The G.I. Executioner (1971)
Dragon Lady
G.I. Executioner
Wild Dragon Lady
Wit's End

Nomination Year: 2002
SYNOPSIS:  Dave Dearborn, a Vietnam vet, is operating a disco aboard a run-down yacht in Singapore when he receives an offer that's too good to turn down. He seeks out a possible Chinese defector who just coincidentally happens to be dating an ex-lover.

As a random historical note, this movie was shot in the early 1970s, but was not released until the mid-80s, which was approximately 300 years too early.

Worst Acting

Featuring Peter Gernert as Pith Helmet Guy
As the ex-CIA agent Plume, Peter Gernert explains the "job" to Dave Dearborn. All we can do is stare slack-jawed in horror at his pith helmet, fuzzy-caterpillar moustache, and what little of his face we can see between them, when he attempts to enunciate the name of "Foon Mae Lee."

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Tom Keena  
Victoria Racimo A B-Movie (and TV show) bit-part actress 
Angelique Pettyjohn She was often credited as "Heaven St. John" when she appeared in such "classic" films as Heavenly Ta-Tas or Stalag 69 
Janet Wood  
Brian Walden In addition to "acting" in The G.I. Executioner, he was also 2nd Unit Director 
Peter Gernert  
Dragon Lee Yet another Bruce Lee knock-off, except this one's chubby 
Director Claim to Fame
Joel M. Reed Directed Blood-Sucking Freaks, the only film with the distinction of being too gross for the Smithees 

Kevin Hogan

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