Love Among Thieves is a made-for-television romantic-adventure motion picture that was produced by the ABC network in 1987. The film starred Audrey Hepburn as the Baroness and concert pianist Caroline DuLac, who steals three jewel-encrusted Fabergé eggs from a San Francisco museum. The eggs were demanded as ransom for her kidnapped fiancé in Latin America. She boards a plane for the Latin American city of Ladera, as per instructions, and is met by a drifter named Mike Chambers. Caroline first believes that Mike is one of the kidnappers, until a mysterious man in a trench-coat tries to kill her, and Mike comes to the rescue. They are then both captured by a band of Mexican bandits, who also may or may not be part of the scheme. Meanwhile, the couple are pursued by Spicer, a hired thug assigned to retrieve the loot. Love Among Thieves is notable for several reasons. It was the only made-for-TV film in which Hepburn ever appeared. It was also the last film in which she took a starring role; it is also the first Hepburn film since 1981's They All Laughed. The film contains a number of intentional references to Hepburn's earlier films, mostly in dialogue, although the basic plot of the film borrows from her 1960s films Charade, Paris, When It Sizzles and How to Steal a Million. The film contains her final on-screen kiss.