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Marseille. Heaps of flowers and funeral wreaths... "A man who no longer defends his colors is no longer a man."

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Roch Siffredi
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Volpone
Daniel Ivernel ...
Inspector Fanti
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Sam (as René Kolldehoff)
André Falcon ...
Inspector Cazenave
Lionel Vitrant ...
Fernand
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Luciano
Greg Germain ...
Le 'Nègre'
Pierre Koulak ...
Spada
Marius Laurey ...
Teissere
Serge Davri ...
Charlie
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Le médecin
Jacques Debary ...
Le préfet
Djéloul Beghoura ...
Lucien (as Djelloul Beghoura)
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Un spectateur de l'Alcazar
Michelle Bach ...
(as Michèle Bach)
Yvan Chiffre
Catherine Rouvel ...
Lola
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Abeillé ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
Henri Attal ...
Un gardien à l'asile (uncredited)
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Une passagère sur le paquebot (uncredited)
Maurice Auzel ...
Un policier / Un homme de Sam (uncredited)
Joëlle Bernard ...
Une maquerelle (uncredited)
Philippe Castelli ...
Le coiffeur (uncredited)
Corinne Corson ...
Solange (uncredited)
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Une prostituée dans la rue / Prostitute (uncredited)
Marc Eyraud ...
Le médecin-chef de l'asile (uncredited)
Gabriella Farinon ...
(uncredited)
Marcel Gassouk ...
Le joueur de cartes (uncredited)
Sylvain Levignac ...
Le portier (uncredited)
Roger Lumont ...
La patron du bar de la Marine (uncredited)
Marie Marczack ...
Une employée de l'Alcazar (uncredited)
Laure Moutoussamy ...
Une prostituée (uncredited)
Jacques Pisias ...
Un homme de Sam (uncredited)
Janine Souchon ...
Une religieuse à l'asile (uncredited)
Günter Spörrle ...
Giuliano (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jacques Deray

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Pascal Jardin ... (scenario)
 
Jacques Deray ... () (uncredited)

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Alain Delon ... producer
Julien Derode ... delegate producer

Music by

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Claude Bolling

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Jean-Jacques Tarbès

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Henri Lanoë

Editorial Department

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Monique André ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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François de Lamothe

Costume Design by

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Jacques Fonteray

Production Management

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René Fargéas ... unit manager
Pierre Saint-Blancat ... production manager
Roch Siffredi ... unit manager

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Patrick Bureau ... assistant director
Philippe Lefebvre ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Jean Labussière ... sound

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Serge Wagner ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Claude Bourgoin ... camera operator

Other crew

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Alain Delon ... presenter
Maurice Jacquin ... presenter
Hélène Sébillotte ... script supervisor

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Raoul Lévy ... dedicatee (as Raoul J. Lévy)

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Plot Summary

It's the early 1930s. Working their way up the ladder largely on chutzpah, Roch Sifreddi and François Capella, who became best friends in their unlikely partnership, have risen to the top of the organized crime world in Marseilles. Shortly after reaching the top, Capella is murdered. Sifreddi eventually learns that the murder was orchestrated by international businessman Giovanni Volpone, new to Marseilles from Italy, he whose ultimate goal is to take control of the city in all aspects, legal and illegal. While Sifreddi sees Volpone's action as the start of a gangland war, Volpone has other thoughts in sending a longer lasting message to Sifreddi and others who may want to fill his shoes. Volpone has specific reasons for wanting Marseilles, it a war he will want to wage in most of the western world to reach his end goal. Standing by Sifreddi in this war is Lola, a former prostitute friend to both Sifreddi and Capella, she who was Capella's girlfriend at the time of his death, and Sifreddi and Capella's loyal and long serving head henchman, Fernand. In this battle, Sifreddi can no longer rely on the hands off approach by the police, former Commissioner Fanti, who would only intervene if the tit for tat killings got out of hand. Fanti has now been replaced by Commissioner Cazenave, who is a little out of his element in dealing with such matters. Under the circumstances, the police may have their own ideas of what they would like to happen with Sifreddi and Volpone's war, especially as Volpone views the law as only applying to poor people. Written by Huggo

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Also Known As
  • Borsalino & co. (Italy)
  • Borsalino & Co. (West Germany)
  • Blood on the Streets (Ireland, English title)
  • Blood on the Streets (United Kingdom)
  • Borsalino y compañía (Spain)
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  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs A newspaper announces : "Déchéance de de Monsieur Roch Siffredi". In French it should be "Déchéance de Monsieur Roch Siffredi". See more »
Movie Connections Features Borsalino & Co: les retrouvailles (2014). See more »
Soundtracks Prends-Moi Matelot See more »
Quotes [last lines in the English subtitled version]
[Sifreddi and Fernand are standing on an outside deck of an ocean liner as they sail to America]
Fernand: No regrets?
Roch Siffredi: I never regret anything.
Fernand: America's big. We don't know anyone there.
Roch Siffredi: I do.
Fernand: Oh.
[Sifreddi and Fernand, walking into one of the lounges where dance music is playing, sit down at the bar]
Bartender: Monsieur?
Roch Siffredi: Champagne.
Unseen Female: Care to dance?
Roch Siffredi: [turning his head to face the woman] Since when does a woman ask a man to dance?
[the woman is shown to be Lola]
Lola: But, sir, this is 1937.
Roch Siffredi: True.
[Sifreddi and Lola get up to dance together]
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