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Danger Zone III: Steel Horse War (1990)

An outlaw-biker named Reaper battles an ex-lawman named Wade Olsen while searching the desert for a cache of gold buried by renegade Confederate soldiers.

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Douglas Bronco
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Credited cast:
Denise Ames Denise Ames
Giles Ashford Giles Ashford ... Buford
Dante Burry Dante Burry ... Leonard
Andres Carranza Andres Carranza ... Harlan
Rusty Cooper Rusty Cooper ... Tester
Kari French Kari French
Richard Hemminger Richard Hemminger
J.T. Maguire J.T. Maguire
Cole S. McKay
J.P. Mullarkey J.P. Mullarkey ... Catfish
Susan Para ... Cindy
Robert Random ... Grim Reaper
Juanita Ranney Juanita Ranney ... Skin
Jeff Rector ... Wyman
Barne Wms Subkoski Barne Wms Subkoski ... Rainmaker
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An outlaw-biker named Reaper battles an ex-lawman named Wade Olsen while searching the desert for a cache of gold buried by renegade Confederate soldiers.

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Action

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 1990 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

De feu et d'acier See more »

Filming Locations:

Trona, California, USA

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Follows Danger Zone II: Reaper's Revenge (1989) See more »

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A "B" movie - bikers, babes, and buried gold
1 June 2003 | by dinky-4See all my reviews

A good movie to watch with a blonde in one hand and a bottle of beer in the other. It's loosely a sequel to a pair of earlier "Danger Zone" movies but this one stands well enough on its own. The setting is a desolate stretch of desert (filmed near Trona, California) where a band of renegade Confederates may have buried a supply of gold during the Civil War. Modern-day criminal "Grim Reaper" kills two cops as he rounds up his old motorcycle-gang to find the gold. His nemesis, an ex-lawman named Wade Olsen, tries to thwart him. Thrown into the mix are some swimsuit models and a bevy of college girls on an archaeological dig.

Jason Williams (who put the "flesh" into "Flesh Gordon") pushes the laconic he-man myth a bit too hard but he's an adequate hero and grits his teeth nicely while being dragged behind a motorcycle. Bob Random also suffices as the villain and the horsewhipping he gives a fellow biker is far more vivid than the one shown in the first "Danger Zone."

Juanita Ranney returns as the aptly-named "Skin."


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