When a gang member is killed, it signals a turf war between two rival street gangs. Meanwhile, two youths locate a missing crate of guns and decide to sell them to the gang members.

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Michael Kearney ...
Rudy Hale
Richard O'Brien ...
Carl Hendrix
Lonny Chapman ...
Mr. Hale
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Eddie Griffin
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Paul Binyon
Michael Mullins ...
Buddy Winston
Richard Stanley ...
Rick Jennings (as G. Richard Stanley)
Evan C. Kim ...
Jack Kwan (as Evan Kim)
Laurence Haddon ...
Inspector Wilkins
Buck Young ...
Mr. Preston
Jason Laskay ...
Lester Morrow
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George Chang (as Kee Cheung)
Dick McGarvin ...
Pete Crawford
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When a gang member is killed, it signals a turf war between two rival street gangs. Meanwhile, two youths locate a missing crate of guns and decide to sell them to the gang members.

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Every kid you turn straight is one I don't have to bust
14 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS**** Former gang banger and now community activist as well as car-wash manager Eddie Griffin, Greg Morris, is trying to prevent a gang war between the Dragons and the Kingman. That's after one of the Dragons was murdered by Kingsman head man and war chief Buddy Winston,Michael Mullians, for not paying respect as well as cash to him and his gang for muscling on their pot dealing racket. It's Buddy that found out that teenager's Rudy Hale & Paul Binyon, Michael Kearney & Barry miller, hijacked a shipment of military hardware-M 16's and .45 automatics-off the San Francisco docks and shakes them down to get the weapons so he and his gang would have the firepower to send the Dragon's straight to kingdom come!

Our heroes in all this Det. Let. Mike Stone, Karl Malden, and his partner Inspector Steve Keller, Michael Douglas, get the lowdown to what's about to come down from scared out of his wits security guard Carl Hendrix,Richard O'Brien, after Buddy and his boys worked him over for ratting them out to the police in Dragon member George Chang, George Cheung, murder as well as connecting him to the stolen guns.

****SPOILERS**** It's car wash manager Eddie Griffin who drops a dime, in calling the police, in getting Det. Let. Mike Stone and Inspector Keller as well as a squad of San Francisco's finest-the SFPD- to the scene in order to prevent the gang war between the Dragons and their allies the Centurions with the Kingsmen from going viral. Buddy who was more then ready to shoot it out turned yellow, when his gang members in seeing the police come on the scene checked out, and ran for his life dropping the M-18 he had on him which he didn't quite, not being in the US Army, know how to handle. Now facing Juvenal court and a 2 to 5 year stretch behind bars Buddy can finish his education in getting a high school diploma and, after his release from prison, become a productive, in washing cars at Eddie Griffin's car-wash, as well as law abiding citizen!


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