Night of the Juggler
|Night of the Juggler|
|Directed by||Robert Butler|
|Produced by||Jay Weston|
|Written by||William P. McGivern (novel)
William W. Norton (as Bill Norton Sr.)
Richard S. Castellano
|Music by||Artie Kane|
|Cinematography||Victor J. Kemper|
|Edited by||Argyle Nelson Jr.|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release dates||June 6, 1980|
|Running time||101 min.|
Night of the Juggler is a 1980 action-thriller film, starring James Brolin.
A former cop, played by James Brolin, aligns with a street smart young clerk from the New York City dog pound (Julie Carmen) on a harrowing search for his daughter who is kidnapped by a psychopath (Cliff Gorman) after being mistaken for a wealthy man's daughter. His search is met with obstacles as he runs afoul of the police in his pursuit, including a former corrupt colleague bent on revenge against him. Meanwhile, the kidnapper is just as prepared to kill anybody, including his young hostage, unless his colossal ransom demands are met.
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