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A group of ex-secret Agents open a jazz club in Las Vegas. One of them falls in love with an Indian, and finds out that the local Indian Reservation is threatened by the greed of a powerful gangster. So, like three modern musketeers, they start to act.Written by
Decent storyline, low budget production, unknown actors aside from Lee Majors and the young Musketeer.
Saving grace for this movie was the music (music and lyrics by Dan Georgesco and LuLu Hughes) but performed by LuLu Hughes and Too Many Cooks. They even spelled it LouLou in the movie credits! She doesn't even have a music bio prior to 2006, but made this movie in 1998! Songs credited with copyright 1997.
Makes sense. Film shot in Canada, and LuLu and her band (from the same area the film was shot on location) were probably gigging it at the time they were discovered and signed for the movie.
I am amazed that there is no music credit in this movie bio - for shanme.
Only three songs for the entire movie (tells you what a small budget they had for it back then), but like I said, the music was the best part of the flick.
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