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Diamonds (1975)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  22 October 1975 (USA)
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Richard Roundtree (SHAFT), Robert Shaw (JAWS) and $100 Million of the Hottest Rocks in the World!

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Charles / Earl Hodgson
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Archie
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Sally (as Barbara Seagull)
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Zelda Shapiro
Joseph Shiloach ...
Mustafa (as Joseph Shiloah)
Shaike Ophir ...
Moshe (as Shai K. Ophir)
Gadi Yagil ...
Gaby (as Gadi Yageel)
Yona Elian ...
Zippi (as Jona Elian)
Yehuda Efroni ...
Salzburg
Yossi Graber ...
Rabinowitz (as Joseph Graber)
Bomba Tzur ...
Momo (as Bomba Zur)
Aryeh Moskona ...
Avram (as Arie Moscona)
Tali Goldberg ...
Policewoman
Arik Dichner ...
Arik
Chen Plotkin ...
Danny Rabinowitz
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Richard Roundtree (SHAFT), Robert Shaw (JAWS) and $100 Million of the Hottest Rocks in the World!

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Diamonds Were Forever

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Crime | Drama

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Also Known As:

Diamond Shaft  »

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Trivia

The Graff Jewellery Store in Knightsbridge, London that was used as Charles Hodgson's place or work was itself robbed of £1.4m worth of jewels on 11 September 1980. The robbers' haul included the Marlborough Diamond, then valued at £400,000. See more »

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The prison from which Archie is released was, and is, a Young Offenders Institution. No one of Archie's ostensible age would have been confined there. See more »

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Diamonds
Written by Jack Fishman and Roy Budd
Performed by The Three Degrees
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Adequate 70's Crime Film
22 October 2001 | by (South of England) – See all my reviews

This is certianly not the best of the 70's crime films, and I am not sure I understand the alternative title 'Diamond Shaft' (with Roundtree top billed) as Roundtree's not playing John Shaft and he's not even playing a cop. It's probably just a way of exploiting his past success in the Shaft films. Anyway, this film is difficult to love or hate, I just found it an adequate quirky little 70's crime film. Robert Shaw is quite a dignified charactor and is also a little mysterious (playing his twin aswell). It's a fun film to watch but is not as good as those gritty 70's thrillers such as French Connection, Taking of Pelham 123 etc. I doubt it's worth recommending, but it was interesting to see Roundtree, Shaw and randomly Shelley Winters, all together.


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