Two master thieves go at odds with one another as one sets the other up for a crime. The first, a suave pro who does his job and then hides in his own privacy, listening to old jazz records and caring for his ailing dog, Wally. The other is a local gangster with a taste for the finer life, who decides to eliminate the competition. This ignites a war between the two men and their aides. An angry mob boss and a female police officer try to sort the mess before things get too out of hand. Written by
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
It's all about payback.
Did You Know?
When Mackin goes to the store and buys an LP: "Look To The Rainbow" with Walter Wanderley on organ and piano. See more
Among "Thanks to" (corporate contributors) in end titles: "Calvin Kelin", an obvious typo for Calvin Klein. See more
What kind of brother drives a Volvo, anyway?
The kind that appreciates safety.
Check it; this thing's got side-impact airbags.
I get in a wreck it's all good; straighter than straight.
References Gone with the Wind
Tongue Tied See more