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Angels (1976)

R | | Comedy, Fantasy | April 1976 (USA)
A bizzare and funny movie about the mysterious ways in which God sometimes works.

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Cast

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Drew Abrams ...
Leon DeWilde
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Tex
Keith Berger ...
Ray
Marquita Callwood ...
Lulu
David Bryant ...
God
Gus Thomas ...
Leonard (as Mark Suben)
Dan McCarthy ...
Arthur
Joan Adelman ...
Patty
Jeanne Teller ...
Maisie
Darsea Lauren ...
Lilitha
Robert Hazelton ...
Ramon DeWilde
Cassandra Danz ...
Leon's Mother
Clyde Burton ...
Punk in Locker Room
Jimmy Vaughn ...
Clerk in Pleasure Chest
Toni Amber ...
Girl in Pleasure Chest
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Leon, the "world's most controversial artist," is in trouble. God, who works in mysterious ways through his angels, has decided that it's Leon's time to pass on. Two angels try to help Tex, a crazed maniac, kill Leon, his assistant Ray, and his girlfriend Lulu. Not only does God work in mysterious ways, but he also has an odd sense of humor. Written by The Dude <mezzodon@yahoo.com>

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Death is music to their ears. See more »

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Comedy | Fantasy

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R
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God: People die to become angels.
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"Angels on the Run"

This film is a superb oddity released by the master of the Exploitation genre Harry Novak.

God needs new help, and the small ad's dont yield up many takers, so he sends down a group to his best to kill and return with fresh Angels and to do it by any means at hand. They use cars, guns and all manner of gadgets to up the roll call "upstairs"

"People Die to become Angels" God says (and god is Black) and he is just helping them along, God in this case is a well dressed and well mannered young man, with a slight sadistic bent. But hey he is God and he can do what he likes, cant he?

A great role by Vincent Schavelli tops of this superb oddity that should not be missed, a highly neglected 70's classic


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