The overprotected daughter of a European millionaire feels stifled by her chaperones and asks Mike for help in eluding them so she can see the town.

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Fredericka Rojas
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The overprotected daughter of a European millionaire feels stifled by her chaperones and asks Mike for help in eluding them so she can see the town.

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26 December 1958 (USA)  »

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Mike Kovac in the eye of the storm
8 October 2010 | by (Brooklyn NY USA) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** Freelance photographer Mike Kovac, Charles Bronson, gets himself in big trouble in offering to show heiress to the Rojas billions Fredericka Rojas, Judith Braun, the poorer side of the Big Apple, New Yok City, which she's visiting. The fact that Fredericka is suffering from an acute glaucoma condition and is due to be operated on, by the best eye surgeons in the world, is totally unknown to Kovac in that it's been hidden from him and the public by her father multi billionaire and international industrialist as well as control freak Milo Rojas, Gregory Gaye.

It's later when Frederica gets lost after Kovac let her off at her swanky hotel in midtown that he's contacted by the police and Fredericka's doctor from her native country Dr. Kolberg, Ivan Triesault, who tells a shocked Kovack and his dad Anton, Ludwig Stossel, at who's apartment Fredericka was staying at what serious trouble she's in! It's now a matter of time before the pills that she has on her for her glaucoma runs out and Fredericka suffers a loss of sight where she could possibly end up killed in a car accident that she doesn't see coming!

Kovac in meeting Milo Rojas is in no way either impressed or intimidated by him. After all he's, Mike Kovac, really Charles Bronson the future take no BS from anybody big city vigilante in disguise! Kovac puts Mr. Rojas straight by telling him that he made his daughter a mental case!That's in him controlling Fredericka's life by trying to force her to marry this baron, in order for him to consolidate a business deal, whom she's in no way in love with! That has cause her to go off the deep end and even possibly,if he doesn't get to her in time, off the George Washington Bridge!

***SPOILERS*** In his own way Kovac tracks down Fredericka and prevents her from killing herself and at the same time enlightens her pop, Mr Rojas, to realize what a mess he made of her life by trying to run it. In the end Fredericka breaks off her marriage with the baron and goes back home a free and liberated woman to do what she wants without her nosy father's interference! As for Mike Kovac he gets to do an exclusive photo spread of Fredericka as well as gets a photo of him being kissed, at the airport, by her that he can now frame and hang up in his apartment to empress his friends with!


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