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The Brinks Job (6-Apr-1979)

Director: William Friedkin

Writer: Walon Green

Based on a book: Big Stick Up At Brink's by Noel Behn

Music Composed by: Richard Rodney Bennett

Producer: Ralph Serpe

Keywords: Crime/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Boyle
Actor
18-Oct-1935 12-Dec-2006 Young Frankenstein
Peter Falk
Actor
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Allen Garfield
Actor
22-Nov-1939   Cry Uncle!
Earl Hindman
Actor
20-Oct-1943 29-Dec-2003 Elusive neighbor on Home Improvement
Sheldon Leonard
Actor
22-Feb-1907 10-Jan-1997 Nick the Bartender
Malachy McCourt
Actor
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz
Warren Oates
Actor
5-Jul-1928 3-Apr-1982 Two-Lane Blacktop
Gena Rowlands
Actor
19-Jun-1930   A Woman Under The Influence
Paul Sorvino
Actor
13-Apr-1939   Det. Cerreta on Law & Order

CAST

Peter Falk   ...   Tony Pino
Peter Boyle   ...   Joe McGinnis
Allen Garfield   ...   Vinnie Costa
Warren Oates   ...   Specs O'Keefe
Gena Rowlands   ...   Mary Pino
Paul Sorvino   ...   Jazz Maffie
Sheldon Leonard   ...   J. Edgar Hoover
Gerard Murphy   ...   Sandy Richardson
Kevin O'Connor   ...   Stanley Gusciora
Claudia Peluso   ...   Gladys
Patrick Hines   ...   H. H. Rightmire
Malachy McCourt   ...   Mutt Murphy
Walter Klavun   ...   Daniels
Randy Jurgensen   ...   FBI Agent
John Brandon   ...   FBI Agent
Earl Hindman   ...   FBI Agent
John Farrell   ...   FBI Agent

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