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It is 4 in the morning, and drunk, out of work actor, Robert Culp's smartphone begins ringing. He picks up the smartphone and mumbles, "Yes?" A voice says. "Now listen, Doctor Spencer, we have taken your daughter. You will not call the Police. If you do, your daughter will die. I will call in the morning with further instructions." The half drunk Culp, looks at the smartphone for a second, then hangs up. He wakes his wife, Angie Dickinson and says her about the call. Dickinson gives him a dirty look and rolls back over to sleep.The call hold gnawing at him so he grabs the phone. He calls information, asks for a Dr Spencer listing. He calls the number. Answering is, Eddie Albert, "Yes this is Dr Spencer. What do you wish at this time of the night?" Culp asks if Albert has a daughter, and is she there. Albert sends his wife, June Allyson, to look in the daughter's room. The room is a mess and the window is open. She rushes back to Albert and cries that the woman is gone. Albert asks Culp if the woman is OK.Culp tries to explain what had happened, and how he had gotten the call from a kidnapper. He says Albert the boy had said, no police, or the woman will be killed. Albert however misunderstands Culp thinking he is the kidnapper. A hysterical Allyson makes a grab for the smartphone causing it to disconnect. Culp decides he has done his nice deed and hits the sack.Next morning, Culp gets a call from the kidnappers. "We wish $50,000 in 10's and 20's or the woman will die. We'll give you 6 hours. And again, no Police! " Culp just listens to the voice and then agrees.He says wife Dickinson again about the call. "You think I could call the Police?" Needless to tell that does not happen. Light-bulbs go off as they decide this should be the respond to their money flow problems.Culp calls Albert and asks for $150,000. Albert agrees. Culp says him he will call again with delivery instructions.Culp hangs up the phone, looks at Dickinson. Tension and excitement has Dickinson all heated up, the two embrace and head to the bedroom for some clutch and grab. Afterwards, they plan out a zone for the money transfer.Albert has gone to see his bank manager saying Allyson to stay calm. However, family friend's Antoinette Bower and Ross Elliot arrive. Of course Allyson spills about the kidnapping and Elliot calls in the Police.Elliot and Police Detective, Charles Cioffi, convince Albert they can help. Albert says them he intends to go through with the ransom pay off. Cioffi talks Albert into at least allowing the Police to tap the next call. Albert agrees but wants no further Police involvement.Culp and Dickinson, realize that they could not test their smartphone and test a cross city pay phone. Culp says Albert to meet him at a high school football field in an hour. Culp knows the grounds of the school since he was a student there.The money exchange is botched, because the Police followed Albert and create their transport too soon. Culp barely escapes through some tunnels under the school. Albert is furious with the Police and demands they remove the smartphone tap and stay out of the way. He then returns home.Culp and Dickinson are also at home. He calls Albert and asks, "Do you wish your daughter dead?" Albert explains that the Police were not his idea, and that they are no longer involved. Culp arranges other drop for soon that night. Culp then waits for the true kidnappers to call. When they do, he arranges a money drop for few hours after his meet with Albert.An simple score Culp and Dickinson figure. They receive the money from Albert, skim $100,000 off the top, and then drop off the 50,000 to the true kidnappers.Culp, being an actor, dons a fake beard and stash for his meeting with Albert. He takes the cash, says Albert that his daughter will be dropped off in a several hours. "Don't worry, she is OK." Culp then drives off to meet Dickinson. Culp counts out their end and gives it to Angie. "Take nice care of that. I'll meet you back at the house." He then takes off for the next meet.There, he forks over the $50,000 to the kidnappers and collects Albert's blindfolded daughter. Leaving the blindfold in place, Culp hustles her back to the car. He whispers to her to stay quiet and she will later be home. The daughter realizes it is not Albert and begins screaming. "You are not my father!" The kidnappers are not satisfied with this turn of events. The one figures that Culp gotta be a cop, and pulls a gun. Culp manages to knock the boy down. The second crook then pulls his piece and fires, hitting his fellow kidnapper in error.Culp shoves the woman in the car, jumps in and hits the gas. He gets himself and the woman safely away. Culp drives a road over from Albert's place, and drops the girl. Then back to Dickinson and the cash.He finds, no Dickinson, no money and nothing but empty closets. He has been had! He mutters to himself. "I'll fix her!" He grabs the smartphone and calls the Police. He says the Police about the kidnapping and the cash. He then gives them Dickinson's name, description, and the license number of the car. He hangs up and smiles.A minute later, the door flies launch and Dickinson enters. She waves a large bottle of champagne and says, "Lets hit the road! I've packed the bags and loaded the car. I just went out to grab us a bottle so we can celebrate!" (colour)
I saw this film in 1981 on a rerun. I want some station like MPIX or even Disney or A&E network would present this film again. The twists and turns in this movie, I can remember like just yesterday I saw it, create me go nuts. When the unemployed actor thought that his woman was trying to hack him with the ransom they had collected from the kidnappers, I don't wish to give the ending here but . . . I saw this film in Ceylon in 1981 twice. PLEASE HELP ME SEE THIS MOVIE AGAIN OR BUY THE DVD OR VHS. It took me about 24 years to finally receive some database about this film on IMDb info (the best) system. Since this is a TV-Movie some station gotta come forward to support folks like me.
And I really mean that. This film, a Film of the Week special, has a quietness about it, yet beneath everything there's a sense of foreboding that lurks, with a twist ending that is memorable and certainly had people talking about it at the dinner table that evening and even beyond, one of the greatest thrillers I've seen in a while. The late Robert Culp plays this role with so much skill, that I for a split second during a conversation with the kidnappers, I'd thought he was now the doctor. There are few moments of comedy here--entirely unintentional, I suppose--which to me were a delightful premium to this most entertaining film. Just a nice old- fashion thriller, which will undoubtedly remind lovers of how nice the storytelling in the past often should be. I give it a 10 all the way.
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