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Howard Converse, deep in gambling debt and with a wife in an iron lung, has embezzled $250,000 from the bank where he works. He flees as bank examiners begin their review of the bank's ... See full summary »

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Inspector Lewis Erskine
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Arthur Ward
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Special Agent Tom Colby
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Howard Dale Converse
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Isabel Nugent
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Virgil Roy Phipps
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Marian Converse
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Meda Jo Phipps
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Preston Archer
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Wentworth, the wino
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Aunt Florrie Buell
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Cal Grimes
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Howard Converse, deep in gambling debt and with a wife in an iron lung, has embezzled $250,000 from the bank where he works. He flees as bank examiners begin their review of the bank's books. Erskine and Colby lead the FBI's search for the fugitive bank officer. Meanwhile, Converse is in danger for his life. Part of his getaway plan calls for riding with an ex-con and his child bride. The ex-con learns who his passenger is -- and he intends to kill Converse and keep the money for himself. Written by Bill Koenig

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10 November 1968 (USA)  »

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