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John Steele is a cop... out of his jurisdiction... out of his depth... out for blood!
Steele, a plainclothes Chicago cop, is recruited by the FBI to foil an assassination plot in Dallas... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Fred Williamson ... John Steele
Doran Ingram ... Joe Keno, Terrorist
Robin McGee ... Detective Richards
Harvey Martin ... Police Chief

Bo Svenson ... Sheriff Barnes

Benton Jennings ... Agent West
John Cadenhead ... Park Man
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Alan Ackles ... FBI Agent
Phyllis Cicero ... Rose Holly

Jennifer Kaye Evans ... Woman Passenger

Jerry Haynes ... Ben Slade

Chuck Kelley ... Cop #1 (uncredited)

Directed by
Fred Williamson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Charles Eric Johnson 
Fred Williamson 

Produced by
Marvin Towns Jr. .... producer (as Marvin Townes)
Fred Williamson .... producer
Original Music by
Mike Logan 
Cinematography by
David Blood 
Film Editing by
Doug Bryan 
Casting by
Shirley Abrams 
Sound Department
Skip Godwin .... production sound mixer
Phillip Koch .... sound recordist
Jeff Timbs .... sound
Special Effects by
Margaret Johnson .... special effects foreman
Randy E. Moore .... special effects coordinator
Tim Buchanan .... stunts
Scott Roland .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Michelle Madison .... first assistant camera
Gary Marcum .... camera operator: "a" camera
Trey Smith .... gaffer
Editorial Department
Logan Breit .... first assistant editor
Omar Godinez .... telecine colorist
Other crew
Scott Jager .... assistant to producers
Bret McCormick .... assistant to producer
C.L. Speer .... script supervisor

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Rated R for violence, sensuality and language.
90 min


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Williamson's (Hammer's) moronic film, and he can have it., 3 April 2013
Author: PeterMitchell-506-564364 from Australia

I bought this movie as a video wholesalers, along with French Pleasures. I wanted to see it. It wasn't a pleasure, more like a bloody disappointment. This is not a film I would want to be known for directing like our big guy, Hammer. Williamson playing the lead, goes undercover, working with these resentful cops, to foil this assassination by this madman/terrorist. The way the baddie dies, with a javelin pierced through his heart, is truly pathetic. Another disappointing attribute. Williamson also teams up with his old mate, Bo Svenson, where both of them did that interesting Italian cop film, 84's Deadly Impact. At least he is very and accommodating towards Williamson's arrival, to the annoyance of the other cops. The baddie's well played, a real nutter who while dining out with a prostitute, angrily corrects her enunciation, on a certain dish. This guy's a real fruitcake, in a b grade disappointment, directed by the lead, who should be hammered. Excuse the pun.

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