Killers Three is a motion picture crime drama produced in 1968 by Dick Clark Productions and released by American International Pictures starring Robert Walker, Jr., Diane Varsi and Dick Clark. Others in the cast include Norman Alden, Maureen Arthur, Tony York, Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens.
Johnny Ward gets out of prison and returns to North Carolina to marry sweetheart Carol, with whom he has a 5-year-old son. Johnny and Carol decide to rob a local bootlegger's safe during a town picnic. Their accomplice is Roger, a former Army buddy of Johnny's with knowledge of explosives.
They blow the safe to get at the $250,000 inside, but the job goes awry. And during their escape, Johnny and Roger kill a law-enforcement official.
At a diner, a sheriff, Carol's brother Charlie, spots the fugitives. In deference to his sister, Charlie agrees to give them a 10-minute head start before he contacts his fellow lawmen. But when emerging from a restroom, Roger doesn't realize who Charlie is and shoots him dead.
The police eventually surround the gang at a sawmill. During a shootout, Roger is killed. Johnny and Carol drive off in hail of bullets, and Carol is also killed. Johnny drives her body back to her mother and son.
- Robert Walker, Jr. as Johnny Ward
- Diane Varsi as Carol
- Dick Clark as Roger
- Maureen Arthur as Elvira
- Merle Haggard as Charlie
- Clint Stringer as Homer
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