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52 Pick-Up (1986)

aka 52 Pick-Up

"His Wife... His Mistress... His Career... A Deadly Trap."

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Details: 110 mins · English · R (USA)


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Small Barbara Mitchell
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Small Mark Arveson
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No_movie_poster Robert F. Shugrue Editor
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Small John Frankenheimer Director
Small Menahem Golan Producer
No_movie_poster Yoram Globus Producer
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No_movie_poster John Steppling Screenplay
No_movie_poster Henry T. Weinstein Executive Producer
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"His Wife... His Mistress... His Career... A Deadly Trap."


Harry Mitchell (Roy Scheider) is a successful industrialist living in the suburbs of Los Angeles whose wife Barbara (Ann-Margret) is running for city council while he is having an affair. Harry is confronted by three blackmailers demanding $105,000 for a videotape of him and his mistress, Cini (Kelly Preston).

Because of his wife's political aspirations, he can't go to the police. Harry's lawyer advises him that paying the blackmailers won't likely make them go away, so he refuses to pay. The criminals up the ante by murdering Cini and framing Harry for the murder, demanding $105,000 a year for the rest of his life to keep the evidence they have on him under wraps.

Harry opens his financial records to one of them with a background in accounting, Alan Raimy (John Glover). Seeing that their mark owes money to the government and cannot afford the $105,000, Raimy agrees to accept Harry's counter offer of $52,000, at least as a first payment. Harry then turns the blackmailers against one another, putting his wife's life in grave danger in the process.

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