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The Legend of Wolf Lodge (1988)

Into the Fire (original title)
A waitress tries to seduce a guy and convince him to kill a person she hates, since their death would bring her a lot of money. He's not into the idea but the girl has a backup plan.

Director:

Graeme Campbell

Writer:

Jess Ballard
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Susan Anspach ... Rosalind Winfield
Art Hindle ... Dirk Winfield
Olivia d'Abo ... Liette
Lee Montgomery ... Wade Burnett
Maureen McRae Maureen McRae ... Vivian
Steve Pernie Steve Pernie ... Policeman
John Dondertman John Dondertman ... Jimmy
Alice O'Neil Alice O'Neil ... Liette's Mother
Bill Norman Bill Norman ... Liette's Father
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Storyline

Out of work and driving aimlessly, a man pulls into the "Wolf Lodge" and ends up with a job. When he wakes nightly to the sounds of icy voices and screams he decides he can no longer be an innocent bystander. Written by Anonymous

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Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 1988 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Legend of Wolf Lodge See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Liette: [looking into Wade's eyes] Bass player, huh? I'll bet you have a *great big* amplifier.
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Soundtracks

ONE MORE KISS DEAR
Music by Vangelis
Lyrics by John Anderson
Performed by Andy Thompson and Sandy Singers
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Definite plus .............. definite minus .............. let the viewer decide
30 March 2010 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

Nothing goes as planned in this twisty low budget noir. The snowy Canadian locations are a definite plus. The often times grating soundtrack is a definite minus. Seductive Susan Anspach is a definite plus. Olivia D'Abo in a tub scene, obviously wearing underwear is a definite minus. The creepy old mansion loaded with imposing stuffed wild animals is a definite plus. Lee Montgomery supposedly getting blown up with just a dynamite plunger and zero dynamite present is a definite minus. Susan Anspach's nude scenes keep "Into the Fire" from descending below mediocrity, and that is a definite plus. When you add it up however, all you are left with is a familiar plot and several nude scenes. Let the viewer decide. MERK


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