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Theatrical poster to Killpoint
Directed by Frank Harris
Produced by Frank Harris
Written by Frank Harris
Starring Leo Fong
Richard Roundtree
Cameron Mitchell
Stack Pierce
Hope Holiday
Diane Stevenett
Bernie Nelson
Danene Pyant
James Lew
Branscombe Richmond
Music by Herman Jeffreys
Diane Stevenett
Daryl Stevenett
Cinematography Frank Harris
Edited by Frank Harris
Distributed by Crown International Pictures
Release date
March 1984
Running time
80 min
Country United States
Language English

Killpoint is a 1984 American action film directed by Frank Harris that stars Richard Roundtree, Cameron Mitchell, Leo Fong, Stack Pierce, Hope Holiday, and Diane Stevenett.


A psychopathic illegal arms dealer,[1] Joe Marks (Mitchell), and his gang headed by Nighthawk (Pierce), rob a National Guard armory with the intent of selling arms to gangs and criminals in Los Angeles. Lt. James Long (Fong), and FBI agent Bill Bryant (Roundtree), go after Marks.[2]


The music for the film was provided by Herman Jeffreys and Darryl Stevenett. Stevenett performed four songs for the film which were I'm Getting Old", "Truck Drivin' Man", "Cheatin' On Yer Daddy", and "Good Men Die Young". Ramona Gibbons sang the Herman Jeffreys composition "Livin' On The Inside".[3][4]

Two characters in the film were played by genuine law enforcement officers. Captain Michael Farrell who played Lieutenant James Longs boss was Captain Skidmore, a real life police captain. Captain Farrell was played by real life Special Agent Larry Lunsford.[5][6]


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