R | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A professional killer comes out of retirement to investigate and avenge the brutal murder of an old friend.
There have been two other films with the same title as this one--The Evil That Men Do (1909) and The Little Door Into the World (1923) (reissued as "The Evil That Men Do") and The Evil That Men Do (2015) but neither was based on the R. Lance Hill novel that this film was.
Colonel Victor Aristos:
Ah, Clement, a pleasure. And my dear senora Molloch. Please be seated.
Dr. Clement Molloch: Why are we here, Aristos?
Colonel Victor Aristos: Relax, Clement. May I offer you a drink?
Claire, Molloch's Sister: Just mineral water.
Colonel Victor Aristos: There is a problem, Clement. The Council for Central American States has just concluded its...
The doctor's Mercury Grand Marquis which is attacked by the miners during the climax switches from an early 1980s model to a 1974 Ford LTD.
Writers R. Lance Hill and David Lee Henry are the same person. Hill was given the chance to adapt his own novel but used the pseudonym David Lee Henry. His work on the script was eventually written out by John Crowther, though the pseudonym of Henry still received a credit.
$4,538,400 (USA) (23 September 1984)