A gang of teenage delinquents terrorize a small community by stealing cars and stripping them for parts, then selling the parts to a crooked junkyard owner. The police and an insurance company investigator set out to break up the gang.
Arch Hall Jr.,
When overconfident businessman Mitchell Barnes gets a blowout in a quaint sleepy town all seems normal until he asks the community for a helping hand...What Mitchell gets instead is an ... See full summary »
Michael S. Rodriguez
Robert Allen Mukes,
Arch Hall Jr.,
A psychotic voyeur known as "Master" satisfies his overwhelming urge to peep by building himself an Electronic Lover -- an elaborate computer-like machine that allows him to sit in front of... See full summary »
I wonder if John Wayne had to go through this to get his start.
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There are no credits of any kind for the first 8 minutes. Then, during a chase scene we see a roadside sign with the words "Spies A-Go-Go" (apparently the original title). The rest of the credits are listed on small signs in the shape of rabbits. See more »
Those dastardly Russians have come up with yet another plan to wipe out those capitalist Americans. In The Nasty Rabbit they've outfitted your common every day bunny rabbit with some nasty germs in a barrel like the St. Bernards carry schnapps while on rescue missions in the Alps. They've sent a Russian spy outfitted like a cowboy and have pinpointed a location for him, a dude ranch on the Continental Divide where he is to let the rabbit loose where presumably he will multiply because he's a rabbit and spread the germs to humans.
Michael Terr plays the spy like a bad imitation of Mischa Auer. But the US government is on to those Russian tricks. They've sent a rock and roll agent in the person of Arch Hall, Jr. who looks great, but I can act better than him. Of course Hall also has a little time for romancing the rancher's daughter played by Liz Renay. Even Richard Kiel in his pre-jaws days can't save this film or give you a reason to watch.
Run if you see this one advertised.
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