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The Set Up

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The Set Up

by Strathford Hamilton

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MGM. September 1, 1998. VHS. New in new packaging.. Language: English. Run time: 93 mins. Originally released: 1995. Recently paroled from prison, security expert and former thief Charlie Thorpe (Billy Zane) goes to work for fast-lane financier Jeremiah Cole (James Coburn). Charlie's new job: to combine his computer wizardry and street-wise instincts to design a security system for a high-profile super-bank. Rated R. CC. VHS. 93 minutes. .


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The Set Up
Strathford Hamilton
Billy Zane, Mia Sara, James Russo, James Coburn
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New New in new packaging.
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Date published
September 1, 1998

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