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The Dallas Connection (1994)

Bullets, Bombs, and Babes Edition: Episode #10

Malibu Bay Films released The Dallas Connection on September 2, 1994. Christian Drew Sidaris (as Drew Sidaris) wrote and directed the film starring Bruce Penhall, Mark Barriere, and Julie Strain.

‘The Dallas Connection’ Movie Summary

Someone is assassinating esteemed scientists throughout the world before a major scientific convention in Dallas, Texas. All that is known is that the killings have something to do with the upcoming International World Arms Removal project. It’s a big, sophisticated, state-of-the-art satellite which can detect any weapon, big or small, under any weather condition. After scientist Antonio Morales fears he’s the next target, he asks for the Agency’s protection. Special Agent Samantha Maxx is up for the challenge, but can Ms. Maxx stop the Black Widow and her assassins?

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Malibu Bay Films released The Dallas Connection on September 2, 1994. Christian Drew Sidaris (as Drew Sidaris) wrote and directed the film starring Bruce Penhall, Mark Barriere, and Julie Strain.

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