"Lepke" (also known as "Big Boss", "Gangsterboß von New York, Der") is a Biography/Drama film directed by Menahem Golan, released on May 23 of 1975 in the USA . Tony Curtis is starring, alongside Anjanette Comer, Michael Callan, Warren Berlinger, Gianni Russo and Vic Tayback.
Who directed "Lepke":
Lepke was directed by Menahem Golan, a producer, director, writer, and actor.
Before making Lepke, Menahem Golan had directed Lupo, released in 1970, What's Good for the Goose (1969), Trunk to Cairo (1966), El Dorado (1963). Since, he directed Diamonds, released in 1975, The Apple (1980), Enter the Ninja (1981), The Delta Force (1986), Over the Top (1987), and Mack the Knife (1990).
What was the release date of "Lepke":
Lepke was initally released in the United States on Friday, May 23, 1975.. This was forty-four (44) years ago.
It has been released on Saturday, March 01, 1975 in Japan.
Who is at the casting of "Lepke":
At the casting of Lepke we find Tony Curtis, previously seen in You Can't Win 'Em All (1970) and Monte Carlo or Bust (1969); Anjanette Comer (The Baby (1973), La Noche de los mil gatos (1972)); Michael Callan (The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972), Cat Ballou (1965)) [ more... ]
- Simmy Bow and Tony Curtis also appeared together in Little Miss Marker, released in 1980.
- Louis Guss and Gianni Russo can be seen in The Godfather, released in 1972.
- Simmy Bow and Gianni Russo also worked together in Laserblast, released in 1978.
- Mary Charlotte Wilcox and Vic Tayback also appeared together in The Big Bus, released in 1976.
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