Malibu Bay Films released Picasso Trigger in February of 1988. Andy Sidaris wrote and directed the film starring Steve Bond, Dona Speir, and Hope Marie Carlton.
‘Picasso Trigger’ Movie Summary
In Paris, during an opening exhibition of a Picasso Yellow-margin Triggerfish painting, shadowy men, assassinate businessman, Alejandro Felipe Salazar who is also an underworld kingpin known as Picasso Trigger.
Cut to a conversation where Dallas oilman L.G. Abilene (played by a Jerry Lawler impersonator) calls his nephew Travis Abilene long distance on the Malibu Express in Honolulu, Hawaii. He informs Travis that Picasso Trigger is dead with no known suspects.
Meanwhile, in Las Vegas at the Greenhorn Club in the Sands Casino, agents from the government’s L.E.T.H.A.L. Agency keep an eye on Mr. Schiavo, and his men keep an eye on them. The agents take the back roads to Palm Springs where Mr. Schiavo’s henchmen catch up to them in a helicopter, and blow them up with a bazooka.read full summary
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