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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

T.N.T. Jackson (1975)


Her name is Diana Jackson, but you can call her T.N.T. When T.N.T.'s brother is killed by ruthless drug dealers, the beautiful young karate expert goes to the most dangerous part of Chinatown to find the killer. In trouble with the law since she was 13, T.N.T. wants no help from the pigs; but she does befriend a Chinaman named Joe, whose impressive martial arts skills prove useful more than once. In her quest for the killer, she'll meet the white drug lord, Sid; Elaine, his bitchy girlfriend; his suspicious Chinese assistant, Ming; and Charlie, his handsome black assistant with criminal ambitions of his own.


dre said...

this is great film loved it

darrell said...

Hey I'm watching the film now; Jennie Bell is fighting Stan Shaw. TNT Jackson just used the Five Fingers Of Death, Jennie Bell wins...and so does this film...

Anonymous said...

The film was initially a two character movie; TNT Jackson & Dynamite Wong played by a local comic named Chiquito; Roger Corman cut all the comic parts & renamed it TNT Jackson. Unfortunately the original film seems to be lost forever!