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    Dining with girlfriend Julie (Corinne Camacho), James Garner (title character, modern version of Raymond Chandler's Philip), is induced into a second visit with martial arts enforcer Wong (Bruce Lee), representing gangster Steelgrave (H.M. Wynant), whom he outwits, in Marlowe, 1969.

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