L.A. Bounty

(1989)
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Mayor candidate Mike Rhodes is kidnapped in his own home outside of Los Angeles by unknown, masked terrorists. His wife Kelly barely survives the attempted murder on her, and is able to identify one of the kidnappers. She's placed on the police's protection list while the investigation is ongoing. Ruger, a tough and merciless bounty hunter is out on the streets avenging her partner's death. With Kelly as her bait, Ruger starts a dangerous game to bring Cavanough, a crazed crime kingpin behind the kidnapping, out of hiding.

  1. Worth Keeter

    Director

  2. Michael W. Leighton

    Screenplay

  3. Sybil Danning

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Sybil Danning

    Sybil Danning

    Ruger

  2. Wings Hauser

    Wings Hauser

    Cavanaugh

  3. Blackie Dammett

    James Maxwell

  4. Henry Darrow

    Henry Darrow

    Lt. Chandler

  5. Frank Doubleday

    Frank Doubleday

    Rand

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L.A. Bounty
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Status Released

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  • September 15, 1989
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

Budget $3,000,000.00

Revenue -

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