Johnny Gallagher, a sergeant, is sent from Germany with a prisoner. The prisoner escapes from the men's room at National Airport and Hackman begins his search for his man. Enlisting the help of his ex-wife and various old friends, he finds that the prisoner is part of a plot by senior military personnel on both sides to kill a very high-ranking world figure in order to sabotage arms control talks. Written by
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He's one man racing against time to stop the most explosive conspiracy in history.
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Did You Know?
The "christmas present" Walter Henke gets, the rifle - which is identical to Boyette's assassin weapon, of course - is indeed Austrian as Henke says, it's a Steyr AUG Bullpup 5.56mm universal rifle, manufactured by Steyr Mannlicher. It is the standard service rifle with several militaries including the Austrian Army, Australian Army, and the Irish Defence Forces. See more
Toward the start of the movie, right after the shooting of the general in his car, as the assassins start driving off, while Gene Hackman and his soldiers are shooting at them, you can plainly see the camera and two operators next to the car for about twelve frames. See more
Sgt. Johnny Gallagher
I lost my package
Referenced in Intimate Portrait: Pam Grier
Soul of the Land
Performed and Written by William Olvis
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