Search and Destroy (1979 film)
|Search and Destroy|
|Directed by||William Fruet|
|Produced by||James Margellos|
|Written by||Don Enright|
|Music by||Martin Deller|
Members of a Vietnam veteran's old Army unit start turning up dead in Los Angeles and Niagara Falls. Ex-Colonel Kip Moore (Perry King), is pressed by Upstate New York police for details. Meanwhile, a mysterious killer with a black glove is on the loose.
- Perry King as Kip Moore
- Don Stroud as Buddy Grant
- Tisa Farrow as Kate Barthel
- George Kennedy as Anthony Fusqua
- Jong Soo Park as Assassin
- Tony Sheer as Frank Malone
- Phil Aikin as Rosie Washington
- Rummy Bishop as Ernie Cappel
- Daniel Buccos as Sinclair
- Rob Garrison as R.J.
Really Awful Movies called it..."Great Canadian exploitation fun," while TV Guide said Search and Destroy was an "empty variation on the "let's win in Vietnam" theme that emerged in the years following the American defeat."
- Devine, Jeremy M. Vietnam at 24 Frames a Second: A Critical and Thematic Analysis of Over 400 Films about the Vietnam War. University of Texas Press, 1999. ISBN 029271601X.
- Cohn, Lawrence L.. "Review: Search and Destroy". Variety (303). June 10, 1981. p. 20.
- Herridge, Frances. "Search and destroy" New York Post. June 6, 1981. p. 12.
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