Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up (1992)

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The bank president in a small California town isn't quite the upstanding citizen he appears to be--he's a corrupt killer, who has just kidnapped the wife and daughter of the local sheriff.

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25 April 2012 | merklekranz
| The tender side of "Wings" part 2
"Deadly Conspiracy" a.k.a. "Frame Up 2" has Wings Hauser small town sheriff, again romantically involved with with Francis Fisher while trying to raise his young daughter. Meanwhile, John Saxon turns loose two goons who go on a murdering spree to cover up Saxon's illegal corporate dealings. Margaux Hemingway, in a thankless role, plays Saxons drug addicted captive wife. Film annoyances abound, including elevator music, squirm inducing attempts at humor, and sinkhole size plot deficiencies. Despite these faults, it is difficult not to find enjoyment in a film that features Wings Hauser and John Saxon. For fans of the actors, "Deadly Conspiracy" is definitely watchable. - MERK

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27 December 1994



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