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Sol Madrid (7-Feb-1968)

Director: Brian G. Hutton

Writer: David Karp

From novel: Fruit of the Poppy by Robert Wilder

Keywords: Crime, Heroin

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Ansara
Actor
15-Apr-1922 31-Jul-2013 Cochise on Broken Arrow
Michael Conrad
Actor
16-Oct-1925 22-Nov-1983 Sgt. Esterhaus on Hill Street Blues
Pat Hingle
Actor
19-Jul-1924 3-Jan-2009 Commissioner Gordon in Batman films
Paul Lukas
Actor
26-May-1887 15-Aug-1971 Watch on the Rhine
David McCallum
Actor
19-Sep-1933   Illya on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Ricardo Montalban
Actor
25-Nov-1920 14-Jan-2009 Roarke on Fantasy Island
Telly Savalas
Actor
22-Jan-1922 22-Jan-1994 Kojak
Stella Stevens
Actor
1-Oct-1936   The Ballad of Cable Hogue
Rip Torn
Actor
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show

REVIEWS

Review by BaBaLoo (posted on 12-Apr-2009)

I love this film! Telly "Kojak" Savalas plays a heroin dealing drug lord living in Mexico, and it's up to Dave "Man From U.N.C.L.E." McCallum to stop him! McCallum plays Sol Madrid, a fed trying to crack down on the drug smuggling to America. He infiltrates Telly's lair by pretending to be a smuggler who promises to make Savalas millions. Telly agrees and and McCallum gets deeper and deeper into trouble. A film rarely seen, it's just a really cool, late sixties, drug runner movie with a kick butt soundtrack from Lalo Schifrin! Check your local listings to see when it airs, or, try to find it as a bootleg! Either way, see this film! Who loves ya, baby?!?


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