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Pay or Die (27-Jul-1960)

Director: Richard Wilson

Writers: Richard Collins; Bertram Millhauser

Music by: David Raksin

Producer: Richard Wilson

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ernest Borgnine
Actor
24-Jan-1917 8-Jul-2012 Marty
Howard Caine
Actor
2-Jan-1928 28-Dec-1993 Maj. Hochstetter on Hogan's Heroes
Zohra Lampert
Actor
13-May-1937   Let's Scare Jessica to Death
John Marley
Actor
17-Oct-1907 22-May-1984 Godfather horsehead recipient
Vito Scotti
Actor
26-Jan-1918 5-Jun-1996 Character actor, 1950s to 1990s

CAST

Ernest Borgnine   ...   Lt. Joseph Petrosino
Co-Starring
Zohra Lampert   ...   Adelina Saulino
Alan Austin   ...   Johnny Viscardi
with
Renata Vanni   ...   Mama Saulino
Bruno Della Santina   ...   Papa Saulino
Franco Corsaro   ...   Vito Zarillo
Robert F. Simon   ...   Police Commissioner
Robert Ellenstein   ...   Luigi Di Sarno
Howard Caine   ...   Enrico Caruso
John Duke   ...   Lupo Miano
Vito Scotti   ...   Simonetti
John Marley   ...   Caputo
Nick Pawl   ...   Palumbo
Mario Siletti   ...   Loria
Vincent Barbi   ...   Fabraka
Mimi Doyle   ...   Sister Theresa
Sherry Alberoni   ...   Giulia Di Sarno
Mary Carver   ...   Mrs. Rossi
Leslie Glenn   ...   Girl at Bombing
Paul Birch   ...   Mayor George B. McClellan
Sal Armetta   ...   Botti
and
David Poleri   ...   The Voice of Caruso

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