Seattle undercover narc Jackie Parker (Stevens) is out to bust the drug smuggling ring commanded by Philip Bianco (Danova).

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Howard Avedis (as Hikmet Avedis)

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Howard Avedis (as Hikmet Avedis)
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Connie Stevens ... Jackie Parker
Cesare Danova ... Philip Bianco
William Smith ... Carl Henrich
Norman Burton ... Chief Frank O'Brien (as Normann Burton)
John Davis Chandler ... Nicky (as John David Chandler)
Joyce Jameson ... Mary Davis
Greg Evigan ... Alan
Nick Dimitri ... Steve
Nate Long Nate Long ... Charlie
Ingrid Cedergren Ingrid Cedergren ... Suzi
Ellen Thurston Ellen Thurston ... Maria
Ray Sebastian Ray Sebastian ... Counterman
Mike Esky Mike Esky ... Dimitri
Gene White Gene White ... Big Boy
Marlene Schmidt ... Claudia Bianco
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Seattle undercover narc Jackie Parker (Stevens) is out to bust the drug smuggling ring commanded by Philip Bianco (Danova).

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She's Killed A Man, Been Shot At, And Made Love Twice Already This Evening... And The Evening Isn't Over Yet!


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Film debut of Greg Evigan. See more »

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The 80s US home video release has a new synthesizer score, replacing the original Igo Kantor-supervised musical soundtrack. See more »

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She's a polyester-clad Fed with frosted hair...
28 August 2004 | by moonspinner55See all my reviews

Bargain-basement claptrap has female narcotics agent in Seattle about to blow the whistle on international heroin ring. Two well-directed action sequences (one involving a speed-buggy, the other a helicopter) saves this tacky flick from turkey status. Connie Stevens tries hard, but her girlish voice hasn't caught up with her body (most often she sounds like she's trying to be coquettish). Her hair is a marvel though: frosted wings that do most of her acting for her. Masochists will revel in one sequence which typifies the rest: as Connie's lover is grinding away, he is murdered and Stevens, realizing there's a dead man on top of her, opens her mouth as wide as she can and screams like Fay Wray; the killer comes into the room, hauls off and slaps Screaming Connie across the face like a cheap whore. It's almost as jaw-dropping as the Statement-Making finale, which is so self-important it goes beyond cheap laughs. * from ****


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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

1 July 1978 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Race with Death See more »

Filming Locations:

Seattle, Washington, USA

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Hickmar Productions See more »
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Mono

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1.85 : 1
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