Starring Brian Patrick Butler, George Jac and directed by Tony Olmos. An ex-con trying to find work in a new Depression is lured back to a life of crime, but his gang passes the point of no return once they become fugitives.
A corrupt customs official joins forces with a vicious gangster to form the most powerful crime partnership in Busan.
This high-powered action flick follows kickboxing champion Johnny Rider, who quits the ring after accidentally killing an opponent but is forced to employ his skills again to avenge the death of his brother at the hands of crime boss Rod Sparks (Nicholas Hill). After infiltrating Rod's gang, Johnny is targeted himself by Bill Williams (Ron Hall), a cop seeking revenge for the death of his own brother -- the fighter killed by Johnny.
In this western, the hero takes a Mexican vacation, gets caught up in a revolutionary plot with the powerful owner of a hacienda, and falls in love with the rancher's daughter all at the same time.
Captain Alan Gaskell sails the perilous waters between Hong Kong and Singapore with a secret cargo: a fortune in British gold. That's not the only risky cargo he carries; both his fiery mistress and his refined fiancee are aboard!
A notorious Mexican bandit goes all soft and mushy when he falls for a beautiful senorita. Warner Bros.' Captain Thunder contains some of the darndest Mexican accents you've ever heard in your life. The star is Hungarian-born Victor Varconi, portraying a legendary south of the border outlaw who tries to force Canadian senorita Fay Wray to marry a rival rustler whom she despises. She pleads with the bandito so pathetically that he is moved to grant her a single wish. Without hesitation she chooses her poor but true love. The bandit king, being a somewhat honorable fellow grants the wish and without a twitch, guns down the wicked cattle thief. Fortunately the film was played for comedy, a wise decision since it probably would have garnered laughs as a straight drama anyway.