R | | Comedy, Drama, Mystery
The Pickering Commission concluded that a lone gunman killed U.S. President Timothy Kegan (John Warner) in 1960, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Nineteen years later a dying man confesses to be the real shooter hired to kill him. Kegan's brother and filthy rich father investigate.
During production of this movie, Belinda Bauer and Writer and Director William Richert developed a romantic relationship.
Looks like you were telling the truth.
Nick Kegan: Truth? Pa, I'm your son.
Pa Kegan: Ah, you always had an excitable imagination. For a while, as a boy, I was afraid you might turn out to be a fag.
Nick Kegan: You're a real winner, Pa.
When Yvette refuses Nick's marriage proposal, she puts her right hand on his face. When the angle changes she suddenly has both hands on his face.
TCM recently ran the film in a version from Columbia Television. It was cropped into a 4:3 losing all side information and the film was edited to remove all nudity, violence and language.