"A Time to Die" (1982)
Rod Taylor plays Jack Bailey, an agent in the U.S. Office of Strategic
The movie, filmed in 1979 but released in 1982, is also known
as "Seven Graves for Rogan" and is based on a Mario Puzo story.
A former member of the French Underground, Michael Rogan (Edward Albert
Jr.), goes looking for the six people who tortured him and killed his wife
and his family.
Bailey seems to alternate between assisting and thwarting
Rogan in his efforts.
The movie also featured Rex Harrison, who Taylor once said gave him the
funniest advice of his acting career:
I was complaining about this terrible movie...with this
awful director. Rex said, 'Oh, Rod, do shut up. We have a beautiful suite,
it's a lovely hotel, we're getting paid an enormous amount of money. Do
-- Sydney Sun Herald, August 1998