The Mad Bomber (film)

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The Mad Bomber
The Mad Bomber FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byBert I. Gordon
Written byMarc Behm (story)
Bert I. Gordon (screenplay)
StarringVince Edwards
Chuck Connors
Neville Brand
Music byMichel Mention
CinematographyBert I. Gordon
Edited byGene Ruggiero
Distributed byCinemation Industries
Running time
91 min.
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Mad Bomber, a.k.a. The Police Connection and Detective Geronimo, is a 1972 film produced, directed, and scripted by Bert I. Gordon. It stars Vince Edwards, Chuck Connors and Neville Brand.[1]

Plot[edit]

William Dorn, a middle-aged man in Los Angeles, rigs and sets off bombs in places he associates with the drug-overdose death of his daughter and the collapse of his life. Investigating detective Geronimo Minnelli learns that at one of the locations of his attacks, a hospital, a rape took place, and both the victim and her rapist likely saw the face of the as-yet-unidentified bomber. The police desperately attempt to simultaneously identify and apprehend both violent criminals, hoping one will lead them to the other.

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Home media[edit]

It was released on DVD as The Mad Bomber by Geneon on October 4, 2005, and as part of the same company's six-disc Cinema Deluxe Terror Pack on December 5, 2005.[2] This release presented an edited-for-television cut of the movie. The full uncut version was released as The Police Connection by Code Red DVD on DVD in 2013, and upgraded to Blu-Ray in 2016; both releases are now out of print.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Mad Bomber (1972) at AllMovie.com. Retrieved on February 15, 2016.
  2. ^ The Mad Bomber Releases at AllMovie.com. Retrieved on February 15, 2016.

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