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The Stranger (1995)

R | | Action | March 1995 (USA)
A female biker rides into a desert town to seek revenge on "Angel" and his ruthless gang of violent bikers.


Fritz Kiersch


Gregory Poirier
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Long Kathy Long ... The Stranger
Andrew Divoff ... Angel
Eric Pierpoint ... Sheriff Gordon Cole
Robin Lynn Heath Robin Lynn Heath ... Cordet
Ash Adams ... Deputy Steve Stowe (as Jason Adams)
Ginger Lynn ... Sally Womack (as Ginger Lynn Allen)
David Anthony Marshall ... Harvard
Nils Allen Stewart ... Jonesy
Danny Trejo ... Hawk
Faith Minton Faith Minton ... Kyra
Jeff Cadiente Jeff Cadiente ... Yeardley
Randy Vasquez ... Marcus
Billy Maddox ... Eliot Katz
Robert Winley ... Garrett Katz
Chris Pedersen ... Juniot Katz


The small town of Lakeview, Arizona has been taken over by a violent gang of bikers. The local sheriff is too afraid to do anything to stop them ever since his fiancee was murdered while trying to bring evidence against the gang to the FBI. One day, a mysterious woman, who looks exactly like the sheriff's fiancee, comes riding into town on a motorbike and starts killing members of the gang. Who is this avenging mystery woman? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Revenge Has Never Looked So Good.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for action violence, a strong sex scene and some language | See all certifications »






Release Date:

March 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Angeloi tis kolasis See more »

Filming Locations:

Coaldale, Nevada, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo


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[repeated line]
The Stranger: My name's not bitch!
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Remake of High Plains Drifter (1973) See more »


Performed by Red River
Composed by Billy Ray Martin (BMI)
Courtesy of Billy Ray Martin Music (BMI)
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Biker's Revenge!
10 November 2001 | by guil fisherSee all my reviews

This bad movie at least has a gorgeous leading lady, Kathy Long, as the stranger. Long looks magnificent in her tight black leather jeans and flowing golden locks. She also strides a motorcycle pretty well. But she is given trite dialogue to deal with. Seeking a chief biker by the name of Angel for his wrong doings[namely rape] the ultimate happens in a deserted ghost town in a sort of B movie HIGH NOONish atmosphere. Where did they find such a place? I'm curious. It truly looked deserted. Add to this melodrama, a bunch of villains, in biker gear, looking more or less like Mr. Clean, and the townsfolk looking more like Mr. Peepers [old Wally Cox TV series of a mousy professor]and you can guess the rest. Our heroine wins the battle, hands down. Along the way she hops into bed with Sheriff Cole [a nice guy played simply by Eric Pierpoint in a helpless sort of way - but, hey, he tries] even getting knocked out with one punch by our gal Kathy to keep him from harm as the gang of villains approach the town [ala Frank Miller]. Andrew Divoff provided Angel with the proper tattoos and evil grimaces. It was Robin Lynn Heath as Cordet that missed the boat. This barefooted barbie doll babe runs around in almost a dress, looking like she needs a bath. She becomes increasingly annoying as the picture progresses. Can't understand the point of this role. And I don't think the actress did either. One expression "like duh" and blank stares. That was the limit of her performance. I do believe she finally took a bath. In the end the stranger leaves town waving goodbye to our sheriff and the barefooted ragmuffin and who cares. But still a pleasure to watch Kathy Long. Hope she gets more offers to show her stuff. A perfect replacement for Sheena, if anyone's listening. Directed by Fritz Kiersch with a deft touch. You could see some artistic attempts of his work if only he had a better scenario than writer Gregory Poirier offered him. I give it 3 out of ten rating. And the 3 goes to Miss Long for being born so gorgeous.

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