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Revenge for a Rape (1976)

Three men attack and rape a man's wife while on a camping trip. The man takes it upon himself to track them down.

Director:

Timothy Galfas

Writers:

Yabo Yablonsky (teleplay), Albert S. Ruddy (story)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Mike Connors ... Travis Green
Robert Reed ... Sheriff Paley
Tracy Brooks Swope ... Amy Green
Larry Watson Larry Watson ... Cooper
Deanna Lund ... Raleigh
Jock Livingston Jock Livingston ... Curly
Glenn R. Wilder ... Chuck (as Glenn Wilder)
Roger Dressler Roger Dressler ... Dr. Bird
Shirley Barclay Shirley Barclay ... Nurse
Joe Austin Joe Austin ... Postmaster Farley
Campbell Lane ... Gas Station Attendant (as Cam Lane)
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Three men attack and rape a man's wife while on a camping trip. The man takes it upon himself to track them down.

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When This Man's Wife Is Viciously Assaulted, He Takes The Law Into His Own Hands!

Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 1976 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Vengeance aveugle See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This TV movie reunited Mike Connors and Robert Reed. Both appeared on Mannix (1967). Connors, of course played Joe Mannix, while Reed played recurring character Adam Tobias, a police contact and friend of Mannix. See more »

Soundtracks

There's Nothing Greater Than Our Love
Lyrics by Larry Kusik
Music by Mike Curb
Sung by Al Martino
Through Courtesy of Capitol Records
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Why! Why!
2 November 2014 | by kapelusznik18See all my reviews

****SPOILERS**** Tough guy star of the TV series "Mannix" Mike Conners is the sweet & kindly archaeologist Travis Green sporting an Elvis Presley, when Elvis was still around, look who turned homicidal when things went bad for him. That's when his pregnant wife Amy, Tracy Brooks Swope, was brutally gang raped by a trio of scuzzy looking mountain men while he was out in the woods taking pictures of nature. With a very stretchy description of the men who raped her Travis goes on his own to exact justice on them leaving the local Sheriff Paley, Robert Reed, and his deputies behind in the cold.

Tracking down the men whom he thinks raped his wife Travis spots one of them-described as the fat guy with the white feather in his cap-Curly played by Jock Livingston and after trying to bring him back alive to face Justice ends up killing him when he resisted. That with the befuddled Curly thinking that Travis was some kind of deranged lunatic who escaped from a nearby sanitarium. Not just satisfied in doing in Curly Travis now tasting first blood goes after Curly's two friends investment broker Cooper, Larry Weston, and doctor and urologist Chuck, Glenn R. Wilder, who like their late friend Curly think that he's some kind of nut who escaped from a loony bin.

****SPOILERS**** It was Sheriff Paley who had earlier with his team of deputies captured Travis wife's, who positively identified them, actual rapists but with him jumping the gun and going out on his own Travis doesn't realized that he killed or better yet murdered three innocent men! A crime far worse then what was committed against his wife that he ,in his confused state of mind, accused them of and punished them for! A crime that he'll have to live with and pay for, with Sheriff Paley about to arrest him at the end of the movie, for the rest of his life.


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