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A stylish and taut 1967 crime thriller, directed by Creator/JohnBoorman and starring Creator/LeeMarvin.

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A stylish and taut 1967 crime thriller, directed by Creator/JohnBoorman and starring Creator/LeeMarvin.
Creator/LeeMarvin and Creator/AngieDickinson.



* NeutralFemale: Chris, Walker's sister-in-law, who reluctantly sides with Walker after discovering her sister's death.

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* NeutralFemale: Chris, Chris (played by Dickinson), Walker's sister-in-law, who reluctantly sides with Walker after discovering her sister's death.


Walker (Marvin) is pulling a heist with his partner Reese (Crator/JohnVernon) when Reese betrays him, taking both the money ($93,000) and Walker's wife Lynne. Walker survives the shooting and with the help of the mysterious figure Yost begins to hunt down Reese, his wife and the money.

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Walker (Marvin) is pulling a heist with his partner Reese (Crator/JohnVernon) (Creator/JohnVernon) when Reese betrays him, taking both the money ($93,000) and Walker's wife Lynne. Walker survives the shooting and with the help of the mysterious figure Yost begins to hunt down Reese, his wife and the money.


Walker (Marvin) is pulling a heist with his partner Reese (John Vernon) when Reese betrays him, taking both the money ($93,000) and Walker's wife Lynne. Walker survives the shooting and with the help of the mysterious figure Yost begins to hunt down Reese, his wife and the money.

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Walker (Marvin) is pulling a heist with his partner Reese (John Vernon) (Crator/JohnVernon) when Reese betrays him, taking both the money ($93,000) and Walker's wife Lynne. Walker survives the shooting and with the help of the mysterious figure Yost begins to hunt down Reese, his wife and the money.



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* BigBad: There's a trio of Organization bosses -- Carter, Brewster and Fairfax. Walker [[spoiler:tricks Carter into getting killed]], and [[spoiler:kidnaps Brewster to force payment.]] When the drop is being made, [[spoiler:Brewster gets shot, and the one shooting him - Yost - turns out to be Fairfax.]]
* CombatPragmatist: Walker will do anything to get an upper hand in a fight--such as giving a mook a GroinAttack.
* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler:Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].


* BigBad: There's a trio of Organization bosses -- Carter, Brewster and Fairfax. Walker [[spoiler:tricks Carter into getting killed]], and [[spoiler:kidnaps Brewster to force payment.]] When the drop is being made, [[spoiler:Brewster gets shot, and the one shooting him - Yost - turns out to be Fairfax.]]
* CombatPragmatist: Walker will do anything to get an upper hand in a fight--such as giving a mook a GroinAttack.
* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler:Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].

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* BigBad: There's a trio of Organization bosses -- Carter, Brewster and Fairfax. Walker [[spoiler:tricks Carter into getting killed]], and [[spoiler:kidnaps Brewster to force payment.]] When the drop is being made, [[spoiler:Brewster gets shot, and the one shooting him - Yost - turns out to be Fairfax.]]
* CombatPragmatist: Walker will do anything to get an upper hand in a fight--such as giving a mook a GroinAttack.
* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler:Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].


* BigBad: There's a trio of Organization bosses -- Carter, Brewster and Fairfax. Walker [[spoiler: tricks Carter into getting killed]], and [[spoiler: kidnaps Brewster to force payment.]] When the drop is being made, [[spoiler: Brewster gets shot, and the one shooting him - Yost - turns out to be Fairfax.]]

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* BigBad: There's a trio of Organization bosses -- Carter, Brewster and Fairfax. Walker [[spoiler: tricks [[spoiler:tricks Carter into getting killed]], and [[spoiler: kidnaps [[spoiler:kidnaps Brewster to force payment.]] When the drop is being made, [[spoiler: Brewster [[spoiler:Brewster gets shot, and the one shooting him - Yost - turns out to be Fairfax.]]



* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler: Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].

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* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler: Walker [[spoiler:Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].


%%* CombatPragmatist

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%%* CombatPragmatist* CombatPragmatist: Walker will do anything to get an upper hand in a fight--such as giving a mook a GroinAttack.


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'''Walker:''' I - I really want my money.

Stylish and taut American thriller starring Creator/LeeMarvin directed by British director Creator/JohnBoorman.

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'''Walker:''' I - I... I really want my money.

Stylish A stylish and taut American thriller starring Creator/LeeMarvin 1967 crime thriller, directed by British director Creator/JohnBoorman.
Creator/JohnBoorman and starring Creator/LeeMarvin.



Based on the novel ''[[Literature/{{Parker}} The Hunter]]'' by Richard Stark, first of a series in which the central character is named Parker, not Walker. Remade as ''Film/{{Payback}}'' with Creator/MelGibson.

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Based on the novel ''[[Literature/{{Parker}} The Hunter]]'' by Richard Stark, Donald Westlake (using the pseudonym "Richard Stark"), the first of a series in which the central character is named Parker, not Walker. Remade as ''Film/{{Payback}}'' with Creator/MelGibson.Creator/MelGibson.


* BadAss: Lee Marvin. And his character.


* CombatPragmatist

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* %%* CombatPragmatist



* WakeupMakeup:
* WeCanRuleTogether: At the end of the movie, the BigBad offers Walker a position as TheDragon, saying he's been searching all his life for someone like him. [[GenreSavvy Walker refuses to respond]], waiting in concealment until he's left.

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* %%* WakeupMakeup:
* WeCanRuleTogether: At the end of the movie, the BigBad offers Walker a position as TheDragon, saying he's been searching all his life for someone like him. [[GenreSavvy Walker refuses to respond]], respond, waiting in concealment until he's left.


* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler: he's killed about halfway through the movie]].

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* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's ultimately only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler: he's killed Walker kills him about halfway through the movie]].


* DecoyAntagonist: Reese is established as Walker's main antagonist for betraying him and stealing his share, but he's only a minor cog in the Organization and [[spoiler: he's killed about halfway through the movie]].



* NeutralFemale

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* NeutralFemaleNeutralFemale: Chris, Walker's sister-in-law, who reluctantly sides with Walker after discovering her sister's death.

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* WeCanRuleTogether: At the end of the movie, the BigBad offers Walker a position as TheDragon, saying he's been searching all his life for someone like him. [[GenreSavvy Walker refuses to respond]], waiting in concealment until he's left.


Stylish and taut American thriller starring Creator/LeeMarvin directed by British director John Boorman.

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Stylish and taut American thriller starring Creator/LeeMarvin directed by British director John Boorman.
Creator/JohnBoorman.

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