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[[Category:1974]][[Category:Films]][[Category:Action/Adventure]][[Category:Crime]][[Category:Michael Winner]][[Category:Charles Bronson]][[Category:USA]]
[[Category:1974]][[Category:Films]][[Category:Action/Adventure]][[Category:Crime]][[Category:Michael Winner]][[Category:Charles Bronson]][[Category:USA]][[Category:Paramount Pictures]]

Latest revision as of 00:30, 5 November 2020

Death Wish (1974, USA) is a Crime film directed by Michael Winner.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1974 | Color
  • Runtime: 93 min
  • Production Co: Dino De Laurentiis Company | Paramount Pictures
  • Distribution Co: Paramount Pictures (1974) (USA) (theatrical) | Tobis Filmkunst (1974) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Michael Winner
  • Written by Wendell Mayes
  • Starring: Charles Bronson, Hope Lange, Vincent Gardenia, Steven Keats, William Redfield, Stuart Margolin, Stephen Elliott, Kathleen Tolan, Jack Wallace, Fred J. Scollay, Chris Gampel, Robert Kya-Hill, Edward Grover, Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Logan, Gregory Rozakis, Floyd Levine, Helen Martin, Hank Garrett, Christopher Guest
  • Produced by Hal Landers, Bobby Roberts, Michael Winner, Dino De Laurentiis (uncredited)
  • Original Music by Herbie Hancock
  • Cinematography by Arthur J. Ornitz
  • Film Editing by Bernard Gribble

Also Known As

  • Ein Mann sieht rot (Germany) | El Justiciero de la ciudad (Spain) | Il Giustiziere della notte (Italy) | The Sidewalk Vigilante (USA) | Un justicier dans la ville (France)

Taglines

  • Vigilante, city style -- Judge, Jury, and Executioner | AN EXPLOSIVE STORY OF URBAN VIOLENCE AND REVENGE
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