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Charles Bronson in St Ives


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continuing a season of films starring one of the biggest box office names of today. Tonight with Jacqueline Bisset, John Houseman and Maximilian Schell.

Former crime reporter St Ives needs money and is happy to accept a job that will give him $10,000. His mission is to collect five private ledgers, stolen from multi-millionaire Abner Procane, in exchange for a huge ransom. Before the deal is completed St Ives is going to earn his fee for the most dangerous assignment of his career.
Screenplay by Barry Beckerman. Based on the novel "The Procane Chronicle" by Oliver Bleek.

(Films: page 18)


Screenwriter: Barry Beckerman
Author: Oliver Bleek
Producer: Pancho Kohner
Producer: Stanley Canter
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Raymond St Ives: Charles Bronson
Abner Procane: John Houseman
Janet Whistler: Jacqueline Bisset
Dr John Constable: Maximilian Schell
Eddie: Elisha Cook
Officer Deal: Harry Guardino
Detective Oller: Harris Yulin
Seymour: Joe Roman
First hood: Robert Englund
Second hood: Mark Thomas
Third hood: Jeff Goldblum
Hesh: Dick O'Neill

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Charles Bronson in St Ives

BBC One London, 16 September 1985 22.05

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