An up-and-coming drug lord is determined to eliminate the white-run heroin cartel that controls the neighborhood's lucrative smack trade.
Death is the result of two factions tring to control the heroin cartel, one white, one black.
J.J., a rising star in the black crime scene, is in the process of consolidating his power over the neighborhood. One of the only remaining obstacles is the white heroin cartel that is understandably reluctant to abandon such a lucrative market. Tensions rise between the two rivals, and people on both sides get killed. Eventually, the matter is destined to come to an explosive confrontation.
Broadway Joe in his first starring role as a motorcyclist who first joins a motorcycle gang, but tangles with the biker gang while trying (not very hard) to fight off Ann-Margret's advances. He wins a motorcross event and they kidnap her. He races the leader to win her freedom.
Screen siren and Golden Globe-winner Raquel Welch ("Legally Blonde," TV's "American Family") stars in this fast paced melodrama as an exotic dancer stalked from Las Vegas to Los Angeles by the psychopathic ex-husband of her friend, who blames her for the break-up of their marriage. Also starring Ron Rifkin ("The Sum of All Fears," TV's "Alias"), Luke Askew ("The Newton Boys") and Emmy-nominated James Stacy ("Something Wicked This Way Comes," TV's "Wiseguy").