, Angie Dickinson
, Keenan Wynn
, Carroll O'Connor
, Lloyd Bochner, Michael Strong
, John Vernon
, Sharon Acker, James Sikking
, Roberta Haynes, Kathleen Freeman
Based on the theme of the individual pitted against the large, impersonal organization. Here the central character is an old-fashioned loner of a gunman embroiled with a large-scale, corporate criminal operation behind a respectable-looking 'front'. Without delving into psychology or motivation, the film places emphasis on action and surface appearances, superbly capturing the glossy, depersonalized feel of a 1967 Los Angeles--a nightmare landscape of concrete, glass and coiling freeways.