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Caliber 9 ()

Milano calibro 9 (original title)
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Just out of prison, ex-con Ugo Piazza meets his former employer, a psychopathic gangster Rocco who enjoys sick violence and torture. Both the gangsters and the police believe Ugo has hidden... See more »

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Ugo Piazza
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Nelly Borden
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Rocco Musco
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Commissario
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Mercuri / Fonzino
Ivo Garrani ...
Don Vincenzo
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Chino
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Americano
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Pasquale Talarico
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Nicola
Salvatore Arico ...
Luca
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Impiegato Hotel
Giulio Baraghini ...
Brigadiere
Alessandro Tedeschi ...
Corriere Occhialuto
Franco Beltramme ...
Scagnozzo Barbuto
Rossella Bergamonti ...
Donna Villa
Bruno Bertocci ...
François Doremat (Corriere)
Empedocle Buzzanca ...
Vecchio Corriere
Fortunato Cecilia ...
Vincenzo Affatato
Ernesto Colli ...
Alfredo Bertolon (Corriere)
Alberto Fogliani ...
Scagnozzo Night Club
Ettore Geri ...
Barista Night Club
Imelde Marani ...
Ragazza Corriera
Sergio Serafini ...
Giovane Corriere
Giorgio Trestini ...
Franceschino
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Artemio Antonini ...
Hood (uncredited)
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Hood (uncredited)
Angelo Boscariol ...
Cop (uncredited)
Marina Brengola ...
Woman (uncredited)
Cicely Browne ...
Prostitute (uncredited) (voice)
Sisto Brunetti ...
Cop (uncredited)
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American's Hood (uncredited)
Lewis E. Ciannelli ...
Nicola (uncredited) (voice)
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Hotel Clerk (uncredited) (voice)
Fernando Di Leo ...
Man at Phone Booth (uncredited)
Cesare Di Vito ...
Cop (uncredited)
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Commissioner (uncredited) (voice)
Gilberto Galimberti ...
Hood (uncredited)
Luigi Antonio Guerra ...
Hitman (uncredited)
Giuseppe Leone ...
Hood (uncredited)
Domenico Maggio ...
Hood (uncredited)
Edward Mannix ...
Rocco (uncredited) (voice)
Marco Mariani ...
Cop (uncredited)
Gianni Milito ...
Hood (uncredited)
Nello Palladino ...
Vecchio Poliziotto (uncredited)
Gastone Pescucci ...
Cop (uncredited)
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Chino / Luca / Old Courier with Glasses (uncredited) (voice)
Robert Sommer ...
Brigadier (uncredited) (voice)
Robert Spafford ...
Ugo Piazza (uncredited) (voice)
Dan Sturkie ...
Don Vincenzo (uncredited) (voice)
Mira Vidotto ...
Woman (uncredited)
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Fonzino / Masucci (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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Fernando Di Leo

Written by

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Giorgio Scerbanenco ... (book)
 
Fernando Di Leo ... (story)
 
Fernando Di Leo ... (screenplay)
 
Fernando Di Leo ... (dialogue)

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Armando Novelli ... producer

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Luis Bacalov ... (as Luis Enriquez Bacalov)
Osanna

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Franco Villa ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Amedeo Giomini

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Tomasso Gramigna ... first assistant editor

Production Design by

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Francesco Cuppini

Costume Design by

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Francesco Cuppini

Makeup Department

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Antonio Mura ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Lanfranco Ceccarelli ... production manager (as Lanfranco Ceccarelli)
Vincenzo Salviani ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Franco Lo Cascio ... assistant director

Art Department

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C. Sormani ... tapestry (as Sormani)

Sound Department

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Goffredo Salvatori ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Enrico Biribicchi ... assistant camera
Claudio Morabito ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marcella Moretti ... seamstress

Other crew

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Luciano Appignani ... production secretary
Vivalda Vigorelli ... continuity
Noemi Gifuni ... voice dubbing: Barbara Bouchet (uncredited)
Antonio Guidi ... voice dubbing: Lionel Stander (uncredited)
Renato Izzo ... voice dubbing: Luigi Pistilli (uncredited)
Giacomo Piperno ... voice dubbing: Philippe Leroy (uncredited)
Sergio Rossi ... voice dubbing: Frank Wolff (uncredited)
Stefano Satta Flores ... voice dubbing: Mario Adorf (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Just out of prison, ex-con Ugo Piazza meets his former employer, a psychopathic gangster Rocco who enjoys sick violence and torture. Both the gangsters and the police believe Ugo has hidden $300,000 that should have gone to an American drug syndicate boss. Written by Markku Kuoppamäki

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Also Known As
  • Milano calibro nove (Italy)
  • Caliber 9 (United States)
  • Milano Calibro 9 (United Kingdom)
  • Milan calibre 9 (France)
  • Milán, calibre 9 (Spain)
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  • 100 min
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Trivia First part of Fernando Di Leo's "Milieu Trilogy" also including The Italian Connection (1972) and The Boss (1973). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in History of the Erotic Cinema (1982). See more »

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