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The Police Connection (aka "The Mad Bomber") - UNCUT!

Vince Edwards , Chuck Connors , Bert I. Gordon  |  R |  DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Vince Edwards, Chuck Connors, Neville Brand
  • Directors: Bert I. Gordon
  • Format: NTSC, Color
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Code Red
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,312 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Chuck Connors (TV's THE RIFLEMAN) plays William Dorn, a madman who wants to get back at all the people he blames for the overdose death of his daughter. Dorn goes on a deadly and destructive bombing spree starting at his daughter's old high school. His next bombing target is the mental hospital where his daughter was when she died. However, during his attack on the hospital, Dorn's actions are witnessed by two people: a creepy rapist named Fromley (Neville Brand STALAG 17) and his victim, a young mute girl. Tough police detective Geronimo Minneli (Vince Edwards, TV's BEN CASEY) is assigned to the case. He must find rapist Fromley, not only to keep him from striking again, but also to keep him alive before the Dorn makes him his next victim. Written, produced, and directed by Bert I. Gordon (FOOD OF THE GODS, EMPIRE OF THE ANTS), this legendary exploitation film is finally presented with all its R-Rated violence and nudity intact for the first time on DVD. Code Red DVD spent painstaking hours and $$$ in restoration to present this movie in its rare, uncut theatrical version. The Mad Bomber is back, with a vengeance!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
What can I say about this CULT classic from the early 70's? I first saw this movie at a movie theater in downtown Oakland with a group of friends back in 1973. It was under the title THE POLICE CONNECTION. We were all about 13 years old. All of us were shocked and stunned that this masterpiece of sleaze only got an R-Rating. It should have been X-Rated back then. Today, it would be a "Hard-R".

This film was released on VHS and Television under the title THE MAD BOMBER. Beware, these prints are all heavily edited and not worth your time. But now, thanks to Code Red DVD, this uncut theatrical version is now available to the public for the first time in a remastered "matted" 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio. I bought my copy from [...]

I'm not going to give a synopsis. Just look up THE MAD BOMBER and you will get the story layout. I have many other things to say about this film.

"THE COP" is played by Vince Edwards (Ben Casey), doing his best to imitate 'Dirty Harry'. His character's name is "Geronimo". Yes, no kidding. He's after a Mad Bomber who's out to kill as many people as he can.

"THE RAPIST" is played by Neville Brand. Imagine a greasy, pockmarked drooling Shemp and you have Neville Brand. His character is obviously unemployed, and has a special "work room" at his house that is plastered with posters of his naked wife. He spends his days watching porno films of his spouse while he "pleasures" himself. Yep! So, I guess you can call him an "artist" at photography and masturbation. At night, he prowls his suburban neighborhood looking for hot young flesh to assault. He's important to "The Cop", because during an assault on a deft mute, he saw "The Mad Bomber" and can identify him. With me so far? It only gets better!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome DVD June 26, 2013
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This is the UNCUT VERSION RESTORED to its original intact Release a must have if you have been looking for the uncut version on DVD CODE RED is a GO GREEN.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Insane August 10, 2013
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I first saw this movie on a late-late show in the 80s but nothing prepared me for the uncut version. The violence in this film is closer to the Italian police thrillers that came out around this time, but the biggest draw is Chuck Conners' performance as the mad bomber that ranks with his loony in Tourist Trap. If you have any recollection of this movie you'll love this DVD.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars THE T&A CONNECTION October 19, 2013
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Chuck Connors plays a really wierd, creepy, crazed terrorist bomber. Rapist Neville Brand is another weirdo who witnessed Connors blow up a hospital. Vince Edwards is a cop that believes in excessive force who knows that when he catches the rapist, he's got the bomber. This movie is from the early 70's and without all the tattoos, shaved heads, and body piercings that we have today, the police connection looks like it was filmed on another planet! With this uncut version, you mainly get to see the beauty of women's bare backsides and bouncing hooters, with welcome full frontals that had me wanting more and it really delivered on that. Connors as the bomber will make you cringe and gets a great comeuppance at the end. Just as Brand is finishing taking matters into his own hands in his private porno shack, he gets a special delivery from the bomber, a little thank you for turning him in. This is the full uncut version with a lot more nudity and a little more blood and action compared to the geneon release. 16X9 dvd has great picture and sound. Extras are trailers from other movies.
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