Directed by Harley Cokliss
Ex-cop! Ex-CIA! Ex-plosive! Burt Reynolds (White Lightning) is back as Richard Malone, an ex-CIA agent looking to leave his past behind him and start a new life in the Pacific Northwest. But his dreams of living the quiet life soon goes up in smoke when he stumbles onto a military conspiracy led by a local millionaire and rightwing zealot, played to sinister perfection by Cliff Robertson (Three Days of the Condor). Add Lauren Hutton (Gator) as Malone's ex-partner and lover! her next CIA assignment is to snuff Malone. Harley Cokliss (Black Moon Rising) wonderfully directs the fast-paced adventure yarn filled with suspense and romance. The stellar cast includes Cynthia Gibb (Modern Girls), Kenneth McMillan (Dune) and Scott Wilson (In Cold Blood) with a screenplay by Christopher Frank (The Hurried Man) based on the novel "Shotgun" by William Wingate.
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