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Traxx has battled his way through El Salvador, the Middle East and Nicaragua, spitting lead with two-handed good grace. He decides to retire to a life of baking designer cookies. Running out of dough to buy more dough, he hires himself as a "Town Tamer" and begins cleaning up Hadleyville, Texas, telling the lowlife street scum, "You got three choices. Be good, be gone, or be dead." Like all bacteria, the scum are resistant: crime boss Aldo Palucci (Robert Davi) brings in the dreaded Guzik brothers to rid the town of the town tamer, setting the stage for a showdown in the streets. Written by
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Priscilla Barnes replaced Connie Selleca. See more »
Commissioner R.B. Davis:
As police officers, we hold to a higher standard to what we deal with. You're out of the jungle, Traxx! This is civilization, or can't you tell the difference?
It didn't look much different to me.
Commissioner R.B. Davis:
Let me tell you something, Traxx. This is the 80s! Suspects and victims have the same rights! Even if they do shoot and kill an old lady and a puppy!
Well... I'd like to hear that from puppy's family.
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Written by John Parker
Published by DEG Entertainment Music Co. and Glory Music Co.
Performed by Mocha
Produced by Steve Tyrell and John Carl Parker
Courtesy of Tyrell-Mann Productions See more »
The only funny part of this movie that I can remember is when the Guziks are in the back of a limo and the reactions on the driver's face in the mirror is just CLASSIC! Unfortunately, he winds up dead and Robert Davi kicks him as he asks what happened. The original credits listed him as "Eric Tilley... Dead Limo Driver". Why isn't he listed in the credits here? Maybe he thought better of it after he saw the finished product...
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