A man named McClain's tasked with planning the robbery of a Los Angeles Coliseum after a big game. He recruits 4 men. The job goes off without a hitch. When they ponder where to keep the money McClain suggests they leave it with Ellie, his girlfriend. But when she's killed, the money's vanished, and they all wonders what happened. They assume McClain knows where the money is, but he doesn't. He thinks the cop investigating the robbery and Ellie's death know more than he's letting on.
The money was easy to steal...but hard to split!
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Did You Know?
Based on the 1966 novel "The Seventh" by Richard Stark (pseudonym for Donald Westlake). Jim Brown's character "McClain" is actually Parker, the high-stakes criminal portrayed by Lee Marvin ("Point Blank"), Mel Gibson ("Payback") and Jason Statham ("Parker"). See more
As McClain is escaping from Ellie's apartment, a detective shoots at him, breaking the car windshield. The glass breaks in jagged shards, which is wrong. Car glass is tempered safety glass which breaks in beaded chunks. Safety glass has been standard in cars since the 1920s. See more
Listen, Marty, the last man I killed I did it for $5000. For $85,000 I'd kill you 17 times.
Featured in Jim Brown: All American
It's Just A Game, Love
Music by Quincy Jones
Lyrics by Ernie Shelby
Sung by Clydie King
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