"Mike Kovac" (Charles Bronson) gets an anonymous tip to be at a certain corner at 10 p.m. if wants to get a really interesting photograph. Not thrilled about this kind of situation, he still goes because this is what he does for a living and he has to take some chances. It's almost impossible for a good photographer to pass up a great photo.
Anyway, not to get detailed and spoil anything, Mike gets involved in some extortion racket by a hood named "Glenn Markey" (Berry Kroeger, who was in a number of the film noirs in the '40s). The New York police want to flush this guy out and use Kovac as bait. Mike is a no-go on that idea but his dad "Anton" (Ludwig Stossel) convinces him it's the right thing to do.
Complications arise from that idea, big-time and Kovacs has to get the bad guy and rescue his father at the same time, all the while hoping the cops don't mess it up. Mike is convinced he knows how to handle things better than they do.
By the way, speaking of cops-and-robbers, the guest actor, Robert Ellenstein, who main lawman "Lt. Abrams" is a dead ringer for actor Herschel Bernardi, who starred with Craig Stevens in "Peter Gunn."
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