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Caliber 9

Year:
Duration:
USA:88 min | Finland:97 min | Italy:100 min
Genres:
Action | Crime | Thriller
IMDB rate:
7.7
Director:
Fernando Di Leo
Details
Country: Italy
Release Date: 1972-02-25
Earnings
Gross: HKD 121,910 (Hong Kong) ( 1972)
Cast
Actor
Character
Gastone Moschin
Ugo
Barbara Bouchet
Nelly
Mario Adorf
Rocco
Frank Wolff
Commissioner
Ivo Garrani
Vincenzo
Philippe Leroy
Chino
Lionel Stander
Americano
Mario Novelli
Pasquale
Giuseppe Castellano
Nicola
Salvatore Arico
Luca
Fernando Cerulli
Clerk
Giulio Baraghini
Brigadier
Alessandro Tedeschi
Courier
Franco Beltramme
Hood
Rossella Bergamonti
Woman
Bruno Bertocci
Courier
Empedocle Buzzanca
Courier
Fortunato Cecilia
Affatato
Ernesto Colli
Alfredo
Alberto Fogliani
Hood
Ettore Geri
Barman
Imelde Marani
Courier
Sergio Serafini
Cop
Giorgio Trestini
Franceschino
Mira Vidotto
Woman (as Diomira Vidotto)
Artemio Antonini
Hood (uncredited)
Salvatore Billa
Hood (uncredited)
Angelo Boscariol
Cop
Marina Brengola
Woman (uncredited)
Cicely Browne
Hooker (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Sisto Brunetti
Cop
Omero Capanna
Hood (uncredited)
Lewis E. Ciannelli
Nicola (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Cyril Cusack
Clerk (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Fernando Di Leo
Phone (uncredited)
Cesare Di Vito
Cop
Michael Forest
Commissioner (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Gilberto Galimberti
Hood (uncredited)
Luigi Antonio Guerra
Hitman (uncredited)
Giuseppe Leone
Hood (uncredited)
Domenico Maggio
Hood (uncredited)
Edward Mannix
Rocco (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Marco Mariani
Cop
Gianni Milito
Hood (uncredited)
Gastone Pescucci
Cop
Ted Rusoff
Chino /
Robert Sommer
Brigadier (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Robert Spafford
Ugo
Dan Sturkie
Vincenzo (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Mauro Vestri
Cop
Larry Ward
Fonzino (voice: English version) (uncredited)
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Trivia
Many of the people who plays minor character like the men of Rocco Musco weren't actors but people really taken from the street.
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In 2006, a clip from this movie (Moschin comes back to the disco where Barbara Bouchet is dancing) has been used by group Vinylistic as video-clip for their song "Record Player".
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Fernando Di Leo admitted that, with a critical eye, the scenes at the Police Station among the "fascist" Commissioner and the "communist" Mercuri should be taken off because they take strength out of the main story. But the work of actors Frank Wolff and Luigi Pistilli was so good that he couldn't absolutely cut it off.
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Luigi Pistilli
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