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The main character was from in High Mountain Rangers (1987). In this spin-off, Jesse Hawkes and his two sons are in San Francisco, California, where they fight crime with theIr high mountain experience.
A retired Agent from an Intelligence Agency is contacted by the Agency in order to stop an ultra-secret robot that is killing some government officials. That will be not an easy task, because the robot looks human and it was specifically built to be an efficient killer, not to mention that it is almost invulnerable.Written by
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The agency helicopter used in the production is a Bell 206B JetRanger (serial number 2615, Registration N250CA). This same aircraft is seen in other productions quite often. See more »
Although it was stated Golem needed a 220 volt outlet to recharge, he is seen connecting to a 120 volt duplex outlet in the hotel room. Only when he disconnects, the close up shows him disconnecting from a 220 volt type outlet. See more »
Fairly unremarkable TV movie influenced by The Terminator
An ex-CIA operative is convinced by his old boss to return to action one last time to help track down a rogue agent who is going around killing people connected with the Agency. The only trouble is that the said agent is seemingly a lethally designed cyborg.
This is a mid-80's TV movie, so it's probably fair to say that expectations should be lowered accordingly. Seeing as it was released in 1986, it's only fair to surmise that it derives much of its influence from the recent smash hit film The Terminator. Obviously, it's a very poor man's Terminator though. But its combination of sci-fi with paranoid political intrigue was not such a bad concoction to be fair. It's delivered with just enough effort to ensure it's watchable. But it's best to accept in advance that the thrills on offer in this one are of the bargain basement variety.
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