The Italian Job1969

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The Italian Job
Directed by:
Peter Collinson

Starring Michael Caine, Benny Hill, Raf Vallone, Tony Beckley, Rossano Brazzi and Irene Handl, "The Italian Job" (also known as "Charlie staubt Millionen ab", "Colpo all'italiana, Un") is an Action/Comedy/Crime film directed by Peter Collinson, released in the USA on September 03 of 1969.

Introducing the plans for a new business venture.

Who is the director of "The Italian Job":

The Italian Job was directed by Peter Collinson, an English director, and writer.

Before making The Italian Job, Peter Collinson had directed The Long Day's Dying, released in 1968, Up the Junction (1968), The Penthouse (1967). Since, he directed You Can't Win 'Em All, released in 1970, Fright (1971), Innocent Bystanders (1972), Un Hombre llamado Noon (1973), Open Season (1974), and The Spiral Staircase (1975).

When was "The Italian Job" released:

The Italian Job was initally released in the United States on Wednesday, September 03, 1969. Other films released on Wednesday, September 03, 1969 are The Valley of Gwangi (dir. Jim O'Connolly) and The Trouble with Girls (dir. Peter Tewksbury). This was fifty (50) years ago.

It has been released on Monday, June 02, 1969 in the United Kingdom and on Friday, August 22, 1969 in Germany.

What is the cast of "The Italian Job":

At the casting of The Italian Job we find Michael Caine, previously seen in The Magus (1968) and Deadfall (1968); Benny Hill (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968), Light Up the Sky! (1960)); Raf Vallone (Se tutte le donne del mondo (1966), Nevada Smith (1966)) [ more... ]

  • Fred Emney and Irene Handl, John Le Mesurier also appeared in Doctor in Trouble, released in 1970.
  • John Le Mesurier and Michael Caine, Irene Handl also appeared together in The Wrong Box, released in 1966.

What is the Storyline of "The Italian Job":

A Lamborghini Miura drives through the Italian Alps and enters a tunnel, where it crashes and explodes, killing the driver. A bulldozer pushes the remains from the tunnel and dumps them down a steep alpine gorge.

Some time later, dapper mobster Charlie Croker (Michael Caine) is released from prison. He soon meets with the widow (Lelia Goldoni) of his friend and fellow thief Roger Beckermann (Rossano Brazzi), victim of the Miura crash. She gives Croker her husband's plans for the robbery that [...]

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