When his wife is killed in a restaurant shoot-out, intelligence man Harry Hannan (Roy Scheider) has a breakdown and finds that his department doesn't want him back. Someone's trying to kill him and it could be them, though a cryptic Jewish death-threat suggests there's something else going on. His only ally seems to be mousy Ellie Fabian (Janet Margolin) who has managed to move into his New York apartment. Written by
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It was his toughest case - and it could kill him! [Australia Video]
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Did You Know?
score for this film was composed in the style of regular Hitch music composer Bernard Herrmann
who worked regularly with thriller director Alfred Hitchcock
. Music composer Rózsa had actually worked with Hitchcock himself once, on 1945's Spellbound (1945). See more
In the scene in the synagogue, Harry appears to be going through a register book when he finds his grandfather's name. Actually, he's reading a tractate of the Talmud, which is entirely in Aramaica and Hebrew - and he's holding it upside down. See more
This was the prime whorehouse of the East Side. A moment of reverence, please: fifty years ago, this was the very place I lost my cherry.
Music by Miklós Rózsa
(as Miklos Rozsa)
Arranged by Joe Reisman See more