The Killers (1964 film)  

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The Killers, sometimes marketed as Ernest Hemingway's The Killers, is a 1964 crime film released by Universal Studios. It is the second Hollywood adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's short story of the same name, following a version made in 1946. It was directed by Don Siegel and stars Lee Marvin. It is notable for being Ronald Reagan's last film. At the time of its release, Marvin said that it was his favorite film.



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