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An ex-C.I.A. hitman running from his past (Malone) finds just how difficult it is to retire when he runs accross a small town controlled by mercenaries and a family that's resisting their control.Written by
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In the early 1980s, Burt Reynolds was in talks to adapt novelist Don Pendleton's character "Mack Bolan" from the immensely popular "Executioner" series, which was first published in 1969 to 1980. Due to Reynolds' character using the 44 Automag, a signature weapon of Mack Bolan, "Malone" was initially mistaken for a Mack Bolan episode. However, it was based off the relatively obscure novel titled, "Shotgun" by William Wingate. Reynolds used the Automag as a joke directed at his friend and cinematic rival, Clint Eastwood. See more »
The sheriff looks at Malone's drivers license which clearly has a street address in Baltimore, then immediately asks "Why do you have a post office box for an address?" See more »
I think it's time for you to get some help.
Because you can't do your job anymore.
Because I let that man live?
That man is the worst bastard that...
I don't care! I've had enough! I want out.
What am I supposed to tell our superiors at the company?
Tell them good bye.
You know too much. One of the first things you tought me is that nobody just walks away from the CIA.
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UK cinema and video versions were cut by 1 second to remove an ear clap. See more »
Burt Reynolds did an awesome job as Malone, I thought he did real well as a CIA-agent; I thought he did well fighting as he did shooting, in that one scene on the bridge where he busted that dude up that was awesome; and unfortunatley for the guy's brother there was something under that newspaper! And Malone did a well job getting even with the villian & his followers when they killed that women. Malone is definantley not the type of guy to mess with!
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