|Directed by||Richard T. Heffron|
|Produced by||Bernard Schwartz|
|Screenplay by||Paul Edwards|
|Story by||Iván Nagy|
Cathy Lee Crosby
|Music by||Charles Bernstein|
|Edited by||Anthony DiMarco|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|June 4, 1976|
Trackdown is a 1976 American crime drama exploitation film directed by Richard T. Heffron and starring James Mitchum and Karen Lamm.
A rancher's sister runs away from her Montana home for an exciting life in Los Angeles. However, she is abducted and sold into sexual slavery by a gang. Her brother comes to the city to find her, and when the police won't help, he takes the law into his own hands.
The film features the song "Runaway Girl" performed by country Western singer Kenny Rogers.
The film is on DVD by Shout! Factory. It was released on November 12, 2013, as part of Shout's Action Packed Movie Marathon, Vol. 2.