The lost man : final screenplay / by Robert Alan Aurthur. 1968.

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The lost man : final screenplay / by Robert Alan Aurthur. 1968.

The secretive leader of a black militant group and former U.S. Army lieutenant Jason Higgs plots a dangerous payroll robbery. When the heist goes horribly wrong, he and his men go on the run. Faced with betrayal on the streets of their own neighborhood, they turn to a white social worker for help, crossing the color lines in a last-ditch attempt at saving their lives.

137 leaves ; 28 cm.

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