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Le Mans


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The feature film starring Steve McQueen with Siegfried Rauch , Elga Andersen
Drama both on and off the track provides the excitement in this story of rivalry during the world's most famous racing car competition. Steve McQueen stars as Mike Delaney , leader of the Porsche team in the gruelling 24-hour race. His chief adversary, Stabler, is head of the rival Ferrari team.
Screenplay by HARRY KLEINER Produced hy JACK N. REDDISH
Directed by LEE H. KATZIN. Films: page 15 (First showing on British television)


Unknown: Steve McQueen
Unknown: Siegfried Rauch
Unknown: Steve McQueen
Leader: Mike Delaney
Unknown: Harry Kleiner
Unknown: Jack N. Reddish
Directed By: Lee H. Katzin.
Michael Delaney: Steve McQueen
Erich Stahler: Siegfried Rauch
Lisa Belgetti: Elga Andersen
David Townsend: Ronald Leigh-Hunt
Johann Ritter: Fred Haitiner
Claude Aurac: Luc Merenda
Larry Wilson: Christopher Waite
Anna Ritter: Louise Edlind
Lugo Abratte: Angelo Infanti
Paul Jacques Dion: Jean-Claude Bercq
Vito Scalise: Michele Scalera
Loretto Fuselli: Gino Cassani
Tommy Hopkins: Alfred Bell

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