GP | | Action, Drama
Ex-Green Beret hapkido expert saves wild horses from being slaughtered for dog food and helps protect a desert "freedom school" for runaway.
Contract disputes between Tom Laughlin and various producers caused the film to change hands between three different film studios, and delaying its release for three years. In 1973, Laughlin filed a $51 million lawsuit against Warner studios for "improperly ... ...
Being an Indian is not a matter of blood... it's a way of life.
The quote read at the town meeting and attributed to Adolf Hitler was originally published in a minor Communist magazine. In the 1960s, the quote was used by the radical media to advance the anti-war cause. It was also quoted by public figures who sympathized with the movement, including Senator Edmund Muskie and Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.
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