Cop-Out - ake Stranger in the House (Blu-ray)
Directed by Pierre Rouve
John Sawyer (James Mason, Odd Man Out) who was once a great attorney has become a recluse. His only link with the past is his beautiful 20-year-old daughter Angela (Geraldine Chaplin, Doctor Zhivago). But Angela is contemptuous of her father, she doesn’t understand him and he doesn’t understand her or the younger generation. When Angela’s boyfriend (Paul Bertoya, Hot Rods to Hell) is wrongfully accused of murder, Sawyer decides to defend him. Somehow he must find a way to regain the savvy that made him a great lawyer while trying to understand the younger generation and come to terms with his own life. Written and Directed by Pierre Rouve (Diamonds for Breakfast), based on a novel by George Simenon (Inspector Maigret) and co-starring music legend Bobby Darin (Hell is for Heroes).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Original Theatrical Trailer
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