Lone Wolf Mcquade

To say this ultraviolent 1983 flick is Chuck Norris'best movie might smack of faint praise, but what's good is mostly down to David Carradine as his strutting, butt-kicking, cigar-sucking nemesis. It's a modern-day western, heavy on the spaghetti, with Norris'Texas ranger taking on Carradine's gun-runner and his army of disposable borderland Mexicans. Did Walter Hill watch this before making Extreme Prejudice?

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To say this ultraviolent 1983 flick is Chuck Norris’best movie might smack of faint praise, but what’s good is mostly down to David Carradine as his strutting, butt-kicking, cigar-sucking nemesis. It’s a modern-day western, heavy on the spaghetti, with Norris’Texas ranger taking on Carradine’s gun-runner and his army of disposable borderland Mexicans. Did Walter Hill watch this before making Extreme Prejudice?

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