During the war, Nazi agents devise a plan to kidnap British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. They will have an agent pose as Lord Buckley, who owns a large estate that Churchill frequently... See full summary »
Molly, former prostitute, has managed to leave her street life with help from Lt. Andrews. She studies law and leads a normal life. When Andrews is killed by a brutal gang, she returns to the streets as Angel to find his killers.
Molly accidentally takes a picture of a woman who turns out to be her mother, who abandoned her fourteen years ago. She tracks her down, only to find that she has another daughter, and both are connected to a dangerous crime element.
The TV version features a subplot involving the character of Nurse Turner, who's revealed to be in cahoots with the blackmailer. Moreover, Dr. Craig Cooper buries a body at the beach in the TV version. See more »
Yet another one of Carpenter's drama-disguised-as-horror flicks. Dr. Craig Cooper (Carpenter) is in a bind. He is being blackmailed because of his past (he performed illegal abortions) but thinks he can silence the blackmailers up when his girl decides to off her wealthy father and give him the money. Too bad he didn't read the will first! D'oh! This is just as dull as Carpenter's later POINT OF TERROR and again features producer/co-writer/star Carpenter prancing around without a shirt. This offers nothing really except soap opera twists mixed with some flesh. If anything, the group foresaw the 90s career of Andrew Stevens with these tawdry plot lines. Director Robert Vincent O'Neill eventually made the first two trashy ANGEL flicks in the 80s. Look for Alex Rocco in a small role as a lawyer (was he ever young?). The flick features a tacked on horror-type opening credits that are actually better than the entire movie.
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