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L'homme de Marrakech (1966)

An unscrupulous man travels to southern Morocco along with his lover to steal a cargo of gold bullion with the collaboration of a mining engineer and the person who will be in charge of transportation.

Director:

Jacques Deray

Writers:

Jacques Deray (screenplay), Jacques Deray (story) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
George Hamilton ... George
Claudine Auger ... Lila
Alberto de Mendoza ... Travis
Tiberio Murgia ... José
Daniel Ivernel ... Vibert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Renato Baldini
Roberto Camardiel
Manuel de Blas
Giacomo Furia Giacomo Furia
George Rigaud
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An unscrupulous man travels to southern Morocco along with his lover to steal a cargo of gold bullion with the collaboration of a mining engineer and the person who will be in charge of transportation.

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A young man with nerve and a gun, gets a million in gold...and a girl!

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Adventure | Crime

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Jacques Deray says in his biography that the shooting was a total mess, with scripts losing pages, actors and technical crew not receiving payroll, provoking erratic strikes, and till the female producer Suzy Prim who arrived on the set with bank notes in her bra, because of the customs, to permit the shooting to proceed. See more »

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a rare Giovanni-Deray heist movie
9 December 2013 | by eric-barilSee all my reviews

That Man George (with the real lazy "bellâtre" George Hamilton) is an invisible movie directed by the great Jacques Deray and written by the immense José Giovanni (surprisingly also written with the actress Suzy Prim). An international production I just saw with gentleman Philippe (who wrote the very first comment on this rarity). Not a masterpiece in heist genre, but we need to see a minter print than we saw to appreciate the quite good heist sequence (that reminds me of A Cruel Gun Story, a very brilliant jewel). L'Homme De Marrakech is regrettably slowed down by far fetched dubbing. But how exciting to discover this invisible movie directed by late Jacques Deray, another great french thriller director we'll never forget. Thanx again Philippe.


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Country:

France | Italy | Spain

Language:

French

Release Date:

15 September 1967 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Man from Marrakech See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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