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The Day of the Wolves (1971)

G | | Crime, Drama | 1971 (USA)
Gang tries to take over small town to rob its banks.

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Pete Anderson
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Maggie Anderson
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No. 4
Jan Murray ...
No. 1
Frankie Randall ...
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Andre Marquis ...
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Henry Capps ...
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Smokey Roberds ...
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No. 5
John Lupton ...
Hank
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The Sheriff
Jack Bailey ...
The Mayor
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The Inspector (as Biff Elliott)
Percy Helton ...
The Farmer
Herb Vigran ...
The Realtor
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Gang tries to take over small town to rob its banks.

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The perfect crime... or was it? See more »

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Crime | Drama

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7 djävulska män  »

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$187,000 (estimated)
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The only one of Ferde Grofé Jr.'s feature films to be shot on US territory; the others were shot at various locations in the Philippines, South America and other parts of the world See more »

Quotes

No. 4: My name is Arnold - Mike Arnold. But last week I was known by the number 4. None of us had names, just numbers.
The Inspector: Who is the leader?
No. 4: [incredulously] He was number 1.
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Referenced in Reservoir Dogs (1992) See more »

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28 March 2005 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

Quentin Tarantino may have seen ALSO this one : the gang boss does not want his men can identify themselves, and he wants them to choose (or he chooses for them : memory is not sure about that) names of numbers or colors or anything else. Remind you something ? It is clearly one source of one of the good ideas of Tarantino in RESERVOIR DOGS. Tarantino has seen many movies : he makes homage to the famous first dialogue line of DEATH TRAP / EATEN ALIVE / STARLIGHT SLAUGTHER (USA 1976) directed by Tobe Hooper in KILL BILL, and to many others movies he has seen in his own movies. He liked what we liked in the 60's & the 70's. And because of his "history of movies" memories, we can even re-discover such movies as this quite funny DAY OF THE WOLVES ! As Latin proverb says : NIHIL NOVI SUB SOLE (Nothing new under the sun) !


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