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The Man Who Betrayed the Mafia (1967)
"L'homme qui trahit la mafia" (original title)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Robert Hossein ...
Maître Bianchini
Claude Mann ...
Commissaire Lambert
Claudine Coster ...
Isabelle Bianchini
Robert Manuel ...
Le chef de brigade des stupéfiants
José Luis de Vilallonga ...
Mario Vérona
Carl Studer ...
Morgan
Noëlle Noblecourt ...
L'hôtesse de l'air
Alain Gottvalles ...
Luciano
Michel Creton ...
Fabiani
Paul Préboist ...
Le garagiste / Garage Attendant
Lilly Bistrattin ...
Sandra (as Lily Bistrattyn)
Gigi Ballista ...
Aldo (as Luigi Ballista)
Raoul Saint-Yves ...
Le directeur de la prison
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20 May 1967 (France)  »

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Calibre 38  »

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Talky, draggy crime drama
28 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Stop me if you've heard this one before: a drug syndicate is killing people in Paris. A young and (supposedly) top-class police officer is assigned to bring them down. That's it for plot. The hero is a pretty nondescript and inexpressive figure, so at some point the film switches to a crooked lawyer who's working for the syndicate, and who is pushed to his limits by both sides; in this role, Robert Hossein is literally the only somewhat interesting character in the film, which also lacks memorable action scenes or locations. Just about the ONLY inspired touch comes at the opening credits, which appear and get "deleted" by a car's windshield wipers; after that point, this film is like a hundred others, most of them much better. * out of 4.


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