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Machine Gun McCain (1-Apr-1969)

Original Title: Gli intoccabili

Director: Giuliano Montaldo

Writers: Mino Roli; Israel Horowitz

From novel: Candyleg by Ovid Demaris

Music by: Ennio Morricone

Producers: Marco Vicario; Bino Cicogna

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Val Avery
14-Jul-1924 12-Dec-2009 The Anderson Tapes
John Cassavetes
9-Dec-1929 3-Feb-1989 Rosemary's Baby
Carol Doda
Performance Artist
29-Aug-1937   Stripper at San Francisco's Condor Club
Britt Ekland
6-Oct-1942   The Man with the Golden Gun
Peter Falk
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Gena Rowlands
19-Jun-1930   A Woman Under The Influence


John Cassavetes   ...   Hank McCain
Britt Ekland   ...   Irene Tucker
Peter Falk   ...   Charlie Adamo
Gabriele Ferzetti   ...   Don Francesco DeMarco
Pierluigi Aprà   ...   Jack McCain
Luigi Pistilli   ...   Duke Mazzanga
Margherita Guzzinati   ...   Margaret DeMarco
Claudio Biava   ...   Barclay
Steffen Zacharias   ...   Abe Stilberman
James Morrison   ...   Joby Cuda
Florinda Bolkan   ...   Joni Adamo
Tony Kendall   ...   Pete Zacari
Salvo Randone   ...   Don Salvatore
special guest star
Gena Rowlands   ...   Rosemary Scott
also starring
Val Avery   ...   Chuck Regan
Carol Doda   ...   Supporting Cast
Jack Ackerman   ...   Britten
Maria Mizar   ...   Supporting Cast
Mirella Pamphili   ...   Supporting Cast
Franco Riti   ...   Supporting Cast
Gaetano Imbrò   ...   Supporting Cast


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