In the process of redubbing the opening, the version of the film with the original dialogue was lost.
A Hobbesian book, too, in its depiction of the war of all against all.
A Las Vegas mob enforcer travels back to his hometown to investigate his brother's mysterious death.
With the backing of a major studio Klinger was keen to secure a big name for the lead, and Caine was very prominent at the time, having starred in , and.
In 2016 the playwright adapted the novel for a critically acclaimed production by Newcastle's.
This book was originally published in 1970 as Jack's Return Home.