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|Directed by||Gordon Flemyng|
|Written by||Donald E. Westlake (novel)
|Release date(s)||October 1968|
|Running time||91 min.|
Plot synopsis 
Thieves fall out when over a half million dollars goes missing after the daring and carefully planned robbery of the Los Angeles Coliseum during a football game, each one accusing the other of having the money.
The heist has been masterminded by a man named McClain and his partner, Gladys. In choosing their accomplices carefully, McClain challenges getaway driver Harry Kifka to a race, picks a fight with thug Bert Clinger and has a shooting match with marksman Dave Negli before pulling off the job.
Together, the thieves make off with $500,000. McClain stashes the money with Ellie, his estranged wife. While his partners impatiently await their split of the loot, Lt. Walter Brill takes charge of the case. Ellie is attacked and killed by Herb Sutro, her landlord, who steals the money as well.
Everyone wants the money now, including Brill, the cop. He and McClain decide to divide it up between themselves, but the rest of McClain's gang has other ideas. They shoot it out and Brill is saluted for his heroism, even though he is now every bit as guilty as the rest.
- Jim Brown as McClain
- Diahann Carroll as Ellie Kennedy
- Ernest Borgnine as Bert Clinger
- Julie Harris as Gladys
- Gene Hackman as Detective Lt. Walter Brill
- Jack Klugman as Harry Kifka
- Warren Oates as Marty Gough
- James Whitmore as Herb Sutro
- Donald Sutherland as Dave Negli
- Joyce Jameson as Jenifer
- Harry Hickox as Detective
- Jackie Joseph as Jackie
- Warren Vanders as Mason
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