Kansas City Bomber is a 1972 American drama film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, directed by Jerrold Freedman and starring Raquel Welch. The film is an inside look at the world of co-ed Roller Derby, then a popular league sport. The story focuses on K.C. Carr who has just left her former team in Kansas City, Missouri to start her life as a single mother over again in Portland, Oregon with a team called the Portland Loggers. Loggers' owner Burt Henry is clearly interested in her, and K.C. and Burt date. But Burt has a rather ruthless side to him: he trades away K.C.'s best friend on the...
|Release date:||August 2, 1972|
|Directed by:||Jerrold Freedman|