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John Dortmunder (Character)
from The Hot Rock (1972)

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John Archibald Dortmunder was created by Donald E... See more »
Alternate Names:
Dortmunder / Gus Cardinale / Kevin Caffery / Sterzi / Walter Upjohn Ballentine


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  1. What's the Worst That Could Happen? (2001) Played by Martin Lawrence (as Kevin Caffery)

  2. Jimmy the Kid (1999) Played by Herbert Knaup (as Dortmunder)
  3. Why Me? (1990) Played by Christopher Lambert (as Gus Cardinale)

  4. Jimmy the Kid (1982) Played by Paul Le Mat

  5. Come ti rapisco il pupo (1976) Played by Walter Chiari (as Sterzi)
  6. Bank Shot (1974) Played by George C. Scott (as Walter Upjohn Ballentine)
    ... aka "The Bank Shot" - USA (long title)
  7. The Hot Rock (1972) Played by Robert Redford (as Dortmunder)
    ... aka "How to Steal a Diamond in Four Uneasy Lessons" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK
    ... aka "Hot Rock" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

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From The Hot Rock (1972)
Abe Greenberg: I am sometime so astute, it's remarkable. There are some things people will not do.
Dortmunder: But there's things that get done that you can't do yourself. There's things that happen that you can make happen! Am I right, Chicken?
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