Malibu Bay Films released Enemy Gold in June 1993 or maybe June of 1994. They aren’t clear. Christian Drew Sidaris (as Drew Sidaris) wrote and directed the film starring Bruce Penhall, Mark Barriere, and Suzi Simpson.
‘Enemy Gold’ Movie Summary
Enemy Gold begins during the United States Civil War in the Big Pines Forest of Texas. Two Confederate soldiers go behind enemy lines and steal some gold from the Yanks. They then head deep into the woods, and bury the gold at the base of a tree where it will remain hidden for more than a century. Thus beginning the legend of Quantrell’s gold.
We cut to Dallas, Texas ca 1993. Chris Cannon, Mark Austin, and Becky Midnite are three Federal agents out on a mission to bust a drug the crime lord, Santiago, and his gang of thugs. However, when their mission at a farm in the middle of nowheresville ends, Federal agent Dixon shows up to suspend the team on a technicality because he hates them and their old boss, Agent Ava Noble. The three agents check in with Noble, and she says she will call them after her meeting with a government official over Dixon’s complaint he filed about their raid.
Elsewhere, we find Santiago at a strip club where he meets with Dixon, and we learn that the two are working together. Dixon gives Santiago a walkie talkie that will allow him to monitor all agent communications to keep track of them.read full summary
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