Released on December 14 of 1973 in the USA, "The Seven-Ups" (also known as "Squadra speciale", "Seven-Ups, Die") is an Action/Crime/Drama film directed by Philip D'Antoni, and written by Sonny Grosso (story) . Roy Scheider and Victor Arnold are starring, alongside Jerry Leon, Ken Kercheval, Tony Lo Bianco and Larry Haines.
They take justice one step further.
Who is the director of "The Seven-Ups":
The Seven-Ups was directed by Philip D'Antoni, an American producer, and director.
When was "The Seven-Ups" released:
The Seven-Ups was initially released on Friday, December 14, 1973, in the United States. Also released on this day were Superdad (dir. Vincent McEveety) and Miracle on 34th Street. This was forty-five (45) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, April 24, 1974 in France and on Thursday, March 21, 1974 in Germany.
What is the casting of "The Seven-Ups":
At the casting of The Seven-Ups we find Roy Scheider, previously seen in Un homme est mort (1972) and The French Connection (1971); Victor Arnold (Shaft (1971)); Jerry Leon [ more... ]
- Roy Scheider, Tony Lo Bianco, Bill Hickman and Benny Marino also appeared in The French Connection, released in 1971.
- Victor Arnold and Joe Spinell can also be seen in The First Deadly Sin, released in 1980.
What is the Storyline of "The Seven-Ups":
Buddy Manucci (played by Scheider and is a loose remake of the character of Boddy "Cloudy" Russo he played in The French Connection, a character who also used dirty tactics to capture his enemies, and who was also based on Sonny Grosso) has been getting flak from the higher-ups in the New York City police force he works for because his team of renegade policemen, known as The Seven-Ups (the name comes from the fact that most convictions done by the team heralds jail sentences to criminals from [...]
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