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Brute Corps


1970      

The time is today. The setting is the bleak desert country of southern Mexico.
A pair of young Americans, Kevin (Joseph Kaufmann), one step ahead of the draft, and Terry (Jennifer Billingsley), an impulsive, sensual free spirit, are hitchhiking, carefree, light-hearted, with no destination in mind.
At the same time, a platoon of mercenary soldiers, hard-bitten, kill-for-pay, veterans of a dozen previous combat missions are driving hard for another rendezvous with death. Their attitudes reflect their total disregard for life. They speak with pride of past slaughters in Biafra, the Congo, Asia and Latin America.
Kevin and Terry pause to rest in a glade just outside of the lazy little town of San Christobal. They talk, get high, bathe the dust of the road from their bodies in a nearby stream and . . . make love.
The mercenaries camp nearby, awaiting the arrival of the rest of their force before proceeding South and another encounter for which they have been hired.
Later, while hiking through the scrub country, the pair meet Wicks (Alex

Rocco), one of the more sadistic members of the mercenary band, who invites them back to the camp for lunch. When the three arrive in camp, the Colonel (Charles McCaulay) is furious at Wicks for bringing in outsiders but agrees to let them remain until after lunch.
During lunch Wicks taunts Kevin and challenges his manhood with a stick of lighted dynamite. Having proved his point, he tries to molest Terry. When Kevin comes to her defense, he is badly beaten by the mercenary.
Lieutenant Ross (Paul Carr) tries to protect Terry who has now become a pawn in a power struggle among the men. Wicks announces he is taking the unwilling girl along on their mission over the oblections of the colonel. The other men protest, and each stakes his claim for the girl.
The colonel, confronted with a mutiny, decides to settle the girl's fate by a hand-to-hand tournament with the victor getting the spoils. Only one man, Quinn (Roy Jensen) a heartless killer and an artist with a shotgun, declines. The only rules are no weapons, no killing. While the men are being paired off for the contest, Kevin escapes to San Christobal to get help for the girl.
The individual fights begin . . . McFarland, the Scotsman, is eliminated by Wicks. Ballard is bested by Hill who, in turn is defeated by Ross.
Only two contestants are left - Wicks and Ross, who engage in a final battle, which is won by the former through treacherous cunning.
Having won, Wicks claims the girl and after taunting his comrades, drags her to his tent and rapes her. Later, when he is satiated, he throws her back to the lusting mob. She is then returned to Wicks as his slave.
In town, Kevin is unable to find help from the frightened sheriff and townspeople, and he returns to the camp alone.
At dawn, Kevin sees Terry, nude and dehumanized, with a noose around her neck fetching water for Wicks. Enraged, he creeps into Wicks' tent and kills him.




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CAST





Paul Carr ............................... Ross
Joseph Kaufmann ............................... Kevin
Jennifer Billingsley ....................... Terry
Alex Rocco ............................... Wicks
Michael Pataki ............................... McFarland
Charles Macaulay ......................... The Colonel
Roy Jensen ............................... Quinn
Felton Perry ............................... Hill
Joseph Bernard ............................... Alvarez
Parker West ............................... Ballard
Paul Micale ............................... Cantina Owner
Edith Diaz ............................... Lupe
Ramiro Jaloma ............................... Beggar


Credits

Executive Producer ............................... Milton Polsky
Written & Produced by .............. Mike Kars and Abe Polsky
Director ............................... Jerry Jameson
Cinematographer ............................... Michael Margulies
Camera Operator ............................... Matt Leonetti
Production Designer ............................... Thomas Hasson
Film Editor ............................... Tom Stevens
Associate Producer ............................... Joe Bishop
Assistant Producer ............................... Paul Carr
Production Assistant ............................... Joyce King
Music Composed & Conducted by ................. Jack Walker
Music Editor ............................... Eddie Norton
Make-up ............................... Thomas Case, Jr.
Special Effects ................... Special Effects Unlimited
Film Processing and Titles by ................. CFI
Sound ............................... Glen Glenn Sound







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