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Bloodfist VII: Manhunt (1995)

Jim Trudell is a man pursued. Branded a cop-killer, he must fight simply to stay alive, and to clear his name - with the very police who framed him.

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Jim Trudell (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)
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Stephanie Williams
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Johnny Marvosa
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Captain Doyle
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Shelley Zydowski
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Tubbs
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Stanton
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Fletcher
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D. T
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Runyon
Rick Dean ...
Lurch
Steven Kravitz ...
Weener
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Agent Donovan
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Jim Trudell is a man pursued. Branded a cop-killer, he must fight simply to stay alive, and to clear his name - with the very police who framed him.

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Rated R for brutal martial arts violence, some bloody shootings, a scene of sexuality and strong language | See all certifications »
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This film was not part of the Bloodfist franchise when originally released in the United States. It debuted on video with the title "Manhunt". It was later released on video and DVD in the U.S. with the new title "Bloodfist VII: Manhunt." See more »

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Followed by Bloodfist VIII: Trained to Kill (1996) See more »

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A bit better than part 6
11 February 2011 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

"Bloodfist 7" is a little better than the previous entry in the series. It doesn't look as cheap, for one thing, because it's mostly shot on location instead of shabby sets. Some of the locations are interesting, showing the real run down side of Los Angeles. And actor Steven Williams does well as the chief detective on the case. Still, it's not a movie you should actively seek out. There's a lot less martial arts in the movie than you'd think, with a long middle portion where there are ZERO martial arts on display. And the martial arts fighting is pretty disappointing, with rapid cuts and unspectacular choreography. However, female viewers (and a few male viewers) will no doubt enjoy the multiple times that Don Wilson takes off his shirt. I'll see you again when I review "Bloodfist 8"!


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