Heath arrives in a dying desert town, only to find himself a visitor in a madhouse. His hosts are five deranged people who play bizarre and deadly games with their infrequent guests. ... See full summary »

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Heath arrives in a dying desert town, only to find himself a visitor in a madhouse. His hosts are five deranged people who play bizarre and deadly games with their infrequent guests. Heath's role in their hellish fantasy: the accused--on trial for rape and murder. Written by Anonymous

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7 April 1969 (USA)  »

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Leslie Nielsen and John Carradine
10 December 2013 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Town of No Exit" is certainly an appropriate title for this entry, essentially a solo adventure for Lee Majors' Heath Barkley, with only two brief appearances from Richard Long's Jarrod, who need not have bothered at all. Arriving in a deserted ghost town occupied by just five lunatics, Heath finds himself under arrest and facing death, trumped up charges such as theft, rape and murder. The leader is Sgt. Major Earl Conway (Leslie Nielsen), complete with Irish accent, who had deserted Her Majesty's army after committing a murder; there is Elias Brown, attorney at law (John Carradine), who presides as judge for the duration; Pete Haunch (Robert Donner), bailiff and hangman, who digs all the graves; Quita Gomez (Lorri Scott), who tries to convince Heath that she is pregnant and needs his help; and sexy Maggie Delaney (Diana Ewing), endlessly flirting, even bathing nude in front of Heath. Leslie Nielsen is certainly in his element, while Diana Ewing shows why STAR TREK fans will never forget the memorable impression she made on Spock in "The Cloud Minders." Bearded John Carradine is his usual scene stealing self, hamming it up with his gavel, in a far more substantial role than he had on that year's BONANZA, "Dead Wrong."


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