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Deadly Ambition 

Ernie Cahn leads a holdup of an armored car near Detroit. Cahn and his confederates had first stolen explosives from a National Guard armory which they then used in the heist. But Cahn, ... See full summary »

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Inspector Lewis Erskine
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Arthur Ward
Shelly Novack ...
Agent Chris Daniels
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Vincent Beck ...
Fisher
Dean Cromer ...
Durst (as Mike Kopcha)
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Sid Alpert
William Hansen ...
Harry Cahn
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Wilcox
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Judith Grinnell
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Ernie
Jo Jo Malone ...
Beverly Holmes
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Sykes
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Sheriff's Deputy
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SA Ed Spanger
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Ernie Cahn leads a holdup of an armored car near Detroit. Cahn and his confederates had first stolen explosives from a National Guard armory which they then used in the heist. But Cahn, brash and arrogant, traits that will prove his undoing. Erskine and Daniels lead the bureau's hunt for Cahn. But Cahn may not survive long enough to be apprehended by the FBI. Cahn's employers have concluded he's a liability and plan to have to him killed. Written by Bill Koenig

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17 March 1974 (USA)  »

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