Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
After being double-crossed and left for dead, a mysterious man named Walker single-mindedly tries to retrieve the money that was stolen from him.
The front of the Tiffany movie theater can be seen when Walker (Lee Marvin) sees Yost (Keenan Wynn) just outside Lynne's (Sharon Acker) house. The scene is shot from the roof of the Lou Costello Building, across the street from the Tiffany. The Tiffany's marquee is advertising its current showing, the 1965 Danish sex comedy "Eric Soya's 17." The Tiffany opened on November 2, 1966. The Tiffany was the first theater on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, California. It stood at 8532 W. Sunset Blvd, west of La Cienega between the Playboy Club and Dino's Lodge restaurant. It was constructed in an office building originally built in 1935. Before the building was converted into The Tiffany, the building was used as a location for the 1958-64 television series "77 Sunset Strip," the building being the location of the offices of the show's private detectives. [04.17.2021]
Cell. Prison Cell. How did I get here?
When Walker has a flashback about shooting up the bed, it's painfully obvious Lee Marvin simulates the recoil of the gun before it fires.
introducing JOHN VERNON
and SHARON ACKER