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The further adventures of the lone samurai Hawk, as he continues his battle to defeat the evil Pharaoh, Saint Offender and the Black Knight. Guided by his Psychic, Hawk ultimate defeats his adversaries and brings order to the universe.
After a nuclear war, the survivors are divided between horribly mutated beings who live on desolate reservations and fertile women who are searching for scarce virile men in order to multiply and start a new human society.
A B-movie classic with Kathleen Kinmont, Elizabeth Kaitan, and other actors who just give terrific performances to a movie with a limited budget. Without Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan this movie would have failed to keep me interested. The other "Roller Blade," movies which I have seen were not very appealing to say the least, but this one has a spectacular script--which is simple...yet profound. I hoped that Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan would have teamed up in future sequels, but that did not happen; instead other actors were used, and the appeal just dropped for me. Although I have seen other Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan movies that the both of them have made "Roller Blade Warriors: Taken By Force," is the classic I will remember them by the most.
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