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French Connection II

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Tough New York cop "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) is once again on the trail of a powerful drugs trafficker in this cracking sequel to the Oscar-winning original. Assigned to help the French police smash a heroin gang operating out of Marseille, Doyle finds that his reputation as a loose cannon has preceded him. Gradually he earns the respect of the local police as he sets about tracking down his old adversary, Alain Charnier. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director John Frankenheimer (1975, 18) (S) (W) Gene Hackman stars in Narrow Margin on BBCI at 11.25pm Barry Norman on Gene Hackman : page 53

Contributors

Unknown: Alain Charnier.
Director: John Frankenheimer
Unknown: Gene Hackman
Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Gene Hackman
PopeyeDoyle: Gene Hackman
Alain Charnier: Fernando Rey
Barthelemy: Bernard Fresson
Raoul Diron: Jean-Pierre Castaldi
Miletto: Charles Millot
Old lady: Cathleen Nesbitt
Old pro: Pierre Collet
Jacques: Philippe Leotard
Young tail: Alexandre Fabre
Inspector Genevoix: Jacques Dynam
Dutch captain: Raoul Delfosse
Manfredi: Patrick Floersheim
Brigadier Brian: Ed Lauter

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