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I watched this on AMC this morning. That is, I watched until the reading of the will scene which had two glaring errors in it that discouraged me from watching any further. The lawyer can't manage the line "in his employ" and pronounces it "in his employee". This scene was not retaken, showing how cheaply the film was made. Also, the prop used for the will is quite plainly a copy of the American Constitution like you can find in any Washington D.C. souvenir shop. If that's not enough to take you "out of the story", I don't know what is. Roy Scheider should have tried to have every copy of this film destroyed. It wouldn't have cost much.
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