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Carl Milland is a legitimate, successful businessman who used to be a big-time gangster. Harry witnesses Mr. Milland's daughter being murdered on the beach, and sees a young man in the vicinity moments later. The police arrest the young man, who is an aspiring actor named Todd Conway, but release him for lack of evidence. Todd then hires Harry the next day after an attempt on his life. Orwell suspects Carl Milland has put a 'hit' on Todd, and strikes a deal with Milland to give him 24 hours to find the real killer of his daughter. Written by Clintessence

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13 February 1975 (USA)  »

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Farrah Fawcett makes her debut as Harry's neighbor, Sue. See more »

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Harry Orwell: If the fog hadn't burned off early that morning, I wouldn't have gone fishing, and I might never have seen her. The perfect image of the good life. Like a travel brochure. Or a glossy advertisement for your favorite brand of cigarettes.
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