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The Sunday Film: The Sicilian Clan

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starring Jean Gabin , Alain Delon and Lino Ventura
When Vittorio Manalese , a Sicilian gangster, springs Roger Sartet from jail so that he can take part in the heist of an entire jewellery exhibition, he also sets off a relentless manhunt. Sartet is a convicted killer and Inspector Le Goff is determined to recapture him.
Screenplay by HENRI VERNZUIL , JOSE GIOVANNI and PIERRE PELLEGRI from the novel by AUGUSTE LE BRETON
Produced by JACQUES E. STRAUSS
Directed by HENRI VERNEUIL . Films: p 23

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Gabin
Unknown: Alain Delon
Unknown: Vittorio Manalese
Unknown: Roger Sartet
Unknown: Henri Vernzuil
Unknown: Jose Giovanni
Unknown: Pierre Pellegri
Produced By: Jacques E. Strauss
Directed By: Henri Verneuil
Vittorio Manalese: Jean Gabin
Roger Sartet: Alain Delon
Insp Le Goff: Lino Ventura
Jeanne Manalese: Irina Demick
Tony Nicosia: Amedeo Nazzari
Jack: Sydney Chaplin
Maria Manalese: Elisa Cegani
Theresa: Karen Blanguernon
Sergio Manalese: Marc Porel
Aldo Manalese: Yves Lefebvre

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The Sunday Film: The Sicilian Clan

BBC One London, 3 February 1980 19.15






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