Scientists in charge of a sophisticated, state-of-the-art, military satellite are being assassinated. It's up to a team of federal agents to protect the last surviving scientist able to activate the satellite.


Christian Drew Sidaris (as Drew Sidaris)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Penhall ... Chris Cannon
Mark Barriere Mark Barriere ... Mark Austin
Julie Strain ... Black Widow
Rodrigo Obregón ... Antonio Morales (as Rodrigo Obregon)
Samantha Phillips ... Samantha Maxx (as Sam Phillips)
Julie K. Smith Julie K. Smith ... Cobra
Wendy Hamilton Wendy Hamilton ... Scorpion
Gerald Okamura ... Fu
Roland Marcus Roland Marcus ... Nicholas Lang
Cassidy Phillips Cassidy Phillips ... Platter Puss
Ron Browning Ron Browning ... Ron
Tom Abbott Tom Abbott ... Tom
Alan Krier Alan Krier ... Jean Pierre
William Fain William Fain ... Peter Vandermeer
Betty Jo LeBrun Betty Jo LeBrun ... Mrs. Vandermeer


Throughout the world, esteemed scientists are assassinated right before a major scientific convention in Dallas. Without a doubt, this killing spree has to do with the upcoming International World Arms Removal project, a sophisticated, state-of-the-art satellite system which has the ability to detect any weapons however big or small, under the most difficult weather conditions. For fear of being targeted, scientist Antonio Morales asks for the Agency's protection while on his way to Dallas, a job for Special Agent Samantha Maxx. As Dr Morales plays a key role in the full operational capacity of the IWAR system, he must be protected at all costs, however, can Agent Maxx stop Black Widow's assassins? Written by Nick Riganas

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Spies, Thighs, Bikinis and Bullets!




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The tenth installment in the "L.E.T.H.A.L Ladies" series, sharing most of its cast with Enemy Gold (1993), although it is unclear whether it is intended as a classic sequel or a sort of remake of that film; notably, actors Julie Strain, Rodrigo Obregón, and Cassidy Phillips reappear as villains but play different characters, and the primary heroes worked with different colleagues in that film, for what is apparently a different (and unidentified) government agency. See more »


The black Mercedes sedan has European wheel covers and two license plates in France vs. the one license and U.S. wheels on the model used at the house and the airport hanger. See more »


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Three down - one to go (#10)
25 May 2008 | by unbrokenmetalSee all my reviews

This is the 10th out of my 12 reviews for the works of Andy Sidaris, in chronological order. He let his son direct here and is credited for executive producer only. Nevertheless, „The Dallas Connection" (aka „Deadworks" in Europe) is one of the best of the „Lethal Ladies" series! The story goes like this: 4 scientists share a secret. Three beautiful ladies bring an amusing death to 3 of these scientists. For example, one of them explodes after seeing Wendy Hamilton in a very short skirt on the golf course... a perfectly normal reaction, I thought. ANYWAY, Morales (Rodrigo Obregon) is the fourth scientist who now needs to be protected from these assassins played by Julie Strain, Julie K. Smith and Wendy Hamilton. Samantha Phillips, Bruce Penhall and Mark Barriere play the good guys. The story is told straight ahead, with less fillers than a few others of the series, basically there is just one unnecessary scene in the restaurant when Samantha seduces Morales, though only in his daydream. Julie Strain gets a sweet line they even used for the trailer: „Rape these bitches and kill them... I know I would". Make a list of all other actresses who could say that like they mean it - on a postcard.

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