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Warner Bros. Pictures
Thunder Road Pictures
Prince of Thieves
by Chuck Hogan
Four lifelong friends from the neighborhood of Charlestown, Boston, Douglas “Doug” MacRay, James “Jem” Coughlin, Albert “Gloansy” MacGloan, and Desmond “Dez” Elden, rob a bank. Against the wishes of Doug, Jem takes bank manager Claire Keesey hostage but later release her unharmed. Finding out that Claire lives in their neighborhood, Doug follows her to find out how much she has told the police and to ensure that hot-headed Jem does not eliminate her as a witness. Soon, a romance grows between them, which Doug hides from the gang. As the two grow closer, he tells Claire of his search for his long-lost mother, who he believes went to live with his aunt in Tangerine, Florida. He also almost became a professional ice hockey player before he threw it away to follow in his father’s footsteps as a bank robber. Claire tells Doug she saw a tattoo on one of the robbers but did not tell the FBI, and he realizes that she can identify Jem and send them all to prison. Knowing that Claire is in danger and that he will never escape as long as Fergie is alive, Doug murders both him and his bodyguard and calls Claire. Watching from across the street via binoculars, he sees the FBI are with her as she tells him to come over. At first, he thinks she means to betray him, but she gives a clue verbally to warn him away. Doug flees by donning an MBTA uniform and escaping on a train. Frawley deduces that Claire tipped him off, but her tip is too cryptic to provide grounds for an arrest. Later, while she is gardening, Claire finds a buried bag containing money, a tangerine, and a note from Doug that suggests that she can make better use of the money than he can and that they might see each other again. Claire donates the money, in memory of Doug’s mother, to refurbish the local ice hockey arena in which Doug once played. From the deck of a small house, Doug looks out over the water, forlorn, but seemingly safe in Florida.