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Policía de narcóticos (1986)

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Valentín Trujillo ...
Julian Carrera
Rodolfo de Anda ...
Antonio Farcas
Angélica Chain ...
La Albina
Sergio Goyri ...
Roberto Rojas
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Licensiado de la Parra
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El Ejecutor
Rojo Grau ...
El Francotirador
Arturo Alegro ...
Agente Perez
José Chávez ...
El Veterinario
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Ramiro Ramírez ...
Largo
Marcelo Villamil ...
El Embajador
Emmanuel Haro Villa ...
El Comentarista
Luis Guevara ...
El Detenido
Héctor Reynoso ...
Sr. Rosas Priego
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31 July 1986 (Mexico)  »

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Occupational Killer  »

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Guns, guns, guns!
26 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

Two cops are trying to bust a drug ring that is shipping cocaine to the US inside of corpses. To make matters worse, our leads are always two steps behind a vigilante killer who is offing all of the bad guys with a shotgun (and the problem there is?). Mexico has produced a lot of exploitation cinema (Mexploitation?) but it is rare to find one that was dubbed into English like this one. This is a really enjoyable cop film with such an emphasis on bloody violence that it reminds me of the 70s Italian crime films. Hell, the idea of killing a kid and stuffing his corpse with bundles of cocaine is straight out of the Henry Silva sleaze-fest CRY OF A PROSTITUTE. Naturally, the Mexicans one up the Italians by having the kid's intestines fed to dogs. The only thing missing here is a car chase. Sure the opening credits highlight one, but I suspect it was from an earlier cop film starring lead Valentin Trujillo.


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