A biker's brother is killed while investigating the kidnapping of a young boy, the byproduct of a war between two crime families. The biker vows to get revenge by finding the kidnapped boy and destroying the two families.
Did You Know?
The film predates First Blood
(1982), the film which introduced audiences to the John Rambo of David Morrell
by seven years. Tomas Milian
happened to read David Morrell's novel while flying from the U.S. to Rome. Loving the story he tried to talk some Italian producers into making a film out of it, with him starring as John Rambo. Nothing came of this, but he was allowed to use the Rambo moniker in the next poliziottesco he starred in, Syndicate Sadists
(1975). The film does not borrow elements from the novel, with Umberto Lenzi
stating he was more influenced by the crime films of Don Siegel
. See more
Listen, Conti; life is just one hole. You start from a hole, you feed yourself through a hole, you shit from a hole, you finish up in a hole. And the one in this barrel can put you into that last hole.
I don't believe you'd pull that trigger.
The chamber's loaded with dum-dums. If I put one in your brain, they'll have to re-paper the walls.
US unrated DVD misses about two minutes of footage: when the mother of the kidnapped boy comes home and a bunch of reporters await her, Paterno's goons searching for Rambo in a pub, two reaction shots. This omission is also present in the UK Blu-Ray Edition from 88 Films. See more
Referenced in Car Field Stories