India, 1922. In this, the fourth in the acclaimed Joe Sandilands series, Scotland Yard detective Joe arrives in the princely state of Ranipur at the request of the Maharajah, an old ally of the British. The Maharajah is dying, and the succession is unclear. The death of his first son, while panther-wrestling, is suspicious, but as Joe begins to investigate a second son dies dramatically right before his eyes. With only the youngest, aged 12, now left to succeed, can Joe ensure his survival? In the glittering and luxurious setting of the court with its array of powerful, scheming characters, Joe must find his way through the maze of intrigue to trap, at last, the palace tiger.
Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.78:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Booklet, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Ex-convict Buck Mathews (Gary Busey) lives as quietly as possible in his old home town. The corrupt local sheriff (Seymour Cassel) would give anything to drive Buck out of town: thus, the sheriff looks the other way when a motorcycle gang headed by Blade (William Smith, who else?) invades the community and targets Buck for extermination. With no one else on his side, Buck turns to honest cop J.B. Deveraux (Yaphet Kotto), but he's a few days away from retirement and doesn't want to get involved. It turns out that the only "good guy" Buck can depend upon is a "bad guy": A well-connected Latino drug lord who owes Buck a favor. When the chips are down and Buck's daughter is kidnapped, Deveraux joins in the climactic offensive against the bikers--which, of course, boils down to a mano-y-mano struggle between Buck and Blade. You've seen it all before, but in this case familiarity does not breed contempt. ...Eye of the Tiger
1-Set The Hook 2-As The Crow Flies 3-Willie And Laura Mae Jones 4-Soul Francisco 5-Run With The Bulls 6-High Sheriff (Of Calhoun Parrish 7-Aspen, Colorado 8-Homemade Ice Cream 9-Swamp Water 10-Roosevelt & Ira Lee The venerable swamp rocker's back with a set of re-works from his 40-years-spanning career, and new songs. With his mumbling baritone, his evocative grooves and his distorted fuzz-sounds on guitar he's as good as ever. Cool stuff. Highly recommended. Digipak.
10x8 Print, Rugby Union - Guinness Premiership - Final - Leicester Tigers v Saracens -. Leicester Tigers Geordan Murphy and Lewis Moody with the trophy. Chosen by England Rugby Photo Store. Printed on 254x203mm Fuji Crystal Archive paper for stable image permanence and brilliant colour reproduction with smooth tones, enhanced sharpness, and excellent definition. Size refers to paper used. This item is shipped from our UK lab.
This 10x8 Print features an image chosen by England Rugby Photo Store. Estimated image size 254x169mm.
Printed on 254x203mm Fuji Crystal Archive paper for stable image permanence and brilliant colour reproduction with smooth tones, enhanced sharpness, and excellent definition. Size refers to paper used
Image Description: Leicester Tigers Geordan Murphy and Lewis Moody with the trophy
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