Malibu Bay Films released Savage Beach on November 9, 1990. Andy Sidaris wrote and directed the film starring Erik Estrada, Dona Speir, and Roberta Vasquez.
‘Savage Beach’ Movie Summary
Guns begins with Edy singing on a stage in the Rio Casino in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada. Juan Degas (the ’S’ is silent) leaves the same casino, and he and his bodyguard, Trong, get into a limo, and drive off to pickup two goons on a street corner.
Degas is an art collector with a flare for trafficking arms (the weaponry; not body parts). He hires these two goons to assassinate some unnamed person. The boys have a knack for explosives, but Degas wants a simple hit. They agree, and all of them fly off to Molokai, Hawaii where the killing will take place.
Meanwhile, in Molokai, Donna Hamilton and Nicole Justin go shopping for some sexy clothing. Their girlfriend Rocky is there too; complaining about her guests that just canceled at her restaurant while Nicole tries on clothes.read full summary
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