|Riffers||Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, Bill Corbett|
|Date Released||December 2, 2016|
Description and PreviewEditColonel Hogan rents his mercenaries out to anyone with the right price. This time it's businessman Michaelson. A deal is struck, and Hogan recruits new troops. For training, he orders his troops to kidnap innocent people, take them to the forest and hunt them. Unfortunately this time, they picked the wrong guy, Mike Danton. Danton, a Vietnam veteran, is ambushed while taking out the trash. Taken to the forest, he is stripped to his shorts, greased up and told to run. The mercenaries hunt Danton, but are meticulously picked off one by one. The troops report this to Colonel Hogan, who sends a task force with his best man, Lieutenant Thornton. One of this elite combat unit is Jack Cooper. Cooper and Danton realize who each other are while trying to kill each other. Cooper has not seen Danton since he took a bullet for him in 'Nam. With his new-found friend, Danton continues to punish the mercenaries, and get back to his wife Jaimey. Like all good villains, Hogan uses Danton's family against him, but this angers Danton. After storming the military training camp Danton arms himself up, and destroys all traces of Hogan's mercenaries.
Cast and CrewEdit
- Cameron Mitchell as Jamie's father
- Troy Donahue as Don Michaelson
- Ted Prior as Michael "Mike" Danton
- Fritz Matthews as Lieutenant Thornton
- David Campbell as Colonel Hogan
- Deadly Prey was first screened in the United States in March 1987 at that year's American Film Market. After The Winters Group helped finance David A. Prior's previous film Aerobicide, Prior (along with executive producers David Winters and Bruce Lewin, and producer Peter Yuval) formed Action International Pictures. Their first projects were Mankillers and Deadly Prey, which were shot back-to-back in and around Riverside, California.
- Deadly Prey has also been used in The Mads Are Back live show, starring Trace Beaulieu and Frank Conniff.
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