St. Ives

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Released 1976

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Director:
J. Lee Thompson
Released:
1976
Rating:
PG

St. Ives is a 1976 crime drama that was directed by J. Lee Thompson. In the film, Raymond St. Ives (Charles Bronson) is a struggling fictional crime novelist who is down on his luck. He is recently divorced with alimony to pay, living in a cheap motel and dealing with a severe gambling addiction. So, when his lawyer offers him an opportunity to make some quick money, he jumps at the chance. The job is to negotiate the safe return of a journal belonging to professional burglar, Abner Procane (John Houseman). Procane is well known in the L.A. area and was planning a very ambitious heist when his plans were stolen. He sought out St. Ives because he knew he was a former crime reporter who understood the ins and outs of the crime world. When things do not go as planned, St. Ives turns to his friend police lieutenant Charlie Blunt (Dana Elcar) to help bail him out. Can St. Ives complete his assignment, or will the danger of the criminal underworld be too much for him?

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    Thrillers, Crime, 70s