A suburban couple discovers that they are pawns for a powerful crime syndicate. They try to break away from the cartel and go legitimate, but the syndicate doesn't want to give them up so easily.

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Tom Harrison
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Eve Harrison
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Hal Carter
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Anderson
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Alton
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Davenport
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Ruth
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Craigmeyer
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Doctor Helm
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Man from Toledo
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A suburban couple discovers that they are pawns for a powerful crime syndicate. They try to break away from the cartel and go legitimate, but the syndicate doesn't want to give them up so easily.

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25 February 1967 (USA)  »

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suspense movie made for TV in 1967
16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

great movie! i haven't seen it on TV in a couple of decades, but would love to see it again. anyone know when it might be on TV again, or where i might get a copy? it reminds me somewhat of another really good movie made for TV called brotherhood of the bell. a large and powerful crime syndicate was prevalent in both. the protagonist in both had to escape from life threatening situation. Inga Stephens has never been better. it is too bad this movie wasn't released to the theaters, or at least introduced on video. it is certainly considered a classic by those of us that have seen it, but so many haven't. it will probably be on video sometime in the future, the sooner the better.


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