It begins with a burglary, at night, in an old but fancy mansion, in which the home owner is killed. So, our cops lead the investigation...Clues, inquest, suspects, really nothing worth here. It is question of paintings, fake notorious portraits. OJ Simpson, the notorious - too - football player, who was popularized with his - also too - notorious trial in which he was accused to kill his wife, so OJ Simmson plays here a painter or the mob, at least the evil guys. Look out for Rosemary Forsythe too; remember the beautiful dame who was in WAR LORD, co starring Charlton Heston. Directed by Leo Penn, a prolific film maker for TV industry.
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