The One Armed Executioner

Synopsis: This is the story of an Interpol agent turned restaurateur, out for revenge against the gangsters that cut off his arm and killed his bride. This tragedy left him deeply depressed, and his ...
Genre: Action, Drama
 
IMDB:
6.0
R
Year:
1981
95 min
3 Views

But this is important.

- It's about--

- Listen.

I'm tired of paying

for second-hand rumors.

I'm telling you,

this is important.

It's about the drugs drop.

Oh, shut up.

You've already been paid for that.

I know I have,

but this is new information.

I wouldn't try to cheat you.

The police will handle the drug drop

if and when it happens.

But, Chief.

Listen, Chief, I--

Hello?

Hello!

Hello!

Hello!

Mouse, what's the matter?

Hey, hey, hey, let me out.

Let me out of here!

Let me out!

No, no, no, no!

I want out of here!

Don't hurt me!

No!

Hey, no!

What are you doing?

What are you doing?

No! No!

What?

Oh, no, no, no, no!

So, you are back.

Welcome home.

Sit down.

Sit down.

Emmy, the usual for them, huh.

Well, how was the honeymoon?

Oh.

A foolish question, I see.

Well, it was nice visiting

Ann's family in San Francisco.

- And profitable, too.

- Oh?

- Uh-huh, another book.

- Another children's book?

Hmm-hmm.

Excellent!

Good to be back though.

I miss Manila.

I miss my friends.

Thank you.

Congratulations to you both.

Excuse me, sir,

a telephone call for you.

Excuse me.

Are you happy?

Very.

Good.

Yes, Chief?

Ortega?

The Mouse has been trashed.

The police are handling this,

but I want you and Sanchez

to be there, too.

There might be more to this

than meets the eye.

Where did it happen?

Pier 12.

He was dumped into the bay.

Maybe he'll consider resigning

from Interpol

now that he has so much

to live for.

I wouldn't ask him.

It means too much to him.

I knew what I was getting into.

You're a brave girl, Ann.

You know, my wife

made me leave Interpol.

Now, that she's no longer with me,

I'm too old to go back.

Still, this isn't a bad life.

Sorry, Ann.

It's going to be a long night.

Oh, well, I understand.

I'll see that she gets home safely.

Thank you.

So, how's our friend?

He went swimming.

Before he talked to anyone?

- He was still arguing price?

- Humph.

Who'd believe

the little creep anyway?

Not much to go on, I'm afraid.

Asmall-time hustler.

I don't get it.

It doesn't make sense to me.

What did he say about

the drugs traffic?

Nothing.

I didn't let him.

I wasn't interested in listening to

another one of his worthless tips.

Maybe this time,

it wasn't worthless.

Maybe.

We'll never know.

Sanchez, I want you to do

some backtracking on the Mouse.

Found out what the guy has

been doing the last few days.

OK.

Ortega, I want you to go

home and get some rest.

I'll organize our men,

and you've got to catch a plane

tomorrow at dawn.

OK, guys.

We hit them when they land.

- If he tries to take off,

we hit the tires.

- OK.

Remember, we need information,

not dead bodies, OK?

We got it.

Let's go.

Hey, who's that?

Let's get the hell out of here.

Hey, wait.

What about Wicks?

See those flames?

Nobody can live through that.

Let's go.

I'm surrounded with idiots.

Ah, may I suggest...numskulls?

I'm talking business, girls.

Scram.

A simple operation, right?

And it turned into a goddamn disaster.

May I suggest...catastrophe.

Shut up, Milo.

A plane destroyed.

Wicks is dead.

Wicks, one of my

corporation executives.

Christ almighty!

And besides,

what about the briefcase?

It was destroyed in the fire.

You better be right.

Well, that's it.

We can't change the facts now

that four of our men died for that.

Damn it.

Don't forget Wicks was on that plane.

He was one of Edward's

corporate vice presidents.

Legitimate businessmen don't

enter the countries that way.

The diary had to be too valuable

for anyone else to carry.

Besides, Mouse was in touch with Edwards

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Ray Hamilton

Ray "Sugar Bear" Hamilton (born January 20, 1951) is a former American football player from 1973 through 1981 for the New England Patriots, and the former defensive line coach for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons. Hamilton was an All Big 8 defensive tackle for the Oklahoma Sooners, being named to the first team in 1971 and 1972.Hamilton is best known for an incident in the 1976 NFL playoffs in a first-round game against the Oakland Raiders, when Oakland's Ken Stabler threw an incompletion and was hit by Hamilton as he threw. Ben Dreith, the referee, gave the Raiders a first down on a penalty of roughing the passer. Hamilton later became a defensive line coach for the Raiders. Before becoming the defensive line coach for the Falcons, he spent the previous five years in the same position with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Hamilton spent two seasons as the Defensive Line Coach for the Cleveland Browns from 2001–2002. In his first season with Cleveland, the Browns tied for fourth in the AFC with 43 sacks. For three seasons, Hamilton served as New England Defensive Line Coach from 1997–99 and joined the New York Jets staff in 2000. His 1998 defensive line tallied 25 of the team 36 sacks, the seventh-best total in the NFL. In 1995, Hamilton joined the Jets in his first stint with the team as the Defensive Line Coach. He guided defensive end Hugh Douglas, who was named the 1995 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. From 1993–94, Hamilton was a member of the Los Angeles Raiders where he developed Chester McGlockton and a defensive line that combined for 83 sacks in his two seasons with the Raiders. In 2006, Hamilton guided defensive end Bobby McCray who developed into one of the AFC top pass rushers as he led Jacksonville with a career-high 10 sacks. The defensive line combined for 29.5 sacks, ranking fourth in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game. more…

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