The Big Fix

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Released 1978

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The Big Fix

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Director:
Jeremy Kagan
Released:
1978
Rating:
PG
The Big Fix is a 1978 feature film directed by Jeremy Kagan. It is an adaptation of a book by Roger Simon, who also wrote the screenplay for the movie. The film combines mystery and action; a political activist becomes a detective with a mission to clear a governor candidate's name during an election. The detective, Moses Wine (Richard Dreyfuss) is convinced by a former college sweetheart, Lila Shay (Susan Anspach) to join her favored candidate's campaign for governor of California. He agrees, and soon afterwards, the whole campaign team is shocked when they find that someone is circulating a flyer with faked photographs of Miles Hawthorne, the man running for governor. The flyer clearly has libelous intent: it shows Hawthorne standing next to an unpopular radical who was known for advocating violence around the state. When Moses Wine dedicates himself to clearing the governor's name by uncovering the source of libelous flyers, he finds himself in way over his head as his life becomes in danger.moreless
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