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During the scene where David is driving in the rain, the song playing is "(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone," which originated on the TV series The Monkees (1966),which Bob Rafelson created. The version in the film is performed by his son, Peter Rafelson. See more »
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Jack, thank God you're home.
I need your help. It's Connie, she's run away again.
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Having watched this film, I became bored after about 30 minutes and as it was only just over 90 minutes long I persevered in the hope it would improve!! No chance!!!
The Gang of Six were the WORST band of thieves ever put together in the history of Film Thieves!! Santa Claus, Granny, Psycho, a Member of the Adams family and 9 Toes! All in sync with the dodgy bloke in the bank, who made it so obvious what was going on, he'd have been sussed in an instance!!!
A slow, boring plot....a slow, boring cast....totally lacked invention and motivation.....PLUS, whatever happened to the missing girl???? If her mother was that bothered, why did she never get suspicious when Jack Friar (S L J) never returned???
Dire, Drab and waste of time...If anyone else gets the chance to watch this....DON'T!
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