SKELETON COAST suffers from a skeletal script, an obviously low budget, and an unusually flagrant disregard for anything approaching plot logic. But it doesn't lack second-level character stars. Leading the mayhem is Ernest Borgnine, playing a retired US Marine colonel whose CIA agent son
has been taken prisoner by the Angolan army after aiding a rebel uprising. In response, Dad assembles a semimagnificent seven (including Peter Kwong, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Daniel Greene, and Nancy Mulford, the last in sexy commando garb) to storm the fortress where Junior is being held by a sadistic
East German colonel (Robert Vaughan, barely mustering the energy to maintain his acc...