A Prayer for the Dying

1987

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107 Min

A Prayer for the Dying

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Jack Higgins' straightforward thriller about a guilt-ridden IRA bomber forced into "one last job"

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Released:
Sep 11th, 1987
Budget:
$6,000,000.00
Revenue:
$1,432,687.00
Country:
USA

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A Prayer For The Dying

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Story of an Irish terrorist who must kill once more before he is allowed to quit the I.R.A.

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- The salary in a play or pay deal for lead actor Mickey Rourke was UK £1 million.

- The picture was originally scheduled to be made around a decade earlier during the late 1970s. That intended production had director Edward Dmytryk and actor Robert Mitchum attached to direct…More

- Mike Hodges replaced Franc Roddam as director. Roddam was going to direct but left due to creative differences. Hodges was then hired at short notice to helm the movie.

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