Charles Bronson Collection

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Overview

Ex-crime reporter turned novelist Raymond St. Ives Charles Bronson is drawn back into the world of his former profession by wealthy Abner Procane John Houseman. St. Ives is hired to locate a stolen set of ledgers that, if made public, could trigger an all-out mob war. Amazingly, St. Ives fails to recognize who his real friends and enemies are in the course of his investigation, and it takes all his mental and physical resources to keep from being exterminated. One of the characters who isn't all that she seems is...
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Overview

Ex-crime reporter turned novelist Raymond St. Ives Charles Bronson is drawn back into the world of his former profession by wealthy Abner Procane John Houseman. St. Ives is hired to locate a stolen set of ledgers that, if made public, could trigger an all-out mob war. Amazingly, St. Ives fails to recognize who his real friends and enemies are in the course of his investigation, and it takes all his mental and physical resources to keep from being exterminated. One of the characters who isn't all that she seems is sexy Janet Whistler Jacqueline Bisset. While the "main" cast is serviceable, the lineup of future stars in minor roles Daniel J. Travanti, Jeff Goldblum, Robert Englund, Michael Lerner is fascinating. Based on The Procane Chronicle, a novel by Oliver Bleeck.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Telefon: Theatrical trailer; St. Ives: Vintage featurette Bronson St. Ives; Theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/19/2009
  • UPC: 883929068777
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:18:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 10,811

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side B -- St. Ives
1. Wake Up Raymond [3:35]
2. Credits [2:51]
3. Sounds Okay [3:15]
4. Dryer Discovery [3:16]
5. Asking and Answering [2:10]
6. Early Visitor [4:40]
7. Bad Company [4:58]
8. Hanging in There [2:40]
9. New Rendezvous [2:57]
10. Bulletproof [3:22]
11. The Bit on Cummins [4:50]
12. The Drop on St. Ives [4:16]
13. Gathering Material [3:00]
14. Union Station [3:10]
15. New Player [2:40]
16. Inside Man [3:01]
17. Officer Frann's Agenda [3:24]
18. Crime Scene [5:00]
19. Shooter's Target [3:33]
20. Special Kind of Cop [4:20]
21. The Drive-in [5:02]
22. Not According to Plan [5:15]
23. Man Behind the Scream [4:48]
24. Pair into the Pool [3:14]
25. Expensive Being Honest [2:29]
26. End Credits [1:56]
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Disc #1, Side A -- Telefon
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Disc #1, Side B -- St. Ives
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    As Bronson movies go, I think that St. Ives is below average; Telefon is better written. Both will hold your attention.

    The headline says it all.

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