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The Killers (1964 film) - Wikipedia The Killers, released in the UK as Ernest Hemingway's "The Killers", is a 1964 crime film released by Universal Studios. Written by Gene L. Coon, and directed by Don ...

The Killers (1964 film) - Wikipedia The Killers released in the UK as Ernest Hemingways The Killers is a 1964 crime film released by Universal Studios The Road Killers Written by Gene L Coon and directed by Don Siegel it is the second Hollywood adaptation of Ernest Hemingways 1927 short story of the same name following a 1946 version The film stars Lee Marvin John Cassavetes Angie Dickinson and Ronald Reagan and is also notable for being future U S president Reagans last theatrical film before entering politics as well as the only one in which he plays a villain At the time of release Marvin said that it was his favorite film 1 The supporting cast features Clu Gulager Claude Akins and Norman Fell Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Awards 5 See also 6 References 7 External links One morning hit men Charlie Lee Marvin and Lee Clu Gulager enter a school for the blind and terrorize the principal until she reveals the whereabouts of a teacher Johnny North John Cassavetes As the hitmen walk toward Norths upstairs classroom the teacher receives a call warning him of their arrival Johnny sadly responds Its okay I know them As he calmly waits at his desk Charlie and Lee enter and shoot him multiple times As they depart by train Charlie is bothered that North refused to flee and that they were paid an unusually high fee for such a simple hit He and Lee run through what they know about the man they have just killed Johnny was once a champion race car driver whose career ended in a violent crash Four years before his death he was involved in a milliondollar robbery of a mail truck Tempted by the missing million Charlie and Lee visit Miami to interview Johnnys former mechanic Earl Sylvester Claude Akins who considers himself Johnnys only friend is devastated to learn of his death In between sobs and gulps of whiskey he tells the story as he remembers it Johnny North was at the top of his profession when he met the beautiful Sheila Farr Angie Dickinson Johnny fell in love and planned to propose marriage after winning his next big race However Johnnys late nights with Sheila had left him disoriented from lack of sleep His racing career ended with a fiery crash At the hospital Earl revealed to Johnny that Sheila was the mistress of mob boss Jack Browning Ronald Reagan Known for her extravagant taste Sheila has already cheated on Browning with several other sports figures all of whom met bad ends Enraged and heartbroken Johnny rebuffed Sheilas attempts to explain and cut his ties to her Intrigued Charlie and Lee approach a former member of Brownings crew who also reveals his memories After the crash Sheila found Johnny working as a pit mechanic She says a much better job might soon be his for the taking Browning was planning the robbery of a U S postal truck On Sheilas recommendation he agreed to Johnny as his getaway driver Although Johnny still felt betrayed Sheila said that she had always regretted losing him Johnny forgave her He also helped Browning by souping up the getaway car Browning however was enraged when he learned that Sheila had returned to Johnny In a deliberate provocation Browning brutally slapped Sheila in front of Johnny after she defied him Johnny punched Browning and threatened to kill him if he ever hurt Sheila again They agreed to settle this after the robbery Browning and North placed a phony detour sign to send the mail truck onto an isolated mountain road When the truck stopped the gang held it up at gunpoint loading more than 1 million into the getaway car Johnny then forced Browning out of the moving car driving off alone with the money After listening to this story Charlie and Lee pay a visit to Browning who is now a real estate developer in Los Angeles Browning insists he is now an honest businessman and has no idea what happened to the money He reveals that Sheila is staying at a hotel and arranges a meeting with her To deprive Browning of time to plan an ambush Charlie and Lee call at Sheilas hotel several hours earlier than agreed At first Sheila denies all knowledge of Johnny or the money The Road Killers Charlie and Lee beat her and dangle her by the ankles out a seventhstory window Terrified she tells them the truth The night before the robbery she told Johnny his life was in danger Browning she said was planning to kill him and pocket his share Johnny wanted to kill Browning on the spot Sheila insisted she had a better idea On her advice Johnny threw Browning out of the car and drove the money to Sheila As the two lovers met in a hotel room Browning showed up Sheila asked Browning to do it quickly and the gangster shot Johnny severely wounding but not killing him before Johnny escaped It turned out Sheila and Browning were husband and wife Sheila expressed fear that Johnny would seek revenge so Browning hired Charlie and Lee to murder him Charlie now understands at last why Johnny refused to flee The only man who refuses to run is a man who considers himself to be already dead Sheilas betrayal had already killed Johnny long before the bullets ever touched him Charlie and Lee with Sheila in tow intend to confront Browning but he is waiting nearby with a sniper rifle He kills Lee and wounds Charlie Browning and Sheila return home where they prepare to flee with the money A mortally wounded Charlie makes it there in time Sheila at last revealing her sociopathic nature frantically denies any role in Johnnys death insisting that her husband alone was responsible Charlie calmly shoots Browning dead He turns his revolver toward Sheila When she again pleads for her life Charlie snarls Lady I dont have the time He kills Sheila with a single bullet and staggers out the door Charlie falls dead on the lawn while still gripping the money as a police car in the background makes its way towards the house Lee Marvin as Charlie Strom a professional killer Angie Dickinson as Sheila Farr Johnnys twotiming lover Clu Gulager as Lee a professional killer Charlies accomplice John Cassavetes as Johnny North the man Charlie and Lee are hired to kill Ronald Reagan as Jack Browning a gangster posing as a legitimate businessman Claude Akins as Earl Sylvester mechanic and best friend to Johnny Norman Fell as Mickey Farmer gang member and associate of Browning Virginia Christine as Miss Watson the blind secretary Don Haggerty as Mail Truck Driver Robert Phillips as George Fleming gang member and associate of Browning Kathleen OMalley as Miss Leslie the receptionist Ted Jacques as Gym Assistant Irvin Mosley as Mail Truck Guard Jimmy Joyce as Salesman Burt Mustin as Elderly Man Productionedit The Killers – which was intended to be one of the first madeforTV movies – was filmed under the title Johnny North2 – but NBC judged it too violent to broadcast so Universal released the film theatrically instead Steve McQueen and George Peppard were considered for the role that eventually went to Cassavetes After Cassavetes was signed to play the race car driver director Siegel found out the actor could barely drive 3 Don Siegel had originally been hired as director of the earlier 1946 version of the same story but had been fired Actress Virginia Christine had also appeared in the 1946 version According to the DVD commentary Dickinson received the news during filming that her friend and rumored romantic partner President John F Kennedy had been shot and killed The Killers was Reagans last acting role before entering politics and the only villainous role in his career According to Kirk Douglas autobiography The Ragmans Son Reagan regretted doing the movie particularly because of a scene in which he slaps Dickinson Marvin received the 1965 BAFTA Award for Best Actor for this role as well as for his role in Cat Ballou See alsoedit The Killers 1946 film List of American films of 1964 Ronald Reagan filmography Referencesedit Epstein Dwayne Lee Marvin The Mind Behind the Muscle Outre Archived from the original on 20070928 Retrieved 20070809   Smith Cecil November 21 1963 TwoPart Show Is One Worth Look Los Angeles Times Siegel Don 1993 A Siegel Film Faber & Faber p  245 ISBN 0571162703   External linksedit The Killers at the American Film Institute Catalog The Killers on IMDb The Killers at the TCM Movie Database The Killers at Rotten Tomatoes The Killers essay by Geoffrey OBrien at The Criterion Collection