1976, R, 97 min. Directed by Richard Hefron. Starring Vince Cannon, Erik Estrada, Cathy Lee Crosby, Anne Archer, Karen Lamm, Jim Mitchum.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., Aug. 12, 2002

Never committed to tape or DVD, this forgotten Seventies actioner co-stars a young Erik Estrada, Cathy Lee Crosby, and Anne Archer as the supporting cast in a story about a Montana rancher who comes to L.A. to find his runaway sister, who becomes a prostitute after being gang raped.

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