TRAPPED IN VIETNAM, TORTURED AND BEATEN, STILL HE FIGHTS.
Captain Henry Morris (David Warbeck) is serving a tour of duty in Vietnam; his new mission is to blow up a Vietcong radio station. You get what you expect from this Italian exploitation flick. The deaths are messy to a ridiculous degree, the acting is terrible (with unintentionally funny consequences), and the dialogue just as cheesy as the music score. What makes matters worse is that the filmmakers seem to have serious intentions but only end up making the movie a snoozefest.
1980-Italy. 95 min. Color. Widescreen. Directed by Antonio Margheriti. Cast: David Warbeck (Henry Morris), Tisa Farrow (Jane Foster), Tony King (George Washington), Bobby Rhodes, Margit Evelyn Newton, John Steiner.
Trivia: Original title: L’ultimo cacciatore. The movie was originally intended to be an independent “sequel” to The Deer Hunter (1978).