A wealthy and womanizing businessman gets into trouble when he decides to give a fur coat as a birthday present to one of his two girlfriends. His clumsy chauffeur and his attractive ... See full summary »
In Los Angeles, the rookie Detective Paul McAnn teams up with the veteran Detective Leo Kessler to investigate the murder of Betty Johnson and her boyfriend that were stabbed by a naked serial-killer in a park. Detective Kessler recognizes the victim, who lived in the same neighborhood many years ago and childhood friend of his daughter Laurie Kessler. The killer Warren Stacy goes to the funeral and overhears Betty's father telling Detective Kessler that his daughter had a diary. Warren breaks in Betty's apartment and stabs and kills her roommate Karen Smalley trying to find the diary. But Karen had already delivered the journal to Detective Kessler. Leo Kessler is sure that Warren is the serial-killer and her plants a false evidence in his apartment. However, Warren's defense lawyer presses Detective McAnn accusing him of perjury and Warren is released. Now the Warren is stalking Laurie to revenge against her father.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
At one point, Warren Stacy (Gene Davis) picks up a police radio, and it reads: "Code 6, Florence and Normandie". Nine years later, the largest riot in Los Angeles' history, also known as "The Rodney King Riots", would break out at that very same inter-section. See more »
Instead of simply losing his job, Kessler would have been immediately arrested and charged for planting evidence. See more »
Go ahead, arrest me. Take me in. You can't punish me. I'm sick. You can't punish me for being SICK! All you can do is lock me up. But not forever. One day I'll get out. One day I'll get out. That's the law! That's the law! That's the LAW! And I'll be back! I'll be BACK! And you'll hear from me! You and the WHOLE FUCKING WORLD!
No, we won't.
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In Australia in December of 1993, MGM Home Video re-released this film, however, they accidentally used the TV master, and a result, much of the language, violence and nudity has been removed. Subsequently, in all of the murders, Gene Davis wears underpants. No replacement tapes were ever sent out. See more »