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Bobby Deerfield (17-Sep-1977)

Director: Sydney Pollack

Writer: Alvin Sargent

From novel: Heaven Has No Favorites by Erich Maria Remarque

Music by: Dave Grusin

Producer: Sydney Pollack

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Auto Racing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marthe Keller
Actor
28-Jan-1945   Fedora
Al Pacino
Actor
25-Apr-1940   Michael Corleone in The Godfather
Romolo Valli
Actor
7-Feb-1925 1-Feb-1980 Il Gattopardo

CAST

Al Pacino   ...   Bobby
Marthe Keller   ...   Lillian
with
Anny Duperey   ...   Lydia
Walter McGinn   ...   The Brother
Van Doude   ...   The Flutist
Gérard Hernandez   ...   Carlos Del Montanaro
Stephan Meldegg   ...   Karl Holtzmann
Norm Nielsen   ...   The Magician
and
Romolo Valli   ...   Uncle Luigi
Jaime Sanchez   ...   Delvecchio
Mickey Knox   ...   Tourist
Dorothy James   ...   Tourist
Guido Alberti   ...   Priest in the Garden
Monique Lejeune   ...   Catherine Modave
Steve Gadler   ...   Bertrand Modave
Aurora Maris   ...   Woman in the Gas Station
Maurice Vallier   ...   Priest
Antonio Faad'di Bruno   ...   Vincenzo
Andre Vallardy   ...   Autograph Hound
Fédor Atkine   ...   Tommy
Patrick Floersheim   ...   Mario
Bernie Pollack   ...   Head Mechanic
Al Silvani   ...   Mechanic
Isabelle de Blonay   ...   Nurse
Franco Ressel   ...   Man with Dog
Dominique Briand   ...   Reporter

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