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During the 1930s, in Marseilles, France, two small time crooks work for local crime bosses until they decide to go into business for themselves.

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François Capella
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Roch Siffredi
Catherine Rouvel ...
Lola
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Simone Escarguel
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Mme Rinaldi
Laura Adani ...
Mme Siffredi, la mère de Roch
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Ginette
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Lydia
Odette Piquet ...
La chanteuse
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Mario
Lionel Vitrant ...
Fernand
Dennis Berry ...
Nono
Jean Aron ...
Martial Roger, le comptable
André Bollet ...
Poli
Pierre Koulak ...
Spada
Yvan Chiffre
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Marello
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Le commissaire
Christian de Tillière ...
Le 'Danseur' (as Christian de Tilière)
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Simon Boccace
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Maître Rinaldi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Le frère Pradel #1 (scenesDeleted)
Gilda Albertoni ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
Georges Ass ...
Le prêtre à l'enterrement (uncredited)
Henri Attal ...
Le caissier du cercle (uncredited)
Maurice Auzel ...
Un videur (uncredited)
Philippe Castelli ...
Le garçon d'hôtel (uncredited)
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Une prostituée (uncredited)
Jean-François Delon ...
L'employé du bordel (uncredited)
Stan Dylik ...
Le Sétois (uncredited)
Fransined ...
Le garçon de café (uncredited)
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Le second de Marello (uncredited)
Georges Guéret ...
Un homme de Marello (uncredited)
Iska Khan ...
Le serveur chinois (uncredited)
Marius Laurey ...
L'inspecteur Teyssère (uncredited)
Roland Legrain ...
Le 'Gitan' (uncredited)
Sylvie Lenoir ...
Mireille (uncredited)
Roland Malet ...
Un joueur (uncredited)
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Le grand René (uncredited)
Tony Rödel ...
Un homme de Marello (uncredited)
Art Simmons ...
Le pianiste (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jacques Deray

Written by

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Jean-Claude Carrière ... ()
 
Jean Cau ... ()
 
Jacques Deray ... ()
 
Eugène Saccomano ... (book "Bandits a Marseille")
 
Claude Sautet ... ()

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Pierre Caro ... associate producer
Alain Delon ... producer
Henri Michaud ... producer

Music by

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Claude Bolling

Cinematography by

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Jean-Jacques Tarbès

Film Editing by

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Paul Cayatte

Editorial Department

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Liane Morice ... assistant editor

Art Direction by

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François de Lamothe

Set Decoration by

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Robert Christidès

Costume Design by

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Jacques Fonteray

Makeup Department

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Michel Deruelle ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Alain Belmondo ... unit manager
Jean Brouin ... unit manager
Jean-Marc Isy ... unit manager
Pierre Saint-Blancat ... production manager
Roch Siffredi ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jean-François Delon ... second assistant director
Olivier Gérard ... first assistant director
Michele Sennet ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Robert André ... assistant art director
Jacques Brizzio ... assistant art director
Pierre Duquesne ... assistant art director
André Pierdel ... propman
Michel Suné ... propman

Sound Department

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Gilles Barberis ... audio restorer
Alessandro Biancani ... audio restorer
Jacques Maumont ... sound mixer

Stunts

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André Cagnard ... stunts
Yvan Chiffre ... stunt coordinator
Jean-Pierre Janic ... stunts
Isa Rambaud ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Claude Bourgoin ... assistant camera
Jean Charvein ... camera operator
Pierre Manciet ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tanine Autré ... wardrobe mistress
Pierre Nourry ... wardrobe master

Script and Continuity Department

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Annie Rozier ... script girl

Other crew

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Maurice Breslave ... stars' clothes
Capobianco ... shoes
Chombert ... furrier
Jean Fouchet ... title designer
Andree Leguay ... auditor
Rene Llonguet ... jewels

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Plot Summary

In 1930 Marseilles two small-time crooks join forces when they meet brawling over a woman. Starting with fixed horse races and fights, they start to find themselves doing jobs for the local gangster bosses. When they decide to go into the business for themselves, their easy-going approach to crime starts to change. Written by Jeremy Perkins {J-26}

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Also Known As
  • Marseille 1930 (France)
  • Борсалино (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Борсалино (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Die Losleger (West Germany)
  • Borsalino - Fra Marseilles underverden (Denmark)
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  • 125 min
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Trivia The famous Italian porn star Rocco Siffredi took his stage name from Alain Delon's character in this film. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Tango Bar (1987). See more »
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