Directed by Richard T. Heffron
Cathy Lee Crosby
A rancher’s sister (Karen Lamm; Thunderbolt and Lightfoot) with big dreams runs away from her Montana home to Los Angeles. However, she is soon abducted and sold to a pimp in a slavery ring and taken in by one of his hookers (Anne Archer; Fatal Attraction, Hero at Large, Green Ice). Her brother, Jim Calhoun (Jim Mitchum, Blackout, Maniac!, Moon Runners) comes to the city to find her, and when the police is not helpful, Jim gets help from a social worker (Cathy Lee Crosby; The Dark, Coach, TV’s That’s Incredible) and a street kid (Erik Estrada, TV’s CHiPs, Lightblast, The New Centurions) . They take the law into their own hands in this exciting 1976 action classic directed by Richard T. Heffron (I, the Jury)! Now see it in a brand new 2020 HD master.
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