The Gun Runners (Blu-ray)
Directed by Don Siegel
Brand New 2K Master! From Don Siegel, the legendary director of Dirty Harry, Charley Varrick, Madigan and Escape from Alcatraz comes this action-packed adventure-yarn about Florida gun-smuggling during the Cuban Revolution. In order to pay off debts, cabin-cruiser skipper Sam Martin (Audie Murphy, Ride a Crooked Trail) rents his boat to a ruthless gun merchant who sells his illegal arms to a revolutionary group in Cuba. Soon Sam finds himself in deep water as Siegel ratchets up the tension in this sea-faring thriller based on the classic Ernest Hemingway novel To Have and Have Not. The stellar cast includes Eddie Albert (The Longest Yard), Patricia Owens (The Fly), Everett Sloane (The Lady from Shanghai), Richard Jaeckel (3:10 to Yuma) and Jack Elam (Support Your Local Sheriff).
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