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The Anderson Tapes

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starring Sean Connery Dyan Cannon
Christopher Walken Martin Balsam
Duke Anderson, out of jail after a ten year sentence, devises an audacious scheme to rob an entire New York apartment building. He gathers a team of experts for the job and after much careful preparation they execute the plan. However, unknown to Duke, his every move has been monitored and taped by the authorities.
Screenplay by FRANK R PIERSON based on the novel by LAWRENCE SANDERS
Produced by ROBERT M. WEITMAN Directed by SIDNEY LUMET
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Contributors

Unknown: Sean Connery
Unknown: Dyan Cannon
Unknown: Christopher Walken
Unknown: Martin Balsam
Unknown: Frank R Pierson
Novel By: Lawrence Sanders
Produced By: Robert M. Weitman
Directed By: Sidney Lumet
Duke Anderson: Sean Connery
IngridEverleigh: Dyan Cannon
Haskins: Martin Balsam
Capt Delaney: Ralph Meeker
Pat Angelo: Alan King
Kid: Christopher Walken
'Socks' Parelli: Val Avery
Spencer: Dick Williams
Everson: Garrett Morris
Pop: Stan Gottlieb
Jimmy: Paul Benjamin
Phychologist: Anthony Holland
Werner: Richard B Schull
Dr Rubicoff: Conrad Bain
Miss Kaler: Margaret Hamilton
Mrs Hathaway: Judity Lowry

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