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The Monday Film: The Don is Dead


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Anthony Quinn Frederic Forrest
When his father - a Mafia Godfather - dies, Frank Regabulto is taken under the wing of the ageing Don Angelo
Dimorra, and his father's territory is divided between
Don Angelo and the family of Jailed Don Bernardo. But the rival family's consigliori, Luigi Orlando,
Plans a complete takeover.... Anthony Quinn stars as Don Angelo in this chilling
Portrayal of the violent world of organised crime.
Screenplay by MARVIN H. ALBERT based on his own novel
Produced by HAL B. WALLIS
Directed by RICHARD FLEISCHER 0 FILMS: page 21


Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Frederic Forrest
Unknown: Frank Regabulto
Unknown: Don Angelo
Unknown: Don Angelo
Unknown: Don Bernardo.
Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Don Angelo
Unknown: Marvin H. Albert
Produced By: Hal B. Wallis
Directed By: Richard Fleischer
Don Angelo Dimorra: Anthony Quinn
Tony Fargo: Frederic Forrest
Frank Regabulto: Robert Forster
Vince Fargo: Al Lettieri
Ruby Dunne: Angel Tompkins
Luigi Orlando: Charles Cioffi
Marie: Jo Anne Meredith
Don Bernardo: J Duke Russo
Mitch: Louis Zorich
Johnny Tresca: Anthony Charnota
Nella: Ina Balin
Joe Lucci: Joe Santos

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The Monday Film: The Don is Dead

BBC One London, 22 July 1985 22.20

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