The Baltimore Bullet (1980)

Director
Robert Ellis Miller

Main cast
James Coburn; Omar Sharif; Bruce Boxleitner; Ronee Blakley; Jack O'Halloran

Genres
Comedy, Crime, Drama

Description
A tale of two hustlers trying to set up a big game.


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