Gordon Pinsent (Cliff Reynolds)Alexandra Stewart (Barbara Lawrence)Lawrence Dane (Jerry Cuozzo)Domini Blythe (Gabriella)Jon Granik (George Sterzi)Al Waxman (Harry)Ron Hartmann (Inspector)Judy Ann Davies (Jennifer)Joan Blackman (Wife)Roger Periard (Bob)Frank Perry (Santo)Ken James (Sid)Walter Massey (Policeman)Don MacIntyre (Detective)Charles Perley (Mike)Jeanine Sharp (Darlene)Christiane Robinson (Daughter)Bob Lande (Bodyguard)
TV Reporter and Cameraman Cliff Reynolds(Pinsent), while filming Municipal Beach(Montreal)during a Four-Day Heatwave in the Summer of '74, coincidentally photographs Escaped Convict, Jerry Cuozzo(Dane), and a combination of concern of being identified, along with some avarice "shooting from the hip" on the part of Reynolds; Cuozzo(Dane) is exceptional at playing someone with a lot on his plate: Throw the Cops and those which whom he has double-crossed off his trail, and at the same time, use his girlfriend and female contact--along with Reynolds(Pinsent)--to accomplish his goal: make a score on the "shipment." Not a particularly novel script; but the acting is superb, considering Canada should stick to Hockey rather than movie making! It is a great movie and Domini Blythe(Cuozzo's girlfriend) along with Alexandra Stewart, are worth watching, too--Two very pretty ladies- Stewart is the better actress, though. Pinsent is not such a good actor; but he is quite convincing as a "out of his league" character, here. Dane is awesome. He must be of Italian heritage. Try not to miss this one.