Jay Wagner is framed by the mob and sent to prison in Mexico. His wife, Ann tries to get him out. She then turns to bush pilot Nick Colton for help. And Colton is all to eager to do it. But the men who framed Jay will do what they have to make sure he doesn't escape.Written by
The escape while buried alive theme was used in The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962) season two, episode eighteen, "Final Escape". See more »
In the helicopter training scene, Charles Bronson is suddenly wearing sunglasses when less than a second before he was not. See more »
Goddamn it you come popping in here to borrow my wife... She ain't a lawnmower!
You're right Spence, and I admit I was outta line before. I don't know where the hell I got the guts to ask your lady to pose as a whore. But I swear to you, this time it's nothing.
What do want her to do?
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This movie is just plain fun. It mixes a sense of humour with its action, not unlike television shows Simon and Simon and Magnum P.I.. And it's classy. I don't know why it hasn't found a wider audience. Check it out - but don't expect brutal violence.
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