In a suicide mission during the American Civil War, two soldiers discover gold which will bury on the root of a big tree, somewhere deep in the woods. More than a century later, three Federal agents in the same forests are on a mission to bust a drug-manufacturing operation run by the ruthless criminal kingpin, Santiago, and his men; however, an unexpected complication will lead to their suspension. Out of sheer luck, the operatives unearth the hidden treasure while on vacation--and from that point on--trouble ensues, as Santiago along with a duplicitous corrupt agent and his deadly personal assassin, Jewel Panther, will hunt them down, one by one. But, can brute force alone stop the expert and lethal agents?
Bullets, bombs and babes!
Did You Know?
The link between this film and the others in the "L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies" series is obscure if the film is viewed by itself; although several actors also appear in prior installments, they play different characters, and the name of the agency for which the heroes work is never made clear in this film. The film's connection to the L.E.T.H.A.L. universe is established retroactively in subsequent installments with the introduction of the character Cobra, played by Julie K. Smith
in this film's nominal sequel, The Dallas Connection
(1994); Cobra is later revealed to be a L.E.T.H.A.L. Force agent in Day of the Warrior
(1996) and L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach
(1998). See more
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