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The Master Touch (1972)
"Un uomo da rispettare" (original title)

 -  Action | Crime | Drama  -  May 1974 (USA)
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A just released from prison professional thief decides to do one last high-risk heist, which could settle him for life or land him behind bars again.

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Credited cast:
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Steve Wallace
Giuliano Gemma ...
Marco
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Anna
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Miller
Reinhard Kolldehoff ...
Detective Hoffman (as Rene Kolldehoff)
Romano Puppo ...
Miller's Lieutenant
Bruno Corazzari ...
Eric
John Bartha ...
Murdered Security Guard
Allen Stanley
Vittorio Fanfoni
Luigi Antonio Guerra
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Herbert A.E. Böhme ...
Captain Hansmunsen
Peter Kuiper ...
Gustav
Paul Muller ...
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A just released from prison professional thief decides to do one last high-risk heist, which could settle him for life or land him behind bars again.

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To split a car in half... seduce a safe with music... send a city wild !


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A Man to Respect  »

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During the chase, one of the cars keep changing back and forth from a 1958 Plymouth two door to a 1960 Dodge four door with slightly modified tail fins. See more »

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MUCH better than expected, a little gem
4 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you love those 70's films, this has it all. The cars, the clothes, the "modern" machinery that is hokey today, and camera angles, etc. The best part of the film is one of the best car chases on film (perhaps top 10 best ever, really !), with no CGI, quick cutaways, etc., worth watching for this alone. The rest of the heist is pretty standard, but decent, with a complicated ending of course (it never just ends clean in these movies now, does it?). The movie takes place in Germany, although of course all of the text is in English, as if people in Germany speak English as a matter of course in their daily lives. It does not matter though, Hamburg is portrayed as gritty, again, that 70's gritty that we all miss and love to see in films.


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