Mann .... sound editor
Mark V. Phillips .... apprentice sound editor
Reinhard Stergar .... boom operator
Joni Avery .... stunts (as Jodi Avery)
Hank Baumert .... stunts
John Branagan .... stunt coordinator
John Branagan .... stunts
Bob K. Cummings .... stunts
Phil H. Fravel .... stunts (as Phil Fravel)
Carol Neilson .... stunts
Gregg Smrz .... stunts (as Greg Smrz)
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts (as Patrick Stratham)
Dick Warlock .... stunts
Merritt Yohnka .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Aaron Caughran .... assistant camera
Pat O'Mara .... grip
Editorial Department
Mark V. Phillips .... apprentice editor
Music Department
Deandre Fish Flemming .... composer: additional music
Jospeh Felix Norero .... composer: additional music
Katherine Quittner .... music editor
Lou Rawls .... composer: end theme
Chris Spedding .... musician: additional guitar
Alan Ett .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Don Great .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
William Loose .... composer: stock music (uncredited)
Other crew
Louis Farah .... set paramedic

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100 min
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
The best of New World's "Angel" movies... but is it GOOD? Well..., 26 September 2009
Author: Wizard-8 from Victoria, BC

If you have been reading my reviews, you will have seen that I have reviewed the original "Angel" movie and its first sequel "Avenging Angel". So what took me so long to get to "Angel III"? Well, I DID see this movie years ago... but on commercial television, and it seemed unfair to review an exploitation movie when it had been extensively edited. But today I found an uncut copy at a thrift store and watched it, so I'll review it now.

First, the good stuff. The production values of this movie are not only good, they are the best of the three New World "Angel" movies. It looks like some serious money was spent at times. It's odd that this movie went straight to video when the cheaper-looking first two movies were theatrically released.

When it comes to sleaze, the movie delivers more than the first two movies combined. There is a significant amount of nudity, and some of this sleaze is pretty funny to watch (like the porn film shoot.) The performances by the cast are pretty good, giving us likable good guys and hissable bad guys. (But it's clear that Adams and Roundtree only spent a few days being filmed for their surprisingly smaller-than-you'd-expect roles.)

Now for the not-so-good stuff: I thought the confrontation scene of Angel with her mother made less than an impact that I think it would in real life. (Maybe the filmmakers were afraid of being too harsh.) The main ways the movie screws up is that the movie is both too long (100 minutes long!) and too slow. There's a lot here that could be eliminated, which would have given the movie an appropriately zippy pace. Also, there is the unexplained thing about Angel being a photographer in this movie - in the previous movie she was studying law... what happened?

If you suffered through the disappointing first two "Angel" movies, this movie will give you some relief... though you'll still think it could be better. As for "Angel 4" (made by a different production company), I guess I will review it if I find a copy - I've gone through this series so far, so I might as well stay to the very end.

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