PG | | Action, Comedy, Crime
Chicago police lieutenant Jim Brannigan is sent to the UK to escort organized crime boss Ben Larkin back to the USA but Larkin's hit-men prepare an ambush for Brannigan.
Paramount first announced this for John Wayneback in 1964. At that stage of development, it was to be set in a Near East trouble spot.
You must be getting old, Angell, trying to push second-rate paper like this.
Angell: Turn around, big man!
Brannigan: Angell, you're a real bush-leaguer.
Angell: Oh yeah?
Brannigan: Oh, you know something, I don't think it's loaded.
Angell: Why you dirty lousy mick! You got no rules! You got no...
Brannigan's apartment wall is blown apart, revealing the Albert Memorial head-on at eye level. This view would only be possible if his flat were in the Royal Albert Hall.
Several of the actors who played minor parts are listed by actor's name in the opening titles but are not listed by actor's name and character's name in the closing credits.
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