Abner Procane, top L.A. burglar, finds that somebody stole his plans for next ambitious heist. He hires Raymond St. Ives, crime books writer, to negotiate the return of those documents. Written by
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He's got a half-finished novel in his typewriter. $100,000 bucks in a bag. And everyone in town on his tail.
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Did You Know?
The meaning and relevance of this movie's 'St. Ives' title is that it refers to the last name of the movie's central character, Raymond St. Ives, played by Charles Bronson
. The main American movie poster boasted that "Charles Bronson is Ray St. Ives" in its tagline. Bronson's earlier movie, Mr. Majestyk
(1974), had also featured his character's surname as its movie title, but with the courtesy title of "Mr." included. Interestingly, the French version of this movie is called 'Monsieur St. Ives', which translates into the English language as, 'Mr. St. Ives'. See more
When Charlie drives St. Ives home from the hospital, the same street pattern repeats itself. A store sign for "Newman's" goes by several times. See more
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