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Arthur Milo, an IRS official with access to detailed personal and financial data, chooses his kidnap victims from his files. Pete Honeycutt is in charge of the case and Milo taunts him with personal phone calls, eventually threatening his family. Written by
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This movie was apparently inspired by a true story but it was dramatized.
In April of 1967, a young boy named Kenny Young was abducted from his family's Beverly Hills, California mansion. His father was a prominent financial executive. Kenny's maternal grandfather founded the company. Kenny was held for a $250,000 ransom.
After several years of investigation, the culprit was discovered. He was an IRS agent. He had an ex-con as an accomplice.
The movie dramatizes the Kenny Young kidnapping. It also pads the story a bit by having a second kidnapping. I guess the other kidnapping was added for drama's seek.
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