Rapid Fire (2006 film)

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Rapid Fire
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An Explosive True Story!
Genre action
Based on 1980 Norco shootout
Directed by Kari Skogland
Starring David Cubitt, Kristin Lehman, Jason Gedrick, Jessica Steen, Emy Aneke
Theme music composer John Webster and Annette Ducharme
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Evan Tylor
Cinematography Adam Sliwinski
Editor(s) James Ilecic
Running time 90 minutes
Release
Original release
  • 2006 (2006)

Rapid Fire is a 2006 action television film starring Jessica Steen and David Cubitt based on the 1980 Norco shootout. While in production it was titled Norco.

Plot[edit]

In Norco, California, four men plot a bank robbery using heavy weapons to intimidate the public and the police force. However, one employee activates the silent alarm in the police station, and the criminals are chased by the police and L.A. SWAT. In despair, the robbers fire about 2,000 rounds, kill one policeman, hit eight others, and damage many cars and one helicopter. In the end, the two survivors are sentenced to life without parole.

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