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Grand Larceny

Grand Larceny
Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
Produced by Patrick Deschamps
Patrick Dromgoole
Robert Halmi Jr.
Robert Halmi Sr.
Jacques Méthé
Written by Peter Stone
Starring Marilu Henner
Ian McShane
Omar Sharif
Louis Jourdan
Music by Irwin Fisch
Cinematography Tony Impey
Edited by Lyndon Matthews
Distributed by Taurus Video
Release dates 1987
Country UK
Language English

Grand Larceny is a 1987 thriller film directed by Jeannot Szwarc and starring Marilu Henner, Ian McShane, Omar Sharif and Louis Jourdan.[1]


  • Plot summary 1
  • Cast 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Plot summary

Freddy Grand, a woman estranged from her father for 18 years, travels to his estate on the French Riviera after learning of his death. There she carries out his final wishes and begins to learn something about his past. She discovers he was a thief who served time in prison, but was approached by an insurance company on his release to employ his talent in helping them to recover some stolen valuables. A reformed man of many years before his death, he wishes Freddy to continue his work.



  1. ^ Grand Larceny at the British Film Institute's Film and TV Database

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