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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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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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