Jungle Assault (1989)

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When general Mitchell's daughter joins South American rebels, he asks two of his ex-soldiers, Becker and Kelly, to get her back. They soon discovers that the rebels are in league with Russians.


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  • Ted Prior and William Zipp in Jungle Assault (1989)
  • Ted Prior and Maria Rosado in Jungle Assault (1989)
  • David Marriott, Ted Prior, and William Zipp in Jungle Assault (1989)
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29 March 1999 | Serpent-5
Not much Jungle in Mobile, Alabama.
William Smith's daughter is kidnapped in a overseas land, so he asked William Zipp and ted Prior (director's brother) to rescue her from a British villian David Marriot. The film is another Mobile, AL action film made by Action Internation Pictures, and the film is pretty poor looking. Smith only appears once, but there is a photo in back of the box that wasn't in the film, so he might have been cut out at the end scene. Lots of cheap prop shack blown up and one helicopter explosition. The end credit song "Freedom" is funny!

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Genres

Action

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Release Date:

14 July 1989

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Corona, California, USA

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