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Pulp (1972)

Director: Mike Hodges

Writer: Mike Hodges

Music Composed and Conducted by: George Martin

Producer: Michael Klinger

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Caine
Actor
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
Dennis Price
Actor
23-Jun-1915 6-Oct-1973 The World of Wooster
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Lizabeth Scott
Actor
29-Sep-1922   Dead Reckoning
Lionel Stander
Actor
11-Jan-1908 30-Nov-1994 Chauffer Max on Hart to Hart

CAST

Michael Caine   ...   Mickey King
Mickey Rooney   ...   Preston Gilbert
Lionel Stander   ...   Ben Dinuccio
Lizabeth Scott   ...   Betty Cippola
and introducing
Nadia Cassini   ...   Liz
with
Dennis Price   ...   The Englishman
Al Lettieri   ...   Miller
Amerigo Tot   ...   Partisan
Leopoldo Trieste   ...   Marcovic
Roberto Sacchi   ...   The Bogeyman
Giulio Donnini   ...   Typing Pool Manager
Joe Zammit Cordina   ...   The Beautiful Thing
Luciano Pigozzi   ...   Clairvoyant
Maria Quasimodo   ...   Office Manageress
Liu Bosisio   ...   1st Typist
Cristina Gaioni   ...   2nd Typist
Janet Agren   ...   Publisher's receptionist
Irene Sophie Opperman   ...   Coach Hostess
Iver Gilborn   ...   Coach Tourist
Elaine Olcott   ...   Coach Tourist
Ave Ninchi   ...   Fat Chambermaid
Ermelinda De Felice   ...   Woman in Barber Shop
Werner Hasselmann   ...   Tourist in Restaurant
Louise Lambert   ...   Tourist in Restaurant
Victor Mercieca   ...   Prince Cippola
Cettina Borg Olivier   ...   Gilbert's Mother
Anna Smith   ...   Old Woman in Bar

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