The Borgia Stick
The Borgia Stick is a 1967 American made-for-television crime drama film starring Don Murray and Inger Stevens. It featured Fritz Weaver, Barry Nelson, Barnard Hughes, Conrad Bain, and Sorrell Booke in supporting roles, and was directed by David Lowell Rich. Shot in New York City, the film was one of the highest-rated events of the 1966–1967 season. The film was the first-ever made-for-TV movie.
|The Borgia Stick|
|Directed by||David Lowell Rich|
|Produced by||Richard Barton Lewis|
|Written by||A.J. Russell|
|Music by||Kenyon Hopkins|
|Distributed by||Universal Studios|
The story of a couple trying to break free from a crime syndicate, it was made by Universal Studios.
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A typical suburban couple are actually working for the Mob. Don Murray runs a company manufacturing toys, but in reality he travels the country secretly acquiring companies in order to hide the tremendous profits of The Syndicate. His picture perfect wife, Inger Stevens, is an ex hooker/junkie who was assigned to him for "cover". When the mob discovers that the F.B.I is on to him, they becomes expendable.
- Don Murray as Tom Harrison
- Inger Stevens as Eve Harrison
- Barry Nelson as Hal Carter
- Fritz Weaver as Anderson
- Sorrell Booke as Alton
- Marc Connelly as Davenport
- Kathleen Maguire as Ruth
- Dana Elcar as Craigmeyer
- Barnard Hughes as Doctor Helm
- Frederick Rolf as Rigley
- Hugh Franklin as Willoughby
- Ralph Waite as Man from Toledo
- John Randolph as Smith