Samurai Cop

Synopsis: Joe Marshall and Frank Washington are two police detectives who must stop the ruthless activities of the Katana, a renegade Yakuza gang composed of violent and sadistic killers who want to lead the drug trade in Los Angeles
Director(s): Amir Shervan
Production: Guilty Pleasures
96 min

We are not an established gang yet!

My friend, you should be very cautious.

In my opinion,

we should try to make friends with all the gangs,

The Japanese, the Chinese.

Al Capone once said,

"There is enough money

to be made in this business for all of us."

It's all up to Fujiyama.

He wants to make a certain treaty

with the Chinese gangs,

not the Japanese,

especially the Ginzas.

Here comes the boss.

What happened, Okamura-san?

No. No deals, no friendships with anybody.

- Right now, I want that old Chinese fox dead.

- Okay, Boss.

You heard the order?

I do not agree with the fighting.

Okamura, it is not for us to decide.

It is up to the boss.

It's the order of Katana.

We fight.

Good morning, Mr. Li.

Have you decided to work with us?

In no way we go under Fujiyama's flack.

Mr. Fujiyama doesn't want to waste any more time.

- Come on, come on. Let's get going.

- Move it!

- You did it.

- The job is done.

I'm responsible for bringing you from San Diego,

are you sure this is a good bust?

Yeah, cocaine.

- Sergeant, how are you?

- I'm just fine.

- We're going to go catch us some bad guys.

- Good luck. Call me if you need me.

- See you.

- See you later.

- All right.

- Who gave you the information?

- A Chinese gang member.

His boss was killed by the Katana gang.

There's the blue van over there.

- So the van belongs to the Katana gang?

- Yeah.

Let's call for the helicopter.

- Peggy, where are you?

- I'm landing.

No, no, no, don't land. We need you.

I'll give you the direction.

I can see the blue van.

- Peggy, Peggy, do you hear me?

- Yeah, Frank. I can hear you.

Watch for the boat.

There's lots of boats in the marina.

How am I supposed to know

which one is carrying the coke?

Just keep an eye on the van, Peggy.

I'm well-informed there's a large suitcase

full of coke in the back.

They're going to make the swap somewhere in the marina.

- Just stay close to them.

- Okay, Joe. Keep it up.

Oh, it's up and ready, you just keep it warm.

It's warm and ready.

Okay guys, I think we're getting close.

- There's a boat headed full speed towards the van.

- Good, good. Just follow.

- Try to stay out of sight, Peggy.

I don't want you scaring them off.

- You got it, Joe.

- They'll come with the boat?

- Yeah, yeah.

You stay here and wait.

Hey Peggy, can you see them?

It seems like we've lost them.

They'll have to come by this way,

it's the only road out.

Shoot! Shoot them!

- Stop!

- Hold on.

I got him!

Hey, hold on, hold on.

Hold on.


Hey man, watch it.

Watch it.

Oh, man.

- Hey, let's call for backup.

- We'll call them when we need them.

Shoot, shoot them!

Shoot, shoot them!

Shoot, shoot.

- You got him.

- Yeah, I got the bastard.

Let's go. Go!

Faster. Go, go, faster.

He's burning! He's burning!

He's on fire! He's on fire!

He's burning! Burning!

Do something!

Man, he's burning!

- We got to do something!

- Man, you grab the blanket.

I'll get the fire extinguisher.

Put the blanket on him.

That's it, that's it.

That's enough, he's out.

Good job guys. This calls for a celebration.

You got it.

I'll see you back at your place.

The boss is coming.

- So they call him samurai, huh?

- Yes. His real name is Joe Marshall.

He speaks fluent Japanese.

He got his martial arts training from the masters in Japan.

He was brought over here from the police force

in San Diego to fight us.

To fight us?

To fight me.

To destroy my operation.

To kill you and my other men.

To put handcuffs on me

and put me in the gas chamber.

Samurai, if he is a samurai,

what the hell are you?

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Amir Shervan

Amir Shervan (Persian: امیر شروان‎), born Amir Hosein Ghaffari (Persian: اميرحسين غفاری), was an Iranian film director, producer, actor, and screenwriter. After studying theatre in Pasadena, California, he returned to his home country and had a prolific cinema career that began with Parviz Khatibi's 1949 film Vaareite Bahari (واریته بهاری). After the Iranian Revolution, he relocated to California and from 1987 to 1992, produced and directed several action films, including Samurai Cop, which starred Matt Hannon and Robert Z'Dar. Samurai Cop was restored in a brand new HD transfer for theatrical and DVD release by distributor Cinema Epoch in 2013. Cinema Epoch will also release Shervan's other works, including Killing American Style, Young Rebels, and Gypsy in restored versions. more…

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