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USA 1972
American International Pictures, directed by Jack Starrett

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Jim Brown;  Marlene Clark;  Stella Stevens; 

Short Summary:
Ex-Green Beret Slaughter (Brown) goes on the rampage against The Mob who killed his gangster father and mother. Blackmailed into helping the US Treasury Department into catching the boss of the Mob's operation, Slaughter takes off to Mexico. The godfather of the Mexican mob, meanwhile, is taken out by ambitious casino owner Hoffo (Rip Torn). Slaughter catches up with Hoffo, kills his henchmen, and chases him to a flaming finale out in the countryside. The film features a Billy Preston theme song but no soundtrack LP was ever issued.

Movie summary written by Whytie

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