A prison inmate comes up with a plan to break out in order to be near his wife--and also the $50,000 in stolen cash for which he was originally imprisoned.

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Joe Baker
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Pipes
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Ann Baker
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Skip Manion
Sean Garrison ...
Frank McCready
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Marian
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Fletcher
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Middleton
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Banks
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Phil Caprio
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Mackey
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A prison inmate comes up with a plan to break out in order to be near his wife and the $50,000 in stolen cash for which he was originally imprisoned. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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8 December 1970 (USA)  »

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Cavale pour un magot  »

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Filmed in 1967 but not broadcast until 1970. See more »

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I saw this movie before the 1st Moon Landing in 1969!
15 April 2011 | by (Redding Ca) – See all my reviews

Even though it says it wasn't broadcast until 1970, I distinctly remember watching this in Ireland on TV. The station was using it as a "filler" while waiting for the astronauts to step out onto the moon. The movie had to be cut off short of the ending when they decided to come out of the lunar module. Had to wait a week until the station re-broadcast it in it's entirety. So it must have been given a release in Europe prior to it's American release, after sitting on the shelf for 3 years! I remember it was an enjoyable movie, I don't remember much of the plot but it was interesting to see James Drury in a different role, as we had only seen him in The Virginian up to that time. I would love to see it again. Maybe Timeless Media will find it and release it on DVD as they have several other Universal TV movies.


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