An RCMP officer is ordered to discreetly take a Russian immigrant into custody in advance of a state visit by the Soviet premier. When his prisoner is kidnapped, the officer is drawn into a complicated assasination scheme.
The soap-operatic story follows the fortunes of three ambitious youngish people: Billy, secretary and then wife to an older zillionaire, whose death frees Billy to start up a Beverly Hills ... See full summary »
The sole surviving Texas Ranger (Klinton Spilsbury) of an ambush arranged by outlaw leader Major Bartholomew "Butch" Cavendish (Christopher Lloyd) returns to fight back as a great masked western hero, The Lone Ranger.
William A. Fraker
Identical Twin brothers, Hub Braden, located on the West Coast, and twin John Braden, were Art Directors on the project. Hub Braden had previously art directed a film with Delbert Mann. When prepping the film, Hub brought his brother from New York City to help him, since he would be overlapping another project. This was the third time they shared Art Director credit. The first project they shared an art director credit was an ABC-TV Don Rickles Special in 1969 taped at the Talmadge Prospect Hollywood lot. John later joined ABC New York, as staff designer, with the News Division, taking on the Art Director position with "Good Morning America". During this project, John used his ABC vacation time to work on the Hawaii golf course location filming. While John was in Hawaii, Hub was prepping sets at Paramount Studios, where interiors were to be filmed. Edgar J. Sherak would not accept the Hawaii Teamsters Union demands, pulling the film crew and cast back to Los Angeles. See more »