ASSASSINATION-an interesting Action-Packed Charles Bronson Movie!

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Jay Killian (Charles Bronson) is a senior member of the Secret Service. On the day before the Inauguration of the new president, Killian has just returned from a six-week sick leave. He is given a new assignment: to protect the First Lady, Lara Royce Craig (Jill Ireland).

Being highly qualified and a seasoned veteran of the service, Killian is dismayed that he is not on the Presidential detail. To make matters worse, Lara proves to be an extremely difficult charge. She is arrogant, condescending, demanding, and she detests the presence of Killian.

With the First Lady doing what she wants and ignoring all of Killian’s suggestions, it becomes apparent that someone wants Lara dead—especially when a biker tries to shoot her.

A wild cross-country adventure ensues as Killian attempts to protect Lara and flush out the assassin and his contractor—and the assassination attempts may have originated from the White House.

It turns out that, because of a war injury, the President is impotent and that his wife is about to file in a divorce at the end of his first term. Believing that the divorce will eliminate the chances of another term, the president’s right-sided supporters staged the assassination attempts, to keep the President’s impotence a secret and gain him the people’s support in his grief.

Killian is able to unravel the conspiracy.

Assassination is a 1987 American action thriller film directed by Peter Hunt and starring Charles BronsonJill IrelandCharles HowertonJan Gan BoydStephen Elliott, and Chris Alcaide.[2][3] The plot is about a bodyguard who is assigned to protect the First Lady of the United States against an assassination plot.[2]

Theatrical release poster
Directed byPeter Hunt
Written byRichard Sale
Based onnovel My Affair with the President’s Wife by Richard Sale
Produced byPancho Kohner
StarringCharles BronsonJill IrelandStephen ElliottJan Gan BoydRandy BrooksMichael AnsaraWilliam Prince
CinematographyHanania Baer
Edited byJames T. Heckert
Music byValentine McCallum
Robert O. Ragland
Distributed byCannon Films
Release dateJanuary 9, 1987 (US)
Running time105 minutes
CountryUnited States
Box office$6,075,793 (US)[1]