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Hollywood stuntman Colt Seavers picks up some extra pocket money by using his rough-and-tumble skills to track and capture bail jumpers, "helped" by his green younger cousin, Howie, and Jody, a beautiful stunt colleague.

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While in Aspen, Colt meets an old friend (Anne Lockhart) who claims to have shot her politician husband (David Hedison) in self-defense.
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A crime boss pursues Colt and a novelist (Susan Lucci) through Florida swamps in an attempt to avoid becoming the writer's next subject.
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While attending a convention in Las Vegas, Colt finds out his former partner (Tricia O'Neil), a stuntwoman, is involved in land fraud.
aired 356 days ago
Colt discovers the 11-year-old daughter (Dana Hill) of a missing bookmaker (Buck Taylor) can help convict several major crime figures.

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