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Klute
Directed by:
Alan J. Pakula

Directed by Alan J. Pakula, "Klute" (also known as "Squillo per l'ispettore Klute, Una") is a Crime/Drama/Mystery/Thriller film, released on June 23 of 1971 in the USA . Jane Fonda is starring, alongside Donald Sutherland, Charles Cioffi, Roy Scheider, Dorothy Tristan and Rita Gam.

One man is missing. Two girls lie dead. ...and someone breathing on the other end of the phone. [USA Theatrical]

Who directed "Klute":

Klute was directed by Alan J. Pakula, an American producer, director, and writer.

Before Klute, Alan J. Pakula had directed The Sterile Cuckoo, released in 1969. Since, he directed Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing, released in 1973, The Parallax View (1974), All the President's Men (1976), Comes a Horseman (1978), Starting Over (1979), and Sophie's Choice (1982).

When was "Klute" released:

Klute was first released in the United States on Wednesday, June 23, 1971. Another film released on Wednesday, June 23, 1971 is Le Mans (dir. Lee H. Katzin). This was forty-eight (48) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, September 08, 1971 in France; Friday, November 12, 1971 in Germany; Wednesday, September 29, 1971 in Italy and on Saturday, October 16, 1971 in Japan.

What is the casting of "Klute":

At the casting of Klute we find Jane Fonda, previously seen in They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969) and Barbarella (1968); Donald Sutherland (Little Murders (1971), Alex in Wonderland (1970)); Charles Cioffi (Shaft (1971), The Thief Who Came to Dinner (1973)) [ more... ]

  • Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland can be seen in Steelyard Blues, released in 1973.
  • Donald Sutherland and Charles Cioffi also appeared together in Shadow Conspiracy, released in 1997.
  • Roy Scheider and Robert Milli also appeared together in The Curse of the Living Corpse, released in 1964.
  • Roy Scheider and Anthony Holland also appeared in All That Jazz, released in 1979.

What is the Storyline of "Klute":

The film begins with the disappearance of Pennsylvania executive Tom Gruneman (played by veteran actor Robert Milli). The police reveal that an obscene letter was found in Gruneman's office, addressed to a prostitute in New York City named Bree Daniels (Fonda), who had received several similar letters from him. After six months of fruitless police work, Peter Cable (Cioffi), an executive at Gruneman's company, hires family friend and private detective John Klute (Sutherland) to investigate Gruneman's [...]

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