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The Anderson Tapes ()


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After Duke Anderson is released from prison after ten years for taking the rap for a scion of a Mafia family, he cashes in a debt of honor with the mob to bankroll a caper.

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Robert 'Duke' Anderson
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Ingrid Everly
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Tommy Haskins
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Captain Delaney
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Pat Angelo
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The Kid
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Rocco Parelli
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Edward Spencer (as Dick Williams)
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Sergeant Everson
Stan Gottlieb ...
William 'Pop' Meyerhoff
Paul Benjamin ...
Jimmy
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Psychologist
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Werner Gottlieb (as Richard B. Schull)
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Dr. Rubicoff
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Miss Kaler
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Mrs. Hathaway
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Carl Bingham
Janet Ward ...
Mrs. Bingham
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Jerry Bingham
Norman Rose ...
Mr. Longene
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Mrs. Longene (as Meg Miles)
John Call ...
O'Leary - Doorman
Raoul Kraushaar ...
Vic D'Medico - Angelo's Lawyer (as Ralph Stanley)
John Braden ...
Vanessi
Paula Trueman ...
Dr. Rubicoff's Nurse
Michael Miller ...
First Agent
Michael Prince ...
Vincent Johnson (voice)
Frank Macetta ...
Papa Angelo
Jack Doroshow ...
Eric - Decorator Tenant
Michael Clary ...
Eric's Friend
Hildy Brooks ...
Tommy's Receptionist
Robert Dagny ...
Doctor
Bradford English ...
T.V. Watcher
Reid Cruickshanks ...
Judge (as Reid Cruckshanks)
Tom Signorelli ...
Sync Man - State Narcotics Commission
Carmine Caridi ...
Detective A
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Sergeant Claire
George Patelis ...
Detective B
William J. Daprato ...
Detective C (as William Daprato)
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Private Detective
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mary Boylan ...
Bus Station Lady (uncredited)
Bruce Brown ...
Policeman (uncredited)
James Forster ...
Sergeant (uncredited)
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Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)
Al Kirk ...
Thief (uncredited)
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Minor Role (uncredited)
Tom Nobles ...
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)

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Sidney Lumet

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Lawrence Sanders ... (novel "The Anderson Tapes")
 
Frank Pierson ... (screenplay) (as Frank R. Pierson)

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George Justin ... associate producer
Robert Weitman ... producer (as Robert M. Weitman)

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Quincy Jones

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Arthur J. Ornitz ... director of photography

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Joanne Burke

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Peter Genung ... assistant editor
Janet Lauretano ... assistant editor

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Marion Dougherty

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Ben Kasazkow ... (as Benjamin J. Kasazkow)

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Philip Rosenberg

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Alan Hicks

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Gene Coffin

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Betty DeStefano ... hair stylist (as Betty Destefano)
Ian Forest ... hair stylist (as Ian Forrest)
Saul Meth ... makeup artist

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Alan Hopkins ... assistant director

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Jack Fitzstephens ... sound editor
Al Gramaglia ... mixer
Dennis Maitland ... production sound
James Perdue ... sound (uncredited)

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Fred J. Lincoln ... stunts (uncredited)

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Charles Kolb ... grip
Willie Meyerhoff ... gaffer (as William Meyerhoff)
Albert Taffet ... camera operator (uncredited)
Felix Trimboli ... assistant camera (uncredited)

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Vic Ramos ... extra casting

Music Department

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Quincy Jones ... conductor

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Roger G. Battie ... technical consultant: of The William J. Burns International Detective Agency Inc.
Harve Brosten ... assistant to producer
Nicholas Sgarro ... script supervisor (as Nick Sgarro)
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Plot Summary

A thief (Duke Anderson) just released from ten years in jail, takes up with his old girlfriend (Ingrid) in her posh apartment. He makes plans to rob the entire building. What he doesn't know is that his every move is recorded on audio and video tape, although he is not the subject of any surveillance. Written by Zeke M. Towson

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Taglines The Crime of the Century! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le dossier Anderson (France)
  • Le gang Anderson (France)
  • Supergolpe en Manhattan (Spain)
  • Shôn Konerî/Tôchô sakusen (Japan)
  • O Dossier Anderson (Portugal)
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  • 99 min
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Budget $3,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Feature film debut of Christopher Walken. See more »
Goofs After police rush the building and a large group head upstairs they open double doors at the stairwell that were locked by the thieves from the other side minutes earlier. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005). See more »
Quotes The Kid: America, man! You know, it's so beautiful I wanta eat it!
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