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The Dallas Connection (1994)

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Assassins led by Black Widow are out to kill Antonio Morales to prevent him from handing a computer chip over to IWAR headquarters. It's up to secret agents Chris Cannon, Mark Austin, and ... See full summary »

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Mark Barriere ...
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Antonio Morales (as Rodrigo Obregon)
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Samantha Maxx (as Sam Phillips)
Julie K. Smith ...
Wendy Hamilton ...
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Roland Marcus ...
Nicholas Lang
Cassidy Phillips ...
Platter Puss
Ron Browning ...
Ron
Tom Abbott ...
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Alan Krier ...
Jean Pierre
William Fain ...
Peter Vandermeer
Betty Jo LeBrun ...
Mrs. Vandermeer
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Assassins led by Black Widow are out to kill Antonio Morales to prevent him from handing a computer chip over to IWAR headquarters. It's up to secret agents Chris Cannon, Mark Austin, and Samantha Maxx to stop them. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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2 September 1994 (Japan)  »

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Dallas Connection  »

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Trivia

The second "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. The first is Enemy Gold (1993). See more »

Goofs

When Samantha is on the airplane with Nicholas, he explains to her that they work for the International World Arms Removal, but he incorrectly calls IWAR an anagram when it is really an acronym. See more »

Quotes

Mark Austin: I'd like to suck the polish off your toes.
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Connections

Followed by L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach (1998) See more »

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Pretty ladies, bad flick
1 August 2000 | by (Nova Scotia, Canada) – See all my reviews

If you've seen one Sidaris flick (even those directed by his son), I think you've seen 'em all. Bullets, babes, explosions. All in a day's work and the Dallas Connection is no different. The story is downright dumb, the production values are on the low side and the budgetary restrains keep the action scenes short and terminally unexciting. The only real value (like most Sidaris flicks) are the women on display. Supplied here by Playmate Wendy Hamilton and former Penthouse Pets Julie Strain, Samantha Phillips and Julie K. Smith (one woman who seriously makes me drool). Her cowgirl grind in the club and the hot tub scene easily take top honors.

Take away the sad attempt at action and this is a glorified T&A flick for the guys. You know this, I know this. So final verdict, unless you're willing to withstand a hokey movie the likes of only the Sidaris name can make in pursuit of seeing some pretty ladies (or your a fan of Julie K. Smith), you're best to stay away. Don't say I didn't warn you otherwise.


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