A Force of One
|A Force of One|
Promotional film poster
|Directed by||Paul Aaron|
|Produced by||Alan Belkin|
|Written by||Pat E. Johnson
|Music by||Dick Halligan|
|Edited by||Bert Lovitt|
|Distributed by||American Cinema Releasing|
|Release date(s)||June, 1979|
|Running time||90 minutes|
A Force of One is a 1979 martial arts film starring Jennifer O'Neill, Ron O'Neal, Clu Gulager, Bill Wallace and Chuck Norris. The film was directed by Paul Aaron and written by Pat E. Johnson and Ernest Tidyman.
When a team of undercover narcotics officers is targeted by a serial killer, the police recruit karate champion Matt Logan (Chuck Norris) to bring the murders to an end. Narcotics Officer Mandy Rust (Jennifer O'Neill) discovers that a traitor within the police ranks is behind the killings.
Critics nicknamed the film "A Farce of One" though it did manage to gross over twenty million dollars domestically.
- Jennifer O'Neill....Mandy Rust
- Clu Gulager....Dunne
- Ron O'Neal....Rollins
- Bill Wallace....Sparks
- Eric Laneuville....Charlie Logan
- James Whitmore Jr....Moskowitz
- Clint Ritchie....Melrose
- Chuck Norris....Matt Logan
- Pepe Serna....Orlando
- Ray Vitte....Newton
- Taylor Lacher....Bishop
- Lisa James....Harriett
- Chu Chu Malave....Rudy
- Kevin Geer....Johnson
- Eugene Butler....Murphy
- "A Force of One - Box Office Data". The Numbers. Retrieved 28 July 2011.
- McLellan, Dennis (2004-01-17). "'Superfly' actor Ron O'Neal, '70s blaxploitation film star". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2011-01-31.
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