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The Don Is Dead (1973) Poster

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The film was made and released about one year after Marvin H. Albert's source novel of the same name had been first published in 1972.
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Debut produced cinema movie screenplay of writers Michael Butler and Christopher Trumbo.
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Penultimate film produced by producer Hal B. Wallis whose final film in that capacity was around two years later with 1975's Rooster Cogburn (1975).
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Some movie posters for the film featured a preamble that said: "In the Fall of 1971, Don Angelo DiMorra began an innocent affair with a beautiful woman. It started the bloodiest carnival of murder in the history of American crime".
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This motion picture featured a considerable number of uncredited appearances and performances by actors and actresses.
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The film was the 107th screen appearance of lead actor Anthony Quinn according to publicity for the movie.
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Names of the overlord crime syndicate families featured in the film were the Dimorras, the Bernardos and the Regabultos.
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First Hollywood-based motion picture production in nine years for star Anthony Quinn.
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One of two 1973 motion pictures first released in that year directed by Richard Fleischer. The other cinema movie was Soylent Green (1973).
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Actors Abe Vigoda and Al Lettieri had recently appeared in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather (1972).
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