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Rage of Honor (1987)

R | | Action, Drama | February 1987 (USA)
Tanaka, a DEA agent, and his partner Ray are after a bunch of drug dealers. But they are betrayed by an insider and Ray is killed. Tanaka follows the culprit, a sadistic drug lord, down to Argentina.

Director:

Gordon Hessler

Writers:

Robert Short (screenplay), Wallace C. Bennett (screenplay) (as Wallace Bennett) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shô Kosugi ... Shiro Tanaka
Lewis Van Bergen ... Havlock
Robin Evans ... Jennifer Lane
Gerry Gibson Gerry Gibson
Charles Lucia ... Dick (as Chip Lucia)
Richard Wiley Richard Wiley ... Ray Jones
Carlos Estrada
Ulises Dumont
Theodore McNabney Theodore McNabney ... (as Ted McNabney)
Alan Amiel Alan Amiel
Armando Capo ... Juan (as Armando Caro)
Marlee Jepson Marlee Jepson ... Girl in Convertible
Alejo Apsega Alejo Apsega ... Killer in Hotel
Ezequiel Ezquenazi Ezequiel Ezquenazi ... Killer in Hotel (as Ezequiel Ezkenazi)
Eric Seward Eric Seward ... Desk Clerk
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Tanaka, a DEA agent, and his partner Ray are after a bunch of drug dealers. But they are betrayed by an insider and Ray is killed. Tanaka follows the culprit, a sadistic drug lord, down to Argentina.

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When just getting even is not enough! See more »

Genres:

Action | Drama

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »

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Goofs

When the arrow is shot into the rope ahead of Shiro Tanaka, several views of the rope and arrow and Shiro Tanaka in the same frame show the arrow is actually tied to the rope on the side away from the camera. Then in closeup it is suddenly sticking through the rope and the rope is cut and breaking. See more »

Alternate Versions

The 1987 UK video release was cut by 25 secs and lost all footage of nunchaku and throwing stars. See more »

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Referenced in Best of the Worst: Our DVD and Blu-ray Collection (2019) See more »

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better than Pray for Death, Shô Kosugi's previous film
14 April 2011 | by disdressed12See all my reviews

this Shô Kosugi movie is better than his previous movie,Pray for Death.at least i think it is.the acting is better,there's more of a story,and the fight sequences are much better.this one is also faster paced.and there's a bit of intrigue,which Pray for Death didn't have.it doesn't have any slow moments.of course it still has the usual two dimensional characters,and it's still not his best movie,but it's definitely watchable.i would watch it again.it's still a revenge flick at it's core though,as most of Shô Kosugi's movies are.but it should keep you entertained for just over ninety minutes,especially if you're a Shô Kosugi fan.for me,Rage of Honor is a 6/10


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Country:

Argentina | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

February 1987 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Way of the Ninja See more »

Filming Locations:

Argentina See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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