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The Executioner, Part II (1984)

An L.A. cop and a reporter team up to find a masked serial killer.

Director:

James Bryan

Writer:

Renee Harmon (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Mitchum ... Lieutenant Roger O'Malley
Aldo Ray ... Police Commissioner
Antoine John Mottet Antoine John Mottet ... Mike
Renee Harmon ... Celia Amherst
Dan Bradley Dan Bradley ... Big Dan
Frank Albert Frank Albert ... Pete Vance
Jim Dratfield Jim Dratfield
Bianca Phillipi Bianca Phillipi ... Laura
Frisco Estes Frisco Estes ... Antonio Casallas
Ricco Mancini Ricco Mancini ... Danny
Marisi Courtwright Marisi Courtwright ... Kitty
Bruce Barrington Bruce Barrington ... Mr. Eastbrook
Debra Martell Debra Martell ... Libby
Karen Calvert Luce Karen Calvert Luce ... Diana (as Karen Luce)
Cheryl Harmon Cheryl Harmon ... Student
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An L.A. cop and a reporter team up to find a masked serial killer.

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Be thankful it's not you he's after See more »

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

June 1984 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El ejecutor de New York See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Mono

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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The Australian release by CBL Video is cut. It is approximately six minutes shorter than the mid-80s Box Office Int release. See more »

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Referenced in The Big Box: To the Devil a Daughter (2009) See more »

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More James Bryan madness!
11 October 2008 | by udar55See all my reviews

Probably made for less than Seagal's hairpiece, this is one wild flick. A masked vigilante dubbed The Executioner by the press is running around Los Angeles. Det. Roger O'Malle (Chris Mitchum) is on the case and begins to suspect his best friend and fellow Vietnam vet Mike (Antoine John Mottet) is the killer. A subplot involves a gangster nicknamed The Tattooed Man, who has lured O'Malle's drug addicted daughter into the world of prostitution. Naturally, all of these plot lines meet in a big jumbled mess.

Now this is more like it! Bryan's LADY STREET FIGHTER nearly killed me with tedium. This blows it out of the water in terms of entertainment, thanks mostly to some dubbing that appears to have been done by the same people who helped Bryan on DON'T GO IN THE WOODS. If you've seen that film, you know how funny this can be. Thankfully, LADY star Renee Harmon continues to dub her own voice with her zick acczent. Aldo Ray pops up in a few scenes and it is obvious he was shot alone (you never see him on screen with anyone else, only in close ups). The film is technically a sequel to something that never existed, unless they were trying to cash in on Duke Mitchell's mob flick (unlikely) of the early 70s George Peppard flick by the same name (highly unlikely).

On a side note, this film may mark the turning point in Mitchum's career where he went from semi-coherent b-movies to all out madness. In the next few years, he would make insane movies like American COMMANDOS (1985), FINAL SCORE (1986), SFX RETALIATOR (1987) and FACELESS (1988).


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