This movie was never released on DVD. It really shouldn't have been released on VHS. I found this at D.I. for $0.75 and I want it back. This movie is terrible.
The third installment in the Doberman Gang trilogy follows an unlucky gambler...named Lucky...as he infiltrates himself into a circus to track down a thief. He enlists the dogs--Dillinger, Bonnie, Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd, Baby Face Nelson, and Ma Barker--to help him out. I know how amazing that sounds but honestly, this isn't worth watching. The dogs are hardly in the movie and the writing is a mess.
I found this at the Goodwill for $0.99. Amazon's cheapest DVD is $24.93.
The second I saw that cover, I knew I'd love this movie. Out of the six or so VHS tapes I've watched so far, this one was the best. Chuck Norris and LouIs Gossett Jr. are globe trotting treasure hunters who get into trouble with every maniacal tyrannt they come across.
The dialogue is really funny and the action is exciting. If you like Lethal Weapon or…
The tagline is "Fast Bikes. Fast Women." It's right about the bikes, not so much about the women. A lot of the race footage looks like it was taped at actual races and cut into the film. The acting is better than you'd expect but the script is dull.
Director Fritz Kiersch was just coming off of Children of the Corn and Tuff Turf and for some reason decided to helm a motocross movie starring a bunch of no-name actors…