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Leo the Last (11-May-1970)

Director: John Boorman

Writers: Bill Stair; John Boorman

From a play by: George Tabori

Songs and Music: Fred Myrow

Producers: Irwin Winkler; Robert Chartoff

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lou Gossett, Jr.
Actor
27-May-1936   Drill Sgt. in An Officer and a Gentleman
Calvin Lockhart
Actor
18-Sep-1934 29-Mar-2007 Uptown Saturday Night
Marcello Mastroianni
Actor
28-Sep-1924 19-Dec-1996 The Pizza Triangle
Billie Whitelaw
Actor
6-Jun-1932   The Krays

CAST

Marcello Mastroianni   ...   Leo
Co-Starring
Billie Whitelaw   ...   Margaret
Calvin Lockhart   ...   Roscoe
Glenna Forster-Jones   ...   Salambo
Graham Crowden   ...   Max
Gwen Ffrangcon Davies   ...   Hilda
David de Keyser   ...   David
and
Vladek Sheybal   ...   Laszlo
Keefe West   ...   Jasper
Kenneth J. Warren   ...   Kowalski
and
Ram John Holder   ...   Black Preacher
Patsy Smart   ...   Mrs. Kowalski
Thomas Buson   ...   Mr. Madi
Tina Solomon   ...   Mrs. Madi
Brinsley Forde   ...   Bip
Robert Redman   ...   Madi Child
Malcolm Redman   ...   Madi Child
Robert Kennedy   ...   Madi Child
Phyllis MacMahon   ...   Blonde Whore
Princess Patience   ...   Black Whore
Bernard Boston   ...   Jasper's Bodyguard
Roy Stewart   ...   Jasper's Bodyguard
Lucita Lijertwood   ...   Wailing Lady
Ishaq Bux   ...   Supermarket Manager
and
Doris Clark   ...   Singing Lady

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