"Breaking Point" (also known as "Punto di rottura") is a Crime/Drama film directed by Bob Clark, released on June 02 of 1976 in the USA . Bo Svenson and Robert Culp are starring, alongside John Colicos, Belinda Montgomery, Linda Sorenson and Stephen Young.
Innocence and fury don't mix - they explode!
Who directed "Breaking Point":
Breaking Point was directed by Bob Clark, an American director, producer, writer, actor, and cinematographer.
Before making Breaking Point, Bob Clark had directed Black Christmas, released in 1974, Dead of Night (1974), Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (1972), She-Man (1967). Since, he directed Tribute, released in 1980, Porky's (1982), Porky's II: The Next Day (1983), A Christmas Story (1983), Rhinestone (1984), and From the Hip (1987).
When was "Breaking Point" released:
Breaking Point was first released in the United States on Wednesday, June 02, 1976.. This was forty-three (43) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, June 04, 1976 in Canada.
Who is at the casting of "Breaking Point":
At the casting of Breaking Point we find Bo Svenson, previously seen in Walking Tall Part II (1975) and The Great Waldo Pepper (1975); Robert Culp (Inside Out (1975), The Castaway Cowboy (1974)); John Colicos (Scorpio (1973), Red Sky at Morning (1971)) [ more... ]
- Ken James and Dwayne McLean can both be seen in Blood & Guts, released in 1978.
- John Colicos and Gerry Salsberg also appeared together in Phobia, released in 1980.
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