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Savage Streets (Oct-1984)

Director: Danny Steinmann

Writers: Danny Steinmann; Norman Yonemoto

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Revenge

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Linda Blair
22-Jan-1959   Head spins in Exorcist
Linnea Quigley
27-May-1958   Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
John Vernon
24-Feb-1932 1-Feb-2005 Dean Wormer in Animal House
Carole Ita White
24-Aug-1949   Big Rosie on Laverne and Shirley


Review by anonymous (posted on 8-Aug-2005)

I saw this movie on it's release and was blown away, not by the movie its self but by the sound track. It featured several songs by Australian John Farnham. Although very well known in his homeland, he had very little international exposure ( Later joined "The little river band" ) John Farnham went on to became Australia's highest selling solo artist and one of the counties best live showman. Also was named Austalian of the year. The Movie Just sit back and enjoy a product of its own time. Like Bromson in "Death Wish", Bruce Lee in "Enter The Dragon" or a million other revenge movies we're taken for an impossible ride by an actor (Linda Blair) who offers so much and delivers so little. Like a "Spaggeti Western" in a big city look past what doesn't work and enjoy the music, enjoy the girl and enjoy the movie for what it is an example of a very popular movie style in the late 70's early 80's Sadly this film came at the end of an era. or did it ?

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