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Ex-Marshal McCloud now is senator of New Mexico, fighting for a new environment law. His enemy is Maitland, unscrupulous owner of Chemtel, the world's most important chemical manufacturer. Shortly after McCloud gives an inspiring speech, he barely escapes an bomb in his car and a shooting in a restaurant. When he learns that his niece, medical researcher for Chemtel, was killed, he begins to suspect that the attempts on his life were not made by Arabian terrorists, but by Maitland. He pays him a visit in Britain and starts to research on his own. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
McCloud the TV show was always a rip roaring good time.
The Return of Sam McCloud is likewise a very enjoyable experience.
What's not to like about Marshall Sam McCloud, now a politician, venturing to Merry old England to investigate the murder of his daughter, and helping to stop an evil plot.
Of course, the highlight of the movie has got to be McClouds slugfest with the younger, more attractive British thug Jason Cross. McCloud even takes a punch before reducing the thug to a rank amateur and putting him to sleep, once again proving that an older American Marshall can dispatch a younger British henchman.
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