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The Thief
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Produced by Doug Baker
Directed by Matt Spease
Written by John Vasiliou
Starring See table
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Editing Matt Spease
Distributed by Lighthouse Pictures
Release date August 9, 2005
Runtime 79 min.
Language English
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Cast

Actor Role
Matt Spease Nicole Francis Wilson
Doug Baker Antonio Rossi
Steven Austin Damien Cruz
Rodney Duncan 'Mad Dog' Anderson
Charlie Spease Emmett Thompson
Isaak Partlow The Angel Of Death
Brian Ramme Marco
Michael Adam Starr Rossi Goon # 2
Chester Black Rossi Goon # 1
Wanda Faye Mabrey Security Guard
Randee Alexia Thompson (age 19)
Chere Camp Tracy O'Donnell

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Thief (character class) - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article (437 words)
The thief character class in role-playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Final Fantasy, and most MMORPGs are stealthy, dextrous characters who are the only characters who can disarm traps, pick locks, and perform backstabs from hiding.
Typically, these thieves are capable of hand to hand fighting or usage of bows, and while stronger than a mage, are outclassed in physical combat by character classes who are dedicated to such talents.
Although the thief as an archetype in role-playing games achieved popularity through Dungeons and Dragons, in the game's Third Edition the class was renamed as "Rogue", likely since not all stealthy characters are actually thieves.
Thief (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (525 words)
Thief is a 1981 noir crime drama written and directed by Michael Mann, based on the novel The Home Invaders by "Frank Hohimer" (the pen name of real-life jewel thief John Seybold).
Thief's moody soundscapes were composed and performed by Tangerine Dream, providing the first of many notable film compositions they had in the 1980s.
The film also earns plaudits for its meticulous attention to detail: the tools and techniques of the trade, right down to the oxy lance used to penetrate a safe, are authentic, the result of Mann's decision to hire real-life thieves to serve as technical advisors.
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