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Enemy Gold (1993)

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Three Federal agents go in search of gold supposedly hidden by Quantrell during the Civil War after they are suspended by a corrupt official for excessive force during a drug raid. ... See full summary »

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Mark Barriere ...
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Becky Midnite
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Ava Noble (as Tai Collins)
Rodrigo Obregón ...
Santiago (as Rodrigo Obregon)
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Jewel Panther
Alan Abelew ...
Dickson
Tom Abbott ...
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Ron Browning ...
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Kym Malin ...
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Stacy Lynn Brown ...
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Angela Wright ...
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Carl Weatherly ...
Confederate Lieutenant
Don Primrose Jr. ...
Confederate Sergeant
Cassidy Phillips ...
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Three Federal agents go in search of gold supposedly hidden by Quantrell during the Civil War after they are suspended by a corrupt official for excessive force during a drug raid. Meanwhile a drug lord (Obregon) hires a hit woman (Strain) to kill the three for interfering with his operations. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Bullets, bombs and babes!

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Action | Thriller

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3 June 1994 (Japan)  »

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The first "L.E.T.H.A.L Ladies" series to not have been directed or written by Andy Sidaris, but by his son Christian Drew Sidaris. See more »

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Chris Cannon: Are you familiar with this cross-bow? It's the latest in silent assault weapons technology. The tip of this arrow explodes three seconds after penetration.
Becky Midnite: Reminds *me* of an old boyfriend...
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Followed by The Dallas Connection (1994) See more »

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Like father, like son. Kind of.
14 September 2012 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Having worked as Second Unit Director on a fair few of his father's trashy T&A action films, Drew Sidaris finally gets a crack at writing and directing his own feature, Enemy Gold, which sees a trio of government agents suspended from work by a corrupt official, discovering a stolen horde of Civil War gold while on vacation, and fighting for their lives against a vengeful Colombian drug-lord and his cohorts.

Sidaris Jr. starts afresh with new characters, a (mostly) new cast and a change of location, but doesn't exactly break new ground, using the 'hot women, guns and explosions' formula that has proved so successful for his old man; but despite his best efforts at emulating dear dad's style, Drew clearly hasn't been paying enough attention to the finer details...

Unforgivably, it is a whole 10 minutes before he gets any of his ladies naked (Andy would never have allowed that); 20 minutes have gone by before there is a gratuitous hot-tub scene; and the film is almost over by the time we get the movie's sole soft-core sex scene. Worse still, Drew offers no radio-controlled scale model action, no comedy hit-men, and no squib-tastic bullet hits.

Kudos to Drew for casting Playboy playmates Suzi Simpson and Tanquil Lisa Collins, both of whom are stunning, and also for having Julie Strain (as assassin Jewel Panther) wave a sword around by firelight, wearing nothing but a few leather straps, but pretty much everything else about this film fails to entertain, making it one of the weakest films in my Girls, Guns and G-Strings box set (so far).


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