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This film's sole purpose is to cram as much stuntwork humanly possible into 89 minutes. The goons hang Billy Ray upside-down in a traveling helicopter to try to get him to reveal where he hid a fortune in diamonds that he stole from Navarro, while Carmen follows the helicopter in her Porche. The goons accidentally drop Billy Ray in a lake, so Carmen picks him up, the goons steal a car and the chase is on Why the goons didn't just chase them in the helicopter is a question better left unasked.

Bil ly Ray obliquely reveals to Carmen the location of the diamonds just before the goons shoot him dead. With no planes available again, a question better left unasked , Osborn and McKinnon must drive their uncooperative witness to their destination, while Carmen tries to decipher the mysterious clues Billy Ray gave her before he died.

That scenario becomes moot when Carmen leads her two FBI escorts to the stolen diamonds. Now, our hapless trio must fight for their lives, which includes a stop at a redneck bar where a huge fight breaks out and Drago takes Osborn hostage. McKinnon and Carmen swing into action to rescue Osborn but, during the daring rescue, McKinnon is seriously injured. Osborn and Carmen who are growing quite fond of each other make it to the pick-up point, only to discover that someone Osborn trusted has betrayed them.

With McKinnon's life hanging in the balance, Osborn and Carmen must figure a way out of this mess. It's easy to see that Stewart was cutting his teeth here, as the stunt sequences are quite good, but he has difficulty when it comes to straight dialogue scenes. Still, this is nothing more than an excuse for Stewart to give his stunt buddies an opportunity to shine, and shine they do.

Cars fly through the air, crash through motor homes, houses and explode into fireballs. There are also high falls, fire gags and gunfights galore. While the film tosses all logic out the window from the very first scene Billy Ray's modified Corvette may be a thing of over-accessorized beauty, but there is no way in hell it would ever be street legal , it's always nice to see Gregory Scott Cummins in a rare good guy role. If stunts and action are your thing, this film is a good bet.

Make sure you stay through the closing credits to see some funny outtakes involving Smith and Ross Hagen. Not Rated , but definitely R-rated material thanks to bloody violence and plentiful nudity. Richard grieco stars as Rex, a fame-seeking fast-draw killer who rides around in a red Cadillac convertable challenging cops to see who can draw their gun the quickest.

He always wins, taking the dead cops' guns and badges as souveniers. Rex contacts the interested reporter and tells her that he wants her to film his quick-draw challenge with Shepard.

After a series of double-crosses in which Shepard's partner and other cops get shot, Rex gets his wish, meeting Shepard on the beach for a showdown. Better production values than normal for a Wynorski film, it is also the first film he has done in recent memory that contains no nudity. He must be softening with age. As you can imagine, the films are a schizophrenic mess, but they're not without their own twisted entertainment value, even if it's for all the wrong reasons.

Since the Japs just trounced us at Pearl Harbor, the General tells his men that they must go to the Philippines and defeat Tojo before the country is lost forever to the yellow menace. In the film proper, a group of Filipino freedom fighters must battle the Japanese and the guerillas to maintain their territory. When the nine American soldiers agree to help the freedom fighters in their cause in a hilariously bad edit of old and new footage , but split up to do so, it gives the film an excuse to interrupt the main story every twenty minutes or so to splice in the new footage of the American soldiers firing their weapons at faceless enemy soldiers When the leader of the Japanese forces hears that the Americans sent over only nine soldiers to fight them, he says, "They're sending a mosquito to fight a buffalo!

The American soldiers, led by Cobra Frank Juhasz and Bazooka Mike Abbott , see their numbers being slowly thinned-out by a single Japanese soldier, who kills three of the squad before he is cornered and blows himself up with a grenade. The squad who act more like high school jocks than a well-trained Special Forces squad then set a trap for an advance squad of guerillas, but the guerillas spot a lit cigarette and the word "Fuck" spelled-out with piss on the ground, both left there by careless American squad members , and almost escape the trap.

Meanwhile, the Filipino freedom fighters continue to fight the Japs and their guerilla cohorts and must now blow up a bridge that is an important thoroughfare for the Jap supply line.

Can they do it? And what will become of the Americans? The dialogue, which consists mainly of exchanges like this between two American soldiers: They are the most careless and juvenile bunch of soldiers that you're ever likely to see. Since the film is set during World War II, imagine my surprise in spotting 60's-era fighter jets, helicopters and weapons prominently displayed throughout.

That's partly what makes these films so endearing. The filmmakers just don't care about things so miniscule as coherency, matching shots or keeping within the proper timeline, as long as they can turn in a film that is feature length.

People do the most asinine things at the most inopportune times, the dialogue is ridiculous and the matching of old and new footage looks to have been done by a blind man. This film has to look up just to be at ground level and that's what makes it so watchable. Never available on home video in the U. In this chapter, a squad of American soldiers hire a Filipino named Alexander Sampson in an awful example of intercutting old and new footage, the old footage being an unreleased Filipino war actioner to go undercover and join the revolutionary group The New People's Freedom Army, who are looking for new recruits to help overthrow the government.

Alexander, along with a handful of new recruits, are blindfolded and brought by boat to the Freedom Army's training camp on an island somewhere in Malaysia, where they all go through basic training by the Freedom Army's leader, Abdul.

Alexander turns out to be the most gifted of the new recruits, so after the training sessions are over, Abdul puts Alexander in charge of his own squad o f soldiers and tells him to help "carry on the cause". Alexander and his squad head for the mainland and join forces with a larger Freedom Army squad, where they plan on attacking government military outposts.

Meanwhile, in the newly-shot footage that interrupts the old footage every twenty minutes or so, a trio of American soldiers, led by the eyepatch-wearing Tom Paul John Stanners , try to rendezvous with Alexander, but are met with resistance by Commander Victor Anders Hallberg , who sends his men to kill the trio.

This leads to several scenes of gunfights and hand-to-hand combat. When the military forces attacks Alexander's camp and many Freedom Army members are killed or injured, the camp's leader believes "someone sold us down the river" and begins his search for the traitor.

Alexander finds himself in quite the conundrum when he falls in love with female Freedom Army member Terry and finds himself torn between his sense of duty and affairs of the heart. How will he resolve his problem?

Will Tom meet Commander Victor for a showdown to the death in the finale? If you've seen any of Godfrey Ho's pastiche films, I think you already know the answers. This is a particularly weak film, even for Godfrey Ho, and that's saying a lot. While there are some bloody action sequences, including Alexander scooping-up a man who just had both his arms blown off below the elbows played by an apparently real double-amputee, who looks like his stumps were dipped in stage blood , the film itself is a bloody mess and doesn't make an ounce of sense.

For one, Alexander is sent to infiltrate the People's Army and then report back to Tom, but there are already so many traitors within the group, it's hard to believe that Alexander could possibly have any new intelligence to offer. The film really bogs down during the middle section, where Alexander gets into a battle with the military and gets his kneecap blown off, which results in the amputation of his leg.

Rather than retiring and taking it easy for the rest of his life, he agrees to help Tom in another badly edited sequence of old and new footage by continuing to stay undercover at the People's Army. He simply straps-on a prosthetic leg and continues his mission, oblivious to the fact that the same people he is working for are the ones responsible for the loss of his leg! The newly-shot footage is standard Godfrey Ho fodder: People duking it out or firing guns at each other, which offers nothing to the rest of the film Although Tom repeating "Get up and fight!

I would have shot him for real on the spot! As normal for these films, the English dubbing is a hoot "Tell that to the guy way down in Hell! Border Patrol cop, and his wife Jess Jeannie Wilson. While riding a horse alone in the desert, Joe watches as crooked Border Patrol cop Jake Wheeler Gerald McRaney shoots and kills a female wetback as she tries to escape after Jake raped her. Joe and Dave go to headquarters to report the killing to Sheriff Lawrence Mitchell Wilford Brimley , but Jake is in the room and it's at this time that Joe realizes that Jake is a cop.

Joe tells Dave that Jake is the killer and when they go to the scene of the crime, the body is missing Jake had one of his cronies rebury the body in another location. With no victim to be found, it's Joe's word against Jake's and even Dave has a hard time believing it. Just to be sure, Dave has his friend Warner Warner Glenn , an expert tracker, go over the crime scene again. He finds a trail to follow and they find the girl buried in a new grave. Warner tracks the guy that reburied her and Dave arrests him, but Jake kills him with automatic sniper fire to keep him from talking.

Sheriff Mitchell begins to suspect Jake when his alibi for the girl's murder doesn't pan out, but he can't do anything without more proof among other reasons to be disclosed later. Joe and Dave cross the border to get proof of Jake's illegal women-selling business, where we learn that Sheriff Mitchell was Jake's business partner. When Jake threatens Jess' life and then kills Dave in a scene that's pretty hard to watch , a wounded Joe must find a way to bring Jake down.

Joe travels down to Mexico on a tip from a remorseful Sheriff Mitchell to get revenge the old-fashioned way, using the same shotgun to kill Jake that Jake used to kill Dave. It takes three blasts to kill Jake, but Joe seem to relish every pull of the trigger. Made during summer hiatus in , this film must have come as a shock to fans of the series, especially Parker's death at the hands of McRaney who, at the time, wasn't really known for playing bad guys He showed us much later that he would excel at it, especially on HBO's Western series DEADWOOD.

Even though Wilford Brimley gets top billing, he has very little to do here besides looking concerned and trying to atone for his sins in the end. The script, by Dennis A. Pratt who also plays the role of Connie, one of Jake's men , concentrates on Gerald McRaney's and Jack Lucarelli's who's rather bland characters, making this a study in contrasts. The gauntlet in the apartment building that Jameson Parker and Lucarelli who are both the Producers on this have to shoot their way through, resulting in Parker's death at McRaney's hands, is expertly filmed and a nail-biter.

Director Gary Grillo this is his only movie directorial credit, although he did direct an episode of Parker's and McRaney's series and was Assistant Director on many films, such as BLOODY MAMA - keeps things moving at a brisk clip and films nearly every scene with an over-abundance of dusty atmosphere. It makes you thirsty just watching it. It enjoyed this film, thanks to McRaney's badass performance and some well-staged gunfights.

Give it a try. A Lightning Video Release. I have one question that has been bothering me for years: Has Wilford Brimley ever been young and, if he was, did he come out of his mother's womb with that beard? It's apparent that Nancy has a traitor amongst her ranks, but she gets fired from her position because she was in charge of the operation. Now that Nick who for some reason is now called "Bolt" has all three cases, he still needs Nancy to open them because all the cases are rigged with bombs that will explode if not opened using the right code.

She gives up the codes rather easily, but it seems Nick really only has two of the cases and they are both the dummies. Can you guess who that will be? The version available on U. VHS is shorn of nearly twenty minutes and clocks-in at barely 72 minutes long.

Sadly, most of the missing footage seems to deal with Peter O'Brian's character, who is called "Bolt" throughout the film even though in the closing credits he's listed as "Nick Stewart". Besides the opening scene, where O'Brian is torturing a man with a machete and a hand-powered drill a huge chunk of this sequence seems to be missing, as it opens on a jarring note , we don't see much of him until the finale, which severely minimalizes his bad guy status One funny bit of dialogue has Rothrock mockingly calling him "Rambo".

There are plenty of chases, stunts, bloody bullet squib deaths including the little girl and Ms. Rothrock's high-kicking abilities, but by editing out much of the exposition scenes, this version of the film deprives fans of Indonesian insanity one of the major enjoyments of watching these films: Try to find the full version instead.

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I was awoke about the middle of the night by my wife, who came in and said: I hear people tramping, carrying something down the stairs. It was a windy night, and the noise might be caused by the gale. As I was speaking there sounded three heavy strokes as if made by a clenched fist against the partition between the bedroom and the dressing-room. Next day, so little did we think that Beatrice was in a serious condition, that we went off to make a call in Launceston.

On our return I was sitting in the drawing-room, and my wife fetched the child, who was dressed, and took her down into the library. Her coffin was carried down the staircase, as my wife had heard on the night before her death. In , the last year of the war, my youngest daughter, Mrs. Calmady-Hamlyn, with her two children and a couple of nurses came to live with me at Lew, as her husband was in Palestine and Syria.

Both nurses gave notice. They had been frightened by seeing a female form at night walking in the nursery, and stooping over the beds of the children. After that she engaged a superior Swiss nurse, who saw nothing—not being able to hear the tales of the revenant told by the other domestics.

There is a lesson here for all of us. Sperling, now of Coombe Trenchard, which was the old rectory, had her brother staying with her, Alister Grant, son of the Hon.

He did much fishing in Lew water. We had then a very pretty governess, Miss Wilson, and Alister Grant was much smitten with her. One night he went to Lew Mill to see how the pheasants were getting on, that the keeper was rearing, and sat on chatting with the keeper till late. As he returned along the road at the rear of the Avenue, parallel with it, and the moon was full, he saw a figure of a woman in white or grey, he could not say which, walking in the Avenue.

Thinking it might be Miss Wilson, he leaned over the low wall, and spoke to her: He spoke again, but there was no answer.

Then it occurred to him that we were away at Bude, and that Miss Wilson was also away for her holiday. He became frightened, and ran as fast as his legs could carry him, till he had passed Lew House. He knew well enough that not one of our servants would venture to walk in the Avenue at night.

In , a friend of mine, Mr. Keeling, a solicitor at Colchester, was staying with me at Lew. He was sitting one evening in the settle, and I in the arm-chair opposite him, in the hall. It was night and late. All at once we heard a sound as of steps issuing from the door into what is now the ballroom, behind the settle, walking the length of the hall, with a dragging sound as of a trailing silk or satin dress.

We both heard it. Keeling sprang to his feet and exclaimed: On the confines of Orchard is a gloomy valley, called the Deep Way, through which trickles a rill of water, under the shadow of a plantation and wood. The Bratton-Clovelly road plunges into it — it is the ancient Via Regia — crosses a little bridge, and scrambles up the opposite side through the gloom of the overhanging trees.

The gradient recently has been reduced by cutting down the hill and raising the road over the stream. On the side of the highway is an old mine-shaft, formerly some seven feet above the road, now level with it, and filled up. It is, or rather was, confidently asserted by Lew and Bratton people that on dark nights Madam Gould was to be seen, dressed in white, standing by the side of the stream, and that she stooped and took up handfuls of water, which she allowed to trickle down in sparkling drops through her fingers.

Sometimes she combed her long flowing hair with a silver comb; and many a Bratton man, returning from market, has seen her and has been nearly frightened out of his wits by her. In , my wife and I drove over, by invitation, to have a high tea with the rector of Bratton, Rev.

Seymour and his wife and family. There was some difficulty about the meal, and Mrs. Seymour had to apologize. Her cook had struck.

She said that she would neither boil the kettle nor cook anything for us, as Old Madam had been the cause of her brother breaking his leg.

As he was returning from Tavistock at night he had seen Old Madam at the mouth of the mine-shaft, all in white; and in his alarm, he had scrambled over the opposite hedge and had fallen and broken his leg. After some years he returned, and hiring a horse at Tavistock he rode to Galford. It was a clear, moonlight night, and as he rode through the Lew valley he noticed to the left of the road a newly ploughed field, in which a plough was standing.

On this was seated a lady in white satin, with long hair floating over her shoulders. Her face was uplifted and her eyes directed towards the moon, so that Mr.

Symonds had a full view of it. She bowed in return, and waved her hand. The man noticed the sparkle of her diamond rings as she did so.

On reaching Galford, after the first greetings and congratulations, he said to his relatives: I have seen that strange Madam Gould sitting on a plough, this time of night, looking at the moon. Symonds of Holdstrong, and it was confirmed by those at Galford. Now the moon set about 2. Symonds of Holdstrong was wont to affirm that the old Madam walked nightly between Galford and Warson over Galford Down, passing through Holdstrong farm, by the old Church path and beside a Dew pond on the down.

Symonds said that he had never actually seen her, but that over and over again he had heard the rustle of her garments as she passed him. She had been seen by some of the men at Galford standing beside the Dew pond for a moment and then sweep on her way.

Doubtless the fog that gathers over the water and replenishes the pool. Clements is a large suite with a four-poster bed. The gallery suites, St. Gertrude and Nonington have wood panelling and the romantic Merrial in the Tower House is the perfect bridal suite.

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His family home, the manor house of Lew Trenchard, near Okehampton, Devon, daughter of Joseph Sabine of Tewin, Hertfordshire and sister of the Arctic explorer . Baring-Gould, along with his friend Robert Burnard, organised the first. The Luxury Travel Bible reviews luxury hotel in Devon, England, Lewtrendchard Manor. family gathering he said 'Whose little girl are you?' to one of his own daughters, Stepping inside the 17th century Lewtrenchard Manor is like stepping Insider Secrets: The Melton room on the first floor has a large. Edward and Charlotte Baring-Gould lived at Lew Trenchard until first born The school was attended by the men as well as the boys and girls of Horbury Bridge.