Jungle Warriors (1984)
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This routine actioner is about several models caught in a South American jungle battle between drug lords and drug busters. Cesar (Paul L. Smith) and Don Vito (John Vernon) are about to conclude a cocaine deal in Peru, and a drug enforcement agent is about to bust both men by sending a secret agent, disguised as a model, into the jungle with several other models, a photographer (Nina Van Pallandt), and their manager (Marjoe Gortner). Cesar shoots down the plane carrying the models, captures them alive and unharmed, and keeps them imprisoned where they are tortured by his evil sister (Sybil Danning). Just as everything looks the darkest, the final battle arrives at last. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi … More
as Cesar Santiago
as Nick Spilotto
as Monique Rogers
as Joanna Quinn
as Thomas Tucci
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Plenty of absurd fun, as a planeload of supposed supermodels, their similarly babe-like assistants and a few dingy men (including a coke-snorting and soon-to-be-impaled-by-a-jungle-booby-trap Marjoe Gortner) are shot down over South America.
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